Keegan Roberson has announced his commitment to Campbell University. The Lyons Township high schooler stated via Instagram, “First, I want to thank my Family, Coaches, and Friends for getting me to this point in my career. I’m very excited to see what I can accomplish with this great team. With that being said I will be continuing my athletic and academic career at Campbell University!”.
During his high school career, Robertson managed to placed second at the 2021 IWCOA boys open state championship at the 138 pound weight class. Along with this accomplishment, Robertson also managed to place 8th place at the 2020 IHSA state championship. According to track wrestling, Robertson has a 20-9 record with 9 pins and 3 techs.
When asked the questions on why did he choose to commit to Campbell he replied, “My deciding factor in my commitment was that I liked where the team is heading in the next couple years. I’ll have great practice partners, but the main thing was the connection I felt with the coaches. They reached out to me all the time just asking how I was doing which made me gain trust towards them.”
When asked for what he was looking forward to in colligative wrestling he responded, “I’m looking forward to wrestling at the Division 1 level. I want to see what I can do.” After this question it followed with what will be the most challenging thing for him in colligative wrestling, he followed, ” The most challenging aspect of college wrestling will be the competition. College wrestling is much different than High School so it’s gonna be interesting to see what happens.”
The future Campbell wrestler will now be facing some more competitive wrestlers along with having a more rigorous training as he continues his wrestling career.