Brethren Christian Athletic Director Jon Bahnsen has announced that five Warriors senior athletes have made their college plans, including four signed to scholarships.

They include football player Ryan Randle (Pomona Pitzer), girls' volleyball players Kaitlyn Platt (Concordia) and Tori Calhoon (Anderson, S.C.), and boys' basketball players Austin Loeb (Domincan University) and Austin Wenger (Colorado Christian).

Pomona Pitzer is a Division III football program. Concordia is an NAIA Division I program and Anderson an NCAA Division II program for women's volleyball. Dominican, which has also signed Marina senior Brendan Holmes, is an NCAA Division II hoops program, as is Colorado Christian.

Randle was a first-team All-Academy League football performer both his junior and senior years at Brethren. He set Brethren Christian single-season rushing yards (1,495) and touchdowns scored (22) records as a senior.

Platt, a 6-foot middle blocker, was a first-team All-Academy League performer her junior year and a second-team selection her senior year. Calhoon, a 5-10 outside hitter, was a second team All-Academy League performer her junior year and a first-team All-Academy League performer her senior year.

Loeb, a 6-8 forward, was a first-team All-Academy League and second-team All-CIF performer his junior year, while earning Academy League Co-MVP and first-team All-CIF honors his senior year. Wenger, a 6-4 guard, was a first-team All-Academy League performer his sophomore and junior years while earning Academy League Co-MVP and first-team All-CIF honors his senior year.

He was a four-year varsity starter at Brethren and leaves as the second-leading all-time scorer in the program's history.

Loeb and Wenger helped Brethren win the league title this past year and reach the CIF quarterfinals.

Warrior basketball alumnus Jeff Jefferson (class of 2009) has also signed a letter of intent with Colorado Christian. Jefferson, a 6-1 guard, was a first-team All-Academy League performer his sophomore and junior years while earning Academy League MVP and first-team All-CIF honors his senior year.