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NAME: Matt Sichterman
SCHOOL: Kings High School
SPORT(S): Football-Basketball
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Scholarship to U. of Nebraska
BIRTHDATE: 2/26/99
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6'5"-280 lbs.
RESIDENCE: South Lebanon
PARENTS: Mark & Judy
FUTURE GOAL: Make all-Big 10, NFL

A three-year varsity starter on Kings' offensive line, Matt Sichterman was one of the most sought after football recruits in the Cincinnati-area and has committed to play collegiately at the University of Nebraska. He has helped Kings to a 7-2 record so far this season, 5-1 in the league.

Last season as a junior, Matt helped the Knights to a 9-1 over all record (6-1 in the conference) and an ECC co-championship.

He had 80 total knockdowns last season and earned numerous honors, including being named 1st team all-ECC, 1st team all-city Div. II (Enquirer) and 2nd team all-SWO District.

Matt also played basketball for the Knights, averaging 9 points-4 rebounds a game for the ECC champs and was named 1st team all-conference.

Matt is a Sichterman triplet, with brother Dan being an all-league defensive end and sister Megan being an all-league swimmer for the Knights. The family's athletic roots run deep. Father Mark played center on the Drake University football team while mother Judy was a swimmer at Clemson.

A great student active in community service, Matt's favorite athlete is LeBron James.

COACH'S QUOTE – "Matt is a very unique and special student-athlete. He has the physical frame, on the field instincts, and athletic ability of a BCS caliber player. And he has the academic tools to be a Merit Scholar."
— Andy Olds, Football Coach

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