Kennedy Blahnik made it official a year after giving her verbal commitment, signing her National Letter of Intent with the University of Wisconsin on Wednesday in Algoma. We asked her why Wisconsin….[audio:https://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/kennedy1.mp3|titles=Kennedy Blahnik- Why Wisconsin?]Blahnik said that she will have a full ride with the Badgers, the first of its kind for the Women’s Track and Field team in Madison. One of the interesting stories from the ceremony was that Kennedy had to decide on whether to accept the Wisconsin offer by February 1, 2013- thus giving up the opportunity to go on official visits to other colleges. And while Blahnik will be a Badger soon enough, there’s plenty of unfinished business to tend to in Algoma. The Wolves are hoping to defend the girls basketball state title they won last March and Blahnik will also have the chance to win a fourth consecutive state title in both the shot put and discus events to close her high school career….[audio:https://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/kennedy2.mp3|titles=Kennedy Blahnik- what is your best event?]Blahnik said that she is undecided on a major, but that her dream job would be to work in a college Athletic Department.