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In a traditional rite of late autumn, standout high school athletes across the state gathered with family, classmates and school officials for the annual “signing day” ceremonies at their schools. 

Congratulations to the many fine athletes who signed National Letters of Intent to Division 1 or D2 schools. Football recruits will sign next month. D3 athletes who are not part of the student-athlete scholarship program do not participate in National Signing Day.

 

Ursuline Academy
Corinne Furey – Volleyball, Harvard
Mia Gifford – Lacrosse, Millersville 
Cassidy Markel – Volleyball, Florida Southern College
Maxine String – Lacrosse, Jacksonville University

Salesianum School
Drew Blackwell – Soccer, University of New Hampshire
Joey Dickson – Swimming, LaSalle University
Lance Hinton – Baseball, Wilmington University
Colin Kennedy – Lacrosse, University of Utah
Cameron Marion – Lacrosse, US Naval Academy (not present for NLI day)
Mike McGarry – Lacrosse, Limestone College
Jared Miller – Baseball, University of the Sciences
Joe Sheets – Baseball, Columbia University

 

 Tower Hill School
Jennifer Cleary – Golf, University of Virginia
Grace Diehl – Crew, University of Delaware
Emma Peddrick – Soccer, Davidson College

Wilmington Friends School
Nick Redd – Lacrosse, University of Maryland
Eddie Micheletti – Baseball, George Washington University
Oryem Kilama  – Soccer, Virginia Tech
Wyatt Nelson – Baseball, University of Missouri

Charter School of Wilmington
Ashley Steiner – Softball, La Salle

Archmere Academy
Phoebe Brinker – golf, Duke University
Abby Kates – Track and Field, Bucknell University
Jack Nielsen – baseball, East Stroudsburg University
Andrew Rosenbaum – soccer, University of South Carolina

Sanford School
Zoe Collins – Gymnastics, Baylor University
Allie Kubek – Basketball, Towson University
Bella Warner – Swimming, UMBC

Tatnall School
Alisia Lovejoy – Field Hockey, University of Mount Olive (picture not available)

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