Senior athletes sign to play in college

The Class of 2019 will join college athletic programs across the country

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Senior athletes sign to play in college

Senior student-athletes signed their letters of intent on national signing day, February 6

Senior student-athletes signed their letters of intent on national signing day, February 6

Senior student-athletes signed their letters of intent on national signing day, February 6

Senior student-athletes signed their letters of intent on national signing day, February 6

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National signing day on Wednesday, February 6 was an exciting day for thousands of student-athletes across the country, including several here at St. Pius X. After school in the Young Center Auditorium, 11 seniors signed their national letters of intent in front of friends, families, teachers, and administrators. An additional group of Golden Lion student-athletes also signed to play in college earlier this school year. Congratulations!

 

Michael Benefield (football) – Butler University

Eve Beyer (soccer) – University of Alabama at Birmingham

Abby Cohen (swimming) – Georgia Tech

Emma Drash (basketball) – Georgia State University

Tanner Duffin (track and field) – University of Michigan

Nico Fontova (cross country) – University of Georgia

Ian Grum (swimming) – University of Georgia

Matthew Harris (track and field) – University of North Carolina

Loren House (soccer) – University of Hawaii

Stephen Kinsel (golf) – University of North Georgia

Anna Porter (volleyball) – William & Mary

Zach Ranson (football) – Wake Forest University

Blake Reynolds (swimming) – Monmouth University

Chandler Simpson (baseball) – University of Alabama at Birmingham

Sarah Kate Thompson (volleyball) – Flagler College

Maggie Yankovich (cross country) – University of Georgia