Senior student-athletes commit to colleges across the country


A group of seniors take a picture after their signing day in April. Seniors also signed letters of intent on signing days in Novembe and February.

Golden Lines Staff

The Class of 2023 has a total of 22 student-athletes who will continue their academic and athletic careers in college. They signed their National Letter of Intent in front of family, friends, coaches, and teachers at one of three official signing days this school year: November 9, February 1, and April 19.

Congratulations to all of our Golden Lions!

Baseball Xavier Ness (Piedmont College), Will Waters (Berry College)

Basketball Spencer Elliott (Tulane University), Blake Wilson (Hampden-Sydney College)

Beach Volleyball Liv Diaz (Mercer University)

Cross Country & Track Hannah Schemmel (Florida State University), Grace Von Biberstein (Georgia Tech)

Diving Julia Herring (University of Alabama)

Football Shug Bentley (Stetson University), Jack Galvez (University of Mount Union), Jack Tchienchou (Troy University)

Lacrosse Molly Drinan (Saint Mary’s College), Kathryn Kalinowski (Saint Mary’s College), Kathleen O’Shea (Coast Guard Academy), Ryan Renno (Mercer University)

Soccer Annie Connors (Berry College), Carter Dixon (Georgia State University), Tomas Morales (Mercer University), Julian Moran (Georgia State University)

Swimming Emily Hedges (Gannon University), Ethan Hudock (Saint Louis University), Ameila Maloof (Washington and Lee University)