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Which athletes are signing at your school?


Replies to: Which athletes are signing at your school?

  • mayhewmayhew Registered User Posts: 643 Member
    2 female OW rowers: one to Brown, one to USC
  • pacheightpacheight Registered User Posts: 1,168 Senior Member
    Yay! Both great rowing schools! Both top 10 women's rowing schools I believe. Very cool! And both excellent academic schools!
  • jengajenga117jengajenga117 Registered User Posts: 593 Member
    It's a big public school in California. The tennis player is top 1 in Cali. The waterpolo player is Olympic level. The baseball player has potential but got a 35 on the act.
  • jengajenga117jengajenga117 Registered User Posts: 593 Member
    The tennis guy got offers from harvard, penn, Yale, columbia, cal, Cornell, and dartmouth.
  • JetsnynjJetsnynj Registered User Posts: 114 Junior Member
    We have quite a few signings.
    Girls lax- 2
    boys lax- 2 or 3 (not sure) (one was signed to a top 10 ranked team)
    boys swimming- 1
    girls track- 2 (1 to harvard)
    Girls swimming- 1
    girls soccer- 1
    football- 1
    softball- 2
    My school is a track and field powerhouse, so i'm pretty sure there are going to be more people signing.
  • thecolororangethecolororange Registered User Posts: 293 Junior Member
    We have a Cornell basketball, a Brown crew, a Brown Basketball, a Yale Field Hockey, 3 Harvard Lax and 2 Georgetown tennis
  • invader71invader71 Registered User Posts: 1,660 Senior Member
    Yale, amherst, upenn, duke , Stanford, georgetown, Emory, Williams, Notre dame, UVA and a bunch more haven't decided.
  • ihs76ihs76 Registered User Posts: 1,866 Senior Member
    We have one for track/XC to U of Utah :D
  • sandiego4866sandiego4866 Registered User Posts: 148 Junior Member
    The recruited athletes at my D's large southern california public HS set up a facebook page where recruited athletes from the current senior class posted their schools. The local sports museum also held a signing day event attending by area kids, their parents, and local news media. School did nothing. The Facebook page was wonderful to behold, about 40 boys/girls (class of 750) are playing sports in college, including many of the IVY's.
  • fogfogfogfog Registered User Posts: 4,056 Senior Member
    recent commits

    2 for baseball
    1 for mens basketball
    1 for womens cc/track
  • retrodreamer11retrodreamer11 Registered User Posts: 106 Junior Member
    when a student signs a national letter of intent, the put their picture in the local paper.
    recently, we've had a verbal to duke, and singings to bc, richmond, brown, johns hopkins, holy cross, temple, rutgers
  • MDMom1314MDMom1314 Registered User Posts: 669 Member
    Our HS had 22 signees this past LOI signing day.
    The school does an amazing job honoring the athletes and their accomplishments.
  • fogfogfogfog Registered User Posts: 4,056 Senior Member
    We recently had a few baseball and a couple of golf commitments.
    This time last year there were also several swimming commitments so I expect we will hear about them soon. There is a rumor that there are 2 rowing commitments (verbals) though neither has the LL from the school yet.
  • OldScarecrowOldScarecrow Registered User Posts: 112 Junior Member
    At Grandson's high school so far:

    2 to Brown (Football)
    1 to Amherst (Football)
    1 to Texas (Diving)
    1 to Columbia (H/W rowing)
    1 to Williams (X-country skiing)
  • GabyauletGabyaulet Registered User Posts: 208 Junior Member
    At my school a guy got offers from Harvard, Yale, UCLA, and Vanderbilt for football and track.
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