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24 MIHS Student Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

24 MIHS Student Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent
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Group photo MIHS student athletes who signed National Letters of Intent

Mercer Island, WA, June 4, 2024 – This afternoon 24 Mercer Island High School seniors signed National Letters of Intent to play collegiate and university sports next year in a ceremony in the high school Commons.

"Congratulations to all our talented athletes who are signing to compete in intercollegiate athletics,” said MIHS Athletic Director Lindsey Blaine. “Your dedication, hard work, and passion have brought you to this exciting moment. We are incredibly proud of your achievements and cannot wait to see you shine at the next level. Best of luck on this new chapter of your athletic journey!"

The 24 student athletes are attending 23 different colleges or universities next year. The combined GPA of the female athletes is 3.81 and the combined GPA of the male athletes is 3.64.

MIHS student athletes going on to play at the next level represent 13 different sports. Four members of the boys lacrosse state champion team and five lacrosse players overall, four swimmers, and four soccer players are signing letters of intent. Three volleyball players will be competing in their sport at the collegiate level. Two track and field athletes, two tennis players, and two football players singed national letters of intent today.

Parents, coaches, and friend of the student athletes attended the signing ceremony.

Boys Tennis
Connor Leung – Emerson College
Sam Dilworth – Colorado College

Girls Golf
Lucia Morelli – University of Wyoming

Girls Swimming
Piper Enge – University of Texas
Ella Grogan – Carleton College
Vivian Woare – Grinnell College

Boys Swimming
Jack Sieckhaus – Washington University

Griffin King – Claremont
Cole Krawiec – Pitzer College

Logan Remington – Simon Fraser University
Giovee Roque - Russell Sage College
Melena Wong – Dominican University of California

Boys Lacrosse
Jack Levitt – Kenyon
Henry Dumler – Connecticut College
Peyton Jordan – Middlebury
Joe McCormack – Colby College

Girls Lacrosse
Erica Kierstead – Trinity College

Girls Basketball
Caitlin Monahan – University of Portland

Boys Soccer
Nick Chou – Carleton
Riley Cotton – Gonzaga
Woody Brown – UC San Diego

Girls Soccer
Ella Martin – University of Idaho

Track and Field
Sophia Fan – Macalester College
Quinn Shavey – Biola University

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