Nine student athletes – the most early signers in Heritage history – signed binding Letters of Intent to their colleges today. This morning’s event foreshadows National Signing Day, which is typically the first Wednesday of February.
Beginning at 9:00 a.m., the students, accompanied by friends, coaches and/or family members, gathered in the athletic building. Armed with a black and gold pen reserved exclusively for athletes committing to colleges, they each took turns signing their documents in athletic director Mrs. Karen Stearns’ office.
Below is a list of the early committers and their schools:
Catharine Cooper (Swim) – San Diego State University
Nicholas Pacitti (Swim) – Loyola University Maryland
Alberto Martinez (Golf) – Florida State University
Marisa Soterakis (Softball) – University of South Carolina Upstate
Hannah Sipos (Softball) – University of Florida
Bailey Mantilla (Baseball) – University of Miami
Corey Acton (Baseball) – University of Florida
Julio Cortez (Baseball) – University of South Florida
Triston Casas (Baseball) – University of Miami