Area signings

November 14, 2007

Below is a list of area high school seniors who plan to sign national letters of intent to accept athletic scholarships from NCAA Division I or Division II programs during the early signing period for basketball, lacrosse, baseball and some other sports. The early signing period begins today and lasts through next Wednesday. Sports such as football, track and soccer have a later signing period.

Baseball

Name High school College Sander Beck Severn Maryland Paul DeVito Arch. Spalding Radford Alex Frederick Dulaney UNC-Greensboro Josh Futter Wilde Lake James Madison Tyler Hibbs Arundel Florida State Ray Kemp Mt. St. Joseph St. Joseph's

Boys basketball

Brad Bald* Severna Park UNC-Wilmington Larry Bastfield Towson Cath. Toledo Troy Franklin Mt. Carmel Towson Jakub Kusmieruk John Carroll Central Florida Sean Mosley St. Frances Maryland Henry Sims Mt. St. Joseph Georgetown Josh Wiegand John Carroll Loyola

Girls basketball

Becky Cox McDonogh George Mason Kandice Green St. Frances Seton Hall Destiny Jacobs McDonogh Stony Brook Ayana Lee Seton Keough Drexel Brittany Lilley Severna Park St. Francis (Pa.) Miriam McKenzie Oakland Mills Loyola Danielle Parker Dulaney Delaware Ayana Randolph Arundel Furman

Crew

Jenna Turco St. Paul's Clemson

Boys lacrosse

Matt Bell St. Mary's Villanova Joe Bonanni St. Mary's Ohio State J.P. Dalton St. Mary's Loyola Jeff Fradkin St. Paul's Rutgers Andrew Gvozden Severna Park Hofstra Matt Lamon St. Mary's Towson Scott Matthews St. Paul's Johns Hopkins Charlie McComas Boys' Latin North Carolina Justin Radebaugh Boys' Latin UMBC Taylor Rosseau St. Mary's Marist Andrew Sellers Arch. Curley Mercyhurst Eric Smith Boys' Latin Ohio State Tom Thibeault Boys' Latin Bucknell Aaron Verardi Boys' Latin UMBC Kacey Woods McDonogh Towson

Girls lacrosse

Casey Ancarrow John Carroll James Madison Bina Barrett Severn Oregon Kristina Beese St. Paul's George Washington Kristy Black Glenelg Maryland Anna Boeri NDP Stanford Emilie Boeri NDP Stanford Kara Bowman St. Mary's George Mason Dana Cahill Mercy Penn State Allyson Carey John Carroll Vanderbilt Catherine Carr St. Mary's Vanderbilt Shannon Casey John Carroll Queens (N.C.) Caroline Cochran St. Mary's Virginia Cailin Colegrove Dulaney Duquesne Catherine Crowe Severn Holy Cross Monica D'Ambrogio Severn Johns Hopkins Danielle Estill St. Mary's Delaware Jen Fox St. Mary's Johns Hopkins Danielle Freiji NPD Villanova Grace Gaeng John Carroll Maryland Maria Gioia Mount Hebron Duquesne Lauren Giraldi Glenelg Vermont Liz Hamilton Roland Park Maryland Mackenzie Hanley NDP Virginia Tech Cathy Hebert Roland Park Cincinnati Ana Heneberry Dulaney Loyola Kelsey Hughes Severn Denver Karri Ellen Johnson Broadneck Maryland Blair King Dulaney Delaware Courtney Kirk Roland Park Vanderbilt Alicia Krause Mount Hebron Duquesne Jackie LaMonica Hereford Towson Taylor Lange Hereford Vanderbilt Alayna Markwordt Glenelg Ohio State Caitlin McHugh Mercy James Madison Jenny Michael Centennial William and Mary Brigid Milchling NDP Limestone Alex Napoli River Hill James Madison Carly Napora McDonogh Georgetown Jessica Nonn Catonsville Virginia Tech Joy Oberlin Dulaney George Mason Chelsea O'Neill Severn American Josie Owen Severn Virginia Kira Paterakis McDonogh North Carolina Jennifer Peters Winters Mill St. Joseph's Annie Politsch McDonogh Boston U Tori Pyzik John Carroll Oregon Katherine Russo Winters Mill Cincinnati Meghan Ryan NDP Louisville Megan Schrum St. Mary's Johns Hopkins Rachel Serio McDonogh Johns Hopkins Becca Steinberg Severn Denver Stephanie Steinweg Broadneck William and Mary Mary Teeters Centennial Towson Gracie Wills St. Paul's Delaware Natalie Wills St. Mary's Vanderbilt Monica Zabel Mount Hebron James Madison Laura Zinkand NDP Cincinnati

Volleyball

Jordan Haskins Marriotts Ridge St. John's

Swimming

Courtney Kalisz Fallston Southern California Erin O'Donnell Roland Park Georgia Tech*-Played three years at Archbishop Spalding and will play this winter at Severna Park.

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