Marylanders who plan to sign college letters of intent

Early signing opened Wednesday

November 13, 2009

The following student-athletes plan to sign national letters of intent this week to accept college athletic scholarships. The early signing period, which opened Wednesday and runs through Nov. 18, includes basketball, lacrosse, baseball, softball, swimming, volleyball and wrestling, among other sports. Some sports, such as football, soccer, field hockey, and track and field, have a later signing period. To report additional signings for our online recruiting database, please e-mail us at

AthleteHigh schoolCollege Dominic FratantuonoCardinal GibbonsTowsonShane HollmanFallstonLa SalleRyan WellingCalvert HallLa SalleRyan SwearingenCalvert HallLa SalleJeff TrimmerCalvert HallFordham
Boys lacrosse
Mike AntinozziFallston BinghamtonRustin BryantHerefordMarylandEmmett CahillLoyolaMarylandConor CaseyMount St. JosephMassachusettsPhilip CastronovaCalvert HallJohns HopkinsMatt DusekHerefordDrexelGreg DuttonCalvert Hall Ohio StateGreg EdmondsCentennialJohns HopkinsRobby IsennockHerefordTowson Brian KellyCalvert HallRutgersFrankie KellyCalvert HallNorth CarolinaTony RossiCalvert HallMaryland
Girls golf
Kaitlyn RohrbackSpaldingTennessee
Girls gymnastics
Stephanie OuelletteLong ReachNorth Carolina State
Girls lacrosse
Ali BrandenburgAnnapolisVillanovaJody CumberpatchAnnapolisGeorgetownMolly FordSt. Paul'sBucknellBeth GlarosWilde LakeMarylandChelsea LanzoniAnnapolisVanderbiltShelby LylesPallottiMount St. Mary'sBrittany McMullanReservoirHigh PointEmily MelansonSouth RiverShepherdKelsy MugeleSt. Paul'sHigh PointMorgan TolandSt. Paul's Virginia Tech
Kelly TrimblePallottiMaryland
Tiffany WhiteDigital HarborNorth Carolina A&T

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