Fourteen student-athletes from the MICDS Class of 2022 signed symbolic letters of intent at the annual college signing day assembly this week. Parents, coaches, teammates, and friends cheered them on as they committed to continuing their athletic careers in college.
“What I love about MICDS is the opportunities our students have in the classroom, in the arts, and on the fields that allow them to pursue passions that open doors for future accomplishments,” said Josh Smith, Director of Athletics. “This group has spent thousands of hours practicing, working out, playing in field sessions, and even rehabbing injuries to get to this point. We are pleased to recognize them for their efforts.”
“Today is a testament to your outstanding achievements both in the classroom and in your chosen sport. I know every single one of you will be a wonderful representative of MICDS wherever you go,” added Matt Essman, Director of College Counseling.
Students signed their letters in unison and then donned their respective college hats provided by the MICDS Athletic Department.
Congratulations to our 2022 student-athletes!
Reagan Andrew ’22, Football, Butler University – Read about Reagan in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
PJ Behan ’22, Lacrosse, Brown University
Brecken Calcari ’22, Field Hockey, University of New Hampshire
Landon Gelven ’22, Lacrosse, St Joseph’s University
Bogdan Hamilton ’22, Fencing, Columbia University
Zaire Harrell ’22, Basketball, University of Missouri – Kansas City
Sophie Henriksen ’22, Swimming, University of Pennsylvania
Alex Johnson ’22, Lacrosse, Rhodes College
Anna Lochhead ’22, Field Hockey, Colgate University
Ryan Mauney ’22, Swimming, Middlebury College
Brandon Mitchell-Day ’22, Basketball, Dartmouth College
Lee Naber ’22, Swimming, Virginia Tech
Riley Noonan ’22, Cross Country/Track & Field, Occidental College
Kate Oliver ’22, Field Hockey, Harvard University