Niskayuna, Albany Academy & Saratoga Student-Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

November 09, 2017 02:01 PM

Dozens of student-athletes from Niskayuna, Albany Academy and Saratoga Springs signed their national letters of intent during ceremonies Wednesday afternoon.

Albany Academy - Brett Young (Baseball at VCU), Ben Seiler (Baseball at Siena) Johnny Decker (Baseball at Stony Brook)

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Niskayuna - Arielle Behar (Rowing at Duquesne), Alexandra Greco (Soccer at LeMoyne), Joseph Hale (Track at Manhattan), Amelia Kokernak (Track at Virginia), Jack Lombardo (Triathlon at Alabama), Isabelle Lynch (Soccer at UCONN), Emily Meade (Rowing at Rutgers), Hannah Meade (Rowing at Rutgers), Olivia Owens (Basketball at Maryland), Tori Pantalone (Lacrosse at UAlbany), Colin Ross (Track at Davidson), Nick Rumsey (Golf at St. Rose), Kamren Thomas (Lacrosse at Belmont Abbey)

Saratoga Springs - Lewis Clarke (Baseball at Manhattan), Keellyn Cummings (Track & Field at Monmouth), Brian Hart (Baseball at Marist), Brad Hipsley (Baseball at Stony Brook), Haley Kondo (Gymnastics at Cornell), Isabella Mastrion (Tennis at Hartwick), Grace Purdy (Lacrosse at New Hampshire), Katherine Silver (Lacrosse at Brown), Emily Turner (Track & Field at Bucknell), Katherine Wendell (Lacrosse at Bucknell), Zachary Zwijacz (Swimming at Penn State, Ava Carollo (Rowing at Nova Southeastern), Madeline Dodd (Rowing at Louisville), Kathryn Grabowski (Rowing at Boston University), Stella Haley (Rowing at Duke), Zoe Hasbrouck (Rowing at Brown), Sydney Klotz (Rowing at Syracuse), Bradley Martin (Rowing at Virginia), Lorelei Meidenbauer (Rowing at Cornell), and Madalyn Rascoe (Rowing at Old Dominion)





Ashley Miller

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