Fall sports

Seven Sacred Heart Greenwich students signed National Letters of Intent to play collegiate sports at the Division I level

Contributed photo: Seven Sacred Heart Greenwich student-athletes have committed to play sports in college at the Division I level. Sacred Heart’s college-bound, Division I athletes include: front row from left to right, Kelly Haggerty, Karina Sethi, Corbin Callaway, Maggie Sullivan. Back row, left to right: Kate Nemec, Mackenzie Coleman, Ines Araujo.

Contributed report, courtesy of Sacred Heart Greenwich

Sacred Heart Greenwich held a National Letter of Intent ceremony on Wednesday evening to recognize seven senior student-athletes for committing to continue their athletic careers in college at the Division I level.

This signing marks a binding agreement between the student-athletes and their colleges and universities. The following students have made commitments to play collegiate sports at the Division I level.

Ines Araujo: Lafayette College, field hockey; Corbin Callaway: Bucknell University, lacrosse; Mackenzie Coleman: Elon University, lacrosse; Kelly Haggerty: Fairfield University, lacrosse; Kate Nemec: Stanford University, field hockey; Karina Sethi: University of Vermont, lacrosse and Maggie Sullivan, Colgate lacrosse.

In Wednesday evening’s NLI ceremony at Sacred Heart, Laurie Rousseau, Sacred Heart Greenwich’s athletic director, recognized these
students’ athletic prowess, academic acumen, and commitment to their sports.

“It’s incredible that we have seven Sacred Heart girls who have made commitments to play at the collegiate level,” Rousseau said. “I have been particularly impressed with their passions for Sacred Heart athletics and how well all of them represent Sacred Heart every time they take the field. We are a much stronger program as a result of their team-first commitment to Sacred Heart Athletics. We could not be more excited to see these athletes take their talents to the next level.”

Sacred Heart plans to celebrate these students, along with all student-athletes planning to play collegiate sports at a later date.

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