NE Ohio student-athletes make college commitments official

High school senior student-athletes from across the country – including numerous Northeast Ohioans – will be signing binding national letters of intent, officially accepting athletic scholarships offered to them by a college or university, throughout the next week.

Today through November 18 marks the early signing period for the NCAA sports of baseball, basketball, bowling, gymnastics, golf, hockey, lacrosse, rowing, softball, swimming and diving, track and field, tennis, volleyball and wrestling.

Below is a list of area student-athletes who are expected to sign a letter of intent during the early signing period and the school which they’re expected to commit to attending in fall 2017. Division III non-scholarship signees are also included.

The list of expected signings has been complied by submissions provided by area schools and will be updated as warranted.

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Akron Ellet

A.J. Gareri – Basketball – Ohio University

Akron Manchester

Amherst Steele

Brian D’Andrea – Baseball – Lake Erie College

Chad Jones – Baseball – Walsh University

Sydney Roule – Basketball – Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

Xavier Moore –Baseball – Ohio State University

Avon

Ben Brooks – Swimming – Eastern Michigan University

Shay Davidson – Basketball – Notre Dame College

Bay

Beliot West Branch

Benedictine

Berea-Midpark

Maggie Nedoma – Volleyball – Southern Illinois University

Brooklyn

Carrollton

Chagrin Falls

Ali Mazzola – Lacrosse – University of Cincinnati

Connor Orzen – Lacrosse – St. Joseph University

Crestwood

Emma Dockery – Bowling – Youngstown State University

Doylestown Chippewa

Taylor Richards – Basketball – Valparaiso University

Elyria

Elyria Catholic

Andrew Abrahamowicz – Baseball – University of Nebraska

Tony LoParo – Baseball – Baldwin Wallace University

Brandon Netzel – Golf – Tiffin University

Garrettsville Garfield

Gilmour Academy

Claudia Althans – Tennis – Villanova University

Emily Kelley – Basketball – Winthrop University

Hartville Lake Center Christian

Hathaway Brown

Dani Lawson – Basketball – Purdue University

Hawken

Caroline Tatsuoka – Lacrosse – Northwestern University

David Bates – Swimming – Cleveland State University

Matthew Rakovec – Swimming – Bucknell University

Crile Hart – Swimming – Kenyon College

Keystone

Lauren Shaw – Softball – University of Iowa

Sammie Stefan – Softball – University of Maryland

Madi Cendrosky – Softball – Cleveland State University

Paige Hartley – Softball – Cleveland State University

McKenah Peters – Basketball – Youngstown State University

Lakewood

Gabby Wine – Volleyball – Ursuline College

Amelia Richardson – Volleyball – Ohio Wesleyan University

Kelley Reis – Swimming – University of Cincinnati

Elizabeth Pearlman – Swimming – Youngstown State University

Laurel School

Alex Cade – Basketball – Yale University

Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas

Kacee Soehnlen – Cross Country and Track – Ohio State University

Kalee Soehnlen – Cross Country and Track – Ohio State University

Magnificat

Alana Cartwright – Swimming – Cleveland State University

Madison Gardner –Golf – Gannon University

Maple Heights

A-riana Gray – Basketball – Xavier University

Massillon Jackson

Massillon Perry

Medina

Nordonia

North Canton Hoover

Kaitlyn Yun – Softball – Ohio University

Maddie Blyer – Basketball – Ashland University

Nathan Fox – Baseball – Ashland University

Annie Lochridge – Swimming – University of Akron

Emmett Caskey – Golf – Gannon University

Matt Peare – Track and Field – University of Kentucky

North Olmsted

Juliana Kemp – Basketball – Notre Dame College

North Royalton

Aubry Ohlson – Volleyball – Clarion University

David Steward – Baseball – Bowling Green State University

Nick Farrell – Baseball – Notre Dame College

Lexi Chuppa – Track – Ashland University

Gabby White – Basketball – United States Military Academy

Ryan O’Malley – Baseball – Findlay University

Norton

Tim Murray – Baseball – Walsh University

Olmsted Falls

Collin Romel – Baseball – Kent State University

Kacie Burton – Volleyball – University of Pennsylvania

Alexa Gomez – Soccer – University of Illinois-Chicago

Orrville

McKinley Smith – Volleyball – Ashland University

Padua Franciscan

Courtney Morris – Volleyball – University of Conneticut

Cierah Jackson – Volleyball – Edinboro University

Victoria Oliver – Volleyball – Providence College

Painesville Riverside

Hannah Brentar – Volleyball – Clarion University

Parma Senior

Perry

Rocky River

St. Ignatius

St. Joseph Academy

St. Vincent-St. Mary

Anna Santucci – Basketball – Tiffin University

Brandon Bischof – Baseball – University of South Carolina Upstate

Jayvon Graves – Basketball – University at Buffalo

Jonathan Williams – Basketball – Robert Morris University

Shaker Heights

Meagan Mitchell – Field Hockey – American University

Haley Brady – Lacrosse – University of Cincinnati

Will Talbott-Shere – Lacrosse – SUNY Binghampton

Natalia Gardner  – Lacrosse – Notre Dame College

Max Gustafson  – Swimming – West Virginia University

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Solon

Strongsville

Tuscarawas Central Catholic

Sydney Gilland – Volleyball – Tiffin University

Uniontown Green

University School

Tommy Nook – Lacrosse – Boston University

Walsh Jesuit

Brendan Regan – Baseball – Michigan State University

Jace Burke – Baseball – University of Evansville

Zak Supelak – Golf – Cleveland State University

Shelby Lewis Golf – Florida Southern University

Megan Peepers – Diving – University of Toledo

Olivia Siko – Soccer – University of Toledo

Libby Smith – Baseball – Cleveland State University

Sarah Lucas – Lacrosse – University of Detroit Mercy

Westlake

Matt Akers – Diving – Cleveland State University

Jules Blakely – Golf – Cleveland State University

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