Masked and in a pandemic-safe way, 11 Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) student-athletes made their college choices official by signing Letters of Intent committing to continue their academic and athletic careers in the upcoming school year.
In what has become tradition, the athletes and their families donned their new college colors and celebrated their choices.
While signings have been conducted in the school’s Media Center in years past, student-athletes, their families and coaches gathered outside of RFH’s main entrance on Wednesday to commemorate the event.
The students and their choices …
Andrew Schmid will continue his baseball career on the diamond locally when he attends Monmouth University. Basketball star Grace Munt will join the team at the College of Holy Cross in Massachusetts. Lilly Frick will take her soccer skills to upstate New York where she will join the Raiders of Colgate University.
Lauren Andersen and Alison Williams will join the crew teams at Rutgers University and Villanova University, respectively.
Three field hockey players will look to make their marks across the tri-state area: Sarah MacGillis will play for Georgetown University; Meadow Maguire will join the team at Cornell University; and Helena Stoever will become a Pioneer at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut.
Lacrosse players Chase Boyle, Mia James and Ava Poupard have committed to Loyola University in Maryland, Princeton University and University at Albany), respectively.
These athletes will join countless others from RFH that have and are currently making a name for themselves in the NCAA.
Student-athletes on National Signing Day.