Find Out How Many Westfield High School Students Have Letters of Intent

19 Westfield High School seniors signed their letters of intent with colleges and universities,on April 11, bringing the total number of student athletes who will play sports to 44. The letters of intent signify recognition of the student-athletes’ accomplishments both academically and athletically.

Participating in the National Letter of Intent signing ceremony on Wednesday, April 11 were:

Steven Barden, Montclair State University, Football
Jordan Barham, Montclair State University, Football
Olivia Carnevale, Dickinson College, Girls Tennis
Paige Dumont, University of Rochester, Girls Lacrosse
McKenna Edmondson, Washington & Lee University, Girls Lacrosse
Molly Jackson, Mount Saint Mary’s University, Rugby
Jake Lerie, The College of New Jersey, Baseball
Matthew Manning, Montclair State University, Baseball
Mia Melao, Fairfield University, Girls Track & Field
Mark Natiello, Washington & Lee University, Boys Basketball
Stuart Pollock, Connecticut College, Boys Track & Field
Damien Ruparel, Amherst College, Boys Tennis
Daniel Russo, Ramapo College, Baseball
Joseph San Giacomo, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Boys Track & Field
Luke Spellman, Dickinson College, Boys Basketball
Caroline Stockwell, University of Rochester, Girls Track & Field
Christopher Wagner, University of Scranton, Baseball
Steven Warren, Washington & Lee University, Boys Swimming
Megan Webber, Muhlenberg College, Field Hockey

“Westfield High School students continually attract college recruiters from around the country,” says Sandra Mamary, Supervisor of Athletics. “Approximately 22% of our senior student-athletes this year will participate collegiately, representing 19 different sports.”


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