Baylor Seniors Join Impressive Roster of College Athletes

National Signing Day for sports other than football and basketball took place on Wednesday, Nov. 13 with 15 Baylor seniors signing national letters of intent, three times more than any other area school. Three other seniors are firmly committed to sign similar letters in February to play football.

The Baylor student-athletes will be playing six different sports at 17 different colleges or universities. Baylor School athletic director Thad Lepcio anticipates another 10-15 student-athletes will sign scholarships in the spring.  

According to Lepcio, nearly 100 Baylor alumni are currently competing in a variety of sports at the college level. “I am proud for these student-athletes and their families and happy that they will be able to pursue their academic and athletic dreams,” said Lepcio. “Baylor continues to be a leader in the number of student-athletes who go on to play beyond high school, and that is a testament to how we prepare them to take the next step in their careers."

Pictured above are (front row, left to right) Seth Johnson, football, committed to Furman University; Demi di Matteo, golf, Furman University; Avery Wilson, swimming, Marshall University; Jewel Gordon, swimming, University of Cincinnati; Heidi Dierig, swimming; U.S. Air Force Academy; (second row, left to right) Daniel Unhuryan, swimming, Lehigh University; Macy Ann McKnight, softball, West Georgia University; Makayla Packer, softball, Auburn University; Will Tippett, swimming, Queens College; Alex Borisov, swimming, Northwestern University; Noah Althoff, swimming, Kenyon College; (back row, left to right) Preslee Yoder, golf, Shorter University; Gehrig Ebel, baseball, Virginia Tech University; Colin Ahearn, baseball, University of Tennessee; Noah Martin, football, committed to Samford University; Mekos Baker, football, committed to Berry College; and Zoe Ubamadu, volleyball, Brown University. Not pictured is Sophie Piskos, softball, University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

 

 

 


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