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Three additional seniors commit to college athletic programs

Three student athletes participated in an additional celebratory Signing Day on Thursday, May 6 in anticipation of their intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. This makes a total of 12 student athletes from the Class of 2021 to commit to college-level sports.

Lauren Cox will run cross country and track and field at Chatham University, Brady Horgan will swim at Ohio Northern University, and Carson Seemann will play basketball at Augusta University.

Read more about these athletes in Olivia Rohling’s '21 McNicholas Milestone article, “Three seniors commit to college athletic programs.”

 

 

Three additional McNicholas athletes commit to college sports.


 

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