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21 Sabres Sign NLIs on National Signing Day

21 Sabres Sign NLIs on National Signing Day
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On Wednesday, Nov. 9, 21 Shattuck- St. Mary’s student-athletes made their commitment to play their respective sports at the next level as they signed their NCAA National Letters of Intent to play at Division I or II institutions.

In a special ceremony taking place in Newhall Auditorium, members of the senior class signed their name on the dotted line as coaches, teammates, parents, and friends looked on.

“What a great day for Shattuck-St. Mary’s,” stated SSM athletic director, Michele Cornish. “These athletes have done all the work, stayed focused, sacrificed much, and have now reached their goal of joining a collegiate team. We are so proud of you and send congratulations to all.”

The Sabre athletes committed to 19 different institutions recognized in the NLI Signing Day program, with the 9th being the first day student-athletes can officially commit in writing to their 2023 schools through signing an NLI.

Those who signed NLIs included:

Boys Hockey

Drew Mackie (University of Notre Dame)

Zach Nehring (Western Michigan University)


Girls Hockey

Brigitte McGuire (University of Connecticut)

Allie Lalonde (Northeastern University)

Delaney Fleming (Ohio State)

Hina Shimomukai (University of Vermont)

Dylan Berman (Providence College)

Jackson Kinsler (Boston University)

Chase Rutty (Sacred Heart University)

Jenna Sharland (Franklin Pierce University)

Monja Wagner (Union College)

Maria Pape (Harvard University)

Gabby Kim (Princeton University)


Boys Soccer

Ernesto Perez (Wake Forest University)

Tyler Schommer (University of Denver)

Reyes Parra (American University)

Matt Van Horn (Georgetown University)

Paul Kliewer (Colorado School of Mines)

Jack Ross (University of Notre Dame)

Izaiah Coleman (DePaul University)


Girls Lacrosse

Chloe Bednar (Harvard University)

  • Boys Hockey
  • Boys Soccer
  • Girls Hockey
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