Menlo School announced 25 students who have made early official decisions to study and compete in their respective sports in college.
Cole Kastner (Virginia lacrosse), Charlotte Tomkinson (Duke cross country/ track and field), Page Wolfenden (Davidson lacrosse) and Ryan Young (Lafayette lacrosse) signed national letters of intent in November.
Several more student-athletes also plan to play their chosen sport at the collegiate level, and Menlo School will announce their decisions once admissions are complete.
Brandon Aprill (Carnegie Mellon tennis)
Samson Axe (Trinity College-Connecticut football & lacrosse)
Annie Bisconti (Harvard water polo)
Quentin Chisholm (Dartmouth soccer)
Max Chou (Chicago baseball)
Connor Enright (Brown water polo)
Santiago Garcia-Mendez (Carleton football)
Sophie Golub (Brown water polo)
Talia Grossman (USC soccer)
Julien Hernandez (Whitman baseball)
Noah Housenbold (Johns Hopkins water polo)
Gianna Inguagiato (Washington-St. Louis golf)
Cole Kastner (Virginia lacrosse)
Jack King (MIT water polo)
Finn Leschly (Harvard lacrosse)
Kiefer Lord (Carleton baseball)
Michelle Louie (Middlebury track)
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