Friday, October 30, 2020

Record Number of Dragon Student-Athletes Sign National Letters

Carroll Senior High School and the Carroll Athletic Department hosted an event on Wednesday morning to recognize an outstanding group of student-athletes who signed their National Letter of Intent to study and play at the collegiate level after graduation.

This year’s fall signing day saw a record number of athletes signing their letter. In total, twenty-six athletes from sports ranging from baseball to beach volleyball signed to play college athletics.

Carroll Senior High Principal, Shaun Duhon is very proud of these high achieving students.

“This was a great celebration of some of our outstanding Caroll student-athletes.  We are excited to watch these kids continue to chase their dreams at the next level.”

Congratulations to these outstanding students athletes, their families, and their coaches.

The signees included…

Adam Stephenson – Wichita State University – Baseball
Will Quillen – Grayson College – Baseball
Cade Bell – Grayson College – Baseball
Jake Miller – East Texas Baptist University – Baseball
Charlie Kiefer – Fort Scott – Baseball
Marcus Hill – Eastern Kentucky University – Baseball
Nicco Cole – Howard College – Baseball
Cole Johnson – Weatherford College – Baseball
Sabrina Monaco – Stephen F. Austin St. Univ. – Volleyball
Abigail Zeitsiff – Saint Leo University – Basketball
Caitlin Marie Mertz – Oklahoma Baptist University – Cross Country/Track & Field
Cate Tracht – Ole Miss University – Cross Country/Track & Field
Taylor Legan – Univ. of Central Arkansas – Track & Field
Malak Bouraeda – University of Colorado – Golf
Will Fore – McLennan College – Golf
Jack LeVant – Stanford University – Swimming
Logan Davis – Air Force Academy – Swimming
Alex Zettle – University of Texas – Swimming
Abigail Stuart – Columbia University – Softball
Avery Zeigler – Angelo State University – Softball
Kate Privett – Florida State University – Beach Volleyball
Abby Carroll – University of South Carolina – Beach Volleyball
Asjia O’Neal – University of Texas – Volleyball
Chloe Monroe – Marist College – Lacrosse
Preston Deno – Univ. of Alabama-Huntsville – Lacrosse
Campbell Brown – Rhodes College – Soccer