Several Greenwich student athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to play collegiate sports next year. The letter signings took place last week at each of the student's schools.
Rye Country Day School senior and Greenwich resident Raishaun McGhee signed a letter of intent to play football at Harvard on Feb. 6.
McGhee is one of several Greenwich student athletes who signed letters of intent to play at top schools around the country.
Convent of the Sacred Heart senior Jenna Hascher signed on to play Division I soccer for Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. She is co-captain of the varsity soccer team and a four-year starter for Sacred Heart. She was named to the 2012 Connecticut All-State Soccer Team by the Connecticut Girls Soccer Coaches Association and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America
From Greenwich High School, 10 students signed letters last week. They include:
- Emily Brash – Field Hockey – Colgate University
- Jennifer DeLuca – Tennis – Providence University
- Danny Guise – Golf – Wake Forest University
- Emily Johnson – Girls Lacrosse – University of Denver
- Ryan Marks – Baseball – Columbia University
- Alex Moeser – Boys Lacrosse – Hofstra University
- Taylor Olmstead – Baseball – UCONN
- Emma Schauder – Equestrian – University of Georgia
- Jacqueline Shilen – Equestrian – Auburn University
- Pieter Zenner – Boys Soccer – Harvard University
Greens Farms Academy basketball standout Sean Obi of Greenwich signed a letter to attend Rice University in Houston.
Brunswick School's Todd Stafford, a 6-foot-6, 245-pound quarterback, son of Rick and Lindsay Stafford of Riverside, signed with the University of Massachusetts Minutemen.
Check out MSG Varsity's video of McGhee on the morning of the signing and article here.
Congratulations to all of the other local athletes who signed letters of intent last week.
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