Several athletes from around the Shore Conference made it official with their future colleges on Wednesday for the final signing period of the scholastic year by signing their binding National Letter of Intent. Anyone else with photos from Signing Day can tweet them to me @Scott_Stump or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brick's Chrissie Wojciechowski signed with Sacred Heart on a golf scholarship. She also became the first girls Ocean County Tournament champion from Brick in history this week. (Photo courtesy of Robert Wojciechowski) Ranney senior Kayla McCarthy signed with Texas Christian University on an equestrian scholarship. (Photo courtesy of Ranney) Fourteen athletes from St. John Vianney made their commitments official on Signing Day: Field hockey players Brittany Richards (Kean University) and Stephanie Noll (Fairleigh Dickinson); Softball players Jessica Carlucci (Misericordia); Erica Krumbine (Wagner); Victoria Mahoney (Dowling College) and Claire Stefanelli (NYU); Baseball player John Michael Broderick (Dominican College); Girls lacrosse player Madeline DeFelice (Fairleigh Dickinson); Football players Kyle Gibson (St. Francis, Pa.); Louis Iovine (Marist); Dan Calabro (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute); P.J. Braccia (The College of New Jersey) and Liam Casey (FDU-Florham); and wrestler Paul Piccione (Stevens Institute of Technology). (Photo courtesy of St. John Vianney)
Three Red Bank Catholic track athletes signed with Division I programs: Eryn Mills (Richmond); MaryKate McNamara (Michigan); Emily Rienzo (Virginia Tech). (Photo courtesy of Red Bank Catholic) The trio of golfer Chrissie Wojciechowski (Sacred Heart), wrestler Will Scott (Rutgers) and shortstop Carmen Sclafani (Rutgers) celebrated a proud day at Brick. (Photo courtesy of Will Scott) Brick standout wrestler Will Scott celebrated signing with Rutgers. (Photo courtesy of Will Scott)