Hockaday Seniors Sign to Play Chosen Sports in College

On Thursday, November 21, eight seniors signed their National Letters of Intent/Commitment Letters to play their chosen sports in college this fall. For decades, Hockaday’s athletes have found their passion for a particular sport through our Athletics Program, and they have practiced and trained diligently to become some of the top competitors nationwide in a specific sport.
The seniors who signed their commitments include: Noelle Diamond, Stanford University for Rowing; Alexandra Hart, Southern Methodist University for Rowing; Evan Johnston, Syracuse University for Lacrosse; Alyssa Manganello, Southern Methodist University for Rowing; Leilah Smith, Stanford University for Volleyball; Madison Stringfield, Rhodes College for Softball; Abby Tchoukaleff, Providence College for Swimming; and Margaret Woodberry, Brown University for Lacrosse.
As part of the student experience, Athletics is one of the core disciplines in which every student participates. Hockaday’s athletes are discovering their true talents, more students are committing to play sports during college, and the School is tremendously proud of their achievements and commitment to Athletics over the years. As more seniors finalize their commitments to play their chosen sports at the collegiate level throughout the year, Hockaday will hold its formal signing celebration to honor all seniors on February 20, 2020.
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