Xavier Prep athletes commit to future teams

Twenty Xavier College Preparatory seniors signed collegiate letters of intent during the 2014-2015 school year, committing to play their respective sports at 18 colleges and universities throughout the United States.

  • Madeline Allen – William Jewell College – Swimming
  • Mallory Belknap – Georgetown University – Softball
  • Natalie Braun – Arizona State University – Sand Volleyball
  • Areta Buness – Stanford University – Lacrosse
  • Madison Clarke – Santa Clara University – Tennis
  • Kate Even – Dominican University of California – Volleyball
  • Kelly Harris – Boston University – Soccer
  • Aimee Hatfield – New Mexico State University – Swimming
  • Emily Jordan – Grinnell College – Softball
  • Madison Kerley – Arizona State University – Golf
  • Amanda Lane – Brown University – Soccer
  • Ariana Macioce – Georgia Southern University – Golf
  • Bette Poblete – University of Arkansas – Soccer
  • Rebecca Red Horse – Gannon University – Golf
  • Shelby Roberts – Bucknell University – Soccer
  • Kianna Roosevelt – Hawaii Pacific University – Acrobatics/Tumbling
  • Molly Scheel – Texas Christian University – Sand Volleyball
  • Samantha Sydenham – Boston University – Softball
  • Sydnay Tucker – Troy University – Soccer
  • Aida Zerabruk – Franklin & Marshall College – Soccer

“Xavier is exceptionally proud of these young women for their hard work and dedication to both academics and athletics,” stated Sister Lynn Winsor, BVM, the school’s Vice Principal and Athletic Director since 1977, in a press release.  “We wish them the very best of luck in college and in everything that they do.”

During Sister Lynn’s tenure, Xavier’s teams have won a total of 122 state championships, according to the release. This year, the school’s golf, badminton, tennis, sand volleyball, and spirit line teams all captured state titles.

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