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College Signing Day Celebrates 21 Athletes

At a ceremony yesterday, 21 scholar-athletes from the Class of 2023 announced their plans to play sports at the college level. Students, their families, coaches, and faculty gathered in the Spangler Center for Athletics and Community to celebrate their accomplishments. Nationwide, a little over 6% of high school athletes (about one in 13) play a varsity sport in college, and less than 2% of high school athletes (one in 57) play at NCAA Division I schools. These 21 college-bound athletes comprise 18% of Potomac’s graduating class. Enjoy photos from the ceremony.

Michelle Ahn – Archery (Columbia University)
Marcus Burrell – Baseball (Williams College)
Kelly Crittenberger – Baseball (Northwestern University)
Carter Lawrence – Basketball (Franklin & Marshall College)
Tyler Lawrence – Basketball (Dickinson College)
Caelan McCormack – Basketball (St. Lawrence University)
Ella Adamec – Field Hockey    (Kenyon College)
Kylie McKinley – Field Hockey (Dartmouth College)
Elizabeth Rossotti – Field Hockey (Georgetown University)
Devin Dunn – Football (Missouri University of Science & Technology)
Marcel Gaskins – Football (United States Naval Academy)
David Hyde – Football (Williams College)
Drew Turner – Football (United States Naval Academy)
Patrick Wolff – Football (Pomona College)
Drew Ambrose – Lacrosse (Wesleyan University)
Sam Cristinzio  – Lacrosse (Swarthmore College)
Cate Dannahey – Lacrosse (Denison University)
Kate Motley – Lacrosse (Middlebury College)
Max Revis – Lacrosse (Oberlin College)
Maya Davis – Track (Washington University in St. Louis)
Charles Ortmans – Track (Harvard University)

  • pp-05-25-2023