Baseball and Girls' Lacrosse Players Sign Letters of Intent
In the spirit of National Signing Day, several Canterbury Sixth Form athletes signed their letters of intent to Division I and II programs the week of November 11.
Varsity Baseball committed five players to collegiate programs. Max Cotier, a four-year player, signed to University of Virginia, VA. Chaz Powell, also a four-year player, signed to Franklin Pierce University, NH. Trey Fesperman and Chris Roberti, both three-year players, signed to Xavier University, OH and Stonehill College, MA, respectively. Jose Mecia, a two-year player, signed to Delaware State University, DE.
"I am really proud of our 2019 baseball players who are moving on to play at the next level," noted Head Coach Todd Mathewson. "All of the players have already made a huge impact on our program at Canterbury, and I expect them to have an even greater Sixth Form year this spring. They each have a very bright future, and I look forward to continuing to support them as they move on to the next step in their baseball careers."
Girls' Varsity Lacrosse also committed several Sixth Form players collegiate programs. Katherine Hesslink, a two-year player, will play at Bentley University, MA. Madison Warne and Haily Santorsola plan to continue their lacrosse careers at United States Military Academy-West Point, NY. Bailey DeTuro will also continue playing at the Division 3-level at Roanoke College, VA.
"Our entire coaching staff is so thrilled for these four amazing young women," remarked Head Coach Lindsay Mulhern. "Their hardwork and dedication has paid off, and we are excited to watch them grow and flourish at the next level."
Canterbury wishes these students success on their continued athletic careers!