Class of 2015 Triangle-area athlete commitments

Posted by J. Mike Blake on January 22, 2014 

Below is a list of area class of 2015 athletes who have committed to play a sport in college.

Unless athletes sign a National Letter of Intent, neither the school or the athlete is obligated to the other.

The vast majority of athletes who sign national letters do not receive full scholarships, but instead receive some financial assistance.

Some schools, including schools in the Ivy League, do not give athletic scholarships, but do give financial aid to students.

We will update this blog with more names as they are reported to us. * - denotes invited walk-on.

Apex

Ally Beckman, volleyball, Georgia Tech; Mia Castagnero, girls lacrosse, Richmond

Athens Drive

Madeline Bromley, girls lacrosse, Coastal Carolina; Kieran Garvey, girls lacrosse, Gardner-Webb

Cardinal Gibbons

Stephen Scott, baseball, Vanderbilt

Durham Academy

Chloe Lewis, girls lacrosse, Duke

East Chapel Hill

Annie Carter, volleyball, Clemson; Sarena Seelbach, volleyball, Navy

Green Hope

Vincent Addona, baseball, William & Mary

Harnett Central

Cole Hart, baseball, N.C. State; Darryl Johnson, baseball, Appalachian Sate; Tyson Messer, baseball, N.C. State

Jordan

Steven Oakley, baseball, N.C. State; Thomas Schmidt, boys lacrosse, Boston University

Leesville Road

Jack Conley, baseball, N.C. State; Dillon Cooper, baseball, East Carolina; Mackenzie Dipper, girls soccer, Elon.

Millbrook

Alexa Asher, girls soccer, Appalachian State

Panther Creek

Celeste Barnard, girls soccer, Middle Tennessee State; Courtney Cash, girls soccer, East Carolina; Rachael Everhart, girls soccer, Charlotte; Justine James, girls soccer, UNC-Asheville; Emma Socha, girls soccer, Charlotte; Briana Velasquez, girls soccer, Marshall

Southeast Raleigh

Amber Richardson, girls basketball, N.C. State

Wake Christian

Hailey Brooke McFadden, volleyball, Wake Forest

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