Loyola Academy once again had plenty of congratulations to pass out during a national signing day ceremony.
The school on Feb. 2 recognized 24 student-athletes who will continue competing at the college level. Fifteen more Ramblers were celebrated in ceremonies on Nov. 10 and Dec. 15 earlier this school year. Inclement weather forced the postponement of the physical ceremony on Feb. 2.
Seven more Ramblers football players made their choices known, joining the three who signed on Dec. 15 (James Kreutz, LB, Illinois; Marco Maldonado, RB, Colgate; and Eddie Dreher, LS, Denison)
Another football player, Will Maheras signed his letter to play lacrosse for the University of Notre Dame, one of the top programs in the country.
Maheras was an All-State selection his junior year and helped lead the Ramblers to a state championship.
“Will is extremely difficult to guard. There is a reason many Division 1 programs reached out about him,” Ramblers coach Rob Snyder said in a statement. “Will was the best player in the state last year.”
Below is a list of all the Ramblers recognized on Feb. 2:
FOOTBALL: Danny Collins, WR, DePauw University; Will Livingston, OL, Johns Hopkins University; Jamie McCabe, LB, Butler University; Sam Rushin, LB, Tufts University; John Michael Talanges, OL, Fordham University; and Michael Williams, DL, Colby College
FIELD HOCKEY: Sophia Sohigian, Wellesley College
BOYS LACROSSE: Klaus Anger, Mount St. Mary’s University; Bennett Chow, Amherst College; Jake Coldwell, Mount St. Mary’s University; Connor DiTomasso, Hobart College; Jameson Eigel, Bates College; Alex Feuer, Roanoke College; Will Maheras, University of Notre Dame; and Cheyne Repp, University of Denver
GIRLS SOCCER: Alexander Ainsworth, Bowdoin College; Maya Basan, Illinois Wesleyan University; Grace Ehlert, Washington University (St. Louis); and Kaitlyn Kurtz, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
BOYS SWIMMING: Demetri Zemenides, Lake Forest College
BOYS TENNIS: Patrick Gunnison, Gettysburg College
TRACK AND FIELD/CROSS-COUNTRY: Spencer Werner, Texas A&M University; Harry Wood Prince, Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.)
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Casey McMenamin, Vassar College
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