Area signing list


The following area seniors have or will sign/commit to play college sports in 2014-15. If you’re a high school senior and also plan to sign/commit, send your information to sports@coxohio.com. Wednesday, Feb. 5, is National Signing Day for football, soccer, track and field/cross country and field hockey.

Football

John Luke Arrington, Springboro / Elon (N.C.)

Alex Dalton, Troy / Oklahoma

Jordan George, Alter / Akron

Marc Raye-Redmond, Trotwood-Madison / Columbia

Jordan Whitfield, Wayne / Eastern Kentucky

Robert Young, Miamisburg / Urbana

Women’s basketball

Naddiyah Cross, Centerville / Kent State

Bethany Krause, Centerville / Idaho

Ashton Lovely, Greeneview / Cincinnati

Alexus Rockwell, Belmont / Huntington (Ind.)

Dani Shafer, Fairmont / Maryville (Mo.)

Chea Taylor, Bellbrook / Detroit Mercy

Makayla Waterman, Fairmont / Ohio State

Kathryn Westbeld, Fairmont / Notre Dame

Aubrey Zimmerman, Beavercreek / Notre Dame (Ohio)

Men’s basketball

Eric Meininger, Centerville / West Liberty (W.Va.)

Jordan Michael, Fairborn / Lake Erie (Ohio)

Softball

Kaitlyn Bergman, Lebanon / Toledo

Allison Castle, Northeastern / Ohio Northern

Riley Curtis, Springboro / Bluffton

Morgan Daniel, West Carrollton / Tiffin

Bri Eichbaum, Tippecanoe / Lee (Tenn.)

Cassie Gingerich, Tippecanoe / Liberty (Va.)

Alicia Hansen, Fenwick / Tennessee Martin

Brittany Huff, Northmont / Bluffton

Kylie Mullenix, Brookville / Radford (Va.)

Savannah Scott, Lebanon / Ohio Northern

Ashley Sharpe, Centerville / Indianapolis

Sam Showalter, Lebanon / Toledo

Baseball

Riley Brown, Bellbrook / Brescia (Ky.)

Nick Cecil, Lebanon / Evansville

Joey Chapman, Spg. Shawnee / Cedarville

B.J. Donathan, Tippecanoe / King (Tenn.)

Doug Lowe, Triad / Cincinnati

Zach Kendall, Troy / Bowling Green State

Wes Noble, Lebanon / Campbell (N.C.)

Jeff Paul, St. Henry / Ohio Dominican

Chris Pluta, Springboro / Bowling Green State

Jeremy Randolph, Miamisburg / Wright State

Jack Schaff, Springboro / Florida International

Women’s golf

Kelsey Koesters, Coldwater / Findlay

Sarah Kolodzik, Miami Valley / Virginia

Lindsey Murray, Tippecanoe / Xavier

Molly Skapik, Miamisburg / Louisville

Men’s golf

Tripp French, Oakwood / Xavier

Volleyball

Samantha Cash, Miami East / Tennessee Tech

Courtney Hiltibran, Mechanicsburg / Central Michigan

Erin Jans, Tippecanoe / West Liberty (W.Va.)

Madison Johnson, Beavercreek / Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.)

Allison Morrett, Miami East / Tennessee Tech

Natalie Seiler, Alter / Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne

Megan Wendel, Marion Local / Findlay

Ashley Wenz, Springboro / Ohio State

Women’s soccer

Chelsea Clawson, Tippecanoe / Concord (W.Va.)

Taylor Greene, Xenia / Northern Kentucky

Katie Grunder, Alter / Auburn

Avalee Hagerty, Alter / Miami (Fla.)

Sarah Harmer, Tippecanoe / Bowling Green State

Brittany Huff, Northmont / Bluffton

Sezcezney Lytle, Fenwick / Cincinnati State

Men’s swimming

Henrik Pohlmann, Beavercreek / Virginia

Brock Turner, Oakwood / Stanford

Women’s swimming

Ally Mayhew, Oakwood / Florida International

Abby Saner, Xenia / Wright State

Jamie Vandewerker, Beavercreek / Cleveland State

Wrestling

Preston Bowshier, Kenton Ridge / Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va.)

Jacob Danishek, Dayton Christian / Indiana

Austin Reese, Mechanicsburg / Ohio

Women’s tennis

Rheanna Morehart, Miami Valley / Northern Kentucky

Men’s tennis

Zach Berry, Springboro / Dayton

Rowing

Grace Horner, Chaminade Julienne / Canisius (N.Y.)

JoAnna McNutt, Beavercreek / Cornell

Rebecca Yaklic, Centerville / Louisville

Women’s track & field / cross country

Jacquelyn Crow, Lebanon / Furman

Michelle McKinney, Eaton / Kentucky

Jordan Townsley, Miamisburg / Georgia State

Men’s track & field / cross country

Quinn Williamson, Brookville / Lawrence Tech (Mich.)

Women’s lacrosse

Taylor Swartz, Fenwick / Siena Heights (Mich.)

Men’s bowling

Kyle Kessler, Northmont / Wright State


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