Anoka-Hennepin student-athletes sign letters of intent on the first day of the early NCAA signing period
(11/13/19) Over 20 student-athletes from four of Anoka-Hennepin’s five traditional high schools (Andover, Anoka, Blaine, Champlin Park high schools) participated in events Nov. 13 marking the start of the NCAA early signing period. At the events, student-athletes signed letters of intent from colleges and universities across the country to continue their academic and athletic careers.
Signees by site:
Andover High School:
Anna Breffle, Bemidji State University, soccer.
Corynn Grabau, Concordia University, St. Paul, soccer.
Ellie Johnson, Wartburg College, lacrosse.
Kelsey Kallio, North Dakota State University, soccer.
Kennedy Little, University of Maine, hockey.
Jamie Nelson, Minnesota State University, Mankato, hockey.
Elisabeth Tammi, Concordia University, St. Paul, lacrosse.
Sydney White, University of Sioux Falls, basketball.
Deborah Leier, Southwest Minnesota State University, soccer.
Bryce Nelson, Concordia University, St. Paul, baseball.
Carsen Richels, University of New Hampshire, hockey.
Madison Schmidt, University of Notre Dame, track.
Isabelle Stadden, University of California, Berkeley, swimming.
Isaac Vanzomeren, New Jersey Institute of Technology, lacrosse.
Champlin Park High School:
Malia Braeidy, Northern State University, soccer.
Abby Gilk, Augustana University, softball.
Cooper Olson, University of Mary, basketball.
Hannah Prasky, Augustana University, volleyball.
Jordan Stalpes, University of Nebraska, Omaha, volleyball.
Julia Sullivan, Southwest Minnesota State University, soccer.
Student-athletes outside of football and men’s and women’s Division I basketball can begin signing letters of intent on Nov. 13, 2019, and continue to sign anytime through Aug. 1, 2020. The first day of the football signing period is Feb. 5, 2020. Information on NCAA national signing periods.
Anoka-Hennepin is proud of all of these student-athletes, and those who will sign letters of intent at a later time.