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The Our Lady of Good Counsel dining hall was busier than usual on Wednesday as it hosted a National Letter of Intent event for all Falcons athletes providing their commitment to play an NCAA Division I sport in writing. Good Counsel had 17 athletes representing five sports in attendance.

Boys’ lacrosse: Conor Lolan, Wagner College; Austin Smith, St. Joseph’s University; Pat Poulos, U.S. Military Academy; Dylan Szot, Randolph-Macon College.

Girls’ lacrosse: Nicole Ortlieb, Fresno State University; Caleigh Gunn, Iona College; Erin Baumann, Fairfield University; Madison Hoover, University of Louisville; Allison Flechsig, Lafayette College; Paige Graham, Virginia Tech University. Haley Giraldi is committed to play lacrosse at Princeton but did not sign a letter of intent.

Softball: Krista Kelly, Longwood University.

Swimming: Makenzie Miller, University of South Carolina; Brady Welch, Arizona State University.

Wrestling: Matt Kelly, U.S. Military Academy; Adam Whitesell, University of Maryland.

— Jennifer Beekman

Six from Holy Cross sign letters

Several Academy of the Holy Cross student-athletes signed letters of intent for some high profile schools on Wednesday’s National Signing Day: Rhamat Alhassan (volleyball, University of Florida); Jillian Dunston (basketball, Michigan); Kristyn Gaines (lacrosse, Connecticut); Nicole Lantuh (lacrosse, Mount Saint Mary’s). Soccer players Jamie DePaul (Carson-Newman) and Maribeth Harrington (Washington College) are committed to play next year as well.

10 from Bullis sign letters

Ten Bullis School student-athletes were recognized Wednesday as they signed their letters of intent to compete at the college level. Lynee Belton (Duke University), Ashley Deleonibus (William & Mary), Kirby Porter (Harvard), and Andre Walker (Hofstra) plan to play Division I basketball in 2014-15. Lacrosse recruits include Nick Matzelevich (Siena), Caitlin McMahon (Jacksonville), Alex Robinson (Georgetown), Joe Stucky (Boston University), Rashad Wise (Lynn University), and Darian Hashemzadeh signed to play men’s tennis at George Washington University.

Four from Whitman sign letters

Four members of the Walt Whitman girls’ soccer team who are scheduled to play Baltimore County’s Catonsville in Saturday’s state championship game are committed to play competitive soccer in college: Aliza Wolfe (Rice University), Anna Gurney (Emory), Bahar Ulusan (Emory), and Emily Martin (Colby). Drew Ahearn signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Lafayette College.

— Jennifer Beekman

Six Georgetown Prep lacrosse players sign letters

Charlie Horning (Villanova), Wil Railey (Virginia), Brendan Collins (Notre Dame), Townsend Brown (Mt. St. Mary’s) and Kyle Strange (Drexel) all signed letters of intent to play NCAA DIvision I lacrosse in 2014-15.

— Jennifer Beekman

Three from Stone Ridge sign

The Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart had three student-athletes sign letters of intent to compete collegiately in their respective sports: Natalie Alesandra Gosnell (lacrosse, Lafayette), Alene Marie Rock (lacrosse, Mercer) and Laura Garcia (swimming, Villanova).

— Jennifer Beekman

Eight athletes from Landon sign letters

— Jennifer Beekman

Three from Damascus sign letters

Three student-athletes from Damascus signed their letters of intent to compete at the college level: Kelli Prange (basketball, George Washington); Lauren Green (basketball, Bentley); Anna Warfield (softball, Shippensburg).

— Eric Goldwein

Two from Clarksburg sign

Two of Clarksburg High School’s student-athletes signed their letters of intent, committing to participate in college athletics. Dani Hall will attend the University of Pittsburgh for gymnastics and Andie deCelis plans to attend Manhattan College for lacrosse.

— Eric Goldwein

Coaches or school administrators can email signings to The Gazette at sports@gazette.net. This list will be updated as we get confirmed signings from school officials.