Nearly 30 Cheshire Academy seniors and postgraduate students have signed letters of commitment to play college sports at competitive schools ranging from Duke University to the University of Delaware and Salve Regina University.
With sports ranging from baseball to lacrosse, soccer to tennis and football to basketball, the Academy’s student athletes will continue to reach their goals of academic excellence while contributing their sports prowess to collegiate teams. The number of students who will play on college teams is the highest in recent history at the Academy.
“I am very proud of our student athletes who get out there day in and day out to compete for our school,” said Athletic Director Brett Torrey. “I especially wish to congratulate those who are moving on to pursue their dreams at the college level.”
In a formal signing ceremony recently at the Academy, two Southington students, Rachel Dube, daughter of David and Mary-Lee Dube, committed to playing softball at Curry College and Caroline Rodman, daughter of William and Elizabeth Rodman, committed to playing tennis at Salve Regina University.