Several local schools had student-athletes who signed with the colleges of their choice during the NCAA’s early signing day Nov. 11.

Some schools hosted in-person signing ceremonies and others held them virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the local schools’ signees, based on information provided by each school:

Galloway: Jada Ryce (East Tennessee State University, women’s basketball)

Holy Innocents’: Caroline Belisle and Rachel Suttle (University of Georgia, women’s soccer), J.D. Bogart (Bradley University, baseball), Michael Zarrillo (Lafayette College, baseball), Annie Parker (Cornell University, women’s lacrosse) and Paige Collins (Georgia Southern, women’s volleyball)

Holy Spirit Prep: Natalie Olsen (Northeastern University, women’s soccer)

Lovett: Avery Bargeron (Auburn University, women’s swimming), Chandler Kenny (University of Georgia, women’s soccer), Ryan Mutombo (Georgetown University, men’s basketball) and Andrew Pinkston (Northwestern University, baseball)

Marist: Eva Nahas (Boston College, women’s soccer), Annika Bryant (Yale, women’s soccer), Kennedy Ryman (Boston University, softball), Thomas Rollauer (University of San Diego, baseball), Gracen Bohling (Mercer University, beach volleyball), Ava Westfall (Holy Cross, women’s swimming) and Gabby Daniels (Stony Brook, women’s soccer)

St. Pius X: Isabelle Lee (High Point University, women’s soccer), Renee Lyles (Clemson University, women’s soccer) and Henry Halloran (Villanova University, men’s swimming)

Westminster: Madeline Simpson (University of Virginia, women’s soccer), Ellie Gilbert (University of Georgia, women’s soccer), Chase Curry (Pepperdine University, beach volleyball), Mary Emily Morgan (Wofford College, women’s volleyball) and Kennedy Walker (Boston University, rowing)

Woodward: Morgan Ellison (University of Texas at San Antonio, women’s golf), Will Richard (Belmont University, men’s basketball) and Corbin Switzer (University of Virginia, men’s lacrosse)

Other schools have been contacted about their possible early signees, and the Neighbor is awaiting their responses. Other student-athletes will have a chance to announce their colleges of choice at future signing days in the coming months, all the way through Aug. 1.

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