Chatham High Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

CHS Athletes signed national letters of intent: Lacrosse players Thomas Berger, Chris Francesco, Schuyler Bixby, Abby Morgan, Julie Hamilton, and softball player Bonnie Kennedy. Credits: CHS
Julie Hamilton, with CHS coach Hilary Renna and parents signed a national letter of intent to play women's lacrosse at Duquesne Credits: CHS
Abby Morgan, with CHS coach Hilary Renna and her parents, signed to play women's lacrosse at Vanderbilt Credits: CHS
CHS lacrosse coach Hilary Renna with Schuyler Bixby and her mother. Bixby announced she will play for Dartmouth Credits: CHS
Bonnie Kennedy with her parents and CHS softball coach Brian Figueiredo. Kennedy signed to play softball at American International College Credits: CHS
Chris Francesco with CHS coach Tony Calandra and parents. Francesco signed to play lacrosse at Colgate Credits: CHS
Thomas Berger with his father and CHS coach Tony Calandra. Berger signed to play lacrosse at Loyola. Credits: CHS

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham High athletes committed to college on Wednesday, signing national letters of intent to play NCAA Division 1 sports.

Three girls lacrosse players made their choices known, with Abby Morgan headed to Vanderbilt, Julie Hamilton choosing Duquesne and Schuyler Bixby committing to Dartmouth. Softball player Bonnie Kennedy signed to play at American International College.

Two members of Chatham's 2016 Group 2 state championship boys lacrosse team made their picks. Chris Francesco signed to play at Colgate and Thomas Berger selected Loyola.


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To the Editor:

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