Chatham Student-Athletes McLaughlin, Bredahl Participate in NCAA Division III Celebratory Signings

Jack McLaughlin and his family celebrate his signing to play lacrosse at Susquehanna University Credits: CHS
Mac Bredahl with his parents and Chatham boys lacrosse coach Tony Calandra at his celebratory signing with Tufts University Credits: CHS

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham boys lacrosse players Jack McLaughlin and Mac Bredahl each participated in celebratory NCAA Division III athletic signings on Wednesday.

McLaughlin has signed with Susquehanna University and Bredahl has signed with Tufts University. Bredahl will also compete for the golf team at Tufts.

Division III Celebratory Signing Form

Proposal 2015-8 was adopted by the Division III membership at the 2015 NCAA Convention. With the adoption of this proposal, Division III institutions are permitted to use a standard, NCAA provided, non-binding celebratory signing form.  A prospective student-athlete is permitted to sign the celebratory signing form at any point, including high school signing events, after the prospective student-athlete has been accepted to the institution.  Institutions should keep in mind, however, that they are not permitted to publicize a prospective student-athlete’s commitment to the institution until the prospective student-athlete has submitted a financial deposit (Bylaw 13.10.7). 

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