SUMMIT, NJ - Summit's Olivia Reiter is one of three Kent Place School student-athletes who have signed Letters of Intent to continue their sporting career at the collegiate level.

Reiter will join the University of Southern California's rowing team. A coxswain, qualified for the USRowing Youth Nationals in Sacramento, CA, where she went on to took fifth in the nation. Last year, Reiter she placed third in the Mid-Atlantic region with the Women's Lightweight 4+ and continues to be the head coxswain on her team this year.

"Thank you to my parents for all of their love and support, as well as to my friends and teammates for having my back both on and off of the water,” said Reiter. “Most importantly, thank you to my coach, Robert Welsh, for teaching me everything that got me to where I am today and for always believing in me."

In addition ot Reiter, Julia Schmuckler of New Vernon signed her National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse at the University of Louisville, while Monica McGavin of Mountainside will be part of the Track and Field program for Lehigh University.