Signed, Sealed, Delivered

This fall, several Pomfret student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent.


 

On Saturday, November 14, four Pomfret seniors signed National Letters of Intent to play college sports. Next year, Hannah Twombly ’21 will play lacrosse at Saint Michael’s College, Jason Roche ’21 will play basketball at The Citadel, Keegan Palmer ’21 will play lacrosse at Quinnipiac University, and Lance Martineau ’21 will play lacrosse at the University of Hartford.

“Signing a National Letter of Intent is an official and binding agreement, and one of the final steps to becoming a collegiate athlete," said Director of Athletics Jon Sheehan. "The dedication of these student-athletes has paid off, and we are incredibly excited for what their futures hold."

While four Pomfret seniors signed National Letters of Intent during the official signing week, many more will be attending college as recruited athletes — and we look forward to celebrating their accomplishments with you later in the school year.


 

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