Six Seniors Sign Letters of Intent

Six Seniors Sign Letters of Intent

Six seniors signed national letters of intent on Feb. 28 to continue their athletic careers in college this fall.

Aisha Brown will attend Post University in Waterbury, Connecticut as part of the school’s track and field team. She plans to major in biology.               

Soccer players Hannah Franco and Kayla Multer will both attend the New York Institute of Technology in Old Westbury. Franco will major in criminal justice, Multer in nursing.

Kris McDonald will join Stony Brook University’s football squad. He plans to major in sports medicine,

Volleyball player Danielle Schultz will attend Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire, where she plans to major in biology.

Rich Wittneben signed on to Farmingdale State College’s track and field team. He plans to major in aviation.

“We are very proud of these fine student-athletes and congratulate them on this outstanding accomplishment,” said Islip Athletic Director John Sparacio.