We’re closing in on midnight, gang, and the official end of National Letter of Intent Signing Week.
You can check out our coverage over the last eight days by clicking here. (Just scroll down to see all the stories.)
Tomorrow, we’ll recap the D-I and D-II commitments by seniors from the entire Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region.
But now, we have another signing ceremony to bring you up to date on.
Rye’s Michael Collins, an athletic defenseman headed to Binghamton, signed his NLI at a ceremony in the school that included (from left): interim principal John Smith, athletic director Rob Castagna and co-coaches Scott and Brian Dooley.
Collins is one of six Rye seniors who have committed to college programs, including three D-I recruits.
Rye senior commits
Click on the links to read the story on each player’s commitment, if available:
Briggs Barton, Connecticut College, attack
Christian Bonaventura, Middlebury, midfield
Jack O’Callaghan, Colgate, midfield
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