Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Charlotte-area college signees

Here are area college signees reported to the Observer:

Ardrey Kell: Brandon Donahue (Wingate, baseball); Allyson Markiewicz (Wofford, women’s golf); Emily Stinson (App. State, women’s golf); Aleisha Murrell (St. Andrews, women’s cross-country)
Berry: Milan Quinn (Wake Forest, women’s basketball); Jessica Marcus (Georgia Southern, women’s basketball); Cazmon Hayes (Delaware, basketball)
Carson: Sidney Grkman (UNC-G, softball); Kelly Dulkoski (Kennesaw St., women's basketball); Allison Blackwell (Catawba, women's basketball); Courtney Bisbe (NC State, women's gymnastics)
Charlotte Christian: Sydel Curry (Elon, volleyball); Rebecca Harris (Va. Tech, women’s tennis); Matt Simmons (Gardner-Webb, baseball); Patrick Haynes (Wingate, baseball); Bailey Ober (College of Charleston, baseball); Giselle Bailey (Harvard, women’s basketball); Patrick Rooks (Clemson, basketball)
Charlotte Latin: Michael Chadwick (Missouri, men’s swimming); Eve Davis (NC State, women’s volleyball); Ashley Dyke (Texas Christian, swimming); Emma Price (Belmont University, women’s volleyball); Louis Tonon (Mount St. Mary’s, men’s tennis)
Concord: Sarah Bertram (Gardner-Webb, Women's Golf), Brianna Clark (Pfeiffer, Women's Swimming)
Country Day: Mattie Newson (Samford University, Volleyball); Paul Barnhill (Furman University, Baseball); Patrick Brady (United States Naval Academy, Baseball)
Cox Mill: Meredith Furr (Catawba College, Volleyball)
Cuthbertson: Drake Zupcic (App. State, baseball); Andrew Hendel (Western Carolina, baseball); Nick Contafio (Charleston Southern, baseball); Austin Pierce (Limestone, baseball); Kara Salvo (West Carolina, softball); Jessica Weber (Eastern Illinois, softball); Kalli Karas (Wofford, women’s tennis); Margaret Brown (UNC, women’s gymnastics)
Forestview: Will Long (Auburn, golf)
Fred T. Foard: Addison Bolick (Belmont Abbey, softball); Mackenzie Dziendziel (Belmont Abbey, softball); Jake Pierce (East Carolina, men's swimming); Ashlyn Setzer (Lenoir-Rhyne, women's golf); Lexi Shubert (USC-Upstate, softball)
Hickory: Zach Jarrett (Charlotte, baseball)
Hough: Jack Manchester (Harvard, swimming); Peyton White (Ohio, golf); Clay Brown (ECU, golf); Kayla Hall (College of Charleston, softball)
Lake Norman:  Kayla McGuffey (Morehead, softball); Shelby Bailey (Transylvania, softball); Dominique Wilson (NC Central, softball)
Lincoln Charter: Sarah Kenley (Lenoir-Rhyne, softball); David Scoggins (Liberty, baseball)
Mallard Creek: Kirk Morgan (ECU, baseball)
Marvin Ridge: Madison Arroyo (Mississippi St., softball); Peyton Jordan (UNC-Wilmington, softball)
Metrolina Christian: Tyrell Nelson (Gardner-Webb, basketball)
Mount Pleasant: Nick Coble (Liberty, baseball)
Northwest Cabarrus: Tanner Bigham (North Carolina, Baseball); Jordan Goodman (Catawba College, Baseball); Grayson Miller (Belmont Abbey,  Baseball)
Olympic: Emily Lopez (UNC-Greeensboro, softball); B.J. Gladden (Akron, basketball);
Piedmont: Parker VonEgidy (Missouri, wrestling); Colby Barnette (UNC, baseball); John Elwood (Pfeiffer, baseball); Micaela Hayes (Queen’s, softball)
Providence Day: Davis Bateman (UNC, golf); Ja’da Brayboy (UNC-Asheville, women’s basketball); Andrew Burnick (Penn, baseball); Christian Cichan (Purdue, golf); Samantha Light (ECU, women’s tennis); Steve Onak (Sienna, lacrosse)
South Rowan:  Eric Tyler (East Carolina University, baseball)
United Faith: Alec Wintering (Portland, basketball); Courtney Leighton (N.C. State, women’s gymnastics)
Weddington: Alex Bostic (Clemson, Baseball); Jeremy Schellhorn (UNC Charlotte, Baseball)


Anonymous said...

It's pretty impressive the amount of college golfers coming out of Charlotte. There are quite a few listed here, and I know there are many more that aren't in here yet. This might be the strongest class yet. In recent memory 2002, 2009, and 2011 were well represented, but 2013 takes the cake.

Anonymous said...

FYI - UNC-G prefers UNCG Spartans or UNC-Greensboro Spartans as members of the Southern Conference (SoCon) in case you need to know having existed since 1891.

We do not have hangups or confusion using UNC for our AD although we already have the private 4 year coed Greensboro College since 1838 thus we must make the distinction.

May we suggest your city start its own private 4 yr Charlotte College and your UNC AD confusion problem will be solved.

Confucius say a confused simpletons mind is a terrible thing to waste.

Ty - UNCG Spartan Jr and grad of Butler HS

Anonymous said...

You can add Luke Morrison from Northside Christian Academy. He signed today to play basketball at West Point.