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Student-Athletes Commit to Play at the Next Level

Andrew Herring
Nine Holderness School student-athletes committed to play competitive college athletics on Tuesday, April 20.  These students represent some of the top athletic talent in New Hampshire and New England and are testaments to Holderness School’s culture of academic and athletic excellence.
Morgan Agran - Plymouth State University, Hockey
Abigail Cole - Hobart & William Smith Colleges, Cross Country Running
Topher Davenport - Colby College, Alpine Skiing
Shinya Lee - Gettysburg College, Basketball
Brooks Reed - Colby College, Alpine Skiing
Henry Richard - Vassar College, Lacrosse
Gene Propper - Hunter College, Basketball
Elijah Swanson - Emmanuel College, Basketball
Mae Whitcomb - College of St. Scholastica, Nordic Skiing 

These talented student-athletes join their peers who have made similar commitments earlier in the year, including:

Alex Baber - Virginia Military Institute, Lacrosse
Jack Bayreuther - St. Lawrence University, Lacrosse
Jimmy Bocock - St. Lawrence University, Football
Tyler Boes - Villanova University, Lacrosse
Gwen Bowler - Adrian College, Ice Hockey
Atkin Dwyer - St. Bonaventure University, Lacrosse 
AJ Noyes - Middlebury College, Lacrosse
Griffin O'Neil - Dartmouth College, Lacrosse 
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