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Spring-Ford High School held its national signing day earlier this week where 19 senior athletes elected to sign with their respective colleges and universities.

Among them were nine lacrosse players, four baseball players, three softball players, a soccer player, a volleyball player and a basketball player.

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Kathryn Metzler- Nazareth College

Spring-Ford’s Kathryn Metzler signed her national letter of intent to pursue psychology and play lacrosse next season at Nazareth College. She is flanked by her parents, Patrick and Jennifer Metzler. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)


Michaela Haney- University of Pennsylvania

Spring-Ford’s Michaela Haney signed her national letter of intent to continue her lacrosse career at University of Pennsylvania where she will pursue a degree in nursing. She is flanked by her parents, Helene Calci and Joe Haney. Standing is her brother, Jack Haney. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)


Jill Quigley- University of Florida

Spring-Ford’s Jill Quigley signed her national letter of intent to continue her lacrosse career at University of Florida next year. She is flanked by her parents, Cathy and Matt Quigley, along with her brother Chris Quigley. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)


Cassie Marte- Lehigh University

Spring-Ford’s Cassie Marte signed her national letter of intent to attend Lehigh University where she will play lacrosse and pursue a business degree. She is flanked by her parents, Andy and Kathy Marte. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)


Mary Pat McKenna- Franklin & Marshall College

Spring-Ford’s Mary Pat McKenna signed her national letter of intent to attend Franklin & Marshall College where she will play lacrosse and pursue a biology degree. She is flanked by her parents, Tim and Maureen McKenna. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)


Olivia Yeagle- Dickinson College

Spring-Ford’s Olivia Yeagle signed her national letter of intent to attend Dickinson College where she will play lacrosse and pursue a biology degree. She is flanked by her mother, Kelli Yeagle, left, and her sister, Aly Yeagle. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)


Jordan Nitto- Millersville University

Spring-Ford’s Jordan Nitto signed her national letter of intent to attend Millersville University where she will play lacrosse and pursue a biology degree. She is flanked by her parents, Susan and Tony Nitto. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)

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