Wednesday began the early period for high school athletes to sign National Letters of Intent to accept athletic scholarships from Division I and Division II college programs. This period includes basketball, lacrosse, baseball, softball, track and all other sports except football, which have later signing dates.
Dulaney guard Ryan Conway is just one of the many signees on Wednesday, putting pen to paper to continue his career at Seton Hall. Conway committed to Seton Hall in May, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Unable to workout at the school, the senior guard continued to build on his craft and focus completely on his academics and basketball.
“It’s just a sigh of relief to know that it’s finally over and it’s finally official and that I can move onto the next chapter of my life,” Conway said. “I’m just blessed to have the opportunity to do so.”
Hereford soccer star Payton Patrick committed to signed with South Carolina to continue her career. Her visit to the campus was capped off by a discussion and tour with former Gamecocks goalie Mikayla Krzeczowski and current redshirt junior midfielder Claire Griffiths.
“From the first time that I stepped on campus, it just felt like home,” Patrick said. “They were so welcoming and the rest of the team was amazing. I just knew that I wanted to be part of that program.”