Letter of intent day

Here’s a list of local prep athletes who signed NCAA national letters of Intent on Wednesday or will soon. If we missed an athlete, please let us know by emailing Aaron Swaney at aswaney@heraldnet.com:

Baseball

Andy Crosby, Kamiak, University of Puget Sound

Trever Morrison, Archbishop Murphy, Oregon State University

Boys basketball

Josh Hawkinson, Shorewood, Washington State University

Boys golf

Christopher Hatch, Kamiak, Western Washington University

Kyle Cornett, Jackson, Seattle University

Boys swim

John Stupey, Kamiak, University of Maryland-Baltimore

Alec Barnard, Archbishop Murphy, Seattle University

Hunter Cosgrove, Archbishop Murphy, Pacific Lutheran University

Boys track

Joey Davis, Kamiak, Lewis and Clark University

Girls basketball

Rachel Swartz*, Stanwood, Missouri State University

Lindsay Brown, Arlington, Idaho State

Brooke Pahukoa, Lake Stevens, Boise State

Brittney Pahukoa, Lake Stevens, Boise State

Beth Carlson, Archbishop Murphy, Santa Clara University

Girls swim

Kalena Laurent, Cascade, Fordham University

Kaela McKee, Jackson, University of New Mexico

Anni Hecker, Shorewood, Oregon State University

Kaitlin Taylor, Jackson, San Jose State

Hannah Taylor, Marysville Pilchuck, UNLV

Softball

Alyssa Reubel, Meadowdale, Seattle University

Ronnie Ladines, Arlington, Kent State

Lynsey Amundson, Arlington, Western Washington University

Kailyn Campbell, Cedarcrest, Central Washington University

Maggie McRory, Lake Stevens, Indiana Tech University

Volleyball

Emmy Allen, Jackson, Washington State University

Miah Diirell, Jackson, Seattle University

Haley MacDonald, Jackson, Washington State University

Maddi Ober, Glacier Peak, Western Oregon University

* Signing on Monday

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