Glacier Peak’s Madison Rubino drives around Snohomish’s Kaylin Beckman in a non-league girls basketball game on Dec. 9, 2019, in Snohomish. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Glacier Peak’s Madison Rubino drives around Snohomish’s Kaylin Beckman in a non-league girls basketball game on Dec. 9, 2019, in Snohomish. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

A list of local athletes set to play sports in college

The early signing period for all NCAA sports except football opened Nov. 11.

National Signing Day

Local athletes who have or are expected to sign letters of intent or plan to continue their athletic careers with NCAA Division I, Division II, NAIA or junior-college schools, and athletes who have or are expected to sign celebratory signing letters with NCAA Division III schools. The signing period for all sports except football opened Nov. 11, with the early signing period for basketball ending Nov. 18.

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DIVISION I

Ellie Baxter, Snohomish

California Polytechnic State University, track and field

Davis Buckner, Snohomish

Seattle University, baseball

Jackson’s Mia Chang receives her first place medal for the 200-yard IM during the Class 4A Girls State Swim and Dive Championship on Nov. 16, 2019, in Federal Way. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Jackson’s Mia Chang receives her first place medal for the 200-yard IM during the Class 4A Girls State Swim and Dive Championship on Nov. 16, 2019, in Federal Way. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Mia Chang, Jackson

UCLA, women’s swim and dive

Ava Collinge, Kamiak

University of Texas-Austin, women’s swim and dive

Aaliyah Collins, Glacier Peak

Chicago State University, women’s basketball

Asia Erickson, Home School

Stetson University, women’s rowing

Taylor Fausey, Glacier Peak

Drake University, women’s rowing

Mia Flor, King’s

Idaho State University, women’s basketball

Gabriela Franco, Jackson

University of New Mexico, women’s soccer

Kaleigh Gale, Glacier Peak

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, women’s swim and dive

Claire Gallagher, King’s

Lafayette College (Pennsylvania), women’s basketball

Slava Gilszmer, Kamiak

University of California-San Diego, men’s swim and dive

Vlad Gilszmer, Kamiak

Cornell University, men’s swim and dive

Fatoumata Jaiteh, Meadowdale

Northern Arizona University, women’s basketball

Ellie Lewis, Monroe

Southern Methodist University, women’s rowing

Kiana Lino, Shorecrest

Boston University, track and field

Samaya Morin was The Herald’s 2019 Volleyball Player of the Year. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Samaya Morin was The Herald’s 2019 Volleyball Player of the Year. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Samaya Morin, Lake Stevens

Grand Canyon University, volleyball

Cole Nelson, Meadowdale

Oregon State University, baseball

Madison Rubino, Glacier Peak

University of Idaho, women’s basketball

Ana Scott, Shorecrest

Loyola Marymount University, women’s rowing

Madison Seelhoff, Glacier Peak

University of Montana, women’s soccer

Isabella Ulloa, Stanwood

University of Louisville, women’s rowing

Aiden Van Rensum, Archbishop Murphy

University of Oregon, baseball

DIVISION II

Mimi Currah, Shorecrest

Saint Edwards University, women’s soccer

Ashtyn Falor, Lakewood

Central Washington University, softball

Emily Freeman, Snohomish

Central Washington University, track and field

Hailey Hiatt celebrates with her Arlington teammates after hitting a game-winning shot in a victory over Shorecrest on March 5 at the Tacoma Dome. Arlington won 50-49 to advance to the Class 3A Hardwood Classic semifinals. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Hailey Hiatt celebrates with her Arlington teammates after hitting a game-winning shot in a victory over Shorecrest on March 5 at the Tacoma Dome. Arlington won 50-49 to advance to the Class 3A Hardwood Classic semifinals. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Hailey Hiatt, Arlington

Western Washington University, women’s basketball

Elizbeth Hood, Glacier Peak

Colorado Mesa University, beach volleyball

Daxton Jensen, Glacier Peak

Westminster College (Utah), men’s lacrosse

Trevor Meldrom, Glacier Peak

Colorado Mesa University, men’s lacrosse

Nick Ramoso, Jackson

Seattle Pacific University, men’s soccer

Sarah Sewell, Jackson

Central Washington University, track and field

Tatum Smith, Lake Stevens

Concordia University, volleyball

Karli Tri, Lake Stevens

Western Washington University, volleyball

Caden Wynne, Snohomish

Colorado Mesa University, men’s lacrosse

DIVISION III

Ryan Cacatian, Mountlake Terrace

Occidental College, baseball

Jake Cleary, Stanwood

George Fox University, men’s basketball

Taras Fesiienko, Everett

Bates College, men’s basketball

Annika Lambott, Glacier Peak

Pacific Lutheran University, women’s soccer

Alex Lundin, Glacier Peak

Depauw University, men’s soccer

Samantha Skaggs, King’s

Linfield College, women’s basketball

Owen Wallace, Snohomish

Whittier University, men’s lacrosse

NAIA

Jordan Bartlow, Arlington

Eastern Oregon University, women’s soccer

Chelsey Goeden, Marysville Pilchuck

Waldorf University, women’s wrestling

Jersey Heiss was The Herald’s Girls Soccer Player of the Year in 2019. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Jersey Heiss was The Herald’s Girls Soccer Player of the Year in 2019. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Jersey Heiss, Arlington

Eastern Oregon University, women’s soccer

Glacier Peak senior Neomi MacMillan signed with the Northwest University women’s soccer program on Wednesday. (Photo courtesy of MacMillan family)

Glacier Peak senior Neomi MacMillan signed with the Northwest University women’s soccer program on Wednesday. (Photo courtesy of MacMillan family)

Neomi MacMillan, Glacier Peak

Northwest University, women’s soccer

Iliana Ramirez, Lakewood

University of Jamestown, women’s soccer

McKenna Ramoso, Jackson

Northwest University, women’s soccer

Caroline Sontra, Everett

Northwest University, women’s soccer

JUNIOR COLLEGE

Kaelyn Bundy, Kamiak

Edmonds Community College, women’s soccer

Jacob Burkett, Arlington

Tacoma Community College, baseball

Evan Canfield, Jackson

Edmonds Community College, baseball

Cole Cramer, Arlington

Linn-Benton Community College, baseball

Parker Cumberland, Meadowdale

Bellevue College, baseball

Zach Ediger, Jackson

Everett Community College, baseball

Jaxon Henderson (Photo courtesy of Henderson family)

Jaxon Henderson (Photo courtesy of Henderson family)

Jaxon Henderson, Glacier Peak

Columbia Basin College, baseball

Kiana Hinckley, Mountlake Terrace

Pierce College, volleyball

Ryan Kinney, Glacier Peak

Bellevue College, baseball

Casen Taggart (Photo courtesy of Taggart family)

Casen Taggart (Photo courtesy of Taggart family)

Casen Taggart, Everett

Centralia College, baseball

Reidar Vane, Arlington

Skagit Valley Community College, baseball

Tyson Willis, Glacier Peak

Everett Community College, baseball

Haily Winckler, Glacier Peak

Bellevue College, softball

If you know of other local athletes who have signed or have announced plans to continue their athletic careers in college, let us know by emailing sports@heraldnet.com or zhereth@heraldnet.com.

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