Kamiak’s Sarah Brachvogel will play volleyball at Seattle Pacific University next season. (Photo provided by Brachvogel family)

Kamiak’s Sarah Brachvogel will play volleyball at Seattle Pacific University next season. (Photo provided by Brachvogel family)

A list of local athletes set to play sports in college

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

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. 13.

What exactly are student athletes signing on national signing day?

DIVISION I

Leah Anderson, Monroe

University of Georgia, women’s equestrian

Brooke Barnes, Monroe

Utah Valley University, volleyball

Owen Bishop, Arlington

South Dakota State University, baseball

Cutter Buchea, Meadowdale

Washington State University, baseball

Mikhaela Cortez, Oak Harbor

University of Texas-San Antonio, women’s soccer

Lauren Crossley, Oak Harbor

North Carolina State University, rifle

Alejandro Flores, Lake Stevens

Auburn University, men’s swimming & diving

Kylie Foutch, Lake Stevens

Santa Clara University, women’s soccer

Brock Gillis, Cascade

University of Washington, Baseball

Alli Hansen, King’s

Grand Canyon University, women’s beach volleyball

Emily Henningsen, Glacier Peak

University of Oregon, women’s acrobatics & tumbling

Katherine Houghton, Meadowdale

Central Connecticut State University, softball

Ashley Jacobson, Glacier Peak

Stony Brook University, softball

Brooke Jordan, Archbishop Murphy

Seattle University, softball

Matt King, Glacier Peak

University of Alabama, men’s swimming & diving

Irena Korolenko, Cedar Park Christian

Seattle University, women’s basketball

Calvin Kremer, Glacier Peak

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, men’s swimming & diving

Lauren Lewis, Marysville Pilchuck

University of California-Santa Barbara, softball

Case Matter, Jackson

University of Washington, baseball

Savanna Neuman, Lake Stevens

Gonzaga University, rowing

Raigan Reed, Lake Stevens

Boise State, women’s basketball

Jensyn Smith, Arlington

Washington State University, women’s rowing

Elli Straume, Kamiak

Arizona State University, women’s swimming & diving

Aviry Stratton, Glacier Peak

South Utah Univeristy, cross county and track & field

Cole Warner, Arlington

University of Northern Colorado, baseball

Jayden White, Everett

University of Washington, track & field

DIVISION II

Sarah Brachvogel, Kamiak

Seattle Pacific University, volleyball

Katie Cheng, Jackson

California State Polytechnic University-Pomona, women’s soccer

Sergio Pelayo, Lake Stevens

Colorado Mesa University, men’s lacrosse

Phoebe Schultz, Glacier Peak

Dixie State University, softball

Grace Wales, Snohomish

Western Washington University, women’s soccer

DIVISION III

Kassidi Dean, Jackson

Pacific Lutheran University, softball

Julia Dillon, Jackson

Whitworth University, softball

Ian Mahler, Lake Stevens

University of Northwestern State-St. Paul, men’s basketball

Paige Wilson, Jackson

Pomona-Pitzer College, volleyball

NAIA

Rebecca Nowak, Jackson

Arizona Christian University, women’s beach volleyball

JUNIOR COLLEGE

Joe McBride, Cascdae

Everett Community College, baseball

Devin MacWatters, Lake Stevens

Everett Community College, baseball

Ben Vanderweyst, Lakewood

Skagit Valley Community College, baseball

Jeremy Vierra, Jackson

Centralia Community College, baseball

Hunter Zielasko, Lake Stevens

Skagit Valley Community College, baseball

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.

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