Marysville Pilchuck High School basketball standout Raequan Battle (center) was scheduled to sign a letter of intent with the University of Washington on Wednesday. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Marysville Pilchuck High School basketball standout Raequan Battle (center) was scheduled to sign a letter of intent with the University of Washington on Wednesday. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

A list of local athletes signing with D-I or D-II schools

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 this week with NCAA Division I or Division II athletic programs, according to high school athletic directors. The signing period for all sports except football opened Wednesday.

DIVISION I

RaeQuan Battle, Marysville Pilchuck

University of Washington, men’s basketball

Kyra Beckman, Snohomish

Brigham Young University, women’s basketball

Kendall Curtis, Glacier Peak

University of Montana, softball

Erika Ellison, Archbishop Murphy

Saint Francis University (Pa.), women’s lacrosse

Olivia Finney, Shorecrest

Oregon State University, women’s rowing

Lily Fischer, Marysville Pilchuck

Murray State University, softball

Keile Hansen, Jackson

Boise State University, women’s soccer

Kaitlynn Knocke, Marysville Getchell

Seattle Pacific University, women’s soccer

Kacey LaBoda, Lake Stevens

Seattle University, women’s soccer

Iyanla Pennington, Jackson

Coastal Carolina University, softball

Sydney Petersen, Glacier Peak

University of Nevada, volleyball

Emily Rodabaugh, Archbishop Murphy

Northern Arizona University, women’s basketball

Taylor Roe, Lake Stevens

Oklahoma State University, women’s cross country and track

Olivia Skibiel, Jackson

North Dakota State University, women’s basketball

Ben Steck, Jackson

Oregon State University, baseball

Samuel Van Peursem, Cedar Park Christian

University of Washington, men’s track and field

Sarah Weatherhogge, Snohomish

Sacramento State University, women’s rowing

DIVISION II

Ethan Anastasi, Lake Stevens

Saint Martin’s University, men’s soccer

Harlee Carpenter, Glacier Peak

Central Washington University, softball

Brody Crook, Lake Stevens

Saint Martin’s University, men’s soccer

Grayson Giboney, King’s

Northwest Nazarene University, men’s golf

Isabelle Hansen, Snohomish

University of Bridgeport (Conn.), softball

Dominique Kirton, King’s

Biola University, volleyball

Lexie Klaudt, Archbishop Murphy

Central Washington University, women’s soccer

Gunnar Morehead, King’s

Saint Martin’s University, men’s soccer

Sarah Nielsen, King’s

Saint Martin’s University, women’s soccer

Kiana Pel, Lynnwood

Saint Martin’s University, volleyball

Macy Tarbox, Jackson

Western Washington University, softball

Jake Williams, Jackson

Seattle Pacific University, men’s soccer

Edna Yemane, Lynnwood

Saint Martin’s University, women’s soccer

If you know of other local athletes who have signed or plan to sign with Division I or Division II schools, let us know by emailing sports@heraldnet.com.

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