Eleven Culver Academies seniors and first-classmen officially announced their college choices on Wednesday, April 15, the first day for signing National Letters of Intent for spring. Only student-athletes committing to NCAA Division I and II are required to sign National Letters of Intent. Division III and Ivy League schools do not provide athletic scholarships.
Kaley Concannon (Longwood, Fla.) signed a National Letter of Intent to row at Stetson University, an NCAA DI school.
Tavia Maurovic (Windsor, Ont.) signed an NLI to play golf at Mercyhurst University, a D2 program.
Kyle Bennett (Culver) will play football and enter the engineering school at Ohio Northern University, a D3 school.
Mitchell Kokko (Madison, Miss.) will be a preferred walk-on for the University of Notre Dame fencing team. He will enter the Mendoza School of Business.
Rugby players Jeremy Dorrell (South Bend, Ind.) and Quentin Haley (Winamac, Ind.) will continue their careers at the University of New Hampshire and the University of Central Missouri, respectively.
One Prep hockey player, Spencer Cage (Carmel, Ind.), will play at Division III power Middlebury. Four other members of the Prep hockey will play juniors before heading for their choices. Karch Bachman has committed to Miami University (Ohio); Ian Murdoch (Western Springs, Ill.) will go to the United States Military Academy; Nick MacNab (Indianapolis) will attend Yale; and Dean Shatzer (Castle Rock, Colo.) has committed to Dartmouth.
To date, 18 student-athletes from the class of 2015 have announced they are taking their talents to the next level.