Lowcountry students sign letters of intent to play in college

  • Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Student-athletes at Lowcountry high schools will be signing national letters of intent Nov. 13 to play their respective sports in college.

Two Bishop England students will be signing their letters of intent at 2 p.m. in the school library.

Matthew Adams will be signing with the University of Alabama for swimming,

Michele Boykin will be signing with Hillsdale College of Michigan for girls basketball.

Wando High School has three students moving on to the collegiate level in their sports.

They will sign their letters of intent at 9 a.m. in the Palmetto Room.

Megan Kingsley will sign with the University of Georgia for swimming.

Dirk Bell will sign with Yale University for swimming.

Savannah Hallman will sign with Charleston Southern University for golf.


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