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17 EGUSD Students Sign College Letters Of Intent

17 EGUSD Students Sign College Letters Of Intent

Photo Credit: Elk Grove Unified School District

Seventeen students Elk Grove Unified School District signed NCAA National Letters of Intent on November 14th, 2018. With great pride, these students will be attending universities across the country with athletic college scholarships. Most noteworthy, NCAA scholarships distinguish these students for their hard work, both academically and athletically.

Of all the student-athletes, nine out of of seventeen played softball while the others played basketball, baseball, volleyball, or golf. Banners from the high schools draped the tables as the student-athletes signed their Letters of Intent. Parents stood proudly as they witness their teens sign with excitement and joy.

In the EGUSD, there are over 5,500 student-athletes who participate in a variety of high school sports. Important to note, of the thousands, only these seventeen received this distinguished NCAA sports scholarship.

Cosumnes Oaks High School Amaria Kelley Volleyball California State University, Fresno Jason and Kim Kelley Lisa Fowkes
Drew Rodriguez Softball California State University, Chico Mike Rodriguez and Tracey Anderson Lynda Bettencourt
Marisa Mauroschadt Softball Tennessee State University Herman Mauroschadt and Anita Mauroschadt Lynda Bettencourt
Elk Grove High School Angelica Cano Softball Idaho State University Sandra Cano and Ramon Cano Amanda Buck
Jack Colville Baseball United States Military Academy, West Point Jody Colville and John Colville Joseph Bellotti
Ariyana Miranda Softball University of California, Santa Barbara Melanie Miranda and Adan Miranda Amanda Buck
Cherish Nakagawa Volleyball California State University, Dominguez Hills Erik Nakagawa and Brooke Nakagawa Irv Ladines
Franklin High School Courtney Cervellin Golf Sonoma State University Ron Cervellin and Trisha Cervellin Ron Cervallin
Zach Meddings Baseball University of Nevada, Reno Brian Meddings and Kim Meddings Bryan Kilby
Grant Stevens Baseball University of the Pacific Mike Stevens and Brooke Stevens Bryan Kilby
Mackenzie Vega Softball California State University, Monterey Bay Pul Vega and Jodi Vega Ron Cervellin
Laguna Creek High School Naomi Drake Softball Mississippi Valley State University Jason Drake and Michelle Drake Rick Elkins
Sheldon High School Kaito Williams Basketball California State University, East Bay Tomoko Williams Joey Rollings
Josh Morgan Basketball California State University, Long Beach Mykeal Morgan and Donna Saunders Joey Rollings
Vianna Barron Softball Eastern Kentucky University Vicente Barron and Beatriz Jauregui Mary Jo Truesdale
Kenedi Brown Softball University of California, Davis Bill Brown and Heidi Brown Mary Jo Truesdale
Iselia Pestana Softball Oakland University Cody Pestana and Tani Gill Mary Jo Truesdale

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Dr. Sunny Le

Dr. Sunny Le is our News & Events Editor and has a passion for community engagement and helping the community grow. He is your local expert on what's happening in Elk Grove. His articles focus on community, events, local news, and local businesses to provide an entertaining read.

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