Santa Fe Christian athletes sign letters of intent


This month, 14 seniors from Santa Fe Christian Schools in Solana Beach signed athletic letters of intent to play sports at colleges or universities across the country. Feb. 4 marked the first day for all prospective student-athletes to sign a National Letter of Intent with participating schools within the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

These SFC students have committed to the following schools and sports:

• Will Blackburn, CSU, Monterey Bay; soccer

• Ben Hamel, Colorado School of Mines; football

• Kristen Cole, Point Loma Nazarene University; soccer

• Ali Whiting, Princeton University; soccer

• Jake Bailey, Stanford University, football

• Carter Roberts, Wheaton College; football

• Max Gardner, Cornell University; football

• Samuel Ray, University of Puget Sound; football

• Elie Adamson, Olivet Nazarene University; volleyball

• Casey Castillo, University of Hawaii; volleyball

• Kelly Clanton, University of San Diego; softball

• Cole Acosta, North Carolina State University; baseball

• Dillon Paulson, University of Southern California; baseball

• Tyler Stephens, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; baseball

Other SFC student-athletes are expected to commit as the deadline nears for most sports in August.