Cabrini Student-Athletes sign to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NEW ORLEANS – Three Cabrini student-athletes from the Class of 2021 signed their National Letter of Intent in May 2021 to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.
Loyola University of New Orleans
Cross Country / Track and Field
4-Year Cabrini Cross Country Team Member
4-Year Letterman in Cross Country
4-Year Cabrini Track and Field Team Member
4-Year Letterman in Track and Field
Jaylin St. Martin
5-Year Cabrini Volleyball Team Member
4-Year Letterman in Volleyball
Fairmont State University
4-Year Cabrini Softball Team Member
3-Year Letterman in Softball
“During this challenging year of meandering through the different COVID-19 restrictions while competing in athletics, these young women adapted to the modifications and persevered,” said Cabrini Athletic Director Kirk Maronge. “Not only in completing all their respective sports seasons, but they were able to do so very successfully and finished their high school careers by continuing their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level.”
Each college signee received a custom signing poster that included their name, class year, their photo, the name of their college or university, and their new mascot. They also each received a personalized cake to take home to share with their family and friends and had an opportunity to take photos in front of the Cabrini backdrop.
“I am extremely proud of these young women and their achievements, and I look forward to watching their growth at the collegiate level,” Maronge added.
Cabrini High School is a private, accredited, college preparatory Catholic school for young women grades 8-12. Selective admission, an award-winning science program, and championship-caliber athletics produce the complete woman prepared for college and life. The intimate atmosphere provides an environment of one-on-one instruction and personal attention. For more information, please visit www.cabrinihigh.com; email email@example.com or call 482-1193.
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