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M-A honors their student-athletes on National Signing Day

Justin Anderson, who will be playing football at Washington State next season, was one of 16 Menlo-Atherton student-athletes honored by the school on national signing day Wednesday.

Uate Uhila, who played football with Anderson, will play rugby at California, the most decorated program in the nation.

The Bears are sending four soccer players to the next level in Miguel Tostado, Wilson Eisner, Antony Commissaris and Charlie McKay.

Jake Albro (baseball) Ethan Mimeles (track and field/cross country) are also moving on.

The eight girls include a pair of volleyball players in Natalie Grover and Marit Hoyem, two crew in Ava Honerkamp and Jacqueline Kelly, and one each in tennis (Allison Browne), swimming (Nikola Marakovic), track and field/cross country (Lena Kalotihos) and lacrosse (Audrey Koren).

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The complete list:

Girls

Audrey Koren, Oberlin College, lacrosse

Marit Hoyem, Williams College, volleyball

Lena Kalotihos, Sarah Lawrence, track and field/cross country

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Natalie Grover, Dartmouth, volleyball

Ava Honerkamp, Brown, crew

Jacqueline Kelly, California, crew

Nikola Marakovic, Williams College, swimming

Allison Browne, undecided, tennis

Boys

Justin Anderson, Washington State, football

Uate Uhila, California, rugby

Miguel Tostado, UC Santa Barbara, soccer

Wilson Eisner, Cornell, soccer

Jake Albro, Pomona-Pitzer, baseball

Ethan Mimeles, Elon, track and field/cross country

Antony Commissaris, Oberlin College, soccer

Charlile McKay, USF, soccer

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M-A honors their student-athletes on National Signing Day

Uploaded: Wed, Feb 5, 2020, 8:35 pm

Justin Anderson, who will be playing football at Washington State next season, was one of 16 Menlo-Atherton student-athletes honored by the school on national signing day Wednesday.

Uate Uhila, who played football with Anderson, will play rugby at California, the most decorated program in the nation.

The Bears are sending four soccer players to the next level in Miguel Tostado, Wilson Eisner, Antony Commissaris and Charlie McKay.

Jake Albro (baseball) Ethan Mimeles (track and field/cross country) are also moving on.

The eight girls include a pair of volleyball players in Natalie Grover and Marit Hoyem, two crew in Ava Honerkamp and Jacqueline Kelly, and one each in tennis (Allison Browne), swimming (Nikola Marakovic), track and field/cross country (Lena Kalotihos) and lacrosse (Audrey Koren).

The complete list:

Girls

Audrey Koren, Oberlin College, lacrosse

Marit Hoyem, Williams College, volleyball

Lena Kalotihos, Sarah Lawrence, track and field/cross country

Natalie Grover, Dartmouth, volleyball

Ava Honerkamp, Brown, crew

Jacqueline Kelly, California, crew

Nikola Marakovic, Williams College, swimming

Allison Browne, undecided, tennis

Boys

Justin Anderson, Washington State, football

Uate Uhila, California, rugby

Miguel Tostado, UC Santa Barbara, soccer

Wilson Eisner, Cornell, soccer

Jake Albro, Pomona-Pitzer, baseball

Ethan Mimeles, Elon, track and field/cross country

Antony Commissaris, Oberlin College, soccer

Charlile McKay, USF, soccer

— Palo Alto Online Sports/Paul Snow

Comments

Anonymous
Menlo Park
on Feb 6, 2020 at 3:49 pm
Anonymous, Menlo Park
on Feb 6, 2020 at 3:49 pm
1 person likes this

FYI, Nikola Marakovic is a guy.


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