Eight Los Alamitos High School athletes revealed their college plans on Signing Day, the first day that students could sign letters of intent to commit to play for college teams.
The major signing so far this year involved Griffins water polo star Rachel Fattal’s decision to play for UCLA.
High school senior athletes in Orange County, as well as across the nation, began signing NCAA national letters of intent on Wednesday, in the sports of basketball, baseball, softball, tennis, volleyball, swimming/diving, girls water polo, wrestling, golf, lacrosse, ice hockey, crew and gymnastics
The signing period for all other sports will begin Feb. 1 and concludes on April 1 for football and Aug. 1 for soccer, boys water polo, track and field, cross-country and field hockey. There is no “early” signing period for these sports.
- Megan Carrol for signing with Gonzaga University in the sport of Rowing.
- Rachel Fattal for signing with UCLA to play Water Polo.
- Kirsten Ferramola for signing with Azusa Pacific University for Tumbling and Acrobatics.
- Lindsey Lawmaster for signing with the University of Minnesota to play Volleyball.
- Jessica Mosbaugh for signing with Pepperdine University in the sport of Swim.
- Troy Rawlings for signing with UCSB to play Baseball.
- JoJo Schnabl for signing with the University of North Carolina to play Volleyball.
- Jaylen Villanueva for signing with UCSB to play Volleyball.
- Miranda Zsigmond for signing with Southern Methodist University in the sport of Rowing