Signing Day for Three Milford High School Athletes

Three students at Milford High School signed letters of intent Wednesday to attend colleges or universities next year.

Three Milford High School students signed their letters of intent Wednesday to accept scholarship packages and participate in athletics at the University of New Hampshire, Assumption College and Brown University.

Lauren Hanna will play softball for Brown University; Kelsey Pratt will play soccer at the University of New Hamsphire; and Patrick Corcoran will play football at Assumption College.

Hanna, 17, who plans to study political science and then go on to law school, said Brown was her first choice, once she visited the campus in Providence. The application process for the athletic commitment took about two to three months.

Corcoran, 18, met several of the coaches at Assumption this past summer, at a camp organized in Milford. He's excited about continuing to play next year, said Corcoran, an offensive lineman for the Scarlet Hawks. He plans to major in education and history, and wants to become a teacher and a coach.

Pratt, 17, focused her search for the right school on southern New Hampshire, and was thrilled when UNH, in Durham, contacted her with an athletic package. She plans to major in psychology. "I'm very excited," she said.

In addition to the three seniors who signed on the National Signing Day, the first day they could have signed the letters, four other students at Milford High School have signed, or plan to sign, letters of intent to continue playing athletics in college.

They are: Kevin Bradley, swimming, for University of Notre Dame; Siania Campbell, track and field, at the University of Central Florida, and Rachel Levine, softball, for Boston University and Shannon Smith, softball, for the University of Kentucky.

Silvana Colabello February 06, 2013 at 11:52 PM
Congratulations to all and Good Luck!


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