Mercer Island High School conducted a signing day ceremony for its collegiate bound student athletes on March 19 in the Mercer Island High School commons. Athletes moving on to compete at the collegiate level consist of Stew Vassau (lacrosse-University of Utah), Cole Miller (baseball-University of Washington), Natalie Wilson (softball-Loyola Marymount University), Lina Winiski (rowing-Washington State University), Alex Kaczor (soccer-Central College), Jordan Snyder (soccer-University of Oregon), James Richardson (swimming-Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Grace Fujinaga (lacrosse-University of Pennsylvania), Donnie Howard (lacrosse-Boston University), Ryan Payne (lacrosse-Illinois Wesleyan), Brandon Wong (tennis-University of Washington), Blake Robertson (soccer-University of Puget Sound), Matthew Capone (soccer-Northwest Nazarene), Maggie Baker (track-Brown University) and Teague Conder (baseball-Whitman College).
                                Photo courtesy of Craig Degginger

Mercer Island High School conducted a signing day ceremony for its collegiate bound student athletes on March 19 in the Mercer Island High School commons. Athletes moving on to compete at the collegiate level consist of Stew Vassau (lacrosse-University of Utah), Cole Miller (baseball-University of Washington), Natalie Wilson (softball-Loyola Marymount University), Lina Winiski (rowing-Washington State University), Alex Kaczor (soccer-Central College), Jordan Snyder (soccer-University of Oregon), James Richardson (swimming-Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Grace Fujinaga (lacrosse-University of Pennsylvania), Donnie Howard (lacrosse-Boston University), Ryan Payne (lacrosse-Illinois Wesleyan), Brandon Wong (tennis-University of Washington), Blake Robertson (soccer-University of Puget Sound), Matthew Capone (soccer-Northwest Nazarene), Maggie Baker (track-Brown University) and Teague Conder (baseball-Whitman College). Photo courtesy of Craig Degginger

Islanders signing-day ceremony features a plethora of athletes

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Mercer Island High School conducted a signing-day ceremony for its collegiate bound student athletes on March 19 in the Mercer Island High School commons.

Athletes moving on to compete at the collegiate level consist of Stew Vassau (lacrosse-University of Utah), Cole Miller (baseball-University of Washington), Natalie Wilson (softball-Loyola Marymount University), Lina Winiski (rowing-Washington State University), Alex Kaczor (soccer-Central College), Jordan Snyder (soccer-University of Oregon), James Richardson (swimming-Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Grace Fujinaga (lacrosse-University of Pennsylvania), Donnie Howard (lacrosse-Boston University), Ryan Payne (lacrosse-Illinois Wesleyan), Brandon Wong (tennis-University of Washington), Blake Robertson (soccer-University of Puget Sound), Matthew Capone (soccer-Northwest Nazarene), Maggie Baker (track-Brown University) and Teague Conder (baseball-Whitman College).

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