MIHS athletes sign national letters of intent

Twenty-four Mercer Island High School (MIHS) seniors signed national letters of intent on the afternoon of June 4 to play collegiate and university sports next year in a ceremony in the high school commons.

“Congratulations to all our talented athletes who are signing to compete in intercollegiate athletics,” said MIHS Athletic Director Lindsey Blaine. “Your dedication, hard work and passion have brought you to this exciting moment. We are incredibly proud of your achievements and cannot wait to see you shine at the next level. Best of luck on this new chapter of your athletic journey.”

The combined grade-point average of the female athletes is 3.81 and the combined grade-point average of the male athletes is 3.64.

Boys tennis

Connor Leung – Emerson College

Sam Dilworth – Colorado College

Girls golf

Lucia Morelli – University of Wyoming

Girls swimming

Piper Enge – University of Texas-Austin

Ella Grogan – Carleton College

Vivian Woare – Grinnell College

Boys swimming

Jack Sieckhaus – Washington University


Griffin King – Claremont College

Cole Krawiec – Pitzer College


Logan Remington – Simon Fraser University

Giovee Roque – Russell Sage College

Melena Wong – Dominican University of California

Boys lacrosse

Jack Levitt – Kenyon College

Henry Dumler – Connecticut College

Peyton Jordan – Middlebury College

Joe McCormack – Colby College

Girls lacrosse

Erica Kierstead – Trinity College

Girls basketball

Caitlin Monahan – University of Portland

Boys soccer

Nick Chou – Carleton College

Riley Cotton – Gonzaga University

Woody Brown – University of California San Diego

Girls soccer

Ella Martin – University of Idaho

Track and field

Sophia Fan – Macalester College

Quinn Shavey – Biola University