Montverde Academy is proud to announce that 22 student-athletes participated in the third National Signing Day, marking the first time that these high school seniors can sign a binding National Letter of Intent to play collegiate sports with their respective college or university that they have chosen. Collectively, student-athletes earned full and partial scholarships totaling more than $545,000.00.
Some of the National Letters of Intent that were signed included prestigious colleges such as Duke University, University of Pittsburg, University of Central Florida, Clemson University, University of Louisville, Florida Gulf Coast University, and more.
The MVA signing ceremony is usually held at the EdgeCenter for Sportsmanship and Wellness during the Upper School assembly. However, due to COVID 19 preventative measures, the signees took the opportunity to film their own honorary ceremonies back home with their immediate families. Check out this compilation video
of our signees.
"The entire Montverde Academy community congratulates our student-athletes and their families on their tremendous accomplishment," said Dr. Kasey C. Kesselring, Headmaster at Montverde Academy. "Despite what's going during these times, we take great pride in celebrating and recognizing each student athlete's national letter of intent as it is the culmination of many years of hard work and sacrifice. We wish our students continued success and look forward to watching them pursue their passion at the collegiate level."
Keegan Harvey - College of Charleston
Moses Moody - University of Arkansas
Erin Dumas - University of Evansville Caleigh
Rose West - University of New Orleans
Macoumba Ba - University of Louisville
Vinicius Belon - University of Pittsburgh
Hamady Dop - Clemson University
Marc Kouadio - University of Dayton
Santa Ihara - Duke University
Caue Novaes - University of West Florida
JP Soares de Souza - Boston University
Cesar Ripa - Temple University
Issaka Salifu - Oregon State University
Soshun Shigaki - University of Pittsburg
Ousmane Sylla - Clemson University
Mohamed Traore - University of Central Florida
Junior Welnilton - Virginia Tech
Eve Tsolakis - Lynn University
Thiago Negrao - Adelphi University
Olavo Neto - Wingate University
Eric Oncins - Florida Gulf Coast University
Livia Trindade - University of Massachusetts Boston