Sixteen NHS student-athletes sign Division I and II Letters of Intent

Sixteen student-athletes, wearing college apparel, stand in front of the Niskayuna High School stage.







With pens poised to sign, sixteen student-athletes from the Niskayuna class of 2017 were honored by Principal John Rickert as he read aloud their accomplishments, both athletic and academic. Family, friends, faculty, staff and coaches cheered as the students were announced to sign their Letter of Intent to attend Division I and II schools as the NCAA signing period began Wednesday, Nov. 9.

Signing a Letter of Intent often represents an opportunity for funding for tuition, room and board and other expenses over the next 5 years as they attend college.

Here are the student-athletes who signed their Division I and II Letters of Intent on Wednesday:

  • Max Burgio, Florida Southern, Men’s Lacrosse
  • Rebecca Curro, Richmond, Women’s Lacrosse
  • Michael Doxie, Boston University, Men’s Lacrosse
  • Gallagher Gregory, Manhattan, Men’s Lacrosse
  • Nick Insignia, Stony Brook University, Baseball
  • Katherine Molina, Syracuse University, Women’s Rowing
  • Jon Pfohl, Stony Brook University, Men’s Lacrosse
  • Margaret Pfeiffer, Cornell University, Women’s Rowing
  • Lucas Quinn, Syracuse University, Men’s Lacrosse
  • Austin Reihs, Southern New Hampshire, Men’s Lacrosse
  • Tyler Senecal, Coker College, Baseball
  • Emma Skumurski, Holy Cross, Field Hockey
  • Ryan Stewart, Pace University, Men’s Lacrosse
  • Erica Wasserbach, Le Moyne College, Women’s Soccer
  • Connor Wolff, Stony Brook University, Men’s Lacrosse
  • Margaret Wyngowski, Bucknell, Women’s Swimming