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By Steve Breazeale

Feb. 4 marked the first day football, soccer and men’s water polo athletes could sign their National Letters of Intent to commit to their college of choice. At San Clemente High School, 26 student-athletes took part in a signing day ceremony.

Here is the list of the Tritons student-athletes who signed or will sign their National Letters of Intent this year and took part in the ceremony.

Water Polo

Chase Hamming (Univ. of California Berkeley)

Golf

Alexandra Cooper (San Jose State), Sammy Schwartz (Univ. of Hawaii, Manoa)

Softball

Kelsey Horton (New Mexico State), Lauren Kane (Univ. of San Diego), Jordyne Prussak (Univ. of Chicago)

Football

Riley Whimpey (Boise State), Sam Darnold (USC)

Swim

Emily Gough (Seattle Univ.)

Soccer

Hailey Laub (Air Force Academy), Brittany Hundley (Jacksonville Univ.), Cole Martinez (UCLA), Blayne Martinez (UCLA), Sophia Spralja (Sarah Lawrence College), Santiago DiGiuseppe (Univ. of San Francisco).

Lacrosse

Max Lepley (Whittier College), Jack Renard (US Merchant Marine Academy)

Baseball

Kolby Allard (UCLA), Lucas Herbert (UCLA), Will Tribucher (Michigan), Trevor Beard (Purdue), Royce Jacobsen (Univ. of Hawaii, Hilo)

Volleyball

Matt August (UCI), Brandon Hopper (UC Santa Barbara), Natalie Knauf (Northwest Nazarene)

Sand Volleyball

Rebecca Dunne (USC)

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