Loyola seniors show their intent to play college sports
Student athletes at Loyola High School participated in Letter of Intent Day on Nov. 9 by writing letters confirming their collegiate commitments in multiple sports other than football, soccer and men’s water polo. The participating students in the baseball program were Blake Beers (University of Michigan), Stephen Burke (Amherst College); Joe Fortin (University of Rhode Island); Christian Gambale (Air Force Academy); and Timmy Post (Columbia University). Students in the lacrosse program included Niko Econn (Air Force Academy); Nick Mohler (St. John’s University); Ryder Mora (University of Maryland); Mason O’Hanlon (Babson College); Jonathan Partamian (Syracuse University); and Joe Theuer (Tufts University).
(photo by Nicolas Salinas, The Loyalist)
Students Mike Kelly (Columbia University) from the track and field program, and Will Bantle (Penn State University), Ian Parish (UCLA) and J.P. Reilly (Stanford University) represented Loyola’s volleyball program.
Loyola High School is the oldest continuously run educational institution in Southern California. The school is committed to providing a rigorous college-preparatory education to young men who leave the school prepared for leadership and service to the community. Loyola High School is located at 1901 Venice Blvd. For information, visit www.loyolahs.edu.