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Providence Day School celebrates five student-athletes signing their National Letter of Intent

Providence Day School celebrates five student-athletes signing their National Letter of Intent

Charlotte, NC – May 10, 2019 - Providence Day School celebrated five student-athletes signing national letters of intent committing to play at the college level. Today’s signing included three student–athletes continuing to jump and run track, one to play volleyball, and one to play squash.  Olivia Hee and Adam Roupas will be running track. Olivia at Princeton University and Adam for Williams College. Kelechi Eziri will be taking his long jump and triple jump skills to Amherst College. Rebecca Dunaief will continue playing volleyball at Oberlin College and Chotoo Amin will join the Brown University squash team next year. Everyone signed their letters in front of family, coaches, faculty, and students in the theater of the McMahon Fine Arts Center on the Charger campus.

Chotoo Amin – Squash – Brown University
Rebecca Dunaief – Volleyball – Oberlin College
Olivia Hee – Track and Field – Princeton University
Kelechi Eziri – Track and Field – Amherst College
Adam Roupas – Track and Field – Williams College