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College Athletic Commitments at Bolles 2-7-24
Lynch Watterson Stakem Englert
Bata Curtis Wolfe
Butler Hills Cole
Matson Campen
Binns Padgett Wasserman
Whittall Erlendsdottir Scott
Girls' basketball players being interviewed
Swimmer interviewed by media
College Athletic Commitments at Bolles – February 7

Eighteen Bolles student-athletes representing nine sports were honored on February 7 for committing to a particular college or university to continue their athletic and academic careers. See the complete list of student-athletes below.

Family, friends, classmates, coaches and faculty gathered in Davis Gym on the San Jose Campus to celebrate this well-deserved achievement. Athletic Director Matt Morris welcomed everyone and coaches introduced their respective athletes. Members of the local media were in attendance to cover the event as well.

The following Bolles student-athletes were honored:

Baseball
Aidan Lynch, Middlebury College

Men’s Basketball 
Garrett Watterson, Sewanee: The University of the South

Women’s Basketball
Hilary Englert, Furman University
Ella Stakem, Belmont Abbey College

Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field
Leila Bata, Amherst College
Zee Curtis, Florida State University (track and field only)
Presley Wolfe, Tulane University (track and field only)

Football
Garrison Butler, University of Cincinnati
Noah Cole, Gardner-Webb University
Christin Hills, Washington & Lee University
J.D. Matson, Washington & Lee University (lacrosse also)

Men’s Lacrosse
Ethan Binns, Grove City College
Jacob Campen, Denison University
J.D. Matson, Washington & Lee University (football also)
Kellen Padgett, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Women's Rowing
Sara Wasserman, Georgetown University

Men’s Swimming
Anthony Whittall, University of South Carolina

Women’s Swimming
Elizabeth Erlendsdottir, Georgia Institute of Technology
Keira Scott, University of Northern Colorado


This was the second of three college commitment ceremonies planned at Bolles this school year to recognize student-athletes as they commit to colleges. Another ceremony will be held in April.