Fall 2022 National Letters of Intent

Congratulations to senior Isabel Sullivan who took the next step towards becoming a collegiate athlete by signing a National Letter of Intent with the University of Nevada, Reno basketball program.

“We are tremendously proud of Izzy and her dedication to basketball,” Athletic Director Stacey Stoutt said. “Her work ethic is unmatched and truly impressive. We look forward to following her journey in Nevada!”

A ceremony was held in the Eastside Catholic Athletic Pavilion on November 9 to celebrate Isabel’s accomplishments.

A National Letter of Intent is a binding agreement issued to prospective student-athletes with full-time financial aid for one year. Prospective student-athletes who are enrolling for the first time in a four-year institution are able to sign a National Letter of Intent. Those who start academically at a four-year institution and then transfer to a two-year college also are able to sign a National Letter of Intent if they plan on entering another four-year institution.

The NCAA Eligibility Center manages the daily operation of the National Letter of Intent program, which began in 1964 and now has 676 Division I and Division II institutions, and the Collegiate Commissioners Association provides governance.

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