Congratulations to our Fall All-Mets and Football Seniors on Early Signing Day!

Twelve student-athletes were named to Washington Post All-Met teams for their outstanding play this fall. Here is the list of honorees:

Cross Country
2nd Team:  Cullen Capuano '20, Gavin McElhennon '20

First Team: John Marshall '19
  • The Washington Post wrote: “Navy commit finished with 997 receiving yards and 12 touchdown catches, including the game-winning Hail Mary grab in the WCAC championship game.
First Team: Joseph Weté ’19 
  • The Washington Post wrote: “Oklahoma commit was a constant threat for the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champions, recording six sacks, one interception and three forced fumbles.
First Team: Caleb Williams ’21
  • The Washington Post wrote: “Sophomore led the Eagles to their first WCAC championship since 2002, throwing for 2,624 yards and 26 touchdowns, including the last-second, 60-yard game-winner in the title game.
2nd Team:  Luke Petitbon '20

Honorable Mention: Aaron Davis '19, Olu Fashanu '20, Sean Johns '19, Hunter Stewart '19, Sam Sweeney '19

2nd Team: Ryan Elie '19

Also, congratulations to the eight football Eagles who have committed to play at the next level--seven of them at D1 colleges. The following group of seniors participated in early signing day on December 19 by sending in their Letters of Intent to their chosen college or university:  

Justin Ball - Vanderbilt University 
Aaron Davis - United States Naval Academy
Dean Engram - University of Wisconsin 
Sean Johns - James Madison University 
John Marshall - United States Naval Academy
Joshua Morris - Dickinson University 
Hunter Stewart - University of Virginia 
Joseph Weté  - University of Oklahoma 

Congratulations to all! 
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