On national signing day St. Francis athletes from left to right Meagan Bennet (El Dorado Hills), Softball, NLI w/ St. Mary's College
Lauren Bryan (Gold River), Lacrosse, NLI w/ Fresno State University
Kaitlyn Cozens (Sacramento), Water Polo, NLI w/ Michigan
Marisa Kolokotronis (Sacramento), Water Polo, Likely Letter w/ Brown join other students at the school as they sign their letters of intent on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012 in Sacramento, CA.
Bailey O'Mara, of Cameron Park, shows off her gear from the University of the Pacific where she will play softball after signing a letter of intent on national signing day at St. Francis with other classmates on Wednesday, Nov, 14, 2012 in Sacramento, CA.
Plenty of high school athletes playing boys and girls sports other than football are signing college letters of intent today, making public their choices of where to continue their athletic careers and educations. We will bring you the latest news and images from these signings.
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