Class of 2024 athletes continue college signings

Mahoney Daunic '24 will play baseball at Denison University and Olivia Schwarz '24 will swim for Middlebury College.
By Juanita I.C. Traughber, Director of Marketing & Communications

Two seniors committed to continuing their athletic careers at the college level before classmates, teammates, coaches, and families on Tuesday, March 5. During a signing ceremony held in the Gordon Multipurpose Room, Mahoney Daunic '24 announced he will play baseball at Denison University, and Olivia Schwarz '24 shared she will swim for Middlebury College.

They join peers Alima Kassim '24, who will run track at Vanderbilt University, and Ainsley Moore '24, who will play golf for Belmont University.
Click here to see photos from the signing ceremonies of all student-athletes to date this academic year. Additional student-athletes in the Class of 2024 are expected to make their decisions this spring. Click here to take a look at other recent USN alumni continuing their athletic careers collegiately.

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