Miller Place Student Athletes to Continue their Athletic Careers in College

District holds Spring National Letter of Intent signing for 13 students

The Miller Place School District recently held its Spring National Letter of Intent signing event for 13 student athletes who will continue their athletic and academic careers after graduation. Students displayed pride in their future schools by wearing sweatshirts and other apparel with their colleges’ names and logos.

“We are so proud of these talented and skilled student athletes. We are confident they will excel in their future athletic endeavors,” said Superintendent of Schools Seth Lipshie.

Jack Kiernan and Dominic Falino, both members of the Miller Place High School boys’ baseball team, will be continuing their baseball careers at SUNY Cortland and Fairleigh-Dickinson University, respectively.

Lacrosse players Natalia Altebrando and Caden Stubba will be representing Stony Brook University and St. Joseph’s University, respectively. 

Football players Edward Haeffer and Nick Oliva will be teammates again for Utica University; Edward will also join the track team.

Additionally, Ella Neyland will join the equestrian team at Lynchburg College, Kylie Hoffmann will play field hockey for SUNY Oneonta, Katie Doherty will be joining the soccer team at SUNY Oneonta, Zander Klaric will join the swimming team at Le Moyne College, Shanna Wolfe will be joining the cheerleading team at Long Island University, Dominic Cahill will play golf for Coker University, and Robert Cunningham will join the wrestling team at SUNY Cortland.

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Miller Place High School student athletes Jack Kiernan, left, and Dominic Falino signed their National Letters of Intent.
Edward Haeffer, back-left, Dominic Cahill, Nick Oliva, Robert Cunningham, Caden Stubba,
Ella Neyland, front left, Kylie Hoffmann, Katie Doherty, Natalia Altebrando, Zander Klaric and Shanna Wolfe signed their National Letters of Intent.