Bolles honors 11 student-athletes at college commitment ceremony


Eleven Bolles student-athletes were honored Nov. 8 for committing to a college or university to continue their athletic and academic careers.

Family, friends, classmates, coaches and faculty filled McGehee Auditorium on the San Jose campus to celebrate their achievements. Assistant athletic director Kelly Stevenson welcomed the crowd, and several coaches introduced their respective athletes.

The following Bolles student-athletes were honored:

Max Ferguson, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Austin Knight, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Women’s cross country/track and field
Mone't Bowen, Howard University
Caitlin Collier, Stanford University
Nia Guine-Herndon, Howard University 
Rachel Shapiro, Davidson College

Men’s swimming
Ariel Spektor, University of Southern California

Women’s swimming
Katherine Baker, Florida State University 
Julia Cullen, University of Alabama
Stefanie Mendizabal, University of Connecticut

Women’s volleyball
Anastasia Scott, Long Island University

This marks the first of four college commitment ceremonies to be held at Bolles this school year to recognize additional student-athletes as they commit to colleges.