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Archbishop Stepinac Athletes Make College Choices Official On Signing Day

Brandon Coleman signs to attend the Naval Academy. The Archbishop Stepinac senior is joined by his parents. He lives in Yonkers.
Brandon Coleman signs to attend the Naval Academy. The Archbishop Stepinac senior is joined by his parents. He lives in Yonkers. Photo Credit: Contributed
Archbishop Stepinac athletes are joined by their family and school coaches and officials as they sign letters of intent to play college sports on Wednesday.
Archbishop Stepinac athletes are joined by their family and school coaches and officials as they sign letters of intent to play college sports on Wednesday. Photo Credit: Contributed
Malcolm Major of Archbishop Stepinac is joined by his mother as he signs to attend Assumption. Major lives in Yonkers.
Malcolm Major of Archbishop Stepinac is joined by his mother as he signs to attend Assumption. Major lives in Yonkers. Photo Credit: Contributed
Chris Jordan of Yonkers-, joined by his mother, will attend Fayetteville State University.
Chris Jordan of Yonkers-, joined by his mother, will attend Fayetteville State University. Photo Credit: Contributed
Gavin Heslop of Yonkers will attend Stony Brook University. He is joined by his parents.
Gavin Heslop of Yonkers will attend Stony Brook University. He is joined by his parents. Photo Credit: Contributed
Dwayne Scott of Yonkers will join the University of Rhode Island.
Dwayne Scott of Yonkers will join the University of Rhode Island. Photo Credit: Contributed
Damarcus Miller of New Rochelle signs to attend Stony Brook. He is joined by his parents.
Damarcus Miller of New Rochelle signs to attend Stony Brook. He is joined by his parents. Photo Credit: Contributed

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Archbishop Stepinac athletes made their college commitments official on National Signing Day on Wednesday.

Eight of Stepinac's nine college-bound seniors are football players who helped the Crusaders finish 12-1 win their first ever Catholic High School Football League title.

Robert O'Toole, a lacrosse player headed for Division III Nazareth College, was the other athlete who was part of the festivities, joining the following football players:

  • Brandon Coleman, U.S. Naval Academy
  • Dante Ezkiel Francis, The College of Brockport State University of NY
  • Gavin Heslop, Stony Brook University
  • Chris Jordan, Fayetteville State University
  • Malcolm Major, Assumption College
  • Damarcus Miller, - Stony Brook University
  • Dwayne Scott,  University of Rhode Island

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