Sacred Heart has four standout athletes sign letters of intent

Seniors from Convent of the Sacred Heart sign their letters on intent to compete at the college level. From left is Jacqueline Urbinati, Natalie Puente, Kirsten Parkinson and Emma Novick.

Seniors from Convent of the Sacred Heart sign their letters on intent to compete at the college level. From left is Jacqueline Urbinati, Natalie Puente, Kirsten Parkinson and Emma Novick.

Earlier today, Convent of the Sacred Heart had four seniors that signed their National Letters of Intent, on the first official early signing period to participate in Division I college sports programs.

Greenwich’s Natalie Puente, Stamford’s Kirsten Parkinson, New Canaan’s Emma Novick and Harrison, N.Y.’s Jacqueline Urbinati all signed their letters for top colleges and universities.

Puente, who excelled for the Tigers in crew, will be competing in the fall for the University of California. Parkinson will be diving for the University of Virginia, while Novick will be playing for the Lafayette College lacrosse team. Urbinati will be traveling north and will play tennis for Boston College.

Sacred Heart hosted the official signing ceremony in the office of Head of School Pamela Juan Hayes on November 12 with the four students and their parents and coaches in attendance. According to athletic director Kelly Stone, this was a record number of Sacred Heart students signing National Letters of Intent in one period, said Kelly Stone, athletic director.

“We are thrilled and excited for our seniors who have signed a binding agreement to compete at the Division I level for top college teams, and we wish them well,” said Pamela Juan Hayes, the head of school for Convent of the Sacred Heart.

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