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2024 Signing Day

17 Athletes Sign on National Signing Day

Providence was excited to celebrate with our student-athletes as they signed their National Letter of Intent to continue their athletics career at the collegiate level. We couldn’t be more proud of these student-athletes’ dedication and hard work in their sport & academics.

Baseball

Andrew Johnson- Gulf Coast State College

Kyle Powers- Jacksonville University

Donovan Rabiei – Santa Fe College

Mason Wortmann- Tallahassee Community College

Basketball

Chris Arias- Jacksonville University

David Fonville- High Point University

Caleb McAbee- Anderson University

Football

Jett Hood – The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Ben Turner- University of Memphis

Alex Wright – Sewanee: The University of the South

Lacrosse

Jacob Henley- Florida Southern College

Soccer

Caleb Col – Milligan University

Bryson Clarke- Howard University

Track & Field

Skyy Dixon- Duke University

Volleyball

Katelyn Baxley- Keiser University

Emily Collings- Jacksonville University 

Softball

Daci Sarver – Mars Hill University

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