Athletics Spring Signing Day

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are not able to honor our Seniors at our traditional Signing Day ceremony in the Brooks Center Gymnasium at Elizabeth Seton High School, but due to collaborative virtual efforts, we compiled a video of each girl “signing” her letter. Special thanks to our student-athletes and their families, coaches, Athletic Director Candy Cage ‘81 and Technology Teacher Emily Carroll ‘14 for their support in putting this together. 

Jaida Bynum, daughter of Andria Bynum, of Largo, will attend NCAA Division I Norfolk State University, Virginia, to play volleyball. 

From Jaida’s coach, Justine Murdock:

“Jaida  has been an amazing setter for all four of her years on Elizabeth Seton High School’s Varsity Volleyball Team. She will be missed greatly, but I know that she will run a great offense at Norfolk State. I am very proud of her accomplishments!” 

Shea Carroll, daughter of JoAnn and Peter Carroll, of Bowie, will attend Division I Loyola University Maryland  in the fall to pursue her soccer career.

From Shea’s coach, Brendon Gergoire:

“The Great Shea! You were a major part of our success last year. After missing your Junior season with a major ACL injury, you were determined from day one of the fall to leave a lasting mark on the Elizabeth Seton Soccer Program and as an elite student athlete. You had a fantastic season, including scoring the winning goals against Holy Cross and Bishop McNamara in the playoffs. Your leadership and vision will be missed for the seasons to come, and I am looking forward to hearing great things about you from Loyola University in Baltimore. Good Luck and Congratulations!”

Andrea Gerber, daughter of Carmen and Andrew Gerber, of California, MD, will continue her swimming career at Division III Salisbury University.

From Andrea’s coach, Alexis Donoghue:

“Andrea  is a student-athlete who is dedicated to both her academics and her sport. She is well prepared for the next chapter in her journey and will make Elizabeth Seton proud that she was a Roadrunner.”

Macy Granzow, daughter of Lara ESHS ‘86  and Matthew Granzow, of Glenn Dale, will continue her softball career at Division I UMBC.

From Macy’s coach, Rita Rahl:

“The Seton Softball program has been very fortunate to have had a member as talented as Macy Granzow. Always dedicated to the sport, Macy is an example to others of hard work and determination. Facing injury as a junior would have kept others down, but Macy used her injury to motivate her to come back even stronger. It will be Macy’s work ethic, both in the classroom and on the field, that will lead her to be a successful collegiate student athlete. Congratulations to Macy and the entire Granzow family!”

Janaye Monroe, daughter of Loretta and Anthony Monroe, of Mitchellville, will join the bowling team at Division II Belmont-Abbey College, North Carolina. 

From Janaye’s coach, Gregory Frazier:

“Janaye Monroe is an intelligent and gifted student athlete. She is a fearless and gracious competitor who has over the years grown to be a young woman with great potential and character, both as a bowler and student. Janaye represents all the qualities of engagement, compassion, and grace under pressure that the world needs in its future leaders.”

Stephanie Whiteman, daughter of Iliana and David Whiteman, of Greenbelt, will join the Crew team at Division I Seattle University, Washington.

From Stephanie’s coach, Cindy Cole:

“Stephanie has blossomed into a strong and dedicated team player. She has the good skills and enthusiasm to thrive with her new crew.”