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Seven Seton Students Sign Letters of Intent
Seven Seton Students Sign Letters of Intent

Seniors Maiya Chapman, Taylor Clayborne, Georgia Coleman, Jasa Curry, Kayla Little, Grace Reavis and Danielle Rochester were honored at a recent Signing Day ceremony in the Brooks Center Gymnasium at Elizabeth Seton High School.

Chapman, daughter of Sherlita and Will Chapman of Glenn Dale, will attend Salisbury University in the fall to continue her Track & Field career. Chapman is a four-year member of Seton's WCAC Championship Track and Field team, receiving honors as one of the premiere throwers in the league.

Clayborne, daughter of Trinice and Anthony Clayborne of Upper Marlboro, will attend the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore to play basketball. Clayborne received WCAC Basketball All-conference honors in her junior and senior years. This season, as the team's lone Senior and Team Captain, she was second in scoring and the team leader in rebounds per game. Clayborne also played for the Premier Sports Performance Academy (PSPA) Rams and Team Takeover, for which she was the MVP in the Adidas Rumble in the Bronx tournament. Clayborne also received her Gold Award as a member of the Girl Scouts of America.

Coleman, daughter of Deborah and George Coleman of Bowie, will continue her Track and Field career at Towson University. Also a four-year member of the WCAC Championship Track and Field team, Coleman is one of the top throwers in the State. Coleman is also a distinguished Seton Scholar and a member of the National Honor Society. Georgia follows her sisters, Seton Alumnae Olivia '12 and Lauren '15.

Curry, daughter of Rhonda and Kyle Curry of Ellicott City, will continue her soccer career at Louisiana State University Eunice. A transfer student, Curry played two years at Elizabeth Seton, receiving WCAC All-Conference honors in her junior year, and continues to play outside of her high school commitment for MDUnited FC located out of Bowie, MD. Curry is also a member of the Onyx club and National Honor Society.

Little, daughter of Faye and Anthony Little of Bowie, will continue her Track and Field career at Adelphi University in Garden City, NY. Little participated in all four years of the Indoor and Outdoor Track Nationals. Little also participates in Seton's Onyx and Diamonds clubs, this year being an instrumental presence in the Diamonds Fashion Show.

Reavis, daughter of Lisa and Mike Reavis of Bowie, will swim for Indiana University of Pennsylvania next fall. In addition to swimming for Seton, Grace was also a member of the Rockville-Montgomery Swim Club and Machine Aquatics. Reavis earned Prince George's County All-County honors in swimming for her Junior and Senior years and is also a member of the National Honor Society. Reavis' sister, Emily, is a 2015 graduate of Elizabeth Seton.

Rochester, daughter of Nicole and Darryl Rochester of Glenn Dale, will continue her Track and Field career at the University of Delaware, as an intended Psychology major. Rochester dedicates her time outside of her athletic commitment to singing in her church choir.

Congratulations, Roadrunners!