Panther Athletes Class of 2021 Commitments
Peninsula High School is proud to announce the senior athletic commitments of the following outstanding young men and women. They have represented our school in the best possible way and we wish them future success.
Colton Beaudoin - Men's Lacrosse - College of Wooster
From his parents: "We are extremely proud of Colton's passion, commitment and grit as he realizes his goal to play NCAA men's lacrosse. Go Wooster Fighting Scots!"
From Colton: "I'd like to announce my commitment to play men's lacrosse at the College of Wooster. I can't express how thankful I am for Coach Goeller, my Parents, my teammates, and my friends who have guided me and pushed me everyday. Lacrosse has taught me to work hard and be a good person on and off the field. GO SCOTS!"
Julia Kate Bradley - Softball - Bowdoin
"Peninsula softball has been a home for me since I first joined the program as a freshman. Coach Hall and all the girls have created a supportive environment that I am so grateful to be a part of. I hope to end my senior year by getting on the field with the team one more time!" Coach Hall: "JK is a tireless worker, an intense competitor, and a great teammate. Our softball program will reflect her influence long after she graduates. I could not be more proud of her Panther career and excited for her Polar Bear career."
Kimmi Hance - Women's Tennis - UCLA
"So proud to officially be a Bruin! So grateful for everyone who helped me get here."
Greyson Leach - Men's Golf - Oregon
Coach Van Enk: "Greyson has been an integral part of the varsity golf team since his freshmen year. He brings a tireless work ethic balanced with an even tempered attitude to a team that has won a league title in each of his seasons. The University of Oregon is fortunate to be getting such an accomplished player."
Ewan Macfarlane - Cross County and Track & Field - UCLA
"I am excited to have this amazing opportunity to continue running at one of the most competitive schools in the country both academically and athletically. I am so thankful for all the help from my friends and family who without their support I would not have been able to make it as far as I have. I would also like to thank Coach Foster, Coach Slattery, and Coach Nishimi for all their hard work in training me and creating the athlete I am today."
Eli Somers - Baseball - Stevens Institute of Technology
"I'm excited to be going to Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ. I'll be majoring in Quantitative Finance and playing baseball. Go Ducks!" From Coach Nicholson: "Eli's physical development has really unfolded. We knew he could play the minute he stepped on this campus and his hard work and dedication to his craft and his teammates is evidence that he will get chance to play college baseball. We are extremely excited for Eli and his family and look forward to following Eli at SIT he earned it"