Seniors Announce Plans For 2014-15

National Signing Day ~ National Letter Of Intent

Initial Track and Field and Cross-Country signings: February 5, 2014.

Final Track and Field and Cross Country signings: August 1, 2014

Please check back as new athletes will be added when their signing or choice of school is announced. HOME


| Albany | Ashwaubenon | Algoma | Arrowhead 1 | Arrowhead 2 | Arrowhead 3 | Arrowhead 4 | Arrowhead 5 |

| Bay Port | Berlin | Brookfield Academy | Brookfield Central | Brookfield East | Brown Deer | Clinton 1 | Clinton 2 |

| Dodgeville-Mineral Point 1 | Dodgeville - Mineral Point 2 | East Troy | Franklin 1 | Franklin 2 | Hayward | Hudson |

| Janesville Craig 1 | Janesville Craig 2| Kenosha Tremper 1 | Kenosha Tremper 2 | Kettle Moraine | Kimberly |

| Middleton | Milwaukee Rufus King 1 | Milwaukee Rufus King 2 | Neenah 1 | Neenah 2

| Osceola 1 | Osceola 2 | Pardeeville | Rice Lake | River Falls | Slinger | Two Rivers | Union Grove | University Lake School |

| Wauwatosa East | Wauwatosa West | West Bend West 1 | West Bend West 2 | West Bend West 3 |

| West Bend West 4 | West Bend 5 | Whitefish Bay 1 | Whitefish Bay 2 | Wisconsin Lutheran | Wrightstown |

This feature is an ongoing project. Coaches and parents are encouraged to send information to Wisconsin Track Online so that I can share the news about an athletes plans for their future college experience. Although I will not compile the daily lists for 2014 I still plan on promoting the positives and accomplishments of track and field athletes through the use of features with photographs on the Wisconsin Track Online website. D Figi ~ December 4, 2013

According to the NCAA Eligibility Center which oversees the operations of the National Letter of Intent program the National Letter of Intent has many advantages to both prospective student-athletes and participating educational institutions:
  • Once a National Letter of Intent is signed, prospective student-athletes are no longer subject to further recruiting contacts and calls.
  • Student-athletes are assured of an athletics scholarship for one full academic year.
  • By emphasizing a commitment to an educational institution, not particular coaches or teams, the program focuses on a prospective student-athlete's educational objectives.

Most colleges that offer NCAA Division I and II athletic scholarships use the NLI. Ivy League institutions and the service academies (Army, Navy, etc.) participate in Division I athletics but offer no athletic scholarships. No Division III schools, NAIA schools, junior colleges or preparatory schools are members of the NLI Program. However, many NAIA institutions and junior colleges do use a Letter of Intent, implemented either by the national association, their individual conferences, or even individual schools. When athletes announce that they will attend a Division III or NAIA school for athletics Wisconsin Track Online would also like to include that information in the Seniors Announce Plans feature. Send information.