Round Rock ISD student-athletes took the next steps towards becoming collegiate athletes by signing early letters of intent. When student-athletes sign a National Letter of Intent, they have officially committed to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. The National Letter of Intent is issued to prospective student-athletes with a scholarship.

Congratulations to these hard-working and talented student-athletes.

Cedar Ridge High School

Ryan Elvin – basketball – University of Houston
Paetynn Gray – basketball – California State University, Northridge
Avery Fischer – soccer – Sam Houston State University
Yasmin Parker – soccer – U.S. Air Force
Nia Spicer – volleyball – Bethune-Cookman University
Jada Taylor – volleyball – Grambling State University
Ryleigh Ward – softball – Concordia University

McNeil High School

Payton Marvin – swimming – Auburn University
Bailey Schuler – volleyball – Emerson College
Reagan Shelgren – volleyball – Simpson College
Sadie Shipman – beach volleyball – Stephen F. Austin State University

Round Rock High School

Lauren HerrNeckar – softball – East Central University, Oklahoma
Taylor Holman – softball – University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
Madison Johnson – softball – Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
Jaaucklyn Moore – basketball – University of the Incarnate Word
Christina O’Dwyer – swimming – Long Island University
Vincent Ribeiro – swimming – Texas A&M University
Collin Sullivan – football – Purdue University
Lauren Traywick – soccer – Baylor University

Stony Point High School

Gabby Adams – softball – Tyler Junior College

Westwood High School

Caleb Farris – swimming – American University
Kiana Graham – tennis – Southern Methodist University
Emma Greene – swimming – Rollins College
Maddie Gillispie – volleyball – University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
Zoe Menendez – volleyball – University of the Incarnate Word
Audrey Quesnel Рvolleyball РNorthwestern  State University