In The Colleges
University of Mary Washington:
Alyssa Smallridge, Pawcatuck; Olivia Smith, Mystic.
Georgia Institute of Technology:
James Baker, Chester.
Zachary Davis, Ledyard; Katherine Liggio, Old Saybrook; Allison Londregan, New London; Christine Durkee, Salem; Nicole Caulkins, Old Lyme; Alina Beebe, East Lyme; Nicole Dupuis, Norwich.
Edward Benfield, Mystic; Claire Nelson, Stonington; Morgan Wilson, Stonington.
Taylor Beck, Old Saybrook; Kaitlyn Bouthillette, North Providence; Adam Camilleri, Chester; William Griffin III, Groton; Justin Litwin, Colchester; James McNamara Jr., Clinton; Mallory Ozycz, Old Saybrook.
Erinn Amell, Colchester; Stephanie Archambault, Colchester; Crystal Arnott, Salem; Christopher Bayreuther, Niantic; Kristen Church-Reed, Preston; Daniel Corthell, Colchester; Kristen Deptulski, Mystic; Brittany Dishon, Ledyard; Lindsay Eurto, Lebanon; Sarah Granata, Colchester; Matthew Hall, Oakdale; Katherine Havens, New London; Crystal Henry, Westbrook; Kimberly Hersey, Colchester; Natasha Izquierdo, Groton; Katelyn Kononchik, New London; Samantha Lee, Colchester; Evelyn Lisee, Norwich; Kristina Malits, Colchester; Kelsey McIsaac, Clinton; Courtney McKelvey, Colchester; Trisha Mirante, Colchester; Stephanie Pofok, Lebanon; Samantha Prentiss, Colchester; Roxanne Punzalan, Uncasville; Kathryn Racicot, New London; Nicole Riemer, Preston; Katherine Rodriguez, Groton; Maria Ruggieri, Niantic; Karen Smith, Bozrah; Tammy Sousa, Niantic; Rebecca Strielkauskas, Lebanon; Katelyn Trask, Baltic; Melina Villegas, Colchester; Henry Witt, Taftville.
Courtney Simmons, East Lyme; Jennifer Murray, New London.
Western New England University:
Kayley Ackley, Groton; Anthony Basilica, New London; Avery Clark, Mystic; Catariny DePina, Norwich; Megan Fitzgerald, Uncasville; Ryan Gazlay, North Stonington; Kaylene Hersey, Colchester; Dylan Kniska, Colchester; Lauren LaChance, Norwich; Sean McAllister, Lebanon; Stephen Odell, Groton; Joseph Parsons, Norwich; Joseph Walz, Groton.
The College of Saint Rose:
Adam Pacecca, Pawcatuck.
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