Congratulations to Madison Foxhoven ’23 and Madison Nadolenco ’23 who both signed a National Letter of Intent for a collegiate sport on November 9, National Signing Day. Madison Foxhoven will be playing soccer at Duke University, currently ranked seventh in the U.S., and Madison Nadolenco will compete as an equestrienne for the University of Georgia, which is ranked fifth in the nation. National Signing Day has traditionally been the first day that a high school senior can sign a binding National Letter of Intent for a collegiate sport with a school that is a member of the United States National Collegiate Athletic Association.
With their families, friends, coaches, teachers, and counselors in attendance, both Madison and Madison were excited to pick up their pens in the Paul Family Athletic Center to make their commitments to their respective schools. This was especially exciting as they have been friends since pre-school. Madison Nadolenco began at Viewpoint in Kindergarten and Madison Foxhoven joined her in Sixth Grade.
In their remarks, both Head of School Mark McKee and Travis Kikugawa, Director of College-bound Athletes, spoke of the persistence required to become an elite athlete and praised both young women and their families for their dedication to making their lofty dreams become a reality.
We could not be more proud of both of them and wish them every success on the field and in the arena!