Soccer players sign the next four years of their lives

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Soccer players sign the next four years of their lives

Seniors Emma Gaggioli (left), Sean Sweeney (middle), and Edgar Pani (right) signed to play soccer for their colleges. Parents stood next to the athletes as they signed for their commitment.

Seniors Emma Gaggioli (left), Sean Sweeney (middle), and Edgar Pani (right) signed to play soccer for their colleges. Parents stood next to the athletes as they signed for their commitment.

Photo by Hector Cervantes

Seniors Emma Gaggioli (left), Sean Sweeney (middle), and Edgar Pani (right) signed to play soccer for their colleges. Parents stood next to the athletes as they signed for their commitment.

Photo by Hector Cervantes

Photo by Hector Cervantes

Seniors Emma Gaggioli (left), Sean Sweeney (middle), and Edgar Pani (right) signed to play soccer for their colleges. Parents stood next to the athletes as they signed for their commitment.

By Hector Cervantes, Reporter

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Soccer players committed to their respective schools and signed their letter of intent Wednesday.

Seniors Sean Sweeney, Emma Gaggioli and Edgar Pani signed their commitment in the athletic office while coaches, parents, and teammates watched.

“I signed to play at North Central College and I can’t wait to play on their team. It feels really good and I am excited,” Sweeney said.

Pani committed to play soccer at Olivet Nazarene College.

“I can’t wait to play for their team. It is a commitment that I am glad I took,” Pani said.

The coaching staff from Olivet Nazarene College accompanied Pani as he signed.

Gaggioli signed with Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne.

“I am very happy with my decision and I am excited,” Gaggioli said.