Six student athletes were honored at the Roxbury Latin School Wednesday on National Letter of intent signing day, including BC-bound quarterback Mackay Lowrie.
Last season, Lowrie was ISL MVP, NEPSAC Division C Player of the Year, a member of the All-State 26 team, and a selection for the Mass Shriners All-Star game after passing for 2,311 yards and 35 touchdowns. Lowrie finished his career with 4,739 yards and 61 touchdown passes (both school and ISL records).
Myers, who will play at Bentley University, was an two-time All-ISL selection and was also selected to the Mass Shriners All-Star game. He finished the season with 50 receptions for 782 yards and 15 touchdown receptions.
Also signing his NLI was Foxes soccer standout Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu, who will play at Harvard. The Bellingham resident ended up with 13 goals and nine assists on the season. Wheeler-Omuinu has been a member of the Mass Olympic Development team and the US Soccer Federation Region 1 team for 4 years. He was First Team All-League and All-State last year (as a junior) and was also an All-New England selection by the NSCAA.
Roxbury Latin’s committed collegiate athletes are:
Mackay Lowrie (Foxborough), Football – Boston College
Sean Myers (Foxborough), Football – Bentley
Patrick Barry (West Roxbury), Soccer – Washington & Lee
Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu (Bellingham), Soccer – Harvard
Brandon Bowman (Foxborough), Lacrosse – Air Force
Will O’Sullivan (Needham), Baseball – Wesleyan