STAB Senior Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

St. Anne’s-Belfield School Seniors Will Eppard, Allie Nicholson, and Miles Davis with their families.

Today, two St. Anne’s-Belfield School seniors signed National Letters of Intent. After entertaining offers from several Division I schools, Miles Davis has decided to attend Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pa. to play men’s lacrosse, and Allie Nicholson has decided to attend the University of Virginia as a member of the women’s rowing team. In addition, senior Will Eppard will be going to Stevenson University in Owings Mills, Md. to play men’s lacrosse.

The son of Will and Kristy Davis, Miles has been a standout in both football and lacrosse over the last three seasons. This fall Miles was named to the All-Old Dominion District Football Team; in 2011 Miles was an all-state defensive back. In Spring 2013, Miles returns to the lacrosse field as St. Anne’s-Belfield’s top scorer, beginning his third season as a starting attackman. During the 2012 lacrosse season, Miles scored 34 goals while dishing out 24 assists and picking up 38 groundballs, helping lead St. Anne’s-Belfield School to a Prep League championship and to be named the number one seed in the state tournament.

The daughter of Steve and Lorrie Nicholson, Allie is an exceptional athlete who has excelled on the St. Anne’s-Belfield volleyball court and twice been named to the All-LIS team. Allie led the STAB volleyball team the last two years, with 189 kills, 148 digs, and 38 aces this season. In 2011, Allie had 127 kills, 98 digs, and 38 aces. Although Allie had been recruited by many Division III schools for volleyball, she’s chosen to sign with the university that she has wanted to attend since her childhood.

The son of Randy and Margo Eppard, Will has been a three-sport standout athlete in football, basketball, and lacrosse over the last four years at St. Anne’s-Belfield School. This fall, Will was named to the Honorable mention All-Old Dominion District Football Team as a tight end. In Spring 2013, Will returns to the lacrosse field to lead as the team’s most-experienced defensive player.  This year, Will started every game at close defense and was one of the School’s top groundball players, picking up 53 during the 2012 season. 


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