Three St. Anne's Belfield student-athletes have made plans to play in college.    Brianna Tinsley, Joe Robertson and Jayla Davis all signed national letters of intent on Monday.

Robertson signed with Duke lacrosse.   Robertson had a team-high 52 goals and 31 assists last year and will likely leave STAB as the school's all-time leading scorer.   Now he's getting ready to play in the ACC at Duke.

Robertson says, "They didn't say when I'll play.  They said nothing is given to you.  I just got to go down there and work as hard as I can and just create the most opportunities as I can for myself, but I'm definitely looking to go down there and win a national championship".

Tinsley has signed with the UVa women's basketball program.  Tinsley is a point guard who's a two-time All-State standout.  Tinsley's family is excited she's staying close to home.

Tinsley says about the UVa coaches, "They said I'll have a chance at starting and being the next point guard, but it's up to me".   Reporter:  How does that make you feel?  "Excited, like I want to get to work now".

Davis has signed with Sacred Heart in Connecticut for basketball.    Davis, who has also been a track star at STAB says Sacred Heart's style of play fit her well.

Davis says, "Their tempo is like STAB's tempo so it will be a good fit for me.  I can just jump in and do what I do.  Yeah it's fast, it's always fast".