Three Mustangs Sign Letters of Intent to Play Athletics at the College Level
On November 14th, three Mustangs signed letters of intent to play athletics at the collegiate level: Ousseni Bouda '19, Suwaibatu Mohammed '19, and Henry Attias '19.
Ousseni Bouda '19 will be joining the Division I men's soccer team at Stanford University. Bouda has had an incredible career at Millbrook and owns Millbrook's career scoring record for goals scored (92). He is a two-time prep school All-Star and the 2017-2018 Gatorade National Boys Soccer Player of the Year. He led the Mustangs to two New England Prep School Athletic Council Class C finals, scoring all five of the goals in the last game of their 2018 season, which resulted in a championship title. During the 2017 season he scored 49 goals and passed for 4 assists, tallying 80-percent of the Mustang goals.
Suwaibatu Mohammed '19 will join the Division I women's soccer team at James Madison University. "In coaching the girls varsity soccer team at Millbrook for over 35 years, I have never coached a player who has had the offensive impact that Suwaibatu has had," said Head Girls Varsity Soccer Coach Gordie MacKenzie. Mohammed holds Millbrook's all-time scoring record for girls soccer with 49 goals and 27 assists—a total of 76 points scored throughout her Millbrook career. Adding to this distinction, Mohammed was named a WWNEPSSA All-Star twice and was named a NEPSAC Junior All-Star in 2017. Coach MacKenzie also noted Mohammed's superb leadership in strategy, skill, and character.
Henry Attias '19 will join the Division I men's lacrosse team at University of Hartford. “Henry’s thoughtful and mature journey to playing Division I lacrosse is inspiring," said Head Boys Varsity Lacrosse Coach Michael Williams. "His work ethic is relentless and his attitude is humble, yet fierce. I am so proud of Henry, and I look forward to all of his success at Hartford."