Barrington student signs letter of intent to play at Bryant

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Barrington High School student-athlete Jozef Jennings  signed his national letter of intent on Thursday afternoon — the local soccer standout committed to play his college ball at Bryant University.

Jozef was a second-team All-State selection and all-tournament pick in his junior season while helping the Eagles capture a state championship. He was a first-team All-State pick this year.

The midfielder scored six goals, tallied five assists and helped Barrington finish with a 11-1-2 record. The Eagles were eliminated in the quarterfinals of the playoffs this year.

Barrington also celebrated the accomplishments of senior runner Abigail Livingston — a standout performer for the indoor and outdoor track and cross country teams. On Thursday, Abigail shared her verbal commitment to attend Dartmouth College, where she will compete on the track and cross country teams.

Abigail was a four-time All-State selection in cross country — three times on the first team — and an anchor on the Eagles' championship 4x800 relay team. She took two official recruiting trips and chose Dartmouth over the University of Pennsylvania.

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