Which DI Seniors are Coming Back in 2021?

(Photo Courtesy of Ohio State Athletics)

On Monday the NCAA Division I  Council voted to grant spring sport athletes an extra year of eligibility. And according to the NCAA’s ruling, the NCAA Division I Council has adjusted financial aid rules to allow teams to have more players on scholarship to account for incoming recruits.

Also, schools will be able to offer the same, less, or more aid to a player than they did this season. They also have the option to offer no aid. 

In wake of the NCAA’s ruling, seniors have decisions to make on whether they will comeback for a for an extra year or go pursue their post-collegiate plans. 

Here is team-by-team list of which seniors have made their decisions to return: 

Updated as of May 29th, 8:00pm

Bellarmine

Defenseman Brendan Fennell 

Defenseman Eric Rubak

Delaware

Attackman Charlie Kitchen

Defenseman Ryan Shaw

Jake Hervada

Georgetown

Attackman Jake Carraway

High Point

Midfielder Dalton Sulver

Hofstra

Attackman Ryan Tierney

Manhattan

Defenseman Rob Johnson

Defenseman Kelson Borisenko

Attackman Trevor Pelletier

Midfielder CJ Scharf

Brandon Grinnell

Luke Hanson

Marquette

Midfieder Connor McClelland

Midfielder Connor Henkhaus

Midfielder Ryan Fazio

Defenseman P.J. Cox

Marist

Midfielder Joe Tierney

Attackman Jake Weinman

Defenseman Sam Ahlgrim

Midfielder Wyatt Colangelo

Ohio State

SSDM Ryan Terefenko

Attackman Tre Leclaire

Defenseman Jeff Hendrick

Penn State

Attackman MacO’keefe

Defenseman Nick Cardile

Goalie Colby Kneese

Faceoff man Gerard Arceri

Defenseman TJ Connellean

Syracuse

Faceoff man Danny Varello

Goalie Drake Porter

SSDM Peter Dearth

Midfielder Jamie Trimboli

Wagner

Nic Ancona

Matt Cecchini

Matt McAnaney

Tim Schmidt

Do we have anyone missing? Let us know in the comment section, on social media, or through email.

 

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