The first day of the fall signing period for football and soccer was Feb. 1. Many signed on the dotted line to make their college commitments official, including student-athletes from New Berlin Eisenhower, New Berlin West and Muskego.

Here's a rundown of signees from each school.


Football: Jorin McGuire, Drake (Division 1, FCS); Mitch Suderland, UW-Whitewater (Division 3)

A four-year starter, McGuire is the ninth player from Muskego over the past 10 years to go on and play football at the Division 1 level. He has been accepted into Drake's pre-pharmacy program and is looking to obtain the school's six-year doctor of pharmacy degree. McGuire received Drake's Presidential Scholarship Award for $17,000 per year for four years and an additional $6,350 gift aid for the first year.

Suderland, who started three years at Muskego, is the 39th Warrior player over the past nine years to go on to play college football. Muskego will have 11 alumni playing college football next season, including Peter Roy (Wisconsin), Sam White (Minnesota), Brett Finke (North Dakota), Ryan Tobin (North Dakota), Jeff Schweitzer (Cabrillo (Calif.) College), Ryan Borton (Minnesota State), Caiden Ryg (UW-Oshkosh), Ryan Albee (UW-Stevens Point) and Jordan Gruettner (UW-Whitewater)

Women's soccer: Taylor Tabbort, UW-Milwaukee (Division 1); Leah Bolskar, Truman State (Division 2); Taylor Simkowski, UW-Oshkosh (Division 3)

New Berlin Eisenhower

Football: Michael Keller, Minnesota-Mankato (Division 2); Adam Lancaster, UW-Platteville (Division 3)

Keller was a first-team All-Woodland West selection at offensive line and Lancaster a first-team pick on the defensive line in 2016

Men's soccer: Jacob Olp, UW-Platteville (Division 3)

Women's soccer: Claire Popp, Augsburg (Minnesota) College (Division 3)

New Berlin West

Football: Tony Gress, Wisconsin Lutheran (Division 3)

Gress earned first-team All-Woodland West at linebacker as a senior in 2016.