Class of 2022 Early Signing Day

Congrats to our Raven student-athletes who signed early commitments to play their sport at the collegiate level next year. We are proud to support these seniors in their final seasons while at Sequoia and wish them all the best as they continue following their dreams!

Talia Tokheim

Talia will be playing softball at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln where she plans to major in Business. This year will be Talia’s 4th year on the varsity softball team at Sequoia. She earned all-league honors as a freshman and a junior and was co-MVP her junior year. Talia is ranked #17 by West Coast Preps. In club softball, Talia is ranked #44 nationally, made the all-tournament team at Nationals, led 16U Nationals in home runs, and was 2nd in RBIs. Talia says, “I would like to thank my coaches, family and friends, and teammates.”


Eleanor Power

Ellie will compete for the rowing team at Georgetown University where she plans to major in Science, Technology, and International Affairs. Ellie has been her team’s varsity captain since 2018, was an ODP attendee, and has had podium finishes that include Southwest Regionals, U17 National Championships, 2019 ODP Cup, USRowing Summer Nationals, and Head of the Charles. Ellie says, “I’d like to thank all of my coaches for pushing me every day to become a better athlete. I’d also like to thank my family and friends for supporting me throughout my athletic career and the recruiting process.”

Tristan Viviani

Tristan will be attending San Diego State University for men’s soccer. He plans to major in Business Real Estate. Tristan currently competes for the San Jose Earthquakes U-23 team. He was also named to the 2020 US Soccer Men's National Team U-17 and the 2021 US Soccer Men's National Team U-20 Revelations Cup Reserve Roster. Tristan is currently ranked #2 in Northern CA and Hawaii and #30 nationally. Tristan says, “I want to thank my parents (Michael and Alicia Viviani) and sisters (Brianna and Sophia) and brother Nicco) along with my grandparents (Diane Viviani and Ben Viviani who passed away when I was 13). I also want to thank my coaches, especially my current coaches from the Earthquakes, Luciano Fusco and Alex Covelo.”