Flyers Commit to College Sports

Flyers Commit to College Sports

More than 20 members of the Chaminade High School Class of 2019 have signed commitments to play college-level sports schools across the U.S. Upon graduation, they will enter baseball, crew, lacrosse, track and field, and soccer programs for their respective institutions.

Pictured from left to right:

First row: Dylan Ameres, track and field, Davidson College; John Darcy, lacrosse, The Catholic University of America; Liam Entenmann, lacrosse, University of Notre Dame; Reilly Gray, lacrosse, University of Notre Dame; Andrew Hammersley, soccer, Stonehill College.

Second row: Andrew Jenet, lacrosse, Furman University; Logan Koester, baseball, The George Washington University; Aidan Larkin, baseball, Hofstra University; Colin Lawless, soccer, Gettysburg College.

Third row: Brendan Lough, lacrosse, Bates College; Alexander Manolarakis, crew, Drexel University; William McCumiskey, lacrosse, SUNY Geneseo; Roy Meyer, lacrosse, Boston University; Patrick Mooney, lacrosse, The University of Scranton.

Fourth row: Kevin Pimental, lacrosse, University of Michigan; John Plumeri, crew, Yale University; Luke Roberts, lacrosse, Hamilton College; Peter Rocco, lacrosse, The University of Scranton.

Fifth row: Thomas Rogan, lacrosse, Dartmouth University; Tyler Sandoval, lacrosse, Princeton University; Nicholas Whiteman, lacrosse, Union College; Aidan Wrynn, lacross, SUNY Maritime College; Matthew Zito, lacrosse, The University of Scranton.

Mr. John Callinan '84, assistant principal of athletics and campus activities, said, "These young men have demonstrated exemplary skill and sportsmanship on the field and in the classroom. We will continue to root for our student-athletes from Chaminade to wherever their careers take them."

"Teamwork is paramount to everything our Flyers learn in athletics," said Bro. Thomas Cleary, S.M. '81, president of Chaminade. "All of these men practice every day to be better together – and that's what makes our Chaminade Family most proud of their accomplishments."

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