Flyers Sign College Sports Commitments

Flyers Sign College Sports Commitments

More than 30 members of the Chaminade High School class of 2018 have signed commitments to play college-level sports at nearly two dozen schools. Upon graduation, they will enter baseball, crew, lacrosse, soccer, golf, and swimming programs for their respective institutions.

Pictured from left to right:

First row: Matthew Ahearn, Connecticut College, lacrosse; Nicholas Aubry, Stony Brook University, basketball; John Bennett, Rochester Institute of Technology, rowing; Nicholas Biscardi, Quinnipiac University, baseball; Andrew Bonafede, Duke University, lacrosse; Angelo Bovino, Franklin & Marshall College, golf; Aidan Byrnes, United States Military Academy, lacrosse; Brandon Cossaro, LIU Post, lacrosse.

Second row: Michael Dell'Unto, Fairleigh Dickinson University, baseball; Timothy de Meij, Adelphi University, soccer; Matthew Dochnal, University of Delaware, rowing; Connor Fitzgerald, Union College, football; Trevor Foti, Iona College, swimming; Ian Gallagher, United States Naval Academy, rowing; Colin Hanley, Wesleyan University, football and lacrosse; Nicholas Jaskolski, Sacred Heart University, baseball.

Third row: Patrick Kavanagh, University of Notre Dame, lacrosse; Will Kusnierek, Princeton University, lacrosse; Sean Kuttin, Yale University, lacrosse; Kieran Laurie, College of the Holy Cross, lacrosse; Kevin Lynch, University of Notre Dame, lacrosse; Frank Marinello, Duke University, lacrosse; Christopher Martello, State University of New York at Geneseo, lacrosse; John McDonald, Yale University, rowing.

Fourth row: Jacob Neumann, University of Delaware, rowing; Christopher Nicholas, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Dermot Quinn, College of the Holy Cross, lacrosse; James Rapp, College of the Holy Cross, rowing; Tyler Ryan, Stevens Institute of Technology, lacrosse; Aidan Ryder, United States Merchant Marine Academy, football and lacrosse; Jake Sexton, Wesleyan University, lacrosse; Anthony Tangredi, Lehigh University, lacrosse.

Not pictured: Jack Peluso, Creighton University, baseball.

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."