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Students commit to college athletics

Andrew Ezell '18 lines up for the snap against Hinsdale Central. Ezell will attend Highland Community College.

Andrew Ezell '18 lines up for the snap against Hinsdale Central. Ezell will attend Highland Community College.

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The Class of 2018 has 41 student athletes committed to continuing their athletic career next year at 37 different schools. The most common sport is football with students committed from Division I (D1) to Community College (JuCo). Congratulations to all of the future college athletes; remember LT when you are famous.

 

Louis Banda: Football -University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (D3)

Ryan Barker: Basketball -Loras College (D3)

Mickey Brown: Football -Minnesota State (D2)

Emily Campanelli: Lacrosse -Delaware State (D1)

Kendall Cassidy: Volleyball -Assumption College (D2)

Henry Claesson: Swimming -Virginia Tech (D1)

Cameron Cowan: Water Polo -University of Pacific (D1)

Maddie Dixon: Swimming -DePauw University (D3)

Andrew Ezell: Football -Highland Community College (JuCo)

Emma Fink: Volleyball -Providence College (D1)

Mae Guzlas: Volleyball -Carthage College (D3)

Charlie Hall: Soccer -Carleton College (D3)

Charles Harders: Cross Country & Track -Miami University of Ohio (D1)

Cat Johnson: Soccer-University of New Mexico (D1)

Nicolette Jones: Volleyball -Duquesne University (D1)

Emma Jurusik: Hockey -Northeastern University (D1)

Danny Kilrea: Cross Country & Track -University of Notre Dame (D1)

Daniel Lada: Lacrosse -Aurora University (D3)

Bryce Moskiecwitz: Baseball -University of Pittsburgh (D1)

Bella Lestina: Soccer -Loyola University-Chicago (D1)

Nick McColgan: Basketball -Central College (D3)

Matt Molloy: Volleyball -Dominican University (D3)

Charlie O’Connor: Football -Indiana University (D1)

Cara Paliakas: Cross Country & Track -Purdue University (D1)

Sunsiree Phipps: Track & Field -Alabama A&M University (D1)

Matt Piento: Baseball -Lewis University (D2)

Abbey Pouba: Lacrosse -University of Chicago (D3)

Ryan Prylinski: Lacrosse -Mars Hill University (D2)

Joie Reisch: Tennis -Lewis University (D3)

Nate Rusk: Football -Butler University (D1)

Sean Ryan: Volleyball -Ohio State University (D1)

Sara Salvino: Soccer -University of Chicago (D3)

Kevin Skonning: Football -Wayne State University (D2)

Sonia Slusarczyk: Track -Miami University of Ohio (D1)

Torie Stotz: Gymnastics -University of Illinois (D1)

Kaysie Stuba: Water Polo -Villanova University (D1)

Jack Suedbeck: Golf -Loras College (D3)

Demetri Triantafel: Tennis -Illinois Wesleyan University (D3)

Jeffrey Vitek: Swimming -Johns Hopkins University (D3)

Spencer Walker: Swimming -University of Alabama (D1)

Sydney Wallace: Softball -Robert Morris College (D3)

 

The list was compiled with information from LT’s website as well as students represented.

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