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11 St. Luke's Seniors Commit to College Sports

Daniel Clarke
St. Luke’s celebrated 11 more student-athletes on March 29 as they committed to various DI and DIII programs to continue their athletic careers in college.

Holden Brown - Old Dominion University (football), Lily Carre - Middlebury College (lacrosse), Chas Jones - Washington University (swimming), Pearse Connell - Sewanee (lacrosse), Aurora Levesque - Springfield College (softball), MJ Owens - Mt. Holyoke College (field hockey), Mark Dodaj - Hobart and William Smith Colleges  (football), Graham Findeisen - Franklin and Marshall College (football), Paul Genna - Gettysburg College (baseball), Nihaal Kochar - Haverford College (cricket).

Earlier this year, six St. Luke’s seniors signed National Letters of Intent to continue their own to continue their athletic careers: Alexandra Bacher (University of North Carolina – softball), Ava Weneck (Harvard University – crew), Chad Ruggiero (Colgate University – golf), Sienna Pilla (University of Georgia – equestrian), Kaya Weiskopf (Central Connecticut State University - basketball), and Marcues Jean Jacques ( West Virginia State University - football).
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