On National Signing Day, May 4, three student athletes at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School signed their letters of commitment to participate in NCAA athletics next fall, as thier proud coaches and families looked on. Pictured left to right are Carson Greengrove (Soccer, Stevens Institute of Technology), sprinter Grace Hofferber (Track and Field, Wake Forest University), and pole vaulter Doug Young (Track and Field, Boston University).
Twenty student athletes at Red Bank Regional High School committed on May 1 to play sports at the colleges of their choice next fall. Pictured (top row, left to right) are Kevin Laughlin, Shrewsbury (football, University of Richmond); Josh Horowitz, Red Bank (baseball, Millersville University); Jack Mangold, Shrewbury (baseball, Colby College); Connor McCarthy, Shrewsbury (football, Ithaca University); Chris Brannagan, Little Silver (football, Rhodes University); Mason O’Mara, Shrewsbury (baseball, George Mason); Julia Nijnens, Little Silver (girls’ outdoor track, Sacred Heart University). Also (middle row, left to right) Kevin Paz, Little Silver (boys’ lacrosse, Wagner University); Kristen Haynes, Little Silver (girls’ cross country and outdoor track, Wake Forrest University); Edith Torres, Union Beach (girls’ cross country, University of Maryland, Baltimore County); Kelsey Ballard, Little Silver (swimming, College of New Jersey); Mary Vilardi, Little Silver (girls’ lacrosse, Susquehanna University); Emily Bynoe, Shrewsbury (girls’ lacrosse, Catholic University of America); Hannah Proodian, Red Bank (girls’ soccer, Alvernia University); and (front row, left to right) Omar Steward, Red Bank (football, Lakawanna Jr. College); Tyrese Morris, Red Bank (football, Western New England University); Jalen Willis, Neptune City (Misericordia University, football); Chris Outterbridge, Red Bank (football, Sacred Heart University). Not pictured: Ryan Humelsine, Neptune (boys’ cross country and outdoor track, Rensselaer University).
Pictured on National Signing Day are RFH High School student athletes (front row, left to right) Thomas Chapin, Grace Forsyth, Hannah LoSavio, Samantha Beaudreault, and Michael Shaw; (back row, left to right) Matthew Vecchiarelli, Nicholas Calabrese, Michael Murdock, Samuel Sapnar, Tyler Pierson, Timothy Leonard, and Michael O’Connor. (Not shown: Michael Ruane).
Press release from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School
Surrounded by proud coaches and family members during a National Signing Day ceremony on February 1, thirteen student-athletes from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School signed either National Letters of Intent or Commitments to participate in National Collegiate Athletic Association programs next year.
Following is a list of the RFH students and their programs:
Pictured above during the recent National Signing Day ceremony are 17 year old Red Bank Regional High School student athletes Mason O’Mara (left) and Kevin Paz (right). The Shrewsbury resident O’Mara signed on to play baseball for George Mason University next year, while Little Silver’s own Paz will play lacrosse for Wagner College.
Student athletes from Christian Brothers Academy who signed with Division I college programs on National Signing Day included (left to right) Drake Anzano of Toms River, Joseph Boyle of Avon, Nicholas Casner of Wall, Noah Yuro of Howell and Christopher Gotterup of Little Silver. Not pictured: Brendan Bodisch of Middletown. (photo by Larry Levanti/ CBA Athletics)
Press release from Christian Brothers Academy
On November 9, six student athletes from Christian Brothers Academy committed to continuing their academic and athletic careers at Division I colleges, during the first day of the National Letter of Intent early signing period.
Colts representing the Academy’s cross country, golf, lacrosse and track teams signed with their chosen institution on Wednesday, with five of those athletes taking part in the ceremony after school at CBA.
Sixteen student-athletes from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School took part in the recent National Signing Day. Surrounded by proud coaches and family members, they put pen to paper and made it “official” at an event held in the RFH Lower Library.
A list of the participating RFH students and their programs appears after the break.
On April 13, seven student athletes from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School took part in a National Signing Day event inside the RFH Lower Library, surrounded by proud coaches and family members. The students and their programs are Bram Bruno (University of Pennsylvania, Crew), Brendan Edwards (University of Delaware, Crew), Maren Gierlatowicz (University of Miami, Crew), Jeremy Johnson (Elizabethtown College, Lacrosse), Caroline Kostecky (Gettysburg College, Soccer), Zachary Rataski (Johnson and Wales University-Miami, Track and Field), and Brianna Worobel (Skidmore College, Soccer).
On National Signing Day, February 3, three student athletes from Red Bank Regional High School committed to play college ball. The students whose outstanding contributions helped shape the best football season RBR experienced in three decades, are (seated left to right in photo) wide receiver Sadiq Palmer, Red Bank (University of Massachusetts); defensive back Teddy Mitchell, Red Bank (Sacred Heart University); and defensive end Sean Naiman, Little Silver (Bucknell University).
Left to right: Red Bank Regional athletes Sam McPherson (soccer), Marissa Albano (track) and Dan Vilardi (lacrosse) signed to play Division I Sports for their accepted colleges on April 15, National Signing Day.
Press release from Red Bank Regional High School
On April 15, while millions of Americans were attempting to get a handle on their taxes from the year past, young athletes across the nation were looking to the future, during National Signing Day — among them a trio of sports standouts from Red Bank Regional High School.
RBR soccer midfield man Sam McPherson (Red Bank), lacrosse midfielder Dan Vilardi (Little Silver), and 800 meter/ mile runner Marissa Albano (Neptune City) all received scholarships to play Division I sports in college next year, making it official on Signing Day. The student athletes will be attending Sacred Heart University (Fairfield, CT), Chestnut Hill College (Philadelphia) and the University of Delaware (Newark, DE) respectively.
Four student-athletes from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School “made it official” by signing their Letters of Intent to participate in college football and soccer programs on National Signing Day, February 4. Pictured left to right are Charlie Volker (Princeton University Football), Grant Rataski (Bryant University Football), Meagan McGurl (Lafayette College Women’s Soccer) and Sam Eisenstadt (Elon University Football). Volker is one of four Shore Conference athletes who will play football in the Ivy League.
Press release from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School
Six student-athletes marked a milestone by signing National Letters of Intent at a ceremony on February 5, in the Lower Library of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School.
The National Letter of Intent serves as a binding agreement between student-athletes and their collegiate sports programs. The letter, signed on what is known as National Signing Day, marks the last step in the recruitment and commitment process.
Donald Bedell, who appears at number 23 in The Star Ledger list of “New Jersey’s Top 50 Senior Recruits”, will be a defensive end for the Rutgers University football team.
Bedell, who stands 6’4″ and weighs 230 pounds, made a verbal commitment to the Scarlet Knights in June 2013.
His RFH teammate Peter Righi, a 6’3″ 285-pound offensive lineman, signed his National Letter of Intent to play for Monmouth University in West Long Branch.