Red Bank Regional senior Jonathan Pierce of Shrewsbury (pictured above and below) made New Jersey sports history as the only high school athlete to achieve 1000 saves in both ice hockey and lacrosse.
Press release from Red Bank Regional High School
This year, Red Bank Regional High School senior Jonathan Pierce of Shrewsbury achieved a feat that no other athlete has in New Jersey history: he registered 1000 saves in the two sports of ice hockey and lacrosse.
Jon was subsequently named the New Jersey Sporting News Ice Hockey Player of the Year, in addition to achieving the status of lacrosse saves leader in the Shore Conference. He was also named second team all-division B North. A student in RBR’s Academy of Finance, Jon will go on to attend Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA this fall, on an academic scholarship where he will also play lacrosse.
While there is an official fall and winter signing day for Division I athletes, many other student athletes wait for May to decide where they wish to continue their education and athletic careers, including this group of student athletes from Red Bank Regional High School. Pictured back row, left to right are Ricky Wild of Belmar (Football, St. Anselm College), Jacob Curtis of Little Silver (Men’s Soccer, Monmouth University), Andrew DeRose of Shrewsbury (Men’s Outdoor Track, Rochester Institute of Technology), Tom Hinz of Allenhurst (Wrestling, SUNY Cortland), Brian Fagan of Little Silver (Men’s Lacrosse, Pace University), Michael Calao of Little Silver (Men’s Soccer, Loyola University), Righteon Johnson of Red Bank (Football, Kean University). Pictured front row left to right are Victoria Pierce of Shrewsbury (Rowing, College of the Holy Cross), Rachel Weir of Neptune City (Women’s Soccer, Penn State- Brandywine), Shea Cody of Shrewsbury (Women’s Cross Country, Pace University) and Katie Peter of Avon, (Field Hockey, Endicott College). Not pictured is Ryan Gilmartin of Little Silver (Men’s Lacrosse, Mt. Saint Mary’s College).