Pine Crest School Student-Athletes Commit to Play their Sport in College

Twenty (20) Pine Crest School student-athletes from the Class of 2019 committed to playing ten sports at the collegiate level today.
"This is a special day for our student-athletes, and we are very proud of their athletic achievement," said Jeff Johnson, Pine Crest School Athletic Director. "Getting to this point requires hard work, dedication, and at times, handling adversity on and off the field. These student-athletes have balanced conditioning, practices, and competitions with a challenging academic workload. We are proud to know that they plan to represent Pine Crest at the collegiate level."

Congratulations to the following student-athletes, their families, and their coaches:

Brian Anderson ’19, Football, Williams College
Daniel Gale ’19, Tennis, Yale University
Mitch Gray ’19, Baseball, University of Chicago
Alexa Jacques ’19, Rowing, Harvard University
Kadin Katsch ’19, Football, Carnegie Mellon University
Natalie Klar ’19, Soccer, Emory University
Cassie Lawlor ’19, Cross Country, Washington University in St. Louis
John Meany ’19, Baseball, Wake Forest University
Gabriel Ortega ’19, Cross Country, Babson College
Jabari Owens ’19, Cross Country, University of Chicago
Lauren Pollock ’19, Rowing, Tufts University
Sami Restrepo ’19, Softball, Clark University
Alexandra Rios ’19, Rowing, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Chris Russo ’19, Baseball, University of Chicago
Molly See ’19, Swimming, Bucknell University
Jacob Silberman ’19, Swimming, Williams College
Ishani Singh ’19, Diving, Yale University
Demi Snyder ’19, Tennis, Harvard University
Hannah Virgin ’19, Swimming, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

These 20 students join Maddie Fowler ’19, who signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) to play volleyball at Rice University, bringing the number of college-bound athletes from the Class of 2019 to 21. More Pine Crest student-athlete commitments are expected to be announced in April 2019.