Roxbury Student-Athletes Sign NCAA Division Letters

It’s another great day to be Gael! In the past week, 22 Roxbury High School student-athletes signed letters of intent to compete at the NCAA collegiate level.


Roxbury Athletic Director Stuart Mason congratulated these athletes for their hard work in giving themselves the opportunity to compete at the next level. He shared with the students and their families at an outdoor signing ceremony, “Only about seven percent of all high school athletes move on to compete at any level.”


Adding, “You giving yourselves the opportunity is a testament to the hard work and a testament to the job your parents and family did in supporting you. We wish you the best of luck next year!”


Congratulations to the following Gaels for signing their NCAA commitment letters:


  1. Max Annis – York College (Track & Field)
  2. Andres Castro – Arizona State University (Gymnastics)
  3. Emily Christiansen – Kutztown University (Lacrosse)
  4. Thomas Conselyea – Lycoming College (Wresting)
  5. Paige Donnelly – Kutztown University (Softball)
  6. Joseph Eible – Mercer County College (Lacrosse)
  7. Nathaniel Hajel – Moravian College (Cross Country/Track & Field)
  8. Sarah Hills – Indiana University (Cheer)
  9. Emily Honig – Eastern University (Soccer)
  10. Kyle Jenkins – Penn State Harrisburg (Ice Hockey)
  11. Morgan Joyce – York College (Soccer)
  12. Tyler Keyes – Clarkson University (Lacrosse)
  13. Matthew Knapp – Lycoming College (Wrestling)
  14. Victoria Koenig – SUNY Maritime (Lacrosse)
  15. Franco Mazza – Ursinus University (Wrestling)
  16. Juliana Medini – Lasell University (Volleyball)
  17. Tori Peia – Shenandoah University (Soccer)
  18. Ciara Rodriguez – Centenary University (Soccer)
  19. Brandon Salmon – Centenary University (Soccer)
  20. Alexandra Schulz – Sacred Heart University (Cheer)
  21. Matt Seminara – Roger Williams University (Baseball)
  22. Nicholas Thomas – Rowan University (Ice Hockey)


These student-athletes are joining the nationally recognized programs, many for Division 3 programs in ten different sports.

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