Bolles honors its student athletes who have committed to colleges to continue athletic and academic careers

Bolles honors its student athletes who have committed to colleges to continue athletic and academic careers
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Twenty-one Bolles student-athletes are being honored for committing to a particular college or university to continue their athletic and academic careers. While the school is not able to honor these students in the typical ceremony on campus, Bolles celebrates their accomplishments and wishes them well in their college careers.

The school created the following page on the Bolles website to honor these students: https://www.bolles.org/celebrating-seniors/college-athletic-commitments-at-bolles-april-15-2020


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Honoring the following Bolles student-athletes:

Boys’ Crew

Alexander Bryan, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Stone Henderson, University of California, San Diego

Mario Vargas, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University


Girls’ Crew

Cate Haskell, Princeton University

Rayna Kuthiala, Boston University

Salma Shaalan, Clemson University

Girls’ Diving

Kathryn Teofilo, Kenyon College


Football

Chris Commander, Washington and Lee University

Colson Cronk, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Jeremiah Johnson, Keiser University

Sam Levin, Elon University

Ben Netting, Marist College

Will Netting, Marist College

Andre Parker, Monmouth College

Kenny Samuels, Oberlin College

Girls’ Lacrosse

Marley Barton, Sewanee: The University of the South

Lauren MacGregor, Warren Wilson College

Boys Soccer

Alonso Munoz, Northeastern University

Boys’ Swimming

Jack Hattery, University of Delaware

Jackson Kirk, Florida Atlantic University


Girls’ Swimming

Ashley Khoo, George Washington University

This is the third of three college commitment recognitions at Bolles this school year. Ten students were honored in a ceremony on November 13 and 12 were honored on February 5. The compiled list from all three ceremonies is below.

2019-20 College Athletic Commitments at Bolles:

Baseball

Chance Moore, Daytona State College


Boys’ Crew

Alexander Bryan, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Stone Henderson, University of California-San Diego

Mario Vargas, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University


Girls’ Crew

Cate Haskell, Princeton University

Rayna Kuthiala, Boston University

Salma Shaalan, Clemson University

Girls’ Cross Country/Track and Field

Alice Creed (track and field), Haverford College

Helena Kummings, Emory University

Laine Roberts (track and field), Vanderbilt University


Football

Elias Batten, Long Island University

Simon Brackin, Princeton University

Chris Commander, Washington and Lee University

Colson Cronk, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Jeremiah Johnson, Keiser University

Sam Levin, Elon University

Ben Netting, Marist College

Will Netting, Marist College

Andre Parker, Monmouth College

Kenny Samuels, Oberlin College


Girls’ Golf

Chloe Schiavone, University of Notre Dame


Gymnastics

Jenna Mulligan, University of Michigan


Girls’ Lacrosse

Marley Barton, Sewanee: The University of the South

Lauren MacGregor, Warren Wilson College


Boys’ Soccer

Eli Gordon, Wilkes University

Alonso Munoz, Northeastern University


Girls’ Soccer

Olivia Candelino, Auburn University

Avery Patterson, University of North Carolina

Aubrey Ramey, DePaul University


Boys’ Swimming and Diving

Neo Garcia Nohra, University of Arizona

Jack Hattery, University of Delaware

Jackson Kirk, Florida Atlantic University

Rafael Ponce de Leon, University of Tennessee

Girls’ Swimming and Diving

Leah DeGeorge, University of Florida

Kara Gavin, United States Air Force Academy

Katie Jordan, Southern Methodist University

Ashley Khoo, George Washington University

April Kupsky, Babson College

Adair Sand, University of Southern California

Carly Schwab, University of Florida


Boys’ Track and Field

Marshall Gainer, Samford University