St. Joseph student athletes choose colleges

St. Joseph student athletes choose colleges in the NCAA’s second signing period. Pictured (first row) are Caroline Sheehan, Erika Stephens, Dennaye Hinds, Kirsten Rodriguez and Maddigan Leifer; (second row) Ava Tuccio, Tommy Kramer, Mia Geignetter, Mary Lundregan, Lily Mattison, Kayleigh Carson, Lauren Wasikowski, Isabelle Casucci, Hayden Jamali, Josh Newell and Sean Callinan

St. Joseph student athletes choose colleges in the NCAA’s second signing period. Pictured (first row) are Caroline Sheehan, Erika Stephens, Dennaye Hinds, Kirsten Rodriguez and Maddigan Leifer; (second row) Ava Tuccio, Tommy Kramer, Mia Geignetter, Mary Lundregan, Lily Mattison, Kayleigh Carson, Lauren Wasikowski, Isabelle Casucci, Hayden Jamali, Josh Newell and Sean Callinan

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St. Joseph has announced that 16 student athletes have signed national letters of intent or celebratory letters in six different sports.

Isabelle Casucci will play lacrosse at Marquette University, Dennaye Hinds basketball at Presbyterian University, Mary Lundregan soccer at Dartmouth College, Caroline Sheehan soccer at the University of Connecticut, Lauren Wasikowski softball at the University of Rhode Island, Sean Callinan lacrosse at Rivier University, Kayleigh Carson basketball at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Mia Geignetter lacrosse at Franklin and Marshall College, Tommy Kramer football at Ithaca College, Maddigan Leifer lacrosse at Hamilton College, Lily Mattison volleyball at Hunter College, Josh Newall lacrosse at Endicott College, Kirsten Rodriguez basketball at Western Connecticut State University, Erika Stephens basketball at Hamilton College and Ava Tuccio volleyball at Middlebury College.

“When you think about the amount of time spent on and off the field, the dedication of St. Joe’s student-athletes is truly second to none,” Kevin Butler, Athletics Director remarked in a press release. “Their hard work and commitment, both academically and athletically, are incredible achievements and we wish them all the best as they begin their collegiate journeys.”