The Pennington School celebrates numerous athletes who have committed to colleges or universities for the fall of 2023.
Reagan Amberson, from New Hope, PA, and Ava Brass, from Pennington, NJ, will both be playing Division I soccer. Juan Borges, Elias Di Bello, Nicholas Kempe, and Enrique Porras will be playing soccer at the Division III level. Drayton Kolaras has committed to participating in cross country and track and field at the Division II level.
Amelia Stevenson and Piper Dubow will be swimming at the Division III level. Two students will be playing baseball with Division III programs: Sung Min Hwang and William Bercaw. Andrew Rosa and Isabella Fermo have committed to Division III lacrosse teams.
Joshua Finkle will be playing tennis at the Division III level. Grace Irizarry and Ava Vecchione have committed to playing Division III field hockey. Jonah Heimann and Macayla Rodriguez will be playing Division III basketball.
The following students, listed by hometown, have committed to playing a sport in college.
Key Biscayne: Juan Borges, soccer, Eckerd College
Belle Mead: Ava Vecchione, field hockey, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
East Windsor: Enrique Porras, soccer, Oberlin College
Hillsborough: Drayton Kolaras, cross country and track and field, Morehouse College
Pennington: Ava Brass, soccer, Rutgers University; Grace Irizarry, field hockey, Smith College
Princeton: Piper Dubow, swimming, Middlebury College; Jonah Heimann, basketball, Harvey Mudd
College; Macayla Rodriguez, basketball, Susquehanna University
Robbinsville: William Bercaw, baseball, Gettysburg College
Weehawken: Andrew Rosa, lacrosse, Oberlin College
New Hope: Reagan Amberson, soccer, University of Texas San Antonio
Newtown: Joshua Finkle, tennis, Skidmore College
Yardley: Isabella Fermo, lacrosse, Swarthmore College; Amelia Stevenson, swimming, Kenyon College
Warwick: Nicholas Kempe, soccer, Connecticut College
Kowloon: Sung Min Hwang, baseball, Tufts University
Sasso Marconi: Elias Di Bello, soccer, Drew University
The Pennington School is an independent coeducational school for students in grades 6 through 12,
in both day and boarding programs. The curriculum is college preparatory, with an emphasis on
individual excellence, fostering the development of the whole student through academics, athletics,
community service, and the creative and performing arts.
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