Chaminade Athletes Commit

Thirty-five members of the Chaminade High School class of 2017 sign commitments to play college level sports at nearly 30 schools. Upon graduation, they will enter baseball, crew, lacrosse and soccer programs for their respective institutions. 

Pictured: First row: Francesco Tangredi, lacrosse, Harvard University; Alessio Giovannetti, lacrosse, Colgate University; Christian Rega, lacrosse, St. John’s University; Andrew Curtis, lacrosse, Union College; Ryan Feldmann, lacrosse, Middlebury College; Matthew Chmil, lacrosse, Duke University; Matthew Boccardo, lacrosse, Tufts University; Sean Paton, lacrosse, Mount St. Mary’s University; James Whiteman, lacrosse, DeSales University.

Second row: Owen White, lacrosse, Union College; Jack Silverman, lacrosse, Adelphi University; Regan Quinn, lacrosse, University of Virginia; Kellen Paradine, lacrosse, Dartmouth University; Peyton Kaffl, lacrosse, Furman University; Nicholas Daly, lacrosse, Wesleyan University; Dominic Doria, lacrosse, Cornell University; Andrea Codispoti, soccer, Hofstra University; Sean Cunningham, lacrosse, St. Joseph’s University.

Third row: Jake McMahon, lacrosse, Wesleyan University; Luke Pacher, lacrosse, Manhattan College; Joseph de Lyra, lacrosse, U.S. Naval Academy; Timothy Phillips, lacrosse, St. Joseph’s University; Shayne Gallagher, lacrosse, Wesleyan University; Stefan Gollisz, soccer, Bucknell University; Jack Nuttall, soccer, Hofstra University; Matthew Vowinkel, soccer, Hofstra University; Patrick Sheehan, crew, University of Pennsylvania; Sean Aral, crew, Columbia University.

Fourth row: Andrew Frankini, crew, Trinity College; Matthew Aufiero, baseball, Sacred Heart University; Matthew McQuaid, baseball, Skidmore College; Shane Sullivan, baseball, Maritime Academy; Liam Dvorak, baseball, College of the Holy Cross; Matthew Ferraro, baseball, University of Scranton; Liam O’Gara, baseball, Baruch College.

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