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ESCC Athletes to College

  The East Suburban Catholic Conference sends several quality student-athletes onto college each year. Following is a listing of Class of 2009 ESCC Athletes who have committed to continuing their careers at the next level.  2007-08 signings   2006-07


ESCC College Signees

Benet Academy
Brianne Hucke (volleyball), Dartmouth
Jessica Jendryk (volleyball), Univ. of Illinois
Beth Kinsella (volleyball), Harvard
Ariana Mankus (volleyball), West Point
Val Mattalaino (volleyball), Boston College
Natalie Patzin (volleyball), Clemson
Paige Vargas (volleyball), Dayton

Carmel Catholic

Jack Baucus (football), University of Arizona
Jon Burandt (football), University of Indianapolis
Joe Burg (baseball), Hofstra University
Tim Cook (football), Univ. of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Sean Griffin (football), Univ. of St. Thomas-St. Paul
Ryan Hrabak (football), Dartmouth College
Patrick Lyons (football), Univ. of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Andrew Nerup (football), U.S. Naval Academy
Tommy Patek (football), Dartmouth College
Jake Sinkovec (football), Boston College
Mike Taylor (football), Univ. of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Joliet Catholic Academy
Anthony Basso (football), University of St. Francis
Katie Condon (soccer), Western Illinois University
Joe Kripp (football), Eastern Illinois University
Andrea Veldhuizen (soccer), St. Xavier University
Ann Zajda (soccer) University of St. Francis

Marian Catholic
Mallory Eggert (basketball), St. Louis University
Josh Forney (football), Florida International University
Brian Johnson (basketball), Univ. of Indianapolis

Dennis Julliano (football), Joliet Junior College
Kevin Linde (football), Augustana College
Rachel Luehrs (track), St. Ambrose University
Aubrey Sparrey (basketball), Robert Morris College
Kaila Turner (basketball), University of Notre Dame

Bob Bullington (football), Cornell University
Nabal Jefferson (football), Northern Illinois University
Tim Kingsbury (football), Princeton University
Colin Monnier (football), University of Dayton
Ashley Nowdomski (softball), Wisconsin-Parkside
Bill Seiler (football), Grand Valley State University
Michelle Vucsko (softball), Lewis University

Nazareth Academy
Joseph Angelillo (baseball), Concordia University
Anthony Barreto (baseball), Concordia University
Steven DalPorto (baseball), Baylor University
Ryan Pacyga (baseball), John Carroll University

St. Joseph
Louis Green (baskeball), University of Illinois-Chicago
Jamaal Johnson (basketball), Indiana Tech
Joe Krasny (baseball), Heartland College
Zach Miller (basketball), St. Mary's- Winona
Joe Stella (football), Lake Forest College
Ashley Talley (volleyball), Coppin State
Alexandra Zahrobsky (soccer), Carthage College

St. Patrick
Thomas Arevalo (soccer), Dominican University
Scott Bedtke (football), Illinois Wesleyan University
Dan Cabrera (volleyball), Hannibal LaGrange
John Coen (volleyball), Springfield College
Earl Delaney (football), St. Ambrose University
Dan DiCanio (football), St. Ambrose University
Seth Duncan (football), Illinois College
Hubert Jasiewicz (football), University of St. Thomas
Pat Johnson (football), Carroll University
Conor Joyce (football), St. Ambrose University
Doug Key (football), College of DuPage
Matt Kleinhubert (football), Monmouth College
Mike Labek (football), Army University
Matt Legg (football), Elmhurst College
Tony Leon (football), Concordia University
Adam Nitsche (football), St. Norbert College
Ryan O'Hayer (baseball), Quincy University
Jim Rachmaciej (football), Elmhurst College
Stephen Rategan (football), Lake Forest College
Bryant Smith (basketball), Univ. of Texas-Arlington
Ryan Szymonik (football), Elmhurst College
Patrick Whalen (football), North Central College

St. Viator
Nicole Aiello (soccer), University of Wisconsi
Kelly Hendricks (track), Drake University
Brett Kay (baseball), Illinois State University
Matt Riggio (soccer), DePaul University




St. Patrick basketball standout Bryant Smith signs with Texas-Arlington, with President Br. Konrad Diebold, Coach Mike Bailey, Principal Dr. Joe Schmidt, Coach Brian Houston and parents Candra and Bryant, Sr. looking on.



Marian Catholic football players Dennis Julliano (Joliet JC) and Kevin Linde (Augustanta) sign letters of intent.




St. Patrick High School has had 18 football athletes sign letters of intent to continue their careers in college.




AD Brian Glorioso, Coach Dan Galante and Principal Dr. Joseph Schmidt look on as St. Patrick football players Dan DiCanio and Conor Joyce sign letters of intent with Concordia University.




St. Viator spring signees included (from left) Brett Kay (Illinois State baseball), Kelly Hendricks (Drake track), Nicole Aiello (Wisconsin soccer) and Matt Riggio (DePaul soccer), as Fr. Mick Egan, AD Tim Carlson and Eileen Manno look on.



St. Patrick baseball player Ryan O'Hayer signs his letter of intent with Quincy University.


Joliet Catholic coach Dan Sharp looks on as football players Anthony Basso (St. Francis) and Joe Kripp (Eastern Illinois) sign letters of intent.

Marist coach Denise Fasano, Principal Larry Tucker and AD Tom Schergen look on as softball players Ashley Nowdomski (UW-Parkside) and Michelle Vucsko (Lewis, with parents Kirk and Ginny) sign their letters of intent.


JCA Assistant AD Tina Kinsella congratulates soccer signees Katie Condon (Western Illinois), Andrea Velduizen (St. Xavier) and Ann Zajda (St. Francis).


Marian Catholic spring signees included Josh Forney (football, Florida International), Rachel Luehrs (track, St. Ambrose) and Aubrey Sparrey (basketball, Robert Morris).
  Marist seniors Bob Bullington (from left), Bill Seiler, Tim Kingsbury and Colin Monnier committed. Bullington and Kingsbury will play for Ivy League programs Cornell and Princeton, respectively. Seiler will join Division II power Grand Valley State University, while Monnier will play for the University of Dayton Flyers. Nabal Jefferson (not pictured) signed to play for Northern Illinois University. Marist AD Tom Schergen (standing from left), President Br. Patrick McNamara, FMS, Coach Pat Dunne ’98 and principal Larry Tucker ’79 joined the students.


Benet volleyball standouts sign letters of intent, including Val Mattaliano - Boston College, Ariana Mankus - West Point, Brianne Hucke - Dartmouth, Natalie Patzin - Clemson, Paige Vargas - Dayton, Jessica Jendryk - University of Illinois, Beth Kinsella - Harvard.

Marian Catholic signees included basketball players Kaila Turner (Notre Dame) and Mallory Eggert (St. Louis).

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