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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 2012 ESCC Athletes who have committed to continuing their careers at the next level.
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ESCC College Signees

Carmel Catholic
Shannon Baucus (track), College of Charleston
Jordan Kos (football), Winona State University
Ken Matuszak (track), Univ. of Wisconsin-Parkside
Sarah McHugh (soccer), University of Northern Iowa
Megan Mowery (volleyball), University of St. Francis
Megan Paul (track), University of Arkansas

Taylor Pippen (volleyball), Southern Illinois University
Shane Toub (football), University of Dayton
Alex Young, Texas Christian University

Marian Catholic
Samantha Barlage (golf), Augustana College
Sylvie Brick (golf), University of Georgia
Kyle Cayton (soccer) Prairie State College
Julian Childers (tennis), University of Illinois
Shelby Cosman (lacrosse), Augustana College
Will Craft (volleyball), Carthage College
Erik Crittenden (basketball), Elmhurst College
Brad Engstrand (football), St. Ambrose
Phil Faso (football), St. Ambrose
Alanna Ferry (basketball), Benedictine University
Sarafina Handy (basketball), Kankakee CC
Zach Henry (lacrosse), Aurora University
Matt Hurt (football), St. Ambrose
Nate Jackson (wrestling), Indiana University

Julie Kistner (softball), Prairie State College
Katelyn Kresal (swimming), Illinois State University
Brett Lilek (baseball), Arizona State University
Mollie Lindeman (soccer), Aquinas College
Josie Novak (softball), Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ.
Robbie Nunn (baseball), Western Illinois University
Kevin Pawlak (football), St. Ambrose
Joey Saenz (soccer), Grinnell College
Everett Senetar (soccer), University of Maine-Machias
Devin Pickett (baseball), University of Iowa
Matt Simmons (track), Lewis University
Jeruel Taylor (football), McKendree University
Jack Ziltz (football), University of Akron

Nicole Babrowski (softball), University of North Dakota
Asia Bey (basketball), University of Memphis
Randyll Butler (basketball), Colagate University

Joliet Catholic
Adam Collins (baseball), Central Michigan University
Kevin Duchene (baseball), University of Illinois
Kelly Feigh (volleyball), Loyola University
Gianna Lincoln (volleyball), Quincy University
Lauren Robertson (volleyball), University of Evansville

Saint Patrick
Joseph Brennan (basketball), Saint Ambrose University
Christian Brito (soccer), St. Mary's (Minn.) University
Brian Canoy (football), Northern Illinois University
Mike Connor (football), Loras College
Jaylin Crockrom (football), Central State University
Paul Csongradi (football), Carthage College
Michael DeRosa (baseball), Cornell College
Guy DiBalsamo (football), Butler University
Anthony Ferraris (football), Saint Norbert College
Jose Fuentes (football), North Park University
Colgan Gill (football), John Carroll University
Dan Hammond (football), St. Ambrose University
Liam Heneghan (golf), Robert Morris University
Ruben Ibarra '10 (football), Purdue University
Brent Mordan (track and field), St. Ambrose University
Mike O'Brien (football), Saint Norbert College
Tom Rahlfs (football), Saint Norbert College
Armando Saleh (baseball), St. Mary's (Minn.) University

Ryan Tentler (football), Stetson University
Mike Traversa (football), Concordia University
Hector Trevino (football), City College of San Francisco
Chris Trulis (football), Concordia University
Joseph Williams (volleyball), Saint Xavier University
Scott Wojciechowski (track), Benedictine University
Peter Youkhanna (football), North Park University
Dean Zummo (volleyball), Robert Morris University



Saint Patrick has had 15 athletes from the Class of 2012 commit to continuing their careers as student-athletes at the next level.




College commitments for Marian Catholic include Matt Simmons (Lewis track), Joey Saenz (Grinnell soccer), Everett Senetar (Maine-Machias soccer) and Kyle Cayton (Prairie State soccer).




St. Patrick football athletes sign Letters of Intent, including Dan Hammond at St. Ambrose University and Guy DiBalsamo at Butler University.


Marian Catholic athletes making college commitments include Shelby Cosman (Augustana lacrosse), Jose Novak (Embry-Riddle softball), Alanna Ferry (Benedictine basketball), Sarafina Handy (Kankakee basketball), Will Craft (Carthage volleyball), Phil Faso (St. Ambrose football), Erik Crittenden (Elmhurst basketball), Zach Henry (Aurora lacrosse), Nate Jackson (Indiana wrestling), Brad Engstrand (St. Ambrose football) and Jack Ziltz (Akron football). Not pictured: Matt Hurt and Kevin Pawlak (St. Ambrose football), Mollie Lindeman (Aquinas soccer), Sam Barlage (Augustana golf).


Signees for Carmel Catholic include Megan Mowery (St. Francis volleyball), Megan Paul (Arkansas track), K.J. Matusak (Wis.-Parkside track), Sarah McHugh (Northern Iowa soccer), Shannon Baucus (Charleston track), Taylor Pippen (Southern Illinois volleyball), Alex Young (Texas Christian baseball), Jordan Kos (Winona State football) and Shane Toub (Dayton football).


Marian Catholic football standout Jeruel Taylor signed a Letter of Intent to become a student-athlete at McKendree University.


Football signees for Saint Patrick include Brian Canoy to Northern Illinois University and Ryan Tentler with Stetson University.


Women's basketball athletes from Marist sign letters of intent, includuing Randyll Butler (Colgate) and Asia Bey (Memphis).


Marian Catholic NLI signees include Robbie Nunn (Western Illinois baseball), Devin Pickett (Iowa baseball), Brett Lilek (Arizona State baseball), Katelyn Kresal (Illinois State swimming) and Sylvie Brick (Georgia golf).




Marist softball player Nicole Babrowski signs her letter of intent to attend North Dakota.


Signees for Joliet Catholic include Adam Collins (Central Michigan baseball), Kevin Duchene (Illinois baseball), Kelly Feigh (Loyola volleyball), Gianna Lincoln (Quincy volleyball) and Lauren Robertson (Evansville volleyball).



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