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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 2017 ESCC Athletes who have committed to continuing their careers at the next level.

2015-16 signings    2014-15   2013-14   2012-13   2011-12  
2010-11   2009-10   2008-09   2007-08   2006-07

 


ESCC College Commitments- 2016-17 school year

Carmel Catholic
Grace Butler (volleyball), Central Michigan University
Jennifer Giesey (softball), Winona State University


Marian Catholic
A.J. Anderson (baseball, football), Robert Morris University
Gabi Angellotti (softball), University of Chicago
Katie Baranski (lacrosse), St. Ambrose University
Josh Blair (volleyball), St. Francis (Penn.) University
Nick Bledsoe (baseball), Illinois Institute of Technology
Mark DiLuia (baseball), Maryland
Elisa DiOrio (basketball), Benedictine University
Daniel Gutierrez (baseball), Triton College
Joshua Jones (wrestling), McKendree University
Kaleigh Lester (volleyball), Cumberland University
Kelly Mindak (cross country), Butler University
Mira Nicpon (golf), Marian University
Kevin Noble (baseball), University of Dubuque
Kordell Norfleet (wrestling), Arizona State University
Mallory Olszak (basketball), Carroll University
John Pickett (lacrosse), University of Indianapolis
TeeAaron Powell (basketball), Michigan Tech
Mee'Shaunda Roddy (cross country, track), Pepperdine University
Jaylen Scott (football), Monmouth College
Ashley Sledge (volleyball), University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Joe Stith (football), Illinois Wesleyan University
Sean Taylor (basketball), St. John's- Minnesota
Danielle Thieman (softball), St. Leo University
Cameron Thomas (football), University of Illinois
Mae Van Beest (water polo), Carthage College
Evan Wieringa (baseball), Carthage College
Wyell Woods (baseball), Eastern Illinois University


Marian Central Catholic
Abigail Jones (cross country), St. Joseph's College
Sydney Nemtuda (volleyball), Florida Atlantic University
Rachel Noonan (volleyball), Carroll University
James Raffauf (baseball), Transylvania University
Meghan Schwallie (volleyball), Ohio Wesleyan University
McKayla Wuensch (volleyball), University of Nevada-Reno

Marist
Derrick Ashford (wrestling), University of Dubuque
Anne Bojan (cheerleading), Spring Hill College
Justin Brown (basketball), University of Tennessee-Chattanooga
Cara Donegan (soccer), St. Norbert College
Madison Franks (softball), Loras College
Desiree Garcia (cross country, track), St. Xavier University
Bobby Hawkinson (basketball), New York University
Leah Hood (lacrosse), Loras College
Ryann Horkavy (volleyball), Spring Hill College
Matt Jones (lacrosse), St. Ambrose University
Liam Krammer (football), Illinois Wesleyan University
Megan Krasowski (volleyball), University of Illinois-Springfield
Maryclare Leonard (cross country, track), University of No
Carlin McNulty (cross country, track), Loras College
Colin Meyer (volleyball), Aurora University
Tala Morales (lacrosse), Elmhurst College
Lenell Navarre II (track), Minnesota State University
Chris Omiecinski (volleyball), Loras College
David O'Neil (lacrosse), Illinois Wesleyan University
Joe Prkut (hockey), Ferris State University
Andrew Reif (hockey), Ferris State University
Maggie Robertson (basketball), St. Mary's (Minn.) University
Joe Stack (baseball), Carthage College
Matt Wagner (cross country, track), Illinois Wesleyan University

Saint Patrick
Paddy Byrne (football), University of Dayton
Mike Coughlin (baseball), St. Ambrose University
Andrew Edgar (football), Illinois State University
Jonathan Hamilton (football), Army


 
 

 

Marist High School held a late spring signing for college commitments.

     
 

 


Marist High School had 16 students commit to college on the April 12 commitment date.

     
 


Fifteen Marian Catholic athletes made college commitments on April 12.

     
 

 

Commitments for Saint Patrick in February include (from left) Andrew Edgar (Illinois State football), Paddy Byrne (Dayton football), Jonathan Hamilton (Army football) and Mike Coughlin (St. Ambrose baseball).

     
 

 


Marian Catholic college commitments in February 2017 include (from left) A.J. Anderson (Robert Morris baseball, football), Mallory Olszak (Carroll basketball), Jaylen Scott (Monmouth football), Mae Van Beest (Carthage water polo, Cameron Thomas (Illinois football) and Elisa DiOrio (Benedictine basketball).

     
 

 

Marian Central November commitments include (clockwise from top left) Rachel Noonan (Carroll volleyball), Abigail Jones (St. Joseph cross country), James Raffauf (Transylvania baseball), Meghan Schwallie (Ohio Wesleyan volleyball), McKayla Wuensch (Nevada-Reno volleyball) and Sydney Nemtuda (Florida Atlantic volleyball).

     
 

 

Commitments for Marian Catholic in November included Mark DiLuia (Maryland baseball), Wyell Woods (Eastern Illinois baseball), Danielle Thieman (St. Leo softball) and Gabi Angellotti (Univ. of Chicago softball).

     
 

Carmel Catholic signees in November include Grace Butler (Central Michigan volleyball) and Jennifer Giesey (Winona State softball).
     


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