Notre Dame Prep sends 16 grads to college athletic programs

Among the 174 graduates of the class of 2015 at Notre Dame Preparatory are 16 student athletes who have committed to play sports at the college level.

notre dameThe athletic prowess of the six girls and 10 boys covers a wide range of sports and also a spectrum of colleges and universities ranging from Division I to Division III schools.

The college bound female athletes are:

  • Anna Belle Reilly, lacrosse, Wagner College
  • Madeline Russell, swimming, UCLA
  • Julia Taffuri, soccer, University of Massachusetts
  • Natalie Miller, volleyball, Long Island University Post
  • Victoria Svorinic, volleyball, University of Arizona
  • Riley Corona, golf, College of William and Mary

The boys’ roster includes:

  • Grayson Naquin, soccer, U.S. Military Academy at West Point
  • Jimmy Kerr, baseball, University of Michigan
  • Danny Teran, soccer, Bucknell University
  • Alexander Gorzelany, baseball, LaVerne University
  •  Jakob Gallagher, football, University of Mary
  • Luke Carstens, tennis, Bowdoin College
  • Creighton Morfitt, football, University of San Diego
  • Drake Sadosky, baseball, Beloit College
  • Jack Savage, golf, Regis University
  • Chris Scott, baseball, University of Mary

Notre Dame Prep has won 39 AIA state championships since 2004, according to the press release. This school year, the girls golf team won the state title in the fall and the girls soccer team was crowned state champions in the spring.

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