Signed Athletes


Iman Zafar, Reporter

Teannou Gonzalez
Winner of the National Championship on vault last year.

Penn State

“I am going to be attending Penn State and doing gymnastics. I chose this college because I wanted to compete for D1 and they have a really good kinesiology program, which will be my major. I am most excited to go to championships with my team and compete for division championships.”


Haley Dover
2016 & 2017 Varsity Field hockey Captain

Wheaton College

“I will be attending Wheaton College and play field hockey. I originally planned to attend Merrimack college which is Division 2 for field hockey, however, I would not have been able to study abroad due to the level of commitment playing would require. I did not want to compromise on educational opportunities so I found Wheaton College which allowed me to play field hockey, study abroad and focus on academics. I’m most excited to play at a higher level. I enjoy the challenge of the game and am looking forward to facing better competition and playing with other girls who have a passion for field hockey. My hard work and dedication have got me to where I am today. I’m proud of all I’ve accomplished and I’m extremely thankful for all the opportunities I’ve had.”

Farrah Adam
100 career hitter

Framingham State University

“I am planning to attend Framingham State University and play softball. I chose this college because of their art program and what it had to offer. Also the offer to play softball for a great team. I am excited about the competitiveness at the college level and being a part of a new team with experienced players. I am just grateful to be able to be doing what I love in college.”


Vaunell Hill
2x All-Western Mass champ And 2018 Western Mass MVP recipient of the Angelo Bertelli Award

Lackawanna College

“I will be attending Lackawanna College and be playing football. I chose this college because they care about there athletes not only on the field but more importantly in the classroom and where they will end up after you go on to the four-year college you will attend, education comes first. Along with all of that, they are also one of the best junior colleges in the country for football. I am most excited to be playing alongside and against some of the best football players in the country. I am also hoping to attend UMass, UConn, or Boston college after I leave Lackawanna”