By Nathan Smith
Norwin senior baseball Alex Myers said he had dreamed of playing college baseball for as long as he could remember.
He will get the chance after ...
Latrobe swimmer signs on with Kentucky By Karen Kadilak
Latrobe senior Monica Sowinski expects her role to stay much the same when she joins the University of Kentucky women’s swimming team next year.
A freestyle ...
P-T wrestler Coy picks Virginia By Bill West
Familiar with the wrestling program from trips with his family to the University of Virginia, Penn-Trafford sophomore Cameron Coy sensed no need to put off ...
Shaler lacrosse players choose colleges By Jerry Clark
While the Shaler girls lacrosse team is gaining notoriety locally with a couple of WPIAL championships, the program is getting some attention from across the ...
Carlynton’s Richardson signs with Duquesne By Nathan Smith
It took only one official visit for Carlynton basketball standout Conor Richardson to know where she wanted to continue her education and playing career.
After visiting ...
Penn-Trafford senior to continue field hockey career at Cornell By Nathan Smith
Field hockey wasn’t always the sport of choice for Isabel Siergiej.
She participated in gymnastics when she was younger but after quitting, she was signed up to play the sport by her mother/
It turned out to be a smart decision choice as she signed her letter of intent to play at ...
Penn-Trafford volleyball, softball players sign with Shippensburg By Nathan Smith
When the Shippensburg athletic programs start work next fall for the 2015-16 seasons, two of the teams will have some Penn-Trafford flavor.
Volleyball player Angela Tarabrella and softball player Nicole Smith both signed letters of intent last week to continue their athletic careers at the school located in central Pennsylvania.
Tarabrella chose ...
Daily News area standouts sign letters of intent By Staff Reports
South Allegheny senior Seth Hitchens, who needs 24 victories to become the third wrestler in school history to reach 100 for a career, signed a letter of intent to attend Division II Pitt-Johnstown.
He is among a group of high school athletes from the Daily News region who recently announced their ...
Freeport swimmer Otwell signs with Towson By Doug Gulasy
Not even making her college commitment official kept Freeport senior Bria Otwell from getting her swim practice in Wednesday morning.
Otwell woke before 5 a.m. ...
Shaler runner Schwartz commits to Colorado By Tribune-Review
Once again, distance wasn’t an obstacle for Shaler senior Brianna Schwartz.
Arguably the best distance runner in WPIAL history, Schwartz committed to Colorado, where she ...
Steel Valley’s Rohan commits to Seton Hill for softball By Staff Report
Steel Valley junior Chelsea Rohan gave Division II Seton Hill a verbal commitment to play softball.
Rohan, a catcher, batted .596 with four home runs and 18 RBIs last year at Steel Valley, which is a combined 22-11 with two WPIAL Class AA playoff appearances during her two seasons. She allowed ...
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