Student-Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

Student-Athletes Sign Letters of Intent
Ten Harborfields High School students signed their national letters of intent on Dec. 20 to play their sport on the collegiate level. In attendance were parents, family members, teachers, coaches, central office and building level administration.

“You represent less than 1 percent of all high school seniors throughout the Nation who are given the opportunity to place on the collegiate level,” said John Valente, director of athletics. “The fact that these educational and military institutions chose you over thousands of other student athletes is a testament to your commitment, dedication, passion and love for the sport that you will compete in.”

Valente reminded the student-athletes to thank those who have supported them throughout their athletic career so far.

“Thank your support team over the years including your family, teachers, coaches, administration and most of all, your teammates who challenged and pushed you to excel in order to make you a better athlete,” he said.

Principal Timothy Russo also congratulated the student-athletes.

“You are the leaders and role models in the school,” he added.

Head girls’ lacrosse coach Keri McGinty offered advice.

“Be sure to have fun and enjoy the experience as a college athlete,” she said. “Never forget the proud memories of wearing the green and white of our Harborfields family.”

Student-Athletes and Corresponding Colleges

Kailey Broderick – Adelphi University, Lacrosse
Elizabeth Larkin – College of Holy Cross, Track and Field
Ben Schwartz – Molloy College, Lacrosse
Grace Zagaja – United State Naval Academy, Lacrosse
Rachel Kuenzler – California State University East Bay, Swimming
Brett Hebert – Cornell University, Diving
Mikayla Bergin – West Point Military Academy, Lacrosse
Grace Steinthal – Manhattan College, Lacrosse
Katie Hammer – Assumption College, Soccer
Joe Kelly – Amherst College, Football