12 Panthers announce college choices

The student-athletes represent seven different sports, a record for one signing day.
Posted on 02/20/2020
Twelve Quakertown Community High School student-athletes stand in two rows behind a table after announcing what colleges they will be attending.

Quakertown Community High School this afternoon celebrated 12 student-athletes who announced their college choices.

The athletes represent seven different sports programs, a record for one signing day, said Sylvia Kalazs, the high school’s athletic director.

The students are:

  • Makenzie Adamson, Widener University (field hockey)
  • Hallie Frederick, University of New Haven (softball)
  • Brianna Lefkoski, Moravian College (softball)
  • Meghan Woods, Misericordia University (swimming)
  • Julianne Redmond, Cedar Crest College (swimming)
  • Olivia Williams, Manhattan College (lacrosse)
  • Ashlyn Hickey, Millersville University (track)
  • Matt Tuley, Ursinus College (baseball)
  • Cody Barberio, West Chester University (baseball)
  • Cole Mehrman, Penn State - Harrisburg (baseball)
  • Samantha Barkholtz, Thomas Jefferson University (soccer)
  • Melina Jagiello, Dickinson University (soccer)

Each of the student-athletes’ coaches praised their players, not only as athletes but as people. All were commended for their leadership skills. Coaches who spoke were Mike Koch, girls soccer; Kelly Driscoll, field hockey; Nicole Donnelly, girls lacrosse; Jonathan Pallone, baseball; Tony Carty, swimming; Jason Anderson, girls track; and Dave Scott, softball.

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