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Syosset High School Student-Athletes Honored on National Athlete Commitment Day

Syosset High School held its National Athlete Commitment Day on Thursday, November 14, 2019. Syosset’s most distinguished student-athletes committed to play their respective sports at the collegiate level during a ceremony attended by family, administration, faculty and coaches. Syosset Director of Athletics, PE and Recreation Drew Cronin hosted the event in conjunction with boys varsity lacrosse coach John Calabria.

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Thomas Rogers, along with Syosset coaches, commended the students on their character, dedication and achievement and recognized the students’ families for supporting them throughout their journey to becoming a collegiate athlete. “Each of these young men and women have been leaders in their respective sports programs and now it’s time to take what they have learned to the collegiate level and make us proud,” remarked Calabria, as he expressed his excitement for the students’ futures.

The District would like to congratulate the following student-athletes:

Victoria Cini – Girls Lacrosse – Holy Cross University

PJ Daniels – Baseball – Johnson & Wales University

Tommy Dolciotto – Boys Lacrosse – Stonybrook University

Jacob Fisher – Track & Field – Dartmouth University

Kayla Gulmi – Girls Lacrosse – Villanova Univeristy

Kendall Halpern – Girls Lacrosse – Northwestern University

Gabe Izakson – Boys Lacrosse – NYIT

Riley Kelly – Girls Lacrosse – Vassar College

Hope Neale – Girls Soccer – Swarthmore College

Dani Romano – Girls Soccer – SUNY Farmingdale

Kent Sato – Boys Lacrosse – Stonybrook University

Charlotte Twohig – Girls Basketball – Mount St. Mary’s

Justin Weiss – Boys Soccer – Colgate University

Ethan Wood – Boys Soccer – University of Michigan

Photo courtesy of the Syosset School District 

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