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Saint Joseph’s Academy holds College signing day

Courtesy of Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy

BOALSBURG, Pa–Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy seniors Clare Marsh, Amonn Ohl, and Morgan Wolf gathered together this morning alongside friends, family, coaches, teammates, and fellow students to sign their National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.

Saint Joe’s Director of Athletics & Student Activities, Dr. Justin Rodkey opened the ceremony by recognizing some of the many athletic accomplishments of these athletes. It’s always exciting to celebrate with our student-athletes as they make their declaration to their future coach, programs, and university. Clare, Amonn, and Morgan have spent countless hours practicing year-round in hopes of earning the opportunity to compete collegiately. I am looking forward to watching them grow and excited for their futures.”

 

Marsh committed to Catholic University of America where she will major in Politics while running on their track and field team. She chose CUA “for a great opportunity to study politics in Washington DC” while continuing to play the sport she loves. “Coach Rahn was supportive and welcoming throughout the entire process and was key in helping me know that CUA was where I belonged. I can’t wait to be a Cardinal!”

 

Ohl committed to Edinboro and will be competing on their NCAA Division One wrestling team. Ohl is undecided in his major. Former Saint Joseph’s wrestling coach Pat Flynn said he knew that Ohl was something special from a young age. “When I first met Amonn and his family, he was in 6th grade.  I knew immediately that he was going to have a bright future.  He was a 4-time PIAA qualifier and had it not been for a few injuries could have been a 4 time placer.  Never one to shy away from competition, Amonn showed an amazing amount of resolve his junior year while competing with a broken ankle. I believe Edinboro University is getting an exceptional student athlete.”

 

Wolf fulfilled her childhood dream of playing softball at the collegiate level when she signed with Thiel College. “Today is such a special day for me as I get to commit to playing softball in college.  I have dreamed of this day since I was a little kid.” Wolf will be starting this Fall semester undecided in her major, but is looking forward to the many opportunities Thiel College has to offer.

 

In closing, Dr. Rodkey noted that “Amonn, Morgan, & Clare we are proud of you, we are looking forward to following your careers once you depart from us, and we will support you as you press on towards your goals. You will forever be what few can claim, you are a part of the Saint Joe’s WolfPack.”

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