A number of Kennett High School 2015 graduates will continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. From private colleges to large state universities, 17 Kennett student-athletes will participate in five collegiate sports.
“Kennett High School is extremely proud of our student-athletes who are continuing their athletic careers at the next level. Our coaches have worked very hard to prepare our athletes for future play. We are thrilled by their success!” said Mr. Jeff Thomas, athletic director and assistant principal.
Graceanna Werner will play lacrosse for the United States Merchant Marine Academy. Katherine Gallivan will continue her lacrosse career at Philadelphia University. Haeli McCabe will play field hockey for the University of Connecticut. Dorothy Lovell will play volleyball for Penn State University – Brandywine Campus. Elizabeth Dawyot will play soccer for the Franciscan University of Steubenville. Hannah Shiflet will play lacrosse for the United States Military Academy – West Point and Thomas Spell will join her to play tennis. Jagger McFarland will play soccer for Elizabethtown College’s team. Ian Slicer will be a member of Alvernia University’s baseball team. Matthew Petrick will continue his lacrosse career at Drexel University, while teammates Jake Rose and Brady O’Neill will play lacrosse for Bridgewater College and Washington College, respectively. Nicholas Meola will play soccer for West Chester University, while Jackson Hyland will shoot hoops for the school. Lee Woodall will suit up for Laney College’s football team. Joseph Zirolli will take to Cecil College’s baseball diamond, and teammate Michael Uhle will continue his baseball career at Bard College.