Senior Athletes Make College Commitments

On Wednesday, February 1, on “Signing Day,” 13 De La Salle Collegiate seniors signed letters of commitment to play athletics at the college level.

These students are:

  • Sebastian Grillo (Soccer), Northwood (MI) University   Division 2  GLIAC Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
  • Ethan Harrington (Lacrosse & Ice Hockey), Lawrence Technological University, NAIA, Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference.
  • Evan Holland (Football), Northwood (MI) University  Division 2  GLIAC Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
  • Mike Karam (Baseball), Northwood (MI) University  Division 2  GLIAC Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
  • Keegan Kresevich (Baseball), Saginaw Valley State University Division 2  GLIAC Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
  • Kevin Lee (Football), Michigan Technological University Division 2  GLIAC Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
  • Paul Manuszak (Lacrosse), University of Detroit-Mercy, Division 1, Horizon League.
  • Vincent Manzo (Soccer), Villanova University, Division 1, Big East.
  • Don Cameron McNeil III (Soccer), Marshall University, Division 1, Conference USA.
  • Jacob Nunner (Soccer), University of Michigan, Division 1, Big Ten.
  • Jack Skrzycki (Football), Northwood (MI) University  Division 2  GLIAC Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
  • Charlie Stover (Lacrosse), Capital (OH) University, Division III, Ohio Athletic Conference.
  • Allen Stritzinger (Football), Syracuse University,  Division 1, Atlantic Coast Conference.

Also making a commitment was Steven Killop (Football), Ave Maria (FL) University NAIA Sun Conference.

Several have yet to decide and will be honored together at a later date.

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Photo:

Front L-R: Jacob Nunner, Cameron McNeil III, Vincent Manzo, Ethan Harrington, Paul Manuszak

Standing L-R: Kevin Lee, Allen Stritzinger, Sebastian Grillo, Keegan Kresevich, Jack Skrzycki, Mike Karam, Evan Holland, Charlie Stover

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