22 South Country Athletes Commit to Playing College Sports

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The district is pleased to announce that 22 of Bellport High School’s finest and most accomplished student-athletes have committed to continue playing their sports on the college/university level this coming fall. In order to celebrate the students’ impending athletic intentions and to wish them continued success, Director of Athletics Robert McIntyre invited each athlete to take a photograph in front of a district logo backdrop while dressed in attire which represents his or her new college team.

The district congratulates the following student-athletes:

Karissa Barney – soccer – St. Joseph’s College (Div. III)
Audrey Barry – tennis – Binghamton University (Club)
Eva Colon – volleyball – Elon University (Walk on)
Thomas Coz – baseball – Suffolk County Community College
Rachel Dickinson – girls lacrosse – SUNY Geneseo (Div. III)
Carly Diolosa – girls lacrosse – Mercy College
Sofia Gannon – softball – Mount Saint Mary’s College (Div. III)
Emily Gentzel – volleyball – Wilkes-Barre University (Div. II)
Matthew Harper – baseball – SUNY New Paltz (Div. III)
Tamia Lawson – girls lacrosse – Adelphi University (Div. II)
Josh Leidig – wrestling – East Stroudsburg University (Div. II)
Charles Longo – boys lacrosse – New York Institute of Technology (Div. II)
Hanna Lupo – volleyball – SUNY Oneonta (Div. III)
Nick Promutico – baseball –University of Scranton (Div. III)
Samantha Rieb – softball – Iona College (Div. I)
Jihad Robinson – basketball – SUNY Sullivan (Div. III)
Ariana Rodriguez-Genao – dance – LIU Post (Div. I)
Colleen Shaw – volleyball – Monroe College, New Rochelle Campus (Div. III)
Maryssa Smith – cross-country track – SUNY Cortland (Div. III)
Mia Suarez – girls lacrosse – University of South Florida (Club)
Carter Vandekieft – football – University of New Haven (Div. II)
Sean Vargas – baseball – Suffolk County Community College