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Perkiomen School Student-Athletes Take Next Step for College Athletics: Fall 2023

Perkiomen School Student-Athletes Take Next Step for College Athletics: Fall 2023
  • Athletics
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Lacrosse
  • Swimming
  • Track & Field

The Perkiomen School community celebrates 17 members of the Class of 2024 who will be playing college sports. The 17 graduates will participate in college athletics across the divisions.​

 

Rowan Baringer, of Pennsburg, Pennsylvania, will play Lacrosse at Lake Forest College.

Ava Darvassy, of Dix Hills, New York, will play Basketball at SUNY Oneonta.

Erick Diaz, of Middletown, New York, will play Baseball at Manhattan College.

Macon Emory, of Devon, Pennsylvania, will play Basketball for the University of Delaware. 

Taylor Fiorini, of Pottstown, Pennsylvania, will play Lacrosse at St. Leo University.

Rocky Grossman, of Boca Raton, Florida, will play Lacrosse at Towson University.

Kross Howarth, of Eagleville, Pennsylvania, will play Baseball at Tulane University. 

Bobby Kleckner, of Lansdale, Pennsylvania, will play Baseball at Lehigh University.

Sammy Laux, of Schwenksville, Pennsylvania, will play Baseball at West Virginia University.

Cesar Lopez, of Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico, will play Baseball at Bethune-Cookman University.

Brenden McLeod, of Newmarket, Ontario, will play Lacrosse at Lindenwood University.

Brandon Nunez, of Allentown, Pennsylvania, will play Basketball at the Pratt Institute.  

Lucas Orchard, of Wayne, Pennsylvania, will play Basketball at Monmouth University. 

Lauren Patnode, of Saratoga Springs, New York, will play Basketball at LaSalle University.

Nate Winters, of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, will play Lacrosse at Washington College.

Gabby Jones, of Pennsburg, Pennsylvania, will Swim at Loyola University (MD).

Anya Betof, of Richboro, Pennsylvania, will run Track at Ursinus College.

“Perkiomen has developed a wonderful culture that blends elite athletics in an exciting, creative, forward-thinking academic environment,” says Head of School Mark A. Devey.  “This set of students have really excelled in all aspects of our program. I can’t wait to see our top-notch athletes compete at the next level.”

 

Perkiomen School shares its congratulations to each student-athlete, their coaches, and their families.