Congratulations to all of our graduating seniors! The following players have decided to continue their development in college. We wish you all the best of luck!
2019 College Signings
Luke Baldwin – Hood College
Celina Baranoski – York College of Pennsylvania
Ethan Bishop – Milligan College
Kaitlyn Burns – United States Naval Academy
Gabby Cabrera – Delaware State
Tyler Colburn – Chatham University
Megan Connor – University of Maryland – Baltimore County
Jamie DiTullo – Frostburg State University
Kennedy Hawkins – McDaniel College
Oluwafisayo Iluyomade – American University
Sarah Langille – University of North Carolina Asheville
Ashley Molz – American University
Megan O’Neill – McDaniel College
Danielle Satola – Kutztown University
Braelynn South – Delaware State
Lucas Teshome; – Lebanon Valley College
Aly Wagner – University of Maryland – Baltimore County
Megan Wilson – Presbyterian College
Lexi Winkler – Bridgewater College
Heather Wynne – Hampton University
(Players are posted as commitments are received by the office. If a player is missing, please contact email@example.com to have them added)
**Photo taken by Classic Photography**
Congratulations to Kerry Browne and Maya Budzinski, the recipients of the 2019 Amanda Post “AmandaWins” SAC HC Student-Athlete Scholarship.
Kerry Browne (Oakland Mills HS), a 14-year SAC player who will attend the University of Maryland College Park, Towson University or Salisbury University to pursue a degree in education towards her career as an elementary school teacher.
Maya Budzinski (Reservoir HS), an 11-year SAC player who will attend the University of Maryland College Park, Carnegie Mellon University or Johns Hopkins University to pursue a degree and career in biomedical engineering.
Each $5,000 scholarship in Amanda’s memory is awarded to help defray Kerry’s and Maya’s expenses during each girl’s freshman year of college.
Through the Community Foundation of Howard County, the Amanda Post Memorial Fund has now awarded $65,000 to thirteen (13) “winning” SAC student-athletes; and collectively with the Amanda Post “AmandaWins” River Hill High School Student-Athlete Scholarship, the fund has awarded an overall total of $135,000 to twenty-seven (27) SAC and RHHS student-athletes in ten years.