CBA student-athletes pose with family members after signing Division I letters of intent. Pictured (l-r) are: Hailey Dobbins (Syracuse, lacrosse); Alea Bonner (Marist, lacrosse); Alexander Brunner (Delaware, lacrosse); Braedon Gait (Princeton, lacrosse); Andrew Romagnoli (Marquette, lacrosse) and Jack Zerrillo (Marquette, lacrosse).
Six student-athletes have signed letters of intent to continue their intercollegiate athletic careers at Division I institutions next year.
“This is a great testament to our teachers and coaches and a tribute to the support given by each of these athlete’s families,” said CBA Principal Brother Joseph Jozwiak FSC. “The entire CBA Community is very proud of these fine young adults and congratulates them on their success.”
In the past two years, CBA has had 22 student-athletes sign Division I letters of intent, including four to Ivy League schools, eight to Catholic institutions and three who decided to stay local and compete for the Syracuse Orange.
Here is a list of this year’s student-athletes and their college choices:
Alea Bonner ’14, a Syracuse resident will play lacrosse at Marist
Alexander Brunner ’14, a Syracuse resident will play lacrosse at Delaware
Hailey Dobbins ’14, a Liverpool resident will play lacrosse at Syracuse
Braedon Gait ’14, a Fayetteville resident will play lacrosse at Princeton
Andrew Romagnoli ’14, a Cazenovia resident will play lacrosse at Marquette
Jack Zerrillo ’14, a Brewerton resident will play lacrosse at Marquette