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Pathfinder

Junior Matt Cosgrove’s journey to becoming a Division I athlete

Jumping up in the air, junior Matt Cosgrove winds his arm back to serve the ball. Cosgrove turned down four other offers to commit to Pennsylvania State University to continue his volleyball career. “[Playing club] is a lot more competitive and challenging than playing for your school because you play kids all around the country, and it forces you to raise your level of play,” Cosgrove said.

Tre Bell, Staff Writer

April 14, 2020

After playing volleyball for three years, junior Matt Cosgrove committed to Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) to continue his volleyball career.  “Penn State came to watch me play with my club team [High Performance] in Chicago last summer. I felt so loose, and I ended up playing really well there. T...

Seniors commit to their choosing on College Signing Day

Seniors wait to sign their letters of commit to the school of their choosing. For senior Tommy Mohan, he still cannot believe he was able to get to this level.

Ridwan Oyebamiji and Lydia Roseman

November 13, 2019

  Having played baseball since he was four years old, continuing the sport in college was almost a no-brainer for senior Jason Reilly. Reilly committed to play baseball for Westminster, following in the footsteps of varsity baseball coach and math teacher Andrew Jett.  “What really dro...

Athlete Spotlight: Lindsey Anstine

Defeating Fort Zumwalt 5-0, junior Lindsey Anstine plays midfielder.

Rachel Ellis, Staff Writer

March 23, 2015

Junior Lindsey Anstine was able to move forward as one of only 40,000 females to advance to college for soccer.

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