Gov. Livingston, Other Area Athletes Sign for College at Annual Zoned Signing Day

Gov. Livingston baseball players sign to play in college: Vinny Doren and Dan Baroff (Franklin & Marshall), Sean Savage (Clark Univ.) and Nick Cocchia (Montclair State Univ.). Credits: Gov. Livingston Baseball
Credits: Winfield Wetherbee
Credits: Winfield Wetherbee
Credits: Winfield Wetherbee
Credits: Winfield Wetherbee
Credits: Winfield Wetherbee
Credits: Winfield Wetherbee
Credits: Winfield Wetherbee
Credits: Winfield Wetherbee

BRIDGEWATER, NJ -  Gov. Livingston High School students Dan Baroff, Vin Doren, Sean Savage and Nick Cocchia were among several New Jersey student-athletes to sign letters of intent to play baseball in college during Zoned Sports Academy's signing day last week.

Dan Baroff and Vin Doren will play for Franklin & Marshall College, Sean Savage will play for Clark University, and Nick Cocchia will play for Montclair State University.

Guest speaker at the event was Lonnie Allgood, CEO and founder of Dreams for Kids, who spoke about perseverance and humility. Dreams for Kids trains and mentors youth as social entrepreneurs, and helps them provide solutions to critical social issues.

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Bridgewater Mayor Dan Hayes told the families assembled that the best athletes he has seen recognize their teammates above themselves, and then recognize the hard work of opposing teams.

Other athletes that signed were:

  • Jeff Praml, of Bridgewater – Southern New Hampshire University
  • Samantha Ward, of Bridgewater – Rider University
  • Winston Allen, of Delbarton – University of Delaware
  • Victoria Alonso, of North Rockland – Manhattan College
  • Jack Carroll, of Randolph – Susquehanna University
  • Bella Chiorazzi, of North Rockland – Manhattan College
  • Victor Cruz, of Westfield – Rowan University
  • Jared Daszkiewicz, of East Brunswick – Middlesex County College
  • Kelly Duffy, of Sayreville – Pace University
  • Kira Ferraiolo, of Montgomery – Sacred Heart University
  • Reese Guevarra, of Washington Township – University of Connecticut
  • Rachel Hubertus, of Millburn – Fordham University
  • Alexa Penna, of Hillsborough – Montclair State University
  • Matt Ryan, of Montgomery – University of Delaware
  • Alissa Saverino, of Hillsborough – Salisbury University
  • Jillian Skalski, of Cranford – Mount Ida College
  • Kevin Sylvestri, of Watchung Hills – George Washington University
  • Eric Vaz, of Seton Hall Prep – Johns Hopkins University
  • Brandon Warick, of St. Joseph - Metuchen – Adelphi University
  • Kobi Wolf, of Westfield – Gettysburg College
  • Molly O'Connor, of Metuchen High School – Catholic University America

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