BRHS Seniors Commit to College Volleyball

Kevin Ros, Tim Fieseler & BRHS Volleyball Coach Corey Romanak Credits: Taya Ros

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Bridgewater-Raritan High School seniors Tim Fieseler and Kevin Ros have committed to play volleyball for their respective colleges. 

Both Fieseler and Ros were instrumental in the BRHS Panthers winning the Boys Volleyball - NJSIAA State Championship in 2015 and being named 2015 Volleyball Team of the Year.

Fieseler recently signed his NCAA Division III participation form to play college volleyball for the Gulls at Endicott College where he plans to study business.

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During the 2015 season, Fieseler, a 6’ 6” outside/opposite hitter for BRHS, racked up 144 kills, 86 digs and 25 aces for the Panthers. He said playing for BRHS and for club team Warren SixPack has helped prepare him to play volleyball at the next level.

Ros has committed to play for Vassar College’s NCAA Division III Volleyball program and plans to study computer science.

The 5’11” outside hitter/libero ended the 2015 season with 191 kills, 170 digs and 39 aces for the Panthers and was named to’s 2015 All State Boys - 3rd Team and Central New Jersey - 2nd Team. During the off season, Ros plays club volleyball with Warren SixPack and has competed in national tournaments.

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