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Union County College Announces Student-Athletes from Cranford High School

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Union County College has recruited four student-athletes from Cranford High School as members of athletic teams for the 2017-2018 academic year. Maya Lawler will be joining the Women’s Soccer Team and Greg Scaturo, Jake Thompson, and Anthony Gargiles will be members of the Men’s Lacrosse Team. 

Maya Lawler has been an all-star player at Cranford High School during her four years on the team. Throughout her high school career she was named to the First Team All-Conference, Second Team All-County, and the Second Team All-State. Ms. Lawler also plays for the Cranford Cosmos travel team. They compete in many highly respected leagues and tournaments. Ms. Lawler intends to major in nursing.  

For the Men’s Lacrosse team, three players will be joining Union’s team in the fall. Greg Scaturo is an incoming freshmen midfielder and is the brother of Brett Scaturo, alumni member of the Union County College 2016 Region XIX Championship Lacrosse Team. Jake Thompson will be joining the team as an incoming freshman midfielder and Anthony Gargiles is an incoming freshmen defense/long stick midfield player. 

For more information about Union County College and the Athletic programs, go to www.unionowls.com.

 

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