Six Madison High School Seniors Recruited to Play Division I Athletics

Pictured from left to right (Top) Jack Thompson, Director of Athletics Sean Dowling, Schuyler Fuchsman (Bottom) Bailey Hurst, Kaitlyn DaSilva, Amanda DaSilva, Caroline Turnbull.

MADISON, NJ -  Six Madison High School seniors have been recruited to play a Division I sport in college. These students will be freshman this upcoming 2016-2017 academic year.

Bailey Hurst will attend Bucknell University to play soccer.

Kaitlyn DaSilva and Amanda DaSilva will attend The University of Richmond to play field hockey.

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Caroline Turnbull will attend Lafayette College to play field hockey.

Jack Thompson will attend Rutgers University to play lacrosse.

Schuyler Fuchsman will attend Northeastern University to play soccer.

"This is an impressive accomplishment and we would like to congratulate these students," said MHS in a prepared statement. 

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