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National Signing Day: Eleven Morristown High School Senior Athletes Commit to Colleges

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Joined by her parents and soccer coach, Holly Burns will play at Bucknell University next year. Credits: Sean Conklin
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Devon Colquhoun will play field hockey at Rutgers University next year. Credits: Sean Conklin
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Joined by family and coaches, Andrew Chilson will play lacrosse at St. Joseph’s University for the 2019 season. Credits: Sean Conklin
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Callie Sundin signs National Letter of Intent to play girls lacrosse at Vanderbilt University Credits: Sean Conklin
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Callie Sundin is joined by her family and coaches. Credits: Sean Conklin
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Annika Begley, joined by her family and coach will play girls lacrosse at Stanford University next year. Credits: Sean Conklin
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Thomas Cromie is joined by his family and swim coach. He will be on the swim team next year at Davidson College. Credits: Sean Conklin
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Nicholas Manno signs National Letter of Intent to play soccer at the University of West Virginia. Credits: Sean Conklin
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Micahel Moran, pictured with his mother and father will compete on the gymnastics team next year at the University of Minnesota. Credits: Sean Conklin
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David Habermas joined by his parents will play baseball at Seton Hall University in 2018-19. Credits: Sean Conklin
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Joined by his parents and golf coach, William O’Neill will compete at Georgetown University in 2018-19. Credits: Sean Conklin
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Joined by his parents and baseball coach, Brennan O’Neill will pitch for Seton Hall University in the 2018-19 season. Credits: Sean Conklin
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MORRISTOWN, NJ – It is among the biggest decisions of a young high school student’s life – ‘What do I do after I graduate?’

On Wednesday morning, 11 senior varsity athletes from Morristown High School were joined by their families and coaches as they committed to their respective universities to play collegiate sports.

“This is their chance as they’re moving onto the next level and we’re proud to acknowledge the hard work and dedication that these student athletes have put in over the years,” said Morristown High School Athletic Director Smitty Horton. “It’s a very happy occasion for all of us here who are proud to celebrate their achievements.”

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Here is a full list of the senior athletes who committed today to NCAA Division 1 Schools:

  • Devon Colquhoun, Rutgers University (Field Hockey)
  • Callie Sundin, Vanderbilt University (Girls Lacrosse)
  • Annika Begley, Stanford University (Girls Lacrosse)
  • Brennan O’Neill, Seton Hall University (Baseball)
  • David Haberman, Seton Hall University (Baseball)
  • Andrew Chilson, St. Joseph’s University (Boys Lacrosse)
  • Holly Burns, Bucknell University (Girls Soccer)
  • William O’Neill, Georgetown University (Golf)
  • Nicholas Manno, University of West Virginia (Boys Soccer)
  • Thomas Cromie, Davidson College (Swimming)
  • Michael Moran, University of Minnesota (Gymnastics)

“They’ve been successful both on and off the field and are especially driven in the classroom as well,” Horton added. “Every day, I appreciate that we have phenomenal students like this in our school. They are great role models for their fellow students.”

“These young adults have accomplished so much already in their lives, but my advice to them is to keep their focus and continue striving to be the best that they can be,” suggested Horton. “I’d love to see these kids come back and be role models for the next generation of student athletes here at Morristown High School.”

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