NPHS Holds Annual College Signing Night

College Signing Night at New Providence High School recognized the 13 student-athletes who are resuming their athletic career at the NCAA level.

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The 3rd annual College Signing Night at New Providence High School took place Wednesday evening to recognize the 13 student-athletes who are resuming their athletic career at the NCAA level.

“Over 90% of our students participate in athletics at this high school,” said New Providence Athletics Director Vinny Carangelo.  “And we have 13 student athletes who are going to be playing at the next level, so it is truly an accomplishment that everybody should be really proud of.”

 Joseph Crisafi- Misericordia University (Boys Soccer)

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Dillon Konzelmann- Gettysburg College (Boys Soccer)

Riley Kinum- Middlebury College (Girls Soccer)

Robert Gelinas- William Patterson University (Football)

Benjamin Hasenkopf- Gettysburg College (Football)

Chris Vass- Gettysburg College (Football)

Tyler Lawton- Syracuse University (Boys Lacrosse)

Patrick Trezza- Monmouth University (Boys Lacrosse)

Billy Vignali- Lynchburg University (Boys Lacrosse)

Elena Del Duca- Kutztown University (Girls Lacrosse)

Gregory Lambert- Immaculata University (Baseball)

Timothy DiGuglielmo- Muhlenberg College (Track and Field)

Amanda Maurer- Stockton University (Track and Field)

“We have all different colleges and universities represented here tonight,” said Carangelo.  “All of these athletes have given so much for not just the four years they have been here, but at the youth level as well, and I thank all the parents who help fuel that passion and support their love of athletics.”

Congratulations to all of the student-athletes who are pursuing a higher education and athletic career and NPHS thanks them for all they have done for their respective programs, as well as how they have represented the school in true Pioneer fashion.

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