West Essex High School Students Sign to Play Lacrosse at College

left to right (bottom row): mom Pat Garvey, Matt Garvey, dad Martin Garvey, (standing), West Essex Athletic Director Damion Macioci, West Essex Boys’ Lacrosse Coach Tim Glenn and High School Principal Gary Suda. Credits: Allison Freeman

NORTH CALDWELL, NJ - NCAA signing day has passed, but West Essex High School had another signing day for two players on April 17.

First, Stephanie D'Ascoli, a senior from Fairfield, signed with Muhlenberg College to play lacrosse.

left to right, (sitting) West Essex Girls Lacrosse Coach Jill Cosse, Stephanie D’Ascoli, mom Jacquie D’Ascoli, (standing) West Essex Athletic Director Damion Macioci, Asst. Coach Toni-Anne Cavallo and father Tony D’Ascoli.  Credits: Allison Freeman

Then Matt Garvey, a senior from Essex Fells, signed a letter-of-intent to play lacrosse at Manhattan College.

Left to right (bottom row): mom Pat Garvey, Matt Garvey, dad Martin Garvey, (standing), West Essex Athletic Director Damion Macioci, West Essex Boys’ Lacrosse Coach Tim Glenn and High School Principal Gary Suda. Credits: Allison Freeman

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The coaches, families of both students and school administrators came to the West Essex High School library for a special ceremony where the students signed their letters-of-intent.

For further information:
West Essex High School and Middle School
65 West Greenbrook Road
North Caldwell, NJ 07006
Facebook Page:  West Essex Regional School District

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