Congratulations to all our Roadrunners taking their athletic careers to the college level!
Demari Curry, Marshall University, Soccer (NCAA Div 1, Conference USA)
Demari Curry, daughter of Rhonda and Kyle Curry of Ellicott City, will attend Marshall University.
“I chose Marshall because the coaches are honestly amazing and so supportive. On top of that, because I want to go into the field of Sports Medicine, specifically as an Athletic Trainer, their curriculum is appealing because it is extremely hands-on which is a great way to learn. Having the chance to experience what my career is up close is one I couldn’t pass up. Being able to play the sport I love interwoven with my dream career, I absolutely loved It!”
Hannah Dereje, Elon University, Basketball (NCAA Div I, Colonial Athletic Association)
Hannah Dereje, daughter of Metasebia Kebede, of Burtonsville, will attend Elon University.
“I chose Elon because it felt like home!”
Lauryn Hall, Morgan State, Tennis (NCAA Div I, Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)
Lauryn Hall, daughter of Kim and Damon Hall, of Bowie, will attend Morgan State University.
“I chose Morgan because it feels like home and everyone is one big family. The support from your peers and coaches is amazing. Lauryn will be following in her parents footsteps by joining the Morgan State Bears Tennis program!”
Caroline Ross, Butler University, Lacrosse (NCAA Div I, Big East)
Caroline Ross, daughter of Nancy and Justin Ross, of Hyattsville, will attend Butler University.
“I am extremely lucky to have grown up playing lacrosse in Prince George’s county and am so blessed to be able to fulfill this dream of mine. Thank you to God, my family, my coaches and my entire Seton family!”
Regina Walton, Elon University, Basketball (NCAA Div I, Colonial Athletic Association)
Regina Walton, daughter of Ms. Pamela Walton and Mr. Ron Walton, of Capitol Heights, will attend Elon University.
“I chose Elon because of the family-oriented environment. They have an amazing Business and Communications program that I'm really interested in and when I stepped on campus it felt like a second home to me.”
Danielle Dunn, Florida Southern College, Lacrosse (NCAA Division II, Sunshine State Conference).
Danielle Dunn, daughter of Marie and Michael Dunn, of Berwyn Heights, will attend Florida Southern College.
"Florida Southern wants their students to achieve academically and athletically with the support of the community behind you. When I visited the campus and met the coach and students, I felt like it was home. I couldn't imagine going anywhere else!"