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Glenelg Country School Recognizes Five Senior Athletes At Its Fall College Commitment Celebration

Athletes Commit to Division I and Division II Schools: University of Maryland, East Carolina University, Naval Academy, Seton Hill University

Five senior athletes were recognized on November 10 at its fall college commitment celebration. School faculty, staff, students, teammates, coaches, and parents convened to congratulate the following participants:
  • Sarah Ayer ’18, University of Maryland; Division 1 Women’s Lacrosse
  • Cece Bartley18, East Carolina University; Division 1 Women’s Lacrosse
  • Hannah Glaros 18, University of Maryland; Division 1 Women’s Lacrosse
  • Bobbie Haney ’18, Naval Academy; Division 1 Women’s Lacrosse
  • Christian Krauch ’18, Seton   Hill University, Division 2 Men’s Lacrosse
Honored GCS student-athletes shared their thoughts: 

I would like to thank my family, friends, and all of my coaches that I have had that developed me into the player and young man  I am today. I wouldn't have made it this far without all of their support and guidance. Another thank you to Coach Al and Coach Boland for bringing me to GCS and giving me a great opportunity to become a better lacrosse player. Also Thank you to Coach Novotny and Seton Hill for giving me the opportunity to continue playing lacrosse at a great institution. -Christian Krauch

I chose to further my education and lacrosse career at the University of Maryland due to its friendly atmosphere and endless opportunities. I grew up in family in which almost everyone attended the University of Maryland and loved it, so I was almost guaranteed to love it as well, and I do; I've felt like a Terp my whole life. The welcoming environment and incredible educational programs also played a substantial role in my decision to attend this school. Of course, the unbelievable coaching staff was a big factor as to why I chose this school; having led the women’s lacrosse team to several NCAA Championships in the past. I cannot wait to officially become a Terp! -Hannah Glaros

I transferred to GCS last year going into my junior year of high school. We had moved up into the IAAM A conference that year and made it to the semi finals in playoffs. I was exposed to a very high level of high school lacrosse, playing many tough teams with very talented players. On my team, in just one season, I was able to build strong relationships with my teammates, allowing us to become close friends and very successful on the field. I am very much looking forward to this upcoming spring season to compete again with my teammates for an IAAM championship. -Cecelia Bartley

Through athletics, Glenelg Country School emphasizes goal setting, community, and sportsmanship. Learn more about the GCS Athletic program, at www.glenelg.org/athletics
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