K-Kids announce college destinations
Northampton recently announced 30 student-athletes that are heading to the next level to further their academic and athletic careers.
All-star basketball player Aidan Ellwood is heading to Kutztown, while all-state honorable mention field hockey star Morgan Mullen continued a PSAC theme by going to East Stroudsburg.
Quarterback Josh Smith will attend Wagner College and wrestler Logan Ninos is heading to Ithaca.
Zach Liggitt will also suit up for West Chester this fall on the grid iron.
Sam Arnold will stay close to pursue track and field at Lafayette and cheerleader Madison Sheldon will attend Purdue.
The complete list is below.
Samuel Arnold - Lafayette (track and field)
Hunter Wacik - Grove City College (football)
Josh Smith - Wagner College (football)
Aidan Ellwood - Kutztown (basketball)
Cameron Rodgers - Albright (baseball)
Seth Laky - King’s (baseball)
Kyle Morin - Northampton Community College (baseball)
McKayla Strohl - Alvernia (softball)
Hannah Flaven - Moravian (track and field)
Beth Albright - King’s (track and field)
Chance Wandler - Mercyhurst (wrestling)
Logan Ninos - Ithaca (wrestling)
Brittain Shander - Mansfield (baseball)
Brynne Ehrlacher - Millersville (field hockey)
Camryn Devitt - Wilkes (lacrosse)
Ashley Coughlin - New England College (lacrosse)
Karissa Hartzell - King’s (volleyball)
Kayla Christopher - Penn College of Technology (softball)
Brandi Davidson - Hood College (softball)
Heather Alich - University of Scranton (softball)
Larisa Calvo - Susquehanna (swimming)
Rebecca Nothstein - Lock Haven (swimming)
Morgan Mullen - East Stroudsburg (field hockey)
Krystal Heffelfinger - Lock Haven (volleyball)
Kate Gogel - St. Joe’s (field hockey)
Alexis Barrall - Rider (track and field)
Madison Sheldon - Purdue (cheerleading)
Domenica Lerch - Wilkes (lacrosse)
Ryan Keenan - Monmouth (soccer)
Zach Liggitt - West Chester (football)