Olamide Zaccheaus '15,
the rising junior at Virginia University is spotlighted on Virginia Sports TV. Click here to watch the video.

 


John Reid '15,
the Sophomore Nittany Lion Cornerback has the heart of a Hawk! Click here to read the full article.

 



Skyler Mornhinweg '12,
finds a good home at Columbia University. Click here to read the full article.

 


John Reid '15,
the Freshman Cornerback could be one of the first freshmen to see the field this season for Penn State. Click here to read the full article.

 



Paul McGann '11,
was named the MVP of the 2014 Season for Franklin & Marshall. Click here to view Paul's stats for the Diplomats.

 


Eric Medes '11,
Sophomore Linebacker for Harvard University makes his coach smile while watching the young player transform into a bona fide big-time performer. Click here to read the full article.

 

John Arena '10, Future brain scientist shines for nationally ranked Johns Hopkins football team. This Senior Neuroscience major carries aperfect GPA, and leads the JHU defense. Click here to read the full article.

 

John Arena '10, Senior Strong Safety for Johns Hopkins University has been named to the 2013 National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Class, the first JHU football player selected for the prestigious honor since its inception in 1959. The award includes an $18,000 postgraduate scholarship. Click here to read the full article.

 

Prep Football honors Senior College players with the
Kyle Ambrogi Award for Excellence in College Football:Left to right, they are: Mike Pinciotti '09 - University of Pennsylvania; Dan Casey '09 - Brown University; Greg Castillo ’08 – University of Iowa; Joe Ventresca '09 - Gettysburg College; and Mike McCarthy '08 - Catholic University. Missing from picture: Mike Yeager '09 - Colgate University.


Michael DeFeo '11, Sophomore Defensive Back (#35) for Tufts University was one of five players from the 2012 Tufts Football Team named to the prestigious NESCAC (New England Small College Athletic Conference) All-Academic Team. To be honored, an individual must have reached sophomore academic standing and be a varsity letter winner with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.35.


Mike Pinciotti '08, Senior Offensive Guard (#73) for The University of Pennsylvania has won his 3rd Ivy League Championship in 4 years.  Mike was also a 2nd team All-Ivy League selection for the 2012 season. Mike is in his final semester at The Wharton School of Business.

Click here to view Mike's stats on the Penn Athletics website.

 

The following players received 2011 Football Honors and Attention by Division-I recruiters:

PFN All-State Team: Skyler Mornhinweg (Honorable Mention QB; Leroy Kelly Award; USMC All-American), Eric Medes (Second Team LB)

Philadelphia Inquirer All-Southeastern PA Team: Eric Medes (third team LB), Skyler Mornhinweg (first team AP)

Philadelphia Daily News All-City Team: Hurley (honorable mention RB); Hutkin (third team OL), Mancini (second team LB), Medes (second team LB), Mornhinweg (first team QB) 

Philadelphia Daily News All-Catholic Team: Hurley (second team R), Hutkin (second team OL), Jones (honorable mention DL), Kelly (honorable mention OL), Mancini (second team LB), Medes (first team LB), Mornhinweg (Catholic League Player of the Year and first team QB) and Sherry (second team P)

PCL Coaches All-Catholic Honors: Luke Hutkin '12 (first team OL, second team, DL), Todd Jones '13 (second team DL), Peter Kelly '12 (second team OL), Dan Mancini '12 (first team LB), Eric Medes (first team FB, first team LB, Scholar Athlete), Vince Moffett '14 (second team RB), Skyler Mornhinweg '12 (MVP, first team QB, second team DB), John Reid '15 (second team DB) and Dan Sherry '13 (second team P)

 

Prep Football honors Senior College players with the
Kyle Ambrogi Award for Excellence in College Football:

Jamir Livingston accepts the award and poses with his mother, Ever.

Teammates Ryan Haber, Gary Williams, Ryan McGinn, Neil Doogan (USN), Pat Jordan

 

Ted Silary recognizes the contributions of two Prep standout players to their respective Teams:

TIM EDGER P, Rhode Island, Senior 6-2, 185, St. Joe's Prep Fourth season as starter. Last season turned 196 boots into 7,775 yards for an average of 39.7. His best boomer sailed 68 yards while 54 punts made it inside the 20 and 18 resulted in touchbacks. Called into service nine times vs. Buffalo (43-yard average). His career average (39.9) is Rhody's all-time best. His brother, Bill, last fall completed a strong career as a Holy Cross wideout.

RYAN HABER DL, Stony Brook, Senior 6-1, 265, St. Joe's Prep Coming off two consecutive seasons with 11 starts apiece. Multiple groups have named him a preseason all-Big South honoree. Notched 21 solos and seven TFLs among 30 total stops in '10. His very first game, as a redshirt frosh in '08, yielded six tackles. 
 

Philadelphia Eagles try out Prep and Rutgers Captain Charlie Noonan (Details)

 

Alumni in the news ...

Jeff Battipaglia '07, a senior at the United States Naval Academy, is featured in an article on the Navy football team. In the article, which called Jeff the "fabric" of Navy football, assistant coach Chris Culton says he is a "better person because of Jeff Battipaglia."

Bill Mancini '09 was named to Susquehanna's Rookie Recognition by the University's Student Athletic Advisory Committee. 

Joe D'Orazio '07 has been named to TSN's Third-Team All-American

Jeff Battipagllia '07, a member of the Naval Academy football team, has been named to the 2010 Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List. Eligibility for the prestigious award is limited to down linemen, end-to-end, either on offense or defense, who set up no farther than five yards deep from the line of scrimmage.

Joe D'Orazio '07 has been named captain of the Penn football team for the 2010 season. D'Orazio was one of four seniors voted by teammates to be captain.

Charlie Noonan '06 has beeen announced as the captain for the 2010 Rutgers Scarlet Knights.