College and the Class of 2014

College and the Class of 2014

Olivia Connolly, Reviews Writer

As our beloved Senior class prepares to finish their year at Senior Farewell and graduation, I know the feelings are bittersweet. They will be missed so much, but we also stand behind them and are so proud of all that they have accomplished. They were great examples for the rest of the school, and we wish them luck as they pursue their dreams in college and beyond.

As a final memorial for the Class of 2014, here is a list of where each girl will be attending college (as of May 15, 2014).

Hannah Aberle- Loyola University of Maryland

Amanda Abraham- George Washington University

Lindsey Aburn- University of Dayton

Catherine Adoga- Boston College

Maija Adourian- Washington College

Natalie Anderson- Mercyhurst University

Savannah Aversa- University of Maryland, College Park

Lauren Bach- Elon University

Abigail Baker- Rice University

Anita Batuure- New York University

Gabriela Beese- St. Mary’s College of Maryland

Brooke Benson- University of Maryland, College Park

Lauren Bernardo- Univeristy of Maryland, College Park

Morgan Bracken- University of Florida

Emily Brooks- University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Meghan Cain- University of Notre Dame

Megan Cannon- St. Mary’s College of Maryland

Brooke Cariello- Towson University

Erin Caubo- University of Virginia

Molly Cobb- University of Notre Dame

Alexandra Conley- University of Alabama

Julia Conners- University of Maryland, College Park

Alexandra Cox- University of Maryland, College Park

Meghan Coyne- University of Delaware

Emma Craig- Washington College

Breanna Crowley- University of North Carolina, Wilmington

Lucille Darlington- Wagner College

Elizabeth David- Miami University, Oxford

Carrie Davison- University of Delaware

Darby DeCarlo- University of South Carolina

Bailey DeMaso- Loyola University of Maryland

Jacqueline Dempsey- University of Maryland, College Park

Kelly Dempsey- James Madison University

Lindsay DiBerardo- Furman University

Caroline Dilli- University of South Carolina

Caroline Doyle- University of Notre Dame

Caroline Drusano- Georgetown University

Amanda Duckett- University of Maryland, College Park

Kelly Dunn- University of Maryland, College Park

Maria Duvall- Mount Saint Mary’s University

Monica Fafaul- Fordham University

Marissa Feeley- Suffolk University

Leah Feulner- University of California, Los Angeles

Brittany Fontana- James Madison University

Claire Ford- University of Maryland, College Park

Lily Franz- Towson University

Samantha Freund- St. Mary’s College of Maryland

Victoria Gabor- University of Louisville

Grace Geary- University of South Carolina

Emily Geritz- Fordham University

Katherine Gilbert- Gettysburg College

Elizabeth Gleeson- University of Rhode Island

Eibhlin Goggins- Georgetown University

Meredith Good- University of Maryland, College Park

Corrie Griffiths- University of South Carolina

Shelby Hamilton- George Mason University

Sarah Hannan- Villanova University

Elizabeth Haus- The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Delaney Hayward- University of Delaware

Meghann Hefner- Stevenson University

Julia Hergenroeder- Elizabethtown College

Margaret Herr- Virginia Commonwealth University

Taylor Hineline- Washington College

Kelsey Hoffman- University of Maryland, College Park

Robyn Howard- Spelman College

Mary Claire Hudak- Elon University

Minyoung Jang- Harvard College

Marisa Jara- University of South Carolina

Sarah Jones- Miami University, Oxford

Kristen Kanaras- University of Delaware

Maura Kelly- La Salle University

Kendall Kern- University of Mississippi

Sara Kimball- East Carolina University

Christina King- Belmont University

Anne Kozak- Savannah College of Art and Design

Kendall Krumenacker- Towson University

Margaret Lane- University of Maryland, College Park

Brenna Leary- Babson College

Summer Legambi- University of Maryland, College Park

Alexandra Lemmon- High Point University

Grace Lillien- Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Paige Linardi- George Washington University

Victoria Lindt- University of Maryland, College Park

Jane Lorenzi- Marqette University

Megan Maas- University of South Carolina

Makayla Machovec- University of Maryland, College Park

Julia Mangione- Savannah College of Art and Design

Anna Markovitz- Franklin and Marshall College

Jessica Martin- North Carolina State University

Emily McCarthy- Loyola University of Maryland

Haley McComas- Colorado School of Mines

Rachael McDonald- Miami University, Oxford

Grace McKenna- Northeastern University

Olivia Michel- University of Alabama

Gabrielle Milando- Wake Forest University

Jordan Mitchell- University of Maryland, College Park

Michelle Moeller- Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Alexandra Mulliken- University of Georgia

Elizabeth Mullin- University of Maryland, College Park

Emily Murphy- University of Richmond

Meghan Murphy- North Carolina State University

Madison Niller- University of Delaware

Amy Nolan- University of Dayton

Meghan Novotny- Randolph-Macon College

Shannon Ogrysko- Stevenson University

Rita Padden- Fordham University

Nicole Pellegrini- Elizabethtown College

Danielle Potis- Bucknell Universiy

Sarah Powderly- University of North Carolina, Wilmington

Colleen Powers- Pace University, New York City

Nicole Rallo- Stevenson University

Gabrielle Ratajczak- University of Maryland, College Park

Caitlyn Rayman- Maryland Institute College of Art

Paige Reich- Southern Methodist University

Mary Rittenhouse- University of South Carolina

Chloe Roberts- University of Delaware

Bridget Rudolphi- Clemson University

Clare Ryan- Towson University

Margaret Sands- Washington and Lee University

Mary Schaefer- Gettysburg College

Caroline Schlee- University of South Carolina

Tymarra Sherrill- North Carolina State University

Madison Shutt- University of Maryland, College Park

Blake Smith- United States Naval Academy

Cailin Smith- Dickinson College

Nicole Smith- Catholic University of America

Michelle Stanley- University of Maryland, College Park

Meghan Stewart- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Megan Sudek- College of Charleston

Mae Tarr- University of Michigan

Bridget Thompson- Florida State University

Mary Tipton- University of Maryland, College Park

Lauren Tomasic- University of Scranton

Georgia Tunney- Georgetown University

Julia Unitas- Loyola University of Maryland

Grace Vogel- University of Delaware

Danielle Wall- Boston University

Lucie Wiedefeld- University of Maryland, College Park

Emma Williams- University of Maryland, College Park

Taylor Williams- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Katherine Willis- Gettysburg College

Julia Wilson- Washington and Lee University

Kaitlyn Winner- Towson University

Heather Witman- University of South Carolina

Emily Woodward- Emerson College

 

Finally, here are some impressive statistics about this year’s graduating class. 100% were accepted to a 4-year institution and to date, have won $23,129,740 in scholarships. 86.2% of the class received aid, and 505 total scholarships were awarded.

31% of the girls will remain in-state, and 8% will be going to each of the following states: PA, SC, NC, and VA. 5% will be headed to DE, and 32% will attend school in another state not mentioned.

Using the categories from Barron’s Profile regarding degree of competitiveness, 16% of Seniors will go to the Most Competitive Schools, 36% to Highly Competitive Schools, 35% to Very Competitive Schools and 13% to Competitive Schools.

Two students were appointed to attend USNA, and one accepted the appointment. 10 student-athletes signed to NCAA Division I schools.

The Class of 2014 has certainly left big shoes to fill, and we wish them all the best in college!