Senior Swimmer Commits to Division I Fordham University

Trinity Hall congratulates senior swimmer Jessica Zebrowski who committed to Division I Fordham University on the NCAA's National Letter of Intent Signing Day, November 11. The National Letter of Intent serves as a binding agreement between student-athletes and their collegiate sports programs.

“Jessica’s commitment to an outstanding Division I school exemplifies both her impressive athletic accomplishments and her dedication to academics,” said Alison Le Vine Pugsley, athletic director.  “With pride, we congratulate Jess on her athletic and academic achievements and wish her continued success as she progresses as a student-athlete at the next level.”

“My perseverance is something that has made all of this possible, and I was taught this here, at Trinity Hall,” said Zebrowski. “I cannot thank Trinity Hall enough for all of the assistance and guidance they have provided me for these past four years. I cannot wait to be a Fordham Ram!”

A member of Trinity Hall’s state championship varsity swimming team, Jessica also swims for the Greater Monmouth YMCA where she is a Futures and YMCA National qualifier. At the 2019 YMCA LC National Championships, she placed fifth in the 50 LCM butterfly (28.60).  Outside of pool, she is an altar server and volunteers with the St. Vincent DePaul Society.


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