Trinity Hall Senior Commits to Play Softball at DeSales University

Trinity Hall congratulates senior Madison Kelly of Aberdeen who recently committed to play softball at DeSales University.

“It has been my dream since I was little to play collegiate softball and [the signing] was just one step closer to finally living out my dream,” said Kelly. “Sports have allowed me to empower myself and those around me.”

Kelly is a member of Trinity Hall’s softball and volleyball teams, and serves as the manager of the basketball team. Outside of athletics, she is involved with the school’s student annual fund, pre-med club, and athletics council, and serves as a lector and Eucharistic minister.

Kelly also recently earned the NJSIAA’s National Association for Girls and Women in Sports Day Award, which recognizes outstanding female student-athletes.

“Madison is an exceptional student-athlete, more than deserving of her recent recognitions because of her contributions to her teams and our greater school community,” said Alison Le Vine Pugsley, Trinity Hall athletic director. “We are so proud of Madison and all her academic and athletic accomplishments. We wish her continued success on and off the field as she continues her academic and athletic career at DeSales University." 

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