Trinity Hall Celebrates Eight Seniors on National Signing Day

TINTON FALLS, N.J. – November 10, 2021 –  Trinity Hall, an independent, all-girls high school, congratulates its senior student-athletes participating in the National Signing Day on November 10. Trinity Hall celebrated the eight seniors who committed to continuing their athletic and academic careers at NCAA Division I institutions. The eight seniors represented lacrosse, rowing, soccer, cross country and track. 
“We are so proud of the Trinity Hall student-athletes for committing to play at the NCAA level,” said Alison Le Vine Pugsley, Trinity Hall Athletic Director. “This accomplishment results from years of hard work and the commitment to excel in both academics and athletics. We look forward to watching the Monarchs thrive in their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level. Trinity Hall is always cheering for you!”
“We are excited to celebrate with these student-athletes today who have earned the opportunity to train and compete in college due to their accomplishments in both athletics and academics throughout their high school career,” said Alyssa Morreale, Director of College Counseling at Trinity Hall. “To be an elite athlete takes an impressive amount of effort and dedication, but to reach that caliber in their sport while also maintaining high grades in all honors and AP classes is truly outstanding.”
The Trinity Hall community congratulates the following senior student-athletes: 
MK Allingham - Division I Women’s Lacrosse at Mount St. Mary’s University
Madeline Barber - Division I Women’s Cross Country and Track at Bucknell University
Haven Dora - Division I Women’s Lacrosse at Princeton University
Lily Froehlich - Division I Women’s Soccer at Georgetown University
Ellie Johnson - Division I Women’s Rowing at the University of Pennsylvania
Cameryn Keane - Division I  Women’s Soccer at the University of North Carolina Wilmington 
Paige Nolan - Division I Women’s Lacrosse at the University of Pennsylvania
CC Webber - Division I Women’s Lacrosse at Bucknell University

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