Trinity Hall Celebrates Seven Seniors on National Signing Day

Trinity Hall congratulates its senior student-athletes participating in a National Signing Day ceremony on November 9. Trinity Hall celebrated the seven seniors who committed to continuing their athletic and academic careers at NCAA Division I and III institutions. The seven seniors represented basketball, golf, lacrosse, rowing and swimming. 
"It's a wonderful thing for a school the age and size of Trinity Hall to have seven girls continuing to play sports at the collegiate level,” said Robert Bagley, athletic director. “The hard work and perseverance these student-athletes have displayed in their respective sports will serve them well in college outside the field of play as much as it does in competition. We look forward to cheering them on in the coming years, and we hope they will come back some day to work with the next generation of Monarch athletes."
Director of College Counseling Alyssa Morreale said, “We are so proud of these student-athletes whose dedication to their athletics as well as their academics has earned them this tremendous opportunity to pursue their goals at the next level, both in school and sports. We can't wait to see them thrive in college where we know they will make a positive impact, just like they have at Trinity Hall.”
The Trinity Hall community congratulates the following senior student-athletes: 
Gianna Cofone - Women’s Swimming & Diving at Hamilton College
Victoria Conrad - Women’s Rowing at Fairfield University 
McLane Gmelich - Women’s Swimming & Diving at Dartmouth College 
Peyton McGuire - Women’s Lacrosse at University of Chicago
Alexandra Popham - Women’s Lacrosse at Rutgers University 
Isabella Scanapicco - Women’s Golf at Lehigh University
Juliet Vanucci - Women’s Basketball at Rosemont College

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