NCAA Letter of Intent Signing Day

Tinton Falls, NJ – Trinity Hall, an independent, all-girls high school which opened in Fall 2013, congratulates its 12th grade students participating in the school’s first NCAA National Letter of Intent Signing Day. The National Letter of Intent serves as a binding agreement between student-athletes and their collegiate sports programs. Four of the school’s student-athletes, representing soccer and swimming, have been accepted into Division I and Division III programs in the early signing period. This is the first college admissions season that Trinity Hall students have been eligible for college recruitment and commitment, as its inaugural class will graduate in June 2017.

“We are really proud of our students for their athletic success and academic achievement,” said Mary Sciarrillo, head of school. “These students, enrolled in an all-honors program here at Trinity Hall, have performed at the highest level both on and off the field.”

“It has been an exciting few weeks at Trinity Hall, with our first college acceptances and now our first Signing Day. I am so proud of all these four young ladies have accomplished,” said Christina Bergamo, director of college counseling.

“Today is an awesome day for Trinity Hall athletics,” said Ken Santos, director of athletics. “We have come a long way in a short time due in large part to the efforts of these student athletes. I am extremely proud of them and wish them well in the next chapter of their lives.”

The Trinity Hall community congratulates the following student-athletes:

  • Caroline Gmelich – Division I Women’s Swimming at the University of Virginia
  • Erica O’Kelly – Division III Women’s Soccer at Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Isabelle Pabon – Division I Women’s Swimming at Iona College
  • Malia Wolf – Division I Women’s Swimming at Lehigh University

Trinity Hall, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3), is an independent all-girls college preparatory high school, educating and empowering young women in the Catholic tradition. Trinity Hall’s core values of leadership, respect, perseverance and faith are foundational to their mission and work as educators. For more information, visit

Image:  From left to right: Isabelle Pabon (Division I Women’s Swimming at Iona College), Malia Wolf (Division I Women’s Swimming at Lehigh University), Caroline Gmelich (Division I Women’s Swimming at the University of Virginia), and Erica O’Kelly (Division III Women’s Soccer at Stevens Institute of Technology).



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