Archmere Seniors Plan to Continue Their Athletic Careers at the Collegiate Level

Congratulations to the thirteen Archmere senior athletes who plan on continuing their athletic careers at the collegiate level!



Caroline Antunes
 
Georgetown University
Crew
 
International Political Economy
 
 
Michael Berman
 
 
Centenary University
 
Basketball
Biology with Pre-Med concentration
 
Phoebe Brinker
 
Duke University
Golf
 
Computer Science
 
Tom Carney
 
 
Franklin and Marshall College
 
Football
Finance

Vaughn DiBattista
 

Ursinus College
 
Lacrosse
 
Media and Communications
 
Lauren Edmiston
 
 
Wentworth Institute of Technology
 
Volleyball
 
Architecture
 

Jake Fallers
 

Washington College
 

Baseball
 
 
Business/Business Management
 
 
Abigail Kates
 
 
Bucknell University
 
 
Track and Field
 
Business
Rebekkah Kehoe
 
Moravian College
 
Field Hockey
 
 
Elementary Education and Psychology, 
with a Double Minor in French and Mathematics
 

Jack Nielsen
 
 
East Stroudsburg University
 

Baseball
 

Business Management
 
 
Andrew Rosenbaum 

 
University of South 
Carolina
Soccer
 
Sports and Retail Management
 
 
Madison Stewart
 
 
Neumann University
 
 
Basketball
 
 
Nursing
 
 
Fiona Teaney
 
 
Alvernia University
 
 
Basketball
 
 
Nursing
 
Back
    • Caroline Antunes, Georgetown University

    • Michael Berman, Centenary University

    • Phoebe Brinker, Duke University

    • Tom Carney, Franklin and Marshall College

    • Vaughn DiBattista, Ursinus College

    • Lauren Edmiston, Wentworth Institute of Technology

    • Jake Fallers, Washington College

    • Abigail Kates, Bucknell University

    • Rebekkah Kehoe, Moravian College

    • Jack Nielsen, East Stroudsburg University

    • Andrew Rosenbaum, University of South Carolina

    • Madison Stewart, Neumann University

    • Fiona Teaney, Alvernia University

Pietate et Scientia

Archmere Academy is a private, Catholic, college preparatory co-educational academy,
grades 9-12 founded in 1932 by the Norbertine Fathers.