PVI Student-Athletes Headed to College Teams

PVI Student-Athletes Headed to College Teams

Congratulations to PVI's Class of 2018 college-bound student-athletes! 

Pictured left to right bottom row: Luke Caracciolo (Bryant/Lacrosse), Chase Hutson (Seton Hall/Soccer), RJ Barnes (VMI/Lacrosse), Antonella Henson-Vendrell (Monmouth/Lacrosse), Michelle Umali (Catholic/Dance), Italia Carnazza (Randolph-Macon/Lacrosse), Adam Melendez (Catholic/soccer), Chris DeBruyne (Army/Soccer), John Kittelberger (Susquehanna/Golf). 

Second row: Kyle Greenfelder (Denison/Lacrosse), Reid McDonald (Trinity/Lacrosse), Emily Kavanaugh (Illinois-Chicago/Soccer), Alejandro Luna (Scranton/Soccer), Jackie Hatheway (Virginia Tech/Dance), Patrick McHale (Catholic/Track), Emily Dettbarn (Hood/Soccer), Raphaella Henson-Vendrell (Hood/Lacrosse), Nick Marshall (Suffolk/Golf).
 
Third row: Greyson Ergenbright (Dartmouth/Lacrosse), Kelsey Shea (Brown/Lacrosse), Katie Coritz (Columbia/Soccer), Nina Askew (Providence/Volleyball), Brigid Sullivan (Manhattanville/Soccer), Sam Freeborne (Mary Washington/Baseball), Matt Zielezienski (Hamilton/Soccer), Jack Weeks (Georgetown/Baseball),  Zach Hosseinian (William & Mary/Soccer), Justin Shim (Dickinson/Golf).
 
Top row: Gavin Kemble (Gettysburg/Football), Steven Cornwell (UMBC/Lacrosse), Brandon Fisher (Ohio State/Lacrosse), Thomas Russell (USNA/Baseball), Miles Latimer (Stony Brook/Basketball), Kate Klimkiewicz (Boston College/Basketball), Andrew McHale (Catholic/Track), Carter Spivey (East Carolina/Baseball), Brandon Slater (Villanova/Basketball). 
Not pictured: Amira Collins (Tennessee/Basketball).
 
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Paul VI Catholic High School is a private college preparatory school for girls and boys in grades 9-12 in Fairfax, Virginia, seeking to help our students Grow in Grace and Wisdom. Our Washington area prep school is part of the Diocese of Arlington and offers rigorous academics, an inclusive community focused on spiritual and leadership formation, and a proud athletic tradition featuring competitive Division I high school athletics in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference.