Batouly Camara '15 has left an impact on and off the basketball court.
Michael Colaiocco '19 has become a top starter as a freshman for the UPenn wrestling team.
Bre Cavanaugh '15 is one of the top college women basketball players in the country.
Katie Douglas '18 has recently been named Female Athlete of the Week for the Dartmouth Big Green.
Griffin Fitzgerald '17 has been an excellent squash player for Fordham since the day he became a Ram.
Jordan Dingle '19 has set a new record in Penn history in his first week as a Quaker basketball player. In the first two games of the season, the freshmen scored a total of 44 points, leading the team in scoring both games.
On October 22nd, 2019, Mark Lieberman '74 was elected into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame as a distinguished member.
Alfred Dorbor '16 enters this season as Bryant University's top returning rusher.
In just his second year as a Yale Bulldog, Enzo Okpoye '18 has proven to be an effective player on the men's soccer squad.
Jayson Oweh '18 has become the player to watch in all of college football.
Ekrem Ayhan '17 is proving to be a star on Yale University's men's track and field team.
Catharine Berry-Toon '17 sat in the four seat in the Bates College crew boat that won the 2019 NCAA Division III national title at the Indianapolis Rowing Center.
Leading Blair to consecutive state championships in 2013 and 2014, Sean Lubreski '14 continued to dominate on the New Jersey Institute of Technology baseball team.
Jade Assad '16 recently won Wheaton College's first ever Senior Scholar Athlete of the Year Award, given to the student-athlete in the graduating class with the highest GPA.
Casey Witte '15 has been a dominant two-sport athlete at Bard College.
Alec Lawless '18 had an impressive first year swimming at Swarthmore College. During the 2019 season, he was a a three-time finalist at the Centennial Conference Championships.
Grace Middleton '16 was a key part of Wesleyan University's swimming success this year. She competed in the 100 free and placed 10th overall in the 2019 NEPSAC conference championships.
With a career record of 103-11. Joey McKenna '14 ended the 2018-2019 wrestling season as a dominant force for The Ohio State University wrestling team.
Marial Shayok ’14 had a season to remember as the star shooting guard for the Iowa State University (ISU) Cyclones. On the basketball court, the senior was the team's leading scorer, averaging 18.7 points per game.