14 More Class of 2020 Student-Athletes Announce Commitments

Friday, June 12, 2020
Alex Lorenzo ’20 is among the 14 Mercersburg senior student-athletes announcing
their college commitments

Mercersburg Academy announces the commitments of 14 members of its just-graduated Class of 2020 to continue their respective sports at the college level. The group includes student-athletes headed to 10 different institutions at the NCAA’s Division I, Division II, and Division III levels.

Those announcing commitments include:
Jay Budin ’20, Chevy Chase, MD; baseball, St. Lawrence University
Cory Daly ’20, Harpers Ferry, WV; baseball, Navy
Patrick Di Tullio ’20, Gmunden, Austria; basketball, Trinity University (TX)  
Jake Evert ’20, Bethlehem, PA; swimming, Navy
Anna Freyman ’20, Lake Mary, FL; swimming, Navy
Zoe Gooch ’20, Cranleigh, United Kingdom; basketball, Denison University
Jonah Harm ’20, Placerville, CA; swimming, Navy
Aakash Koduru ’20, Collegeville, PA; track & field/cross country, Swarthmore College
Alex Lorenzo ’20, Bronx, NY; squash, Connecticut College
Austin Monsereenusorn ’20, Nonthaburi, Thailand; football, Allegheny College
Kaylen Oweh ’20, Howell, NJ; basketball, St. Thomas Aquinas College (NY)
Zander Patent ’20, Chicago, IL; football, Occidental College
Zach Powers ’20, Centreville, MD; baseball, Navy
Billy Wilkerson ’20, Philadelphia, PA; swimming, Dickinson College

Combined with members of the senior class that announced their athletic commitments earlier in 2019-2020, a total of 20 members of Mercersburg’s Class of 2020 will continue their athletic careers in college. Those previously announcing commitments were Aurelius Dunbar ’20 (Greencastle, PA; wrestling, Penn State University), AJ Gray ’20 (Rochester, NY; basketball, University of Hartford), Addie Jenkins ’20 (Middleburg, VA; lacrosse, Roanoke College), Caroline Kranich ’20 (State College, PA; lacrosse, Washington and Lee University), Annie Leder ’20 (Washington, DC; track & field, Dickinson College), and Quintin Metcalf ’20 (Seoul, South Korea; basketball, St. Bonaventure University).