Syosset Athletes Make Commitments

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Syosset boys lacrosse players who have committed to play college athletics.

Syosset High School held its National Commitment Day for athletes on Nov. 10. Fifteen of Syosset’s most distinguished student athletes signed a Letter of Intent to play their respective sports at the collegiate level.

Student donned caps or attire from their school of choice as they signed their respective Letter of Intent in front of family, coaches and special guests. Syosset coordinator of health, physical education and athletics Drew Cronin hosted the event in conjunction with boys varsity lacrosse coach John Calabria.

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Syosset girls lacrosse players who have committed to play college athletics.

“There is really nothing like playing sports at the collegiate level and that has been the goal of everyone here who is about to sign a National Letter of Intent,” Calabria said. “Syosset High School works hard to ensure its athletes thrive and these students represent the elite of the elite.”

Congratulations to the following students:

•E.J. Aronson—Boys Lacrosse at West Point USAA

•Evan Belmonte—Boys Lacrosse at Pace University

•Frankie Catania—Boys Lacrosse at LIU CW Post

•Betsy Cohen—Girls Lacrosse at Swarthmore College

•Lucas Cotler—Boys Lacrosse at Yale University

•Kaelen Curtin—Boys Lacrosse at Arizona State University

•Mikey Elardo—Boys Lacrosse (Boston University, Hofstra or Rutgers)

•Skylar Graff—Baseball (SUNY Maritime College)

•Alyssa Gehrke—Girls Lacrosse at St. Lawrence University

•Alex Giovinco—Boys Lacrosse at University of Maryland

•Brendan Lyons—Boys Lacrosse at Western New England University

•Macaire O’Keefe—Boys Lacrosse at Penn State University

•Ben Robbins—Boys Lacrosse at Arcadia University

•Kelly Siebert—Girls Lacrosse at Amherst College

•Alex Vargas—Wrestling at University of Maryland

 

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Steve Mosco, former editor-in-chief at Anton Media Group, is a columnist for Long Island Weekly's food and sports sections. He fancies himself a tastemaker, food influencer and king of all eaters.

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