NEWTOWN SQUARE–Eleven Episcopal Academy student-athletes formally announced their intentions to continue their academic and athletic careers at Ivy League institutions next fall.
“The Ivy League is made up of some of the world’s top academic universities and recruits the nation's best and brightest students, so to have 11 of our student-athletes accept Ivy League offers is a testament to those students, their families, and the tremendous education they have received at The Episcopal Academy,” says Hamilton Clark, the Greville Haslam Head of School.
The 11 EA student-athletes, listed in alphabetical order, who will be Ivy League bound next fall are:
Sean Fahey, Dartmouth College (golf)
Kevin Flannery, Cornell University (squash)
Sydney Francis, Cornell University (squash)
Kevin Gayhardt, University of Pennsylvania (lacrosse)
Kristen Hinckley, Dartmouth College (lacrosse)
Claire Kneizys, Columbia University (field hockey)
Devin McLaughlin, Harvard University (squash)
Nick Mead, Princeton University (crew)
Rachel Repke, University of Pennsylvania (swimming)
Adam Strouss, University of Pennsylvania (football)
Grace Van Arkel, Columbia University (squash)
This information was provided by The Episcopal Academy.