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Three WVHS student athletes sign National Letters of Intent

on May 5, 2017
Three student athletes who signed letters of intent sit at signing table with hats branded with the logos of their colleges of choice

Congratulations to student athletes (L-R) Greer Liguori, Jennie Prial, and Sean Quinn.

Three WVCSD student athletes signed National Letters of Intent to compete for their college of choice in the fall.

Jennie Prial, a three season standout (cross country, indoor and outdoor track) signed to attend Xavier University of Cincinnati, OH, and compete as a track athlete for the Musketeers.   

Jennie’s athletic career highlights:

  • All American Distance Medley Relay Team 2016
  • Cross Country Individual Section 9 Champion 2016
  • Indoor Track State Qualifier 3000 MetersThree student athletes who signed letters of intent pose with their coaches

Jennie was recruited by Ryan Orner (Warwick alumni), track coach at Xavier University.  Xavier competes in the Big East Conference for track and field. Jennie will join Warwick alumni Grant Parrelli and Aaron Peterson who compete for Xavier. She chose Xavier over Johns Hopkins, Villanova and Quinnipiac, and she plans to study Nursing. 

Jennie’s academic accomplishments:

  • Top student in the Class of 2017 (ranked #1 with GPA over 100)
  • Student Senate Member, National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society
  • Junior Warwick EMS Volunteer

Jennie’s family includes proud parents Gregory and Anne Prial, and siblings Terence, Danny,  Becky and Brigid.

Three student athletes who signed letters of intent pose with their familiesGreer Liguori, a three-season standout (soccer, basketball, track and field), signed to attend Boston University, Boston, MA, and compete for the Terriers in track and field.    

Greer’s athletic career highlights:

  • All American Distance Medley Relay Team 2016 (ran the 400 M in 56.3)
  • All State Soccer Selection – 5-year varsity player
  • 5 Year Varsity Basketball Player – All Section Selection
  • 200 M/ 400 M Specialist – County and Section champion in the 400M school record holder in the – 200m, 400m, and shuttle hurdle relay

Greer was recruited by Greg Lambert, assistant track coach at Boston University. Boston competes in the Patriot League for track and field. Greer chose Boston University over University of Connecticut, Manhattan and Delaware, and she plans to study physical therapy. 

Academic accomplishments:

  • Ranked in the top 10 percent of her class with a weighted GPA over 96
  • Member of the National Honor Society

Three student athletes who signed letters of intent pose with Superintendent Dr. Leach and high school principal Dr. WashingtonGreer’s family includes proud parents Therese and Paul Liguori, and siblings Donovan Rock, Matt, Dylan, Evan, and Jade.

Sean Quinn, a three season standout (cross country, indoor and outdoor track), signed to attend Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ, and compete for the Hawks in indoor and outdoor track.     

Sean athletic career highlights:

  • NYSPHSAA Champion 4 X 800 M relay 2015
  • Ran 800 M in 1:56 Indoors
  • Placed 2nd in State in 4 X 800 M relay 2017

Sean was recruited by Chris Tarello, assistant track and field coach at Monmouth University.  Monmouth competes in the MAAC Conference for track and field. Sean chose Monmouth over URI, Sacred Heart and Marist, and he plans to study biology.   

Academic accomplishments:Three student athletes who signed letters of intent pose with teammates

  • Outstanding student with a weighted GPA of 94
  • NYSPHSAA Scholar – Athlete 4 years.

 Sean’s family includes proud parents David and Adrienne Quinn, and siblings Kathryn and Grayson.  

 

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