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WVHS senior softball players sign college letters of intent

on May 25, 2016

Warwick Valley Central School District
Warwick Valley High School

National College Letters of Intent Signing Ceremony
May 25, 2016

 
WVHS softball players sign college letters of intent

  • Ciarra DiGuilio

Warwick Senior Softball Player
National Letter of Intent to attend Division I Iona College of New Rochelle, New York
Partial Athletic and Merit Scholarship to aid in the cost of Tuition, Room and Board.

Career Highlights
• 4 Year Varsity Player (3 Year Starter) – Captain
• All State and All Section Selection 2014 and 2015
• Batting .460 as a senior pitcher and 1st Baseman

Recruited by Melissa Inouye Head Softball Coach at Iona College of the Division I Metro Athletic Conference where she will compete as a first baseman. Teams in the MAC include Fairfield, Sienna, Quinnipiac and Manhattan College.

Academic Accomplishments
• Grade Point Average above an 85 in her 4 years at Warwick
• Two Sport Athlete Volleyball/Softball
• Active in the Leadership Academy

Parents: Mark and Pam DiGuilio
WVHS softball players sign college letters of intent

  • Alycia Bellido

Warwick Senior Softball Player
National Letter of Commitment to attend the University of Albany.

Career Highlights
• 4 Year Varsity Player – Catcher
• Batted .478 with a thrown out stealing percentage of 73.5%
• O Past Balls as Senior Catcher

Recruited by Joe Reardon of Albany University (Batting Coach). She committed to Albany in November on Partial athletic Scholarship for softball. The Albany Great Danes Albany compete in the America East Conference which includes Binghamton, University of Maryland Baltimore County and Stony Brook .
Plans to study Social Welfare.

Academic Accomplishments
• Grade Point Average of 94.23 AVG
• Wind Ensemble and Drum Major
• Academic Schedule includes OCCC Calculus and AP Government.

Parents: Donna and Augie Bellido of Warwick, New York

 

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