Meet the Athletes

  • Elli Arbogast


    Rutgers University

    Anticipated Major: Environmental Science

    I started rowing freshman year because I had nothing to do after school, and at that time I had no idea how much the sport and my team would end up meaning to me. When I started looking at colleges, I knew I wanted a team with a bond like my own and I’m so happy I found that at Rutgers. I’m excited to spend the next four years there with my new team!


    Luke Dotson


    Georgia tech

    Anticipated Major: Business

    I am so grateful to have the opportunity to compete at Georgia Tech. Thank you to all of the people who have supported me this far. If it weren’t for them I wouldn’t be involved in this amazing sport.


    Dominic Edwards

    Men’s Swimming

    Cornell University

    Anticipated Major: Economics

    I want to thank Coach Johnson, Coach Parker, Coach McKenna, Coach Schultz, Coach Burke, and Coach Sturner, for helping me achieve my goal of swimming in college. I am extremely grateful for the entire CRN community for pushing me to become a better athlete, student, and person. I can’t wait to continue swimming for the next 4 years.


    Kathryn Hastings


    Wagner College

    Anticipated Major: History, Sociology

    I began playing softball when I was pretty young, and over time it has become the most important thing in my life. I’ve met some of my closest friends and some of the best coaches playing this sport and I want to thank every single one of them. They supported and pushed me to become a better athlete and even better person. Going to Wagner I will be able to continue making these close relationships with my team while playing the sport I love in the city I love. Thank you to everyone that has helped me along the way especially my family who has always supported me. I can’t wait to be a Seahawk!


    Amelia Honer

    Women’s Tennis

    UC Santa Barbara

    Anticipated Major: Undecided

    I am super excited and very thankful for the opportunity to continue playing tennis in college and I would like to thank everyone who has supported me along the way.


    Jill Hopkins

    Shippensburg University

    Women’s Lacrosse

    Anticipated Major: Undecided

    I would like to give the biggest thanks to my club coaches, teammates, and parents for pushing me this far. I would not be where I am now without you. Lacrosse means so much to me and I am so excited to see where it takes me athletically and academically these next four years at Shippensburg University!


    Sammy Judge

    Women’s Soccer

    Lehigh University

    Major: Undecided

    Thank you to my family for always supporting me through this journey. Soccer is a big part of my lif and I am so happy to be able to continue playing for four more years.


    Audrey Lucerne


    Boston University

    Anticipated Major: Human Physiology

    I started rowing in 8th grade at PNRA Mercer after playing soccer for 7 years. I owe much of my success to my parents for supporting me over the years and pushing me to work hard in athletics and academics. I would also like to thank my brother Luke, who is a plebe wrestler at the Naval Academy, for being my role model and instilling a competitive drive in me that I hope to bring to Boston University Rowing.


    Luke Molden


    United States Naval Academy

    Anticipated Major: Undecided

    I would like to say thank you to my family, coaches, and teammates for supporting me in my journey to get to this point.  I can't say enough to express how thankful I am to be given this tremendous opportunity and being able to serve my country in the process.


    Luke Walstrum

    Men’s Lacrosse

    Penn State University

    Anticipated Major: Undecided

    I would like to thank my family, friends, and coaches for helping me get to this point. But especially my dad, who has been a great mentor for me and teaching me everything he knows about lacrosse. I chose Penn State because it offered me the best athletic and academic opportunity. With the single goal of winning Penn State’s First National Championship under Coach Tambroni.


    Eva Wojnovich


    Duke University

    Anticipated Major: Undecided

    I started rowing my freshman year at Princeton National Rowing Association/Mercer. Initially, I signed up for a rowing camp the summer of 8th grade because my mother rowed in college and she thought I might enjoy it.  My teammates and coaches inspire me a lot to work hard and to contribute to the team. I want to thank them and my family for all their support. I can't wait to compete at Duke!