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BHS students taking their games to the next level

Plenty of Eagles will play sports in college

Posted 6/4/20

More than two dozens graduating Barrington High School students are poised to play intercollegiate athletics next fall.

According to information provided by the school, 29 student-athletes will …

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BHS students taking their games to the next level

Plenty of Eagles will play sports in college

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More than two dozens graduating Barrington High School students are poised to play intercollegiate athletics next fall.

According to information provided by the school, 29 student-athletes will play a variety of sports, including football, swimming, fencing, volleyball, track and field, sailing, soccer, field hockey, rowing and more.

Following is the list of soon-to-be-graduates, the colleges they plan to attend, and the sports they will compete in:

Jon Adamson — Denison University — Football

Andrew Barton — Union College — Swimming

Anika Breker — Brown University — Fencing

Trent Carney — LaSell University — Volleyball

William Cauley — Princeton University — Track and Field

Stephanie Chun — Bowdoin College — Cross Country/Track and Field

Sydni Diehl — James Madison University — Swimming

Aiden Doyle — Southern New Hampshire University — Soccer

Grace Faulkner — Dartmouth University — Soccer

Claire Grover — University of Rochester — Soccer

Maeve Harrington — Hamilton College — Field Hockey

Julia Howarth — Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Soccer

Walter Joachim-DelPoio — Bates College — Track and Field

Chip Kreuzkamp — Boston College — Sailing

Josh Leadem — University of Rochester — Baseball

Caroline Livingston — Dartmouth University — Cross Country/Track and Field

Madison McGloin — Bucknell University — Track and Field

Jack O'Connell — Bryant University — Football

Jordynn Palethorpe — Washington and Lee University — Track and Field

Sophie Piette — University of New England — Swimming

Sarah Quinlan — Mount Holyoke College — Equestrian

Will Rywolt — Stonehill College — Basketball

Emma Scheibl — Sacred Heart University — Rowing

Emily Swintak — Connecticut College — Rowing

Sam Tanous — American International College — Baseball

Sam Turner — Hood College — Baseball

Ethan Tutt — Old Dominion University — Sailing

Owen Voigt — Boston University — Tennis

Britta Wilkerson — Hobart and Williams Smith Colleges — Rowing

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