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Standout athletes who graduated from Severna Park and Broadneck high schools, along with nearby private schools, competed at the college level this spring. Here is an update on their respective spring seasons.

BASEBALL

Nathan Clarke, Severna Park - Lebanon Valley College

A freshman pitcher for the Dutchmen, Clarke appeared in eight games, starting four, and posted a 1-1 record with a 7.36 ERA, striking out 21 in 22 innings pitched.

Ethan Grieb, Mount Saint Joseph – Frostburg State

After two seasons at Anne Arundel Community College, Grieb transferred to Frostburg State for his junior season. He appeared in six games for Frostburg, logging 5.2 innings with four strikeouts and not allowing an earned run.

Sean Murphy, Broadneck - Catholic

A freshman pitcher for the Cardinals, Murphy made four relief appearances, logging 2.1 innings and allowing five earned runs.

Cody Sharman, Archbishop Spalding - Seton Hall

A freshman pitcher, Sharman did not appear for the Pirates in 2024. He has entered the transfer portal and has four years of eligibility remaining.

Nick Stergiou, Broadneck - CCBC-Catonsville

A sophomore first baseman for the Cardinals, Stergiou batted .424 in 52 games, hitting three home runs and driving in 48 runs.

MEN’S GOLF

Ryan Brophy, Severna Park - AACC

A sophomore for the Riverhawks, Brophy led Anne Arundel Community College to state and region team championships, and he also finished as the men’s individual region champion. He finished eighth in the NJCAA Division II Southeast District Championships, where AACC finished fifth as a team. Brophy qualified for the national championship as an individual but did not make the cut.

Tim Brophy, Severna Park - AACC

A freshman for the Riverhawks, Brophy finished third at the Region 20 tournament and 21st at the NJCAA Division II Southwest District Championships.

Darren Hoffman, Broadneck - AACC

A freshman for the Riverhawks, Hoffman finished sixth at the Region 20 tournament and 29th at the NJCAA Division II Southwest District Championships.

MEN'S LACROSSE

Bubba Bowen, Broadneck - Randolph Macon

A senior attacker for the Yellow Jackets, Bowen appeared in 17 games, scoring 21 goals and adding four assists.

Kevin Bredeck, Severna Park - UMBC

A freshman midfielder, Bredeck did not see action in 2024 for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County Retrievers.

Jake Chambers, Broadneck - Coast Guard Academy

A freshman midfielder for the Bears, Chambers played in 14 games, scoring six goals and adding two assists.

Brooks Chatlos, Broadneck - Virginia Military Institute

A freshman midfielder for the Keydets, Chatlos appeared in two games this season.

Joshua Coffman, Severna Park – Maryland

A graduate student midfielder for the Terrapins, Coffman appeared in nine games.

Ryan Della, Broadneck - Salisbury

A freshman attacker for the Sea Gulls, Della appeared in 14 games, scoring seven goals and scooping up 12 ground balls.

Aiden Doyle, Broadneck - St. Mary’s (Maryland)

A junior attacker for the Seahawks, Doyle appeared in 17 games, scoring 21 goals and adding 19 assists. His season-high was a four-goal effort against Messiah on March 23.

Matthew Dryer, Severna Park - Aurora (Illinois)

A freshman goaltender for the Spartans, Dryer appeared in seven games, making 38 saves.

Jackson Elms, Severna Park - Limestone (South Carolina)

A freshman midfielder for the Saints, Elms appeared in seven games.

Vinny Facciponti, Broadneck - York (Pennsylvania)

A graduate student faceoff specialist, Facciponti equaled or broke multiple records in 2024. He appeared in 18 games, winning 242 of 370 faceoffs, snagging 173 ground balls, scoring 14 goals, and adding 11 assists. He set a school single-game record for faceoffs won (33) and equaled the mark for ground balls (27) against Messiah on April 27, and he owns the school’s all-time records for ground balls (666), faceoffs won (1,083) and faceoff win percentage (.644). Facciponti, who ended his collegiate career as the NCAA’s active leader in faceoff wins across all three divisions, was named the MAC Commonwealth’s Specialist of the Year for the second successive season, gained first-team all-conference honors for the fourth time, and made the USILA Division III All-American honors for a second time.

Davis Fisher, Broadneck - York (Pennsylvania)

A sophomore midfielder for the Spartans, Fisher played in 18 games, scoring 25 goals and logging 28 assists. Fisher was an honorable-mention All-MAC Commonwealth honoree.

Colin Gray, Broadneck - Washington (Maryland)

A freshman goaltender for the Shoremen, Gray appeared in 10 games, making 77 saves.

Keegan Houser, Broadneck – Navy

A senior midfielder for the Midshipmen, Houser appeared in 12 games, scoring five goals and assisting on two others.

Brett Hussey, Severna Park - St. Mary's (Maryland)

A freshman defender for the Seahawks, Hussey appeared in nine games, scoring once, adding three assists and seven ground balls.

Paul Isenberg, Severna Park – Hampden Sydney

A sophomore defender for the Tigers, Isenberg played in four games this season.

Brendan Kennedy, Broadneck – UMBC

A senior attacker for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County Retrievers, Kennedy appeared in 11 games, scoring twice, pulling in 11 ground balls, and forcing seven turnovers.

Liam McNulty, Severna Park - St. Mary’s (Maryland)

A sophomore attacker for the Seahawks, McNulty appeared in 11 games, scoring 17 goals and adding six assists. His season-best was a five-goal effort against Cairn on April 30.

Logan Meighan, Archbishop Spalding - Towson

A freshman defender for the Tigers, Meighan appeared in four games this season.

Russell Melendez, Archbishop Spalding - Johns Hopkins

A senior attacker for the Blue Jays, Melendez featured in 16 games and scored 19 goals, including a season-high four in a NCAA Division I tournament quarterfinal loss to Virginia. He added eight assists.

Tristan Newhouse, Severna Park - Fairleigh Dickinson-Florham

A freshman midfielder for the Devils, Newhouse saw action in eight games, notching one ground ball and one assist.

Ben Nocerito, Severna Park - Coast Guard Academy

Nocerito played in 13 games and had three goals and two assists.

Jackson Roberts, Archbishop Spalding – Navy

A sophomore defender for the Midshipmen, Roberts appeared in five games this season.

Ryan Salazar, Broadneck - Randolph Macon

A freshman attacker for the Yellow Jackets, Salazar appeared in nine games, scoring three goals and adding two assists.

Colin Shadowens, Severna Park – Navy

A sophomore faceoff specialist for the Midshipmen, Shadowens appeared in eight games, winning 16 of 26 faceoffs.

Jackson Shaw, Broadneck - Christopher Newport

A freshman attacker for the Captains, Shaw appeared in seven games, scoring three times.

Dan Shea, Broadneck - York (Pennsylvania)

A senior midfielder for the Spartans, Shea appeared in 15 games, snagging seven ground balls. He scored his first collegiate goal on April 20 against Widener.

Ashby Shepherd, Severna Park - Towson

A freshman goaltender for the Tigers, Shepherd did not see action in 2024.

Will Sherwood, Archbishop Spalding – Loyola (Maryland)

A graduate student short-stick defender, Sherwood played in 12 games for the Greyhounds, logging seven ground balls and forcing four turnovers.

Bryce Stevenson, Severna Park – Salisbury

A sophomore defender for the Sea Gulls, Stevenson appeared in 22 games, scooping up 48 ground balls and forcing 36 turnovers.

Evan Stroble, Severna Park - Mercer

A freshman defender for the Bears, Stroble appeared in one game this season.

Rory Sullivan, Severna Park – UMBC

A junior defender for the Retrievers, Sullivan appeared in one early-season game.

Joaquin Villagomez, Severna Park - Towson

A sophomore attacker, Villagomez scored 33 goals and added 12 assists and 24 ground balls for the Tigers.

Cam Webb, Severna Park - Washington (Maryland)

A freshman faceoff specialist for the Shoremen, Webb saw action in two games this season.

Mikey Weisshaar, Archbishop Spalding - Towson

A sophomore midfielder for the Tigers, Weisshaar started all 17 games and led the team with 42 goals and added 19 assists as Towson reached the NCAA Division I tournament. Weisshaar received All-American honors from Inside Lacrosse (first-team), USILA (second-team) and USA Lacrosse (third-team), in addition to first-team all-Colonial Athletic Association honors.

MEN’S TENNIS

Luke Garner, Broadneck – Navy

A junior for the Midshipmen, Garner went 13-13 in singles matches and 17-9 in doubles matches.

MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD

Kameron Dove, Broadneck - Alvernia

A freshman high jumper for the Golden Wolves, Dove set a personal best of 1.88 meters (6 feet, 2 inches) at an in-season meet in April. He finished 12th at the Middle Atlantic Conference championships.

Collin Fitzgerald, Broadneck - St Mary's (Maryland)

A freshman for the Seahawks, Fitzgerald earned conference athlete of the week honors when he broke the school record in the 100 and 200 meters on April 13 at the Delaware State Invitational.

Carson Sloat, Severna Park - Navy

A junior for the Midshipmen, Sloat primarily ran the 800 this spring. He participated in the 4x800 relay team that finished third at the Patriot League Championships.

Aiden Vanderbilt, Broadneck - Queens (North Carolina)

A freshman sprinter for the Royals, Vanderbilt set a personal best in the 200 meters at the Atlantic Sun Championship meet, finishing 16th in a time of 22.90. He also helped the 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams finish fifth at the conference meet.

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL

Andrew Byrne, Broadneck - Juniata

A freshman defensive specialist for the Eagles, Byrne appeared in six matches, averaging 1.53 digs and 0.59 assists per set.

Michael Schwob, Broadneck - Penn State

A freshman setter for the Nittany Lions, Schwob appeared in 14 matches (44 sets), averaging 10.3 assists, 1.36 digs, 0.75 blocks, 0.32 kills, and 0.23 aces per set.

SAILING

Ryan Wahba, Severn School – Navy

A junior for the Midshipmen, Wahba was part of a crew that finished third in the America's Trophy event and eighth in the Intercollegiate Sailing Association Open Fleet finals. Navy was 11th in the ICSA team nationals.

Softball

Skyla Hailey, Severna Park - Washington (Maryland)

A freshman first baseman for the Shorewomen, Hailey appeared in two games this season.

Addison Hurst, Broadneck - AACC

A freshman outfielder for the Anne Arundel Community College Riverhawks, Hurst earned second-team All-Region 20 honors after batting .434 with four home runs and 27 RBI in 29 games.

Grace Mozloom, Broadneck - AACC

A freshman utility player for the Riverhawks, Mozloom batted .202 in 35 games, scoring 14 runs and driving in 10.

WOMEN’S GOLF

Ela Simpson, Broadneck - AACC

A freshman, Simpson won the NJCAA Division III Region 20 individual championship by 24 strokes. Simpson qualified for the NJCAA Division III national championships, where she finished seventh, becoming the Riverhawk women’s golf program’s first All-American.

WOMEN'S LACROSSE

Alexis Abe, Broadneck – UMBC

After missing the 2023 season, Abe played in 15 games as a junior attacker for the Retrievers. She scored 12 goals and added four assists.

Allie Ballard, Broadneck - McDaniel

A junior defender/midfielder for the Green Terror, Ballard played in 11 games, snagging 22 ground balls.

Sophia Bordone, Severna Park - Embry-Riddle

A freshman defender for the Eagles, Bordone appeared in 13 games this season.

Stella Bordone, Severna Park - Lafayette (Pennsylvania)

A freshman attacker for the Leopards, Bordone appeared in four games, scoring twice.

Camryn Chew, Severna Park - Loyola (Maryland)

A senior defender for the Greyhounds, Chew appeared in 11 games, logging 10 ground balls.

Charlotte Diez, Severna Park - Villanova

A freshman attacker for the Wildcats, Diez appeared in seven games this season.

Lexi Dupcak, Broadneck - Maryland

A freshman midfielder for the Terrapins, Dupcak appeared in eight games this season.

Sammy Dupcak, Broadneck - Penn State

A senior defender for the Nittany Lions, Dupcak started all 19 games this season, scooping 20 ground balls and forcing 17 turnovers. She scored her only goal of the season against Princeton on February 24.

Maddy Goger, Severna Park - Columbia

A freshman midfielder for the Lions, Goger appeared in 10 games this season, scooping nine ground balls.

Abby Goodman, Severna Park - McDaniel

A freshman defender for the Green Terror, Goodman appeared in 12 games, starting five.

Carlie Gownley, Broadneck - Christopher Newport

A freshman defender for the Captains, Gownley appeared in three games.

Lilly Kelley, Broadneck - James Madison

A freshman midfielder for the Dukes, Kelley did not see game action in 2024.

Ella Killian, Broadneck – UMBC

A sophomore defender for the Retrievers, Killian appeared in 15 games, logging 23 ground balls, 15 forced turnovers, and one assist.

Karli Kirchenheiter, Severna Park - Louisville

A freshman midfielder for the Cardinals, Kirchenheiter did not see game action in 2024.

Sydney Kirchenheiter, Severn School - Louisville

A graduate student defender for the Cardinals, Kirchenheiter started 17 of her 19 games played, scooping 10 ground balls.

Sierra Lane, Severna Park - AACC

A freshman defender for the Riverhawks, Lane played in five games, controlling two ground balls and forcing a turnover.

Regan McDonnell, Severna Park - Salisbury

A freshman midfielder for the Sea Gulls, McDonnell appeared in nine games, scoring four goals as Salisbury reached the NCAA Division III title game.

Alexis Melendez, Archbishop Spalding - AACC

A freshman attacker for the Riverhawks, Melendez played in all nine games this season, scoring twice.

Sophia Miller, Severna Park - San Diego State

A freshman midfielder for the Aztecs, Miller didn’t see game action in 2024.

Mary Moore, Broadneck - Villanova

A freshman midfielder for the Wildcats, Moore started 16 all games this season, scoring 23 goals and adding 12 assists. Her season-best came in a four-goal effort against Marquette on April 27.

Lilly Spilker, Severna Park - Penn State

A freshman defender for the Nittany Lions, Spilker didn’t see action in 2024.

Rachel Spilker, Severna Park - Penn State

A graduate student defender for the Nittany Lions, Spilker started all 19 games, scooping 17 ground balls and forcing 22 turnovers.

Olivia Tramontana, Severna Park - San Diego State

A freshman defender for the Aztecs, Tramontana appeared in nine games, scooping nine ground balls and forcing four turnovers.

Delany Turner, Broadneck - McDaniel

A freshman attacker for the Green Terror, Turner played in six games, scoring twice.

WOMEN’S TENNIS

Elicia Aponte, Broadneck - Albright

A freshman for the Lions, Aponte went 13-6 in singles play and 11-7 in doubles matches.

WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD

Avery Arizzi, Broadneck - St Mary's (Maryland)

A freshman sprinter for the Seahawks, Arizzi placed seventh in the 200 meters in the United East Conference championship meet. She also helped the 4x100 team to seventh place and the 4x400 team to second in the meet.

Safiya Stimely, Broadneck - St. Mary's (Maryland)

A freshman thrower for the Seahawks, Stimely finished fifth in the United East Conference meet discus results with a throw of 29.65 meters (97 feet, 3 inches). She also finished 10th in the hammer and 14th in the shot put.

Sophia Zell, Severna Park – Maryland

A senior distance runner, Zell capped her career with a personal record in two events at her last home meet, running 2:13.96 in the 800 and 4:34.63 in the 1,500.

Jillian Zukley, Severna Park - St. Mary's (Maryland)

A freshman thrower for the Seahawks, Zukley swept the throwing events at the United East Conference meet, setting a new personal best of 43.82 meters (143 feet, 9 inches) in the hammer throw. Her winning mark in the shot put was 11.83 meters (38 feet, 9.75 inches) and in the discus was 34.84 meters (114 feet, 4 inches).

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