Signing Day 2016

16 Student-Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

Click here for press release & photo album


Front Row  (l-r)

Jamal Parker (Kent State University, Football)
Tyree Rodgers (Virginia Tech, Football)
Jake Mackara (Millersville University, Baseball)
Jack Mahoney (Catawba College, Lacrosse)
Mark McCormick (Rider University, Wrestling)
Jordan Jefferson (Colgate University, Football)

Back Row (l-r) 

Jay Crusmire (Virginia Wesleyan College, Baseball)
Zarria Williams (Ohio Christian University, Track)
Kelli Connolly (St. Francis University, Field Hockey)
Chloe Potillo (The College of New Jersey, Lacrosse)
Brooke Albright (Rowan University, Lacrosse)
Alexandra Newman (Holy Family University, Lacrosse)
Khaia Baranowski (Villanova University, Lacrosse)
Sierra Taylor (Kutztown University, Basketball)
Madison Smith (Ramapo College, Volleyball)
Jasmine Williams (East Stroudsburg, Volleyball)

Student-Athlete Signing Day 2015 
The following members of the class of 2015 took part in Signing Day on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 at Camden Catholic High School:

Carl Garnes (Chesterfield): Morgan State University, Football

Juliet Esposito (Haddon Township): Temple University, Soccer
Colin Wharton (Cinnaminson): Jacksonville University, Lacrosse

Megan Kilpatrick (Pennsauken): Lock Haven University, Lacrosse
Everett Minchew (Marlton): Wagner College, Football


Cross-Country Star Kelly McHugh Commits to Valdosta State University


 Congratulations to senior Kelly McHugh who signed to Valdosta State University (Valdosta, GA) to run cross country on a full scholarship.

Well-done, Kelly!


Student-Athlete Signing Day 2014

Pictured: Kerry Arrone, Joey Craig, Tara Vittese, and Alyssa Olenick. Kerry will be attending Temple University on a gymnastics scholarship. Joey Craig is committing to Monmouth University for baseball. Alyssa Olenick is signing to play field hockey at Boston College. And field hockey All-American Tara Vittese will be following in her sisters' footsteps as she signs to play at the University of Virginia.  

Eight Camden Catholic High School Student-Athletes to Make College and University Playing Commitments on Signing Day

November 5, 2012 (Cherry Hill, NJ)--Continuing a 125 year tradition of excellence in academics, the arts and athletics, eight Camden Catholic High School seniors will make public commitments to play sports in college on “early” Signing Day, Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 8:15 a.m. in the Camden Catholic High School Library (300 Cuthbert Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002).  

“We are very proud of these exceptional student-athletes,” said Camden Catholic president Jeff Nick. “Not only do they excel in their respective sports, but they also perform in the classroom and through additional extracurricular activities such as performing arts, National Honor Society, and club participation. These students embody the Camden Catholic ideals that make this such a well-rounded environment for multi-talented individuals.”  

The following students are confirmed to make commitments on Signing Day *:
Jarred Alwan                 Temple University                    Football

Alexandria Baker           Seton Hill University                Softball

Kyle Green                   Temple University                    Men’s Basketball

T.J. Miller                     University of Virginia                 Wrestling

Marissa Moreno            St. Louis University                  Field Hockey

Sarah Obuchowski        Arcadia University                    Women’s Lacrosse
Ali Summers                University of Rhode Island         Softball
Susan Wysocki            University of South Florida        Softball

School administration, Camden Catholic coaches and student-athlete parents will be in attendance. 

*list is subject to additions and modifications

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Camden Catholic High School is dedicated to serving a diverse student population, and as such, provides a Catholic environment that nurtures the whole person by integrating faith and life. Consistent with our Catholic tradition, Camden Catholic High School seeks to develop leaders who are rooted in Gospel values and committed to meeting the challenges of building a just society. Since 1887 Camden Catholic High School has prepared more students for college than any other school in South Jersey.  Visit for more information.