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16 Seniors Commit on National Signing Day

Camden Catholic High School Class of 2020 NCAA signees, February 5, 2020.

Camden Catholic High School is proud to announce the following student-athletes in the class of 2020 signed letters of intent to play athletics in college on National Signing Day: Wednesday, February 5, 2020. The school hosted the students, parents and siblings, as well as their Camden Catholic coaches for a Signing Day assembly and photo opportunities in the Grandi Auditorium. “We applaud these students for their dedication, determination and commitment to both their academics and their athletics throughout their high school careers,” said Mary Whipkey, President. “We look forward to continuing to follow their careers throughout college and beyond. And, we anticipate welcoming them back to CCHS to share their experiences with our younger students, as so many accomplished alumni have done in the past.”

Matthew Denton Haverford College Cross Country Division III
Henry Daverso King’s College Football Division III
Matthew Davis East Stroudsburg University Football Division II
Kaitlyn Cummins Temple University Field Hockey Division I
Lily Baynum Cabrini University Volleyball Division III
Abby Paolini Cabrini University Basketball Division III
Isabella Ochalik Marymount University Swimming Division III
Harrison Hinojosa Stevens Institute of Tech. Wrestling Division III
Darren Parker University of the Sciences Baseball Division II
Miles Dean Mercer County C.C. Lacrosse NJCAA
Natalie Berry The College of New Jersey Lacrosse Division III
Lindsey Anderson Gwynedd Mercy University Lacrosse Division III
Katie Walsh Farleigh Dickinson University Lacrosse Division III
Bri Denner Rowan College at B.C. Softball NJCAA
Alejandra Espino Rutgers University Crew Division I
Sierra DiCupe East Stroudsburg University Track & Field Division II

CCHS alumna (class of 2003) All-State and All-South Jersey field hockey player Maureen Casserly Nelson returned to speak to the signees and offer her advice on using the foundation formed at Camden Catholic to succeed at the next level. Mrs. Nelson was a stellar student-athlete at CCHS who went on to earn numerous accolades as a leader for the St. Joseph’s University Hawks field hockey program. There she was a perennial starter, Unsung Hero award recipient, Team Co-captain, Most Valuable Player, All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team, Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team, Atlantic 10 All-Tournament Team and SJU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. Mrs. Nelson graduated with a degree in Food Marketing and now excels in her career as a National Business Manager for Church & Dwight. She is a mom to her three boys while also giving back to CCHS as an assistant field hockey coach.