CBA student-athletes sign letters of intent

July 29, 2019 at 12:37 p.m.
CBA student-athletes sign letters of intent
CBA student-athletes sign letters of intent


Ten Christian Brothers Academy student-athletes inked their commitments to Division I colleges across the country on National Early Signing Day.

The following CBA seniors will play at the Division I level next year:

  • Andrew Canale – Bryant University, Track
  • Michael Carroll – Bucknell University, Lacrosse
  • Kyle Foltz – Duke University, Track
  • Bryan Hampton – Northeastern University, Crew
  • Jack Harnisch – Fordham University, Baseball
  • Brian Hill – University of Michigan, Cross Country
  • Nick Hohenstein – LaSalle University, Baseball
  • Erik Wicks – University of Pennsylvania, Crew
  • Connor Wright – Fordham University, Swimming
  • Blaise Venancio – St. Joseph’s University, Baseball

“This is such an exciting day for our student-athletes, their families, and the entire CBA community,” Director of Athletics Vito Chiaravalloti said. “Today recognizes the tireless effort and dedication these young men have put into their studies and their sport, as they have now earned the opportunity to continue their academic and athletic careers at some of the finest universities in the nation. We could not be more proud of all they have accomplished and we look forward to seeing their continued success at the next level.” 

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Ten Christian Brothers Academy student-athletes inked their commitments to Division I colleges across the country on National Early Signing Day.

The following CBA seniors will play at the Division I level next year:

  • Andrew Canale – Bryant University, Track
  • Michael Carroll – Bucknell University, Lacrosse
  • Kyle Foltz – Duke University, Track
  • Bryan Hampton – Northeastern University, Crew
  • Jack Harnisch – Fordham University, Baseball
  • Brian Hill – University of Michigan, Cross Country
  • Nick Hohenstein – LaSalle University, Baseball
  • Erik Wicks – University of Pennsylvania, Crew
  • Connor Wright – Fordham University, Swimming
  • Blaise Venancio – St. Joseph’s University, Baseball

“This is such an exciting day for our student-athletes, their families, and the entire CBA community,” Director of Athletics Vito Chiaravalloti said. “Today recognizes the tireless effort and dedication these young men have put into their studies and their sport, as they have now earned the opportunity to continue their academic and athletic careers at some of the finest universities in the nation. We could not be more proud of all they have accomplished and we look forward to seeing their continued success at the next level.” 

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