For students who would like to pursue their athletic interests in college, there are a number of resources provided by the Athletic Office, varsity coaches and the College Counseling Office. Athletes interested in learning more about the recruiting process and various college programs should make an appointment to meet with Assistant Athletic Director Jordy Kirr '07.

College Recruiting Process

There are several resources that can be helpful in the college recruiting process, including an informative online brochure called the "Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete," which you can find at www.ncaa.org. If you have questions or would like to meet with Ms. Kirr, she can be reached at 410.323.8800 x1245 or at kirrj@brynmawrschool.org.

Students participating in athletic recruitment should register with the NCAA Clearinghouse during the fall of their senior year. For more information, visit www.eligibilitycenter.org. Students can obtain the NCAA Clearinghouse release form through the College Counseling Office.

Where Are They Now?

    • Members of the Class of 2016 who will play a collegiate sport

      Members of the Class of 2016 who will play a collegiate sport

    • Members of the Class of 2017 sign their commitment letters to play a collegiate sport

      Members of the Class of 2017 sign their commitment letters to play a collegiate sport

Class of 2016

Samantha Perelli
Crew – University of Vermont

Maddie Saiontz
Squash - Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Bridget Danko
Lacrosse - Marquette University

AP Smith
Lacrosse - Washington & Lee University

Peyton Smith
Lacrosse - Washington & Lee University

Sydney Nemphos
Lacrosse & Squash - Vassar College

Asia Carter-Lamb
Track - Roger Williams University

Camilla Bendetti
Tennis- Macalester College

Grace Greene (not pictured)
Basketball - Pomona-Pitzer

Class of 2015

Alex Argo
Lacrosse – Princeton University

Julie Blaze
Lacrosse – Vanderbilt University

Hadley Brown
Lacrosse - Vanderbilt University

Julia Feiss
Lacrosse - University of Denver

Sarah Herman
Crew - University of Wisconsin

Sabrina Illiano
Track - New York University

Quichey Johnson
Field Hockey - Goucher College

Maya Lamson
Track - Cornell College

Catherine Pollack
Swimming - Middlebury College

Carly Rizzuto
Squash - Dartmouth College

Maddie Stuzin
Lacrosse - Columbia University

Class of 2014

Peyton Capute
Squash - Williams Smith College

Georgia Carroll
Lacrosse - Middlebury College

Zoe Derrickson
Soccer - Loyola University

Katie Groenke
Lacrosse - Franklin & Marshall College

Dani Hogarth
Soccer - University of Michigan

Nellie Harvey
Squash - Tufts University

Rachel Park
Field Hockey - Princeton University

Margaret Pollack
Swimming - Middlebury College

Korby Simpson
Swimming - Brown University

Kendall Sinosky
Crew - University of Southern California

Molly Weinstock
Swimming - Pomona College

Anna Yung
Volleyball - Occidental College

Zoe Zaweesa
Basketball - Carnegie Mellon University

Class of 2013

Liza Cahn
Lacrosse - Roger Williams College

Eliza Clemens
Lacrosse - Vanderbilt University

Georgia Crompton
Swimming - William and Mary College

Molly Danko
Lacrosse - University of Denver

Ellie DeGarmo
Lacrosse - Princeton University

Lindsay DeMuth
Lacrosse - Washington and Lee University

Tate DeWeese
Field Hockey - MIT

Claire Edelman
Field Hockey - Wesleyan University

Caroline Joy
Lacrosse - Columbia University

Ellie Knott
Lacrosse - University of Denver

Kate McCarthy
Volleyball - Denison University

Jamie Pawlik
Squash - Columbia University

Katie Snouffer
Lacrosse - Georgetown University

Kyle Stewart
Track - Bucknell University
Located in Baltimore, Maryland, The Bryn Mawr School is a private all-girls kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school with a coed preschool for ages 2 months through 5 years. Bryn Mawr provides students with exceptional educational opportunities on a beautiful 26-acre campus within the city limits. Inquisitive girls, excellent teaching, strong student-teacher relationships and a clear mission sustain our vibrant school community where girls always come first.