Student-Athletes Make College Commitments

Many of Northwood’s seniors are in the process of submitting college applications or waiting for responses. However, some of Northwood’s student-athletes have already decided where they will go and have committed to colleges to continue their athletic and academic careers.

Daniel Bucci ’23

Daniel Bucci, a postgraduate on the Northwood soccer team, recently committed to Merrimack College. Bucci chose this school for its division 1 soccer and location near the ocean and Boston. “I am most excited to play soccer and live at college,” Bucci said.

Natalie Zarcone ’23

Natalie Zarcone, a 2022 Northwood graduate and current postgraduate, has committed to the University of Vermont to play division 1 hockey. Natalie chose UVM because Burlington is a beautiful college town and the school’s culture feels similar to Northwood and her home. “I am most excited to meet new people, focus on my academics, and play hockey in the east,” Zarcone said.

Ean Malay ’23

Ean Malay ’23 committed to play soccer for division 3 Gettysburg College in Pennslyvania. He chose Gettysburg for its academics as well as being able to be a starter right away. “I am most excited to progress in life and meet new people in a completely different setting,” Malay said.

Kaitlyn Cielo ’23

Kaitlyn Cielo ’23 committed to play hockey at division 1 Assumption University in Massachusetts. She chose Assumption because the campus is smaller and made her feel more at home, similar to Northwood. “I am most excited to meet new people and to play hockey there,” Cielo said.

Georgia Bailey ’23

Georgia Bailey ’23 committed to play division 1 hockey for Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Georgia chose RPI because of its location, coaching staff, and the academic program she has chosen. “I am most excited to play D1 hockey and experience the incredible opportunity RPI has to offer,” Bailey said.

Chloe Lewis ’23

Chloe Lewis ’23 committed to division 3 hockey powerhouse SUNY Plattsburgh. She chose Plattsburgh because of the culture of the hockey team. “I’m most excited to be able to play college hockey and be a part of the team,” said Lewis.


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