Knights to Continue Athletic Competition in College

Even though their time competing for Gill has ended, these recent graduates are ready to continue to make their mark in athletics by competing in the NCAA next year. Best of luck to all of our Knights!

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Back Row from Left: AJ Donofrio; Mike Giammarino; Sarah Smith; and Moritz Weigold
Front Row from Left: Connor Murphy; Gillian Fritzlo; Anja Kroon; Catelyn Woelfle; Andrew Moglianesi; and Paul Mulcahy

AJ Donofrio – Wagner College, Baseball

Donofrio will be continuing his baseball career at the Division I level at Wagner College next spring. The slugging catcher had an incredible impact on the baseball program during his four years at the diamond and earned his 100th career hit this spring. He was an integral part of helping the team to the sectional finals three out of his four years behind the plate, and the Knights also won three Mountain Division titles during his time at Gill. He was a three-time 1st-Team All-Conference selection and this past year was GSB's NJSIAA Scholar-Athlete.

Gillian Fritzlo – Gettysburg College, Women's Basketball

Fritzlo will continue to compete on the court at Gettysburg College. She will be joining a highly successful program as the Bullets are coming off two straight NCAA Division III national tournament appearances and have competed in three straight Centennial Conference Championship games. Fritzlo's top game from her senior season came against Bridgewater-Raritan as she scored 12 points to help the Knights advance to the second round of the Somerset County Tournament.

Mike Giammarino – Gettysburg College, Baseball

Giammarino heads off to Gettysburg College to join the Bullets' baseball team. Giammarino was one of Gill's top two-way players as he earned five wins as a pitcher with a 3.47 career ERA and also led the team with 32 RBI his senior season, which ranked among the highest in the state. He helped the program to unprecedented success as the Knights claimed three Mountain Division titles and appeared in three sectional title games.

Anja Kroon – McGill University

Kroon will be traveling north to join to the McGill University Women's ski team in Canada. Kroon is a lifelong skier who split her time between Gill and the Killington Mountain School in Vermont. She has skied in many Eastern Cup Circuit (top racers from eastern North America), Entry Level Cup Circuit (Provincial Cups in Canada), and Fédération Internationale de Ski races while competing in both slalom and giant slalom.

Andrew Moglianesi – University of Rochester, Men's Soccer

Moglianesi will be leaving Gill's championship-caliber soccer program to join another at the University of Rochester. The Yellowjackets are coming off a season in which they won a school record 16 games and advanced to the national semifinal championship game. Moglianesi had a breakout senior season as he led the team with 18 goals and was named 1st-Team All-State Non-Public and 1st-Team All-Somerset County while being selected as GSB's male Skyland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year.

Paul Mulcahy – Rutgers University, Men’s Basketball

Mulcahy looks to continue his incredible basketball career in the Big Ten Conference as he joins the Scarlet Knights next year. Mulcahy was a dominating force on the court for Gill as he helped the Knights remain one of the top-ranked programs in the state and led GSB to four-straight Delaware Division championships. He was a two-time Skyland Conference and Courier News Player of the Year, was twice name 1st-Team All-State, and averaged an incredible triple-double his senior year as well. He was also the recipient of the Harold D. Nicholls Memorial Award which is presented at commencement each year to the best senior male athlete.

Connor Murphy – University of the Sciences, Men's Basketball

Murphy will continue his basketball career at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Murphy made a strong impact on the court in his lone season for Gill. The 6-foot-7 forward averaged 9.7 points and 8.6 rebounds per game as he helped the Knights claim their fifth-straight Somerset County title and ninth-straight Skyland Conference divisional title. He was also named Skyland Conference Player of the Week in January and was Honorable Mention All-Area.

Sarah Smith – Cornell University, Women's Rowing

Smith will be competing in the Ivy League next year as she joins Big Red's rowing program. Smith currently competes with the Mountain Lakes Rowing Club and her squad placed fourth in the Varsity 4 race at Nationals this past summer. She also swam on the GSB swim team her junior season and set school records in the 200 medley and freestyle relays, the 200 individual medley, the 500 freestyle and 100 breaststroke.

Moritz Weigold – Siena College, Men's Golf

Weigold heads off to Siena College to continue his fine play on the golf course. He had an incredible impact on the GSB program, as he helped the Knights become one of the top teams in the state and led the team to back-to-back Mountain Division titles. He was a 1st-Team All-Conference and All-Prep honoree and won the 2019 individual Non-Public B sectional title. He also established himself as one of the top golfers in the state as he qualified for the prestigious Tournament of Champions this past spring.

Catelyn Woelfle – Gettysburg College, Women's Soccer

Woelfle will continue her soccer career at Gettysburg College this fall. She will be joining a program that competes against some of the top Division III schools in the nation. Woelfle, a 1st-Team All-Conference and 2nd-Team All-Prep honoree, contributed two goals and an assist this past season as she helped the Knights claim their first division title since 2007 as they finished 12-1-1 in divisional play and 14-3-2 overall.
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