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22 Notre Dame Athletes Sign to Continue Athletic Careers

Congratulations to our talented student-athletes who will continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Notre Dame Assistant Athletic Director Mrs. Ann DeMille hosted our Spring Athletic Signing Ceremony on April 26. The ceremony was held in the gym where our student-athletes were surrounded by their families and peers. Click here to view photos.

We are Irish Proud of our accomplished athletes! The Notre Dame family wishes you great success in your future endeavors.

Kyle Allen – Soccer – Ramapo College
 
Christa Andrusiewicz – Softball - Ursinus College  
 
Owen Barlow - Soccer - University of Scranton
 
Ethan Bazydola - Soccer - Lebanon Valley College 
 
Will Beacham – Lacrosse - McDaniel College 
 
Brendan Brzezinski - Football - Ithaca College
 
Emilia Deutsch - Field Hockey - The University of Mary Washington
 
Russell Dorio - Football & Lacrosse - Moravian University
 
Ella Grace - Track & Field - University of Hartford
 
Aiden Hoenisch - Soccer - Stockton University 
 
Sarah Ippolito - Field Hockey - Ramapo College 
 
Jack McKenna – Lacrosse – Dominican College 
 
Ryan Mignogna - Baseball - Arcadia University
 
Andres Nunez-Castaneda – Track and Field – Gettysburg College
 
Marcus Peterson – Football – Hobart College 
 
Myles Ryan - Soccer - Franklin and Marshall College
 
Brayden Schaeffer – Swimming – Wagner College
 
Ian Staniec – Lacrosse – Susquehanna University
 
Colin Treacy - Track & Field - Catholic University of America
 
Nicole Villalta-Barrantes - Basketball - Cabrini University
 
James Watson - Soccer - University of Delaware 
 
Luke Wilson - Football - Ithaca College
 

Mrs. Palazza's Restaurant Project

Mrs. Palazzo’s Honors US II class was given the opportunity to re-create a restaurant that could have existed during the Depression era of US History.

Hoops For Hope 2022

The Notre Dame gymnasium was filled with life, laughter, and cheer on Wednesday, April 27. This year marked the 4th Hoops for Hope after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, and the ND students showed their excitement to have it back.