7 HHS Seniors commit on Fall Signing Day

Emma Quillen and Ashlyn Weidman

Hershey High School Athletes signed their National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, November 11th. 

The event consisted of 7 female athletes committing to their chosen schools, and celebrating with family and friends by their side. These athletes have been verbally committed  to their chosen schools for a while now, but are now officially committing to further their academic and athletic careers. 

The following list is the student athletes who committed, the schools they are planning on attending, and the sport they will play. 

  1. Ashley Arnold, Wake Forest University, Field Hockey 
  2. Annie Bravacos, Haverford College, Lacrosse 
  3. Katana Nelson, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Lacrosse 
  4. Claire Ryland, University of Connecticut, Swimming
  5. Tori Tafuto, Penn State University, Swimming
  6. Kylie Wall, University of Pennsylvania, Field Hockey 
  7. Angela Woronko, Northeastern University, Swimming 
Senior Ashley Arnold smiles with family members on Hershey High School’s Signing Day. Arnold is committed to Wake Forest University to play Division 1 Field Hockey. (Broadcaster/Emma Quillen)
Annie Bravacos smiling for a photo with her parents by her side. Bravacos plans on playing Lacrosse throughout her college career. (Broadcaster/ Ashlyn Weidman)
Katana Nelson getting her photo taken by a photographer. Nelson plays Field Hockey and Lacrosse, but is planning on playing Lacrosse at UMBC. ( Broadcaster/ Ashlyn Weidman)
Claire Ryland taking a selfie with friends repping University of Connecticut merchandise. Ryland committed to be a part of their swimming team. (Broadcaster/ Ashlyn Weidman)
(Left to Right) Angela Woronko, Tori Tafuto, Kylie Wall, Annie Bravacos, Katana Nelson, Ashley Arnold, and Claire Ryland posing for a photo. These girls had committed to their chosen colleges to further their academic and athletic careers. (Broadcaster/ Ashlyn Weidman)
Senior Kylie Wall smiles with her parents on Signing Day. Wall is committed to the University of Pennsylvania to play field hockey. (Broadcaster/Emma Quillen)
Senior Annie Bravacos celebrates her athletic commitment with her parents COVID-friendly. Bravacos is committed to Haverford College to play lacrosse. (Broadcaster/Emma Quillen)