Seated (left to right): Braden Atkinson – University of Delaware, football; Desmond Banks – West Virginia Wesleyan College, football; Rowan Bartell – Roanoke College, lacrosse; Jason Chappell – Lycoming College, lacrosse; Chinweoke Victor Dimukeje – Duke University, football; Greg Ey – Penn State University, lacrosse; Dajuan Felder – West Virginia Wesleyan College, football; Evan Gaines – Washington College, lacrosse; Jacob Glatz – Penn State University, lacrosse; John Kunisch – Kenyon College, football; and Mark Lopez – Johns Hopkins University, baseball. Standing (left to right): Michael Peters – Randolph-Macon College, lacrosse; Cooper Nalley – Gettysburg College, football; Dylan Pinsky, Ohio Northern University, lacrosse; Koby Russell – High Point University, lacrosse; Brock Sassler – University of Maryland, football; Jacob Schneider – St. Francis University, football; Luke Shilling – Johns Hopkins University – lacrosse; Atherton Townsend – Mount St. Mary’s University, lacrosse; and Marquise Washington – Frostburg State University, baseball. Not pictured: Bryce Gothier – Roanoke College, lacrosse; Matthew Purnell – McDaniel College, baseball; and Garrett Voigt – Ohio Wesleyan University, lacrosse.

The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland held an event this morning to recognize and celebrate 23 seniors who have been invited and agreed to play for a college team in the fall. The Boys’ Latin community would like to congratulate the following senior student athletes for their effort and dedication to academic and athletic success. We are proud of these young men for their accomplishments and wish them well in their college athletic careers.

Senior Lacrosse Players:

Seated (L-R): Dylan Pinsky, Rowan Bartell, Luke Shilling, Greg Ey, Jacob Glatz and Michael Peters. Standing (L-R): Jason Chappell, Atherton Townsend, Coach Brian Farrell, Koby Russell and Evan Gaines.Not pictured: Bryce Gothier and Garrett Voigt.

Senior Football Players:

Seated (L-R): Desmond Banks, Chinweoke Victor Dimukeje, Dajuan Felder and John Kunicsh. Standing (L-R): Cooper Nalley, Braden Atkinson, Coach Ritchie Schell, Jacob Schneider and Brock Sassler.

Senior Baseball Players:

L-R: Marquise Washington and Mark Lopez. Not pictured: Matthew Purnell.

About Boys’ Latin

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