The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland held an event this week to recognize and celebrate 31 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 careers.
Seated (left to right): Xavier Hall – Elizabethtown College (soccer); Cole Jarrett – Case Western Reserve University (baseball); Carrington Scott – University of Maryland Baltimore County (lacrosse); Jack Morton – University of Maryland Baltimore County (lacrosse); Connor Walsh – Stonehill College (football); Matthew Luterman – Shepherd College (baseball); Konner Caplin – Cabrini University (lacrosse); Tucker Booth – Dickinson College (lacrosse); John Barbeau – Queens College (lacrosse); Aliaksandr Halouchanka – Hamilton College (football); Jackson Gazin – Washington and Lee University (baseball); and Matthew Brandau – Yale University (lacrosse). Standing (left to right): Ethan McCann – Washington and Lee University (soccer);
Mason Russell – University of Alabama in Huntsville (lacrosse); Michael Ubriaco – Villanova University (lacrosse); Brenden Crouse – United States Air Force Academy (lacrosse); Basil Aburn – Syracuse University (lacrosse); James Rice – Union College (lacrosse); Christopher Bates – Dickinson College (basketball); Bryce Atkinson – Stevenson University (golf); Jaylin Andrews – Loyola University of Maryland (basketball); Edmund Ruffin – College of William and Mary (baseball); Christian Griffin – United States Coast Guard Academy (basketball); Nicholas Grinnell – United States Naval Academy (water polo); Kenneth Lewis – Lycoming
College (basketball); Joshua Knox – Jacksonville University (football); Patrick McDermott – Hamilton College (football); Justus Brown – Kenyon College (football); and Christopher Brandau – Georgetown University (lacrosse). Not pictured: McKenney Box – Rhodes College (lacrosse) and Devon Brewer – Cornell University (football).
About Boys’ Latin
Boys’ Latin is Maryland’s oldest, non-sectarian school for boys. For more than 170 years, Boys’ Latin has instilled the core values of courage, integrity and compassion in each boy as embodied in our motto, Esse Quam Videri (to be, rather than to seem). By understanding how boys learn best, our talented faculty fosters enduring personal relationships and empowers each student to strive for academic and personal excellence. For more information, please visit boyslatinmd.com.