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Malvern Prep athletes make college choices on National Signing Day

Malvern Prep baseball players announced their college choices Nov. 9. From left is Shane Muntz, Jimmy Kingsbury, Will Burgess, Head Coach Freddy Hilliard, Jalen Wade and Matt Daller.

Malvern Prep baseball players announced their college choices Nov. 9. From left is Shane Muntz, Jimmy Kingsbury, Will Burgess, Head Coach Freddy Hilliard, Jalen Wade and Matt Daller.

Malvern Prep announced that on National Signing Day Nov. 9, a total of 16 senior student-athletes in baseball, lacrosse and wrestling announced their college selections.

“I am proud of our rich tradition of sending our kids to some of the top programs and schools in the country,” said Malvern Athletic Director Kurt Ruch. “This year is no different, and that is a tribute to not only our student-athletes, but our coaches and families who support them. These guys are leaders on and off the field, and I know that they are prepared to compete at the next level.”

Malvern’s signees are:

Baseball

Will Burgess (Pottstown) – Tufts University
Matt Daller (Exton) – Rhode Island University
Jimmy Kingsbury (Valley Forge) – Villanova University
Shane Muntz (Phoenixville) – Wake Forest University
Jalen Wade (West Chester) – University of Cincinnati

Malvern Prep's Seth Janney of Hanover will wrestle for Cornell University.

Malvern Prep’s Seth Janney of Hanover will wrestle for Cornell University.

Lacrosse

Ray Baran (Berwyn) – University of Richmond
Sam Charlton (Berwyn) – Lehigh University
Sean Christman (Kimberton) – Boston University
Andrew Clark (Chester Springs) – Christopher Newport University
Billy Coyle (Malvern) – Cornell University
Dominick DiStefano (Downingtown) – Muhlenberg College
Mike Fay (West Chester) – Notre Dame University
Alex Reber (Malvern) – Swarthmore College
Matt Schellenger (Malvern) – Washington College
Mac Updike (Wayne) – U.S. Naval Academy
Wrestling

Seth Janney (Hanover) – Cornell University

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