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Six Spring-Ford athletes make college commitments

Six Spring-Ford High School athletes recently chose the colleges they will continue their respective sports at. Here they are listed with their sport and college of choice and pictured with their coaches and family.

Ashley Della Guardia, Softball, University of Maryland-Baltimore County

Spring-Ford softball player Ashley Della Guardia, seated center, has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, where she will major in economics or sociology. Seated from left are father Jim Della Guardia, Ashley Della Guardia, mother Jennifer Della Guardia. Standing from left are assistant coach Shawn Corropolese, assistant coach Mallory Greene, grandmother Jeanne Della Guardia, head coach Tim Hughes.

Julianne Ryan, Softball, Gannon University

Spring-Ford softball player Julianne Ryan, seated center, has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Gannon University, where she will major in occupational therapy. Seated from left are father Paul Ryan, Julianne Ryan, mother Sharon Ryan. Standing from left are assistant coach Shawn Corropolese, grandmother Florence Braithwaite, grandfather Walt Braithwaite, assistant coach Mallory Greene, head coach Tim Hughes.

Kate Crist, Field Hockey, Penn State University

Spring-Ford field hockey player Kate Crist, seated center, has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Penn State University, where she will major in biobehavioral Health. Seated from left are father Jeff Crist, Kate Crist, mother Wendy Crist. Standing from left are head coach Jennie Anderson, assistant coach Mallory Greene.

Gabriella Curry, Soccer, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Spring-Ford girls soccer player Gabriella Curry, center, has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, where she will major in chemical engineering. Seated left to right are father Chuck Curry, Gabriella Curry, sister Olivia Curry.

Natalie Mason, Lacrosse, Roanoke College

Spring-Ford girls lacrosse player Natalie Mason, seated center, has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Roanoke College, where she will major in psychology. Seated from left are father Doug Mason, Natalie Mason, mother Wendy Mason. Standing from left are head coach Kristi Holstein, assistant coach Rose Ward.

Hannah Sharkey, Lacrosse, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Spring-Ford girls lacrosse player Hannah Sharkey, seated center, has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she will major in education. Seated from left are sister Grace Sharkey, mother Pam Sharkey, Hannah Sharkey, father Brian Sharkey, nana Helen Newton. Standing from left are head coach Kristi Holstein, assistant coach Rose Ward.

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