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Perkiomen Valley has 10 make college commitments

Ten Perkiomen Valley student-athletes recently announced their college decisions. Making their athletic college commitments were: Steve Warren (soccer, Arcadia University), Kyle Krupa (baseball, Gettysburg College), Kayla Minkon (field hockey, East Stroudsburg University), Maya Porrecca (lacrosse, Millersville University), Ashley Bolan (volleyball, Univ. of Scranton), Madelyn Zielke (soccer, Millersville University), Kaleigh Funk (lacrosse, Millersville University), Anna Dawson (lacrosse, College of William & Mary), Julia Downing (field hockey, Bellarmine Univ.) and Abigail Souder (volleyball/softball, Lebanon Valley College).

Steve Warren, Soccer, Arcadia Univ.

Perkiomen Valley soccer player Steven Warren has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Arcadia University, where he will major in biology. Warren was a co-captain and first team All-PAC selection this past season. He is pictured with his parents John and Celeste Warren.

Kyle Krupa, Baseball, Gettysburg College

Perkiomen Valley baseball player Kyle Krupa has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Gettysburg College, where he will major in business. Krupa is a member of Key Club, Investor’s Club and National Honor Society. His parents are Nathan and Lynn Krupa.

Kayla Minkon, East Stroudsburg Univ., Field Hockey

Perkiomen Valley field hockey player Kayla Minkon has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at East Stroudsburg University, where she will major in exercise science. Minkon is a member of Key Club, Link Crew, Mini-Thon, PV Ink and earned Distinguished Academic Honors. Her parents are Steve and Alison Minkon.

Maya Porrecca, Lacrosse, Millersville Univ.

Perkiomen Valley lacrosse player Maya Porrecca has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Millersville University, where she will major in psychology and sports business. Her parents are Tom Porrecca and Nikki Stevenson. Porrecca is a member of Link Crew, Red Cross Club and on the Highest and Distinguished Honor Roll.

Ashley Bolan, Volleyball, Univ. of Scranton

Perkiomen Valley volleyball player Ashley Bolan has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at the University of Scranton, where she will major in kinesiology. Bolan is a member of band, wind ensemble, and earned Distinguished Academic Honors. Her parents are Holly and Robert Bolan.

Madelyn Zielke, Soccer, Millersville Univ.

Perkiomen Valley soccer player Madelyn Zielke has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Millersville University, where she will major in sports administration and marketing. Zielke was a two-time first team All-PAC selection and earned Academic Highest Honors in all four years at PV. Her parents are Alex and Jennifer Zielke.

Kaleigh Funk, Lacrosse, Millersville Univ.

Perkiomen Valley lacrosse player Kaleigh Funk has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Millersville University, where she will major in dual early childhood and special Education. Funk is a member of Key Club, Rotary, Mini-Thon, Link Crew, the girls basketball team and earned Distinguished Academic Honor Roll. Her parents are Debbie and Jim Funk.

Anna Dawson, Lacrosse, College of William & Mary

Perkiomen Valley lacrosse player Anna Dawson has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at the College Of William & Mary. Dawson is also a member of the PV field hockey team and Mini-Thon and the Academic Honor Roll. Her parents are Melissa and Bill Dawson.

Julia Downing, Field Hockey, Bellarmine Univ.

Perkiomen Valley field hockey player Julia Downing has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Bellarmine University, where she will major in physical therapy. Downing, a first team All-PAC selection, is a member of National Honor Society, Key Club, Link Crew, Red Cross Club, and Big Brothers Big Sisters. Her parents are Keith Downing and Laura Downing.

Abigail Souder, Volleyball/Softball, Lebanon Valley College

Perkiomen Valley volleyball and softball player Abigail Souder has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Lebanon Valley College, where she will major in physical therapy. Souder, a captain of the volleyball and softball teams, is a member of Link Crew and attended the PAC leadership summit. Her parents are Beth Souder and Kevin Souder.

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