Student Athlete Commitments

Seven Truman Seniors Student-Athletes Make College Commitments
Posted on 05/02/2024
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At a signing ceremony and breakfast held by Athletic Director Tim Monaghan, seven stellar Harry S. Truman High School student-athletes announced their college commitments to continue their athletic and academic careers.

From the Tigers’ football program, standout WR/DB Abraham Bataillle will continue his career on the gridiron as an Aggie for Delaware Valley College.  The versatile and athletic Bataille will look to make an immediate contribution for the defending MAC champions. 

Exceptional two-sport athlete Aqual Champan, who excelled both on the gridiron and the diamond, will join the baseball team at Penn State Abington.  The speedy outfielder will bring a strong glove and consistent bat to the Nittany Lions, who currently hold an 8-7 conference record heading into post-season play.

From the Truman softball team, talented infielder Emily Davis will continue her career at Immaculata University.  The slick-fielding Davis will join a Mighty Mac team that currently has a 14-20 record, but has won three in a row as they look to build momentum heading into next season when Davis joins the fold.

From Truman’s outstanding Girls Track Team, scintillating sprinter Lanae Carrington signed her National Letter of Intent to join Lehigh University Women's Track team in the fall.  Read more about Carrington's career and commitment here. Her teammate sprinter Jada Peterson, who teams with Carrington on many of the Tigers’ outstanding relays, will join the track program at Holy Family University where she projects to be a significant cog in the Tigers' efforts on the track.

From Truman's Lacrosse team, steady defenseman Chris Greiner will join the Lacrosse program at Cairn University, where he plans to study Youth and Family Ministries.  The consistent and reliable Greiner, who anchors the backline for the Tigers, looks to bring the same approach to the Highlanders next year.

Finally, Truman Wrestling's Joey Lenio will continue his exploits on the mat at Muhlenberg College.  The tough grappler will become a part of a strong Mules program coming off a 9-3 dual meet record with some excellent postseason performances. 

“We are very proud of these exceptional student-athletes,” Mr. Monaghan stated.  “We wish them the best and are excited about their bright futures.”

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