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9 years ago @ 11:03AM

Class of 2008 College-Bound Athletes

 

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT PRESS RELEASE
FRIDAY, MAY 30. 2008
 
 
The Catasauqua High School Athletic Department is proud to announce that the following student-athletes have announced their college intentions…
 
Stephanie Schlofer (field hockey) plans on continuing her academic and athletic career at East Stroudsburg University with an undeclared major. Stephanie was named honorable mention Colonial League (forward) as a senior. She was also a captain this past season, and was a member of the 2005-06 Colonial League championship team. Stephanie is the daughter of Frank and Francine Schlofer. 
 
Emily Falko (field hockey) plans on continuing her academic and athletic career at Kutztown University to major in elementary education, with a focus in special education. Emily was named honorable mention Colonial League (goalkeeper) as both a junior and a senior, and was named All-Area honorable mention her senior year. She was also a captain this past season, and was a member of the 2005-06 Colonial League championship team. Emily is the daughter of Keith and Janet Falko.
 
Amanda Peters (field hockey) plans on continuing her academic and athletic career at Wilkes University to major in pre-physical therapy. Amanda was named honorable mention Colonial League (defender) as a senior. She was a captain this past season, and was a member of the 2005-06 Colonial League championship team. Amanda is the daughter of Rod and Judy Peters.
 
Daniel Kropf (boys soccer) plans on continuing his academic and athletic career at Alvernia College to major in athletic training. Dan was a two-year letterwinner at CHS, and was a member of the 2007-08 District XI “A” championship team.
Dan is the son of Dave and Judy Kropf.
 
Laura Hausman (girls volleyball) plans on continuing her academic and athletic career at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey to major in secondary education. Laura was a four-year letterwinner at CHS, where she helped lead the Roughies to the silver medal in the 2007-08 District XI “AA” tournament. This past season, Laura broke both Catasauqua’s season and school records for aces and assists. Laura was named to the District XI first team as a senior, honorable mention as a junior and sophomore, and to the second team as a freshman. Laura is the daughter of David Hausman, and Elizabeth and Donald Storck. 
Emma Lacey (girls basketball) plans on continuing her academic and athletic career at Mansfield University to major in chemistry. Emma was a three-year letterwinner in girls’ basketball and was named to Colonial League first team as a senior and second team as a junior. Emma was also named to The Morning Call All-Area second team as a senior. Emma is the daughter of James and Mindy Lacey, and Charlene Lacey-Stout and Jeff Stout.
 
Krytsen Rockovits (softball) plans on continuing her academic and athletic career at West Liberty State College in West Liberty, West Virginia to major in dental hygiene. Krysten was a four-year letterwinner in softball, a captain as a junior and senior, and was named Colonial League first team (at-large) as a junior and second team (pitcher) as a senior. Krysten was also named to The Morning Call All-Area second team as a junior. Krysten pitched a no-hitter versus Moravian Academy on April 21, 2007. Krysten is the daughter of Bill and Annie Rockovits.
 
Kyle Miller (track and field-pole vaulting) plans on continuing his academic and athletic career at West Chester University to major in pre-med. Kyle won the Colonial League and District XI “AA” pole vault championships as both a junior and senior. Kyle now holds the school record (15’ 3”), Colonial League Meet record (15’ 0”) and District XI “AA” Meet (15’ 3”) record. Kyle was the PIAA “AA” pole vault silver medalist as both a junior and senior. Kyle is the son of Jeff and Laurie Miller.
 
Amanda Gerhard (girls soccer) plans on continuing her academic and athletic career at Virginia Tech to major in biology. Amanda finished her career with 152 goals, thus becoming Catasauqua’s all-time leading goal scorer, and the leading girls goals scorer in District XI history. Amanda signed her national letter of intent in February.
 
 
 
 
 

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