Methacton college commitments: Annelli, Caplan, Ozorowski

Methacton senior student/athletes Nickolina Annelli, Noah Caplan and Kendall Ozorowski recently announced their college destinations during signing/commitment ceremonies at the high school.
Photos provided by Methacton athletic department
Nickolina Annelli – Track and Field – East Stroudsburg
Standing - Rob Ronzano (Methacton track coach). Seated from left - Edward Annelli (Father), Nickolina Annelli, Elaine Annelli (Mother)
Event: Pole vault
Athletic awards/achievements: Methacton senior MVP for indoor and outdoor season … Methacton school record for indoor (11-6) and outdoor (12-3) pole vault … Placed sixth in state for indoor season … Currently ranked 7th in state for outdoor pole vault … Qualified for New Balance Nationals … Placed second at PAC and third at District 1-3A championships in 2019
Academic/community service: Mini-thon – 2 years
Anticipated college major: First year undeclared but expects to go into nursing
Parents: Elaine and Edward Annelli
Other college/universities under consideration: Monmouth, Towson, Kutztown, West Chester
Noah Caplan – Swimming – Wheaton College (MA)
Standing from left - Sean Lawlor (Coach), Jason Caplan (Father); Seated from left - Emma Caplan (Sister), Noah Caplan, Sharon Caplan (Mother)
Event: Breaststroke
College Choice: Wheaton College (MA)
Parents/Guardians: Sharon and Jason Caplan
Major Athletic Honors: District qualifier 2018 & 2019
College Major: Undecided, but leaning toward history
Other schools in the mix: Clark University, College of Wooster, Washington College
Why did you choose this school? The atmosphere on campus, and the team interaction I saw from my visits and overnights with the team
Reflections on high school career: Joining the swim team was probably the best decision ever, the people who became my teammates are some of the best people I could ever ask to be on a team with
Kendall Ozorowski – Soccer – Haverford
Standing from left - Bret Smith (Methacton girls soccer coach), Ben Christian (boyfriend); seated from left - George Ozorowski (Father), Kendall Ozorowski, Gail Ozorowski (Mother)
Position: Outside Fullback
College Choice: Haverford College
Club Affiliation:1776 United FC
Parents/Guardians:George and Gail Ozorowski
Major Athletic Honors:
  • Offensive MVP - High School Soccer Team 2015
  • Defensive MVP- High School Soccer Team 2018
  • Pioneer Athletic Conference 2nd Team All Conference 2017, 2018
  • Pioneer Athletic Conference Honorable Mention 2016
  • High School Team Captain Fall 2018
  • Mercury All-Area Girls Soccer Team Honorable Mention 2017,2018
  • Pioneer Athletic Conference Academic All - Conference 2016, 2017,2018
Academic/community service:
  • Student Representative on the board of Lower Providence Parks and Recreation, 2016 to present
  • Volunteer Small 5k Run -2015, 2017
  • Volunteer Marc Small Soccer Tournament - 2014-2018
  • Mitzvah Circle Foundation - 2015- 2018
  • Student Council 2016 to present
  • Best Buddies Club 2017 to present
  • Student Ambassador- 2018 to present
College Major: Biology
Other schools in the mix: Vassar and Swarthmore
Why did you choose this school?
    Haverford College offers a unique combination of characteristics that create a great fit for myself and my aspirations. Within my college search, Haverford was the perfect combination of high academic vigor, small class size, location, welcoming community atmosphere, modern facilities, competitive athletics, and a large squirrel population. In addition to the strong academics offered, the soccer program is highly competitive in highly regarded conference.
Reflections on high school career:
            I have had to work extremely hard throughout my high school career to achieve success in both athletics and academics. The Methacton Girls soccer program has been a wonder experience that I would not change at all. I have developed life long relationships through soccer in addition to learning valuable skills including time management, work ethic, and leadership. None of this would have been possible without my wonderful coaches, teammates, and parents whom I can not thank enough for the endless support and laughs.
Other comments: Go Fords!