Jen Campbell: York College Lacrosse

Jen Campbell Position: Midfield/Attack School Attending: York College of PA By Lauren Canavan 1) Favorite food and to eat before a game? Before the games, I love to eat something salty. I always have either Cheese-It’s, Goldfish, or Ritz Bits in my bag for a pregame snack.  2) Describe your most memorable moment while playing... Continue Reading →

Dominic Vinci: St. Thomas Aquinas Football

Dominic Vinci Position: Fullback School Attending: St. Thomas Aquinas College By Lauren Canavan 1. Describe your most memorable win wearing a Somers jersey. My most memorable win is when we beat Lourdes in the final seconds in the quarterfinals Junior year just shows how any given play can change the game.  2. What's the biggest... Continue Reading →

Jessica Rodriguez: Iona Soccer

Jessica Rodriguez  Midfield  School Attending: Iona College Lauren Canavan If you never began playing soccer, what sport would you be playing right now?  I would play volleyball because it's something I’ve always liked playing in my free time with family or at the beach.   You will be joining fellow teammate Alexis Atkinson at Iona.... Continue Reading →

Danielle DiCintio: Roberts Wesleyan Basketball

Danielle DiCintio  School Attending: Roberts Wesleyan College  Position: Point Guard Lauren Canavan When is your earliest memory of playing basketball? My earliest memory of playing basketball was when I was in 2nd grade and played at Primrose with all my friends.   What is a spring event you were really looking forward to (before COVID... Continue Reading →

Rachel Ross: Rider University Soccer

Rachel Ross  School Attending: Rider University  Position: Goalie Lauren Canavan What made you decide to continue your athletic career at the college level?  I’ve always known I wanted to follow through with playing soccer since I started playing travel in 5th grade, but when I made the switch to academy soccer I knew I wanted... Continue Reading →

Somers Students Affected by AP Testing Glitches 

Lauren Canavan Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the College Board administered Advanced Placement testing online for the first time in history. This announcement received mixed reviews from students across the nation. The format of each test was altered and shortened, allowing students to complete and submit their exams in 45 minutes or less. Tests that... Continue Reading →

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