2015 Athletes Representing at the College Level

It is that time again: the next sport season is upon us.  Right now, our high school athletes are going through tryouts; feeling the pain again, and

Olivia Lattin

Olivia Lattin

getting ready to do what we, the Tiger Nation, does best…compete!  Before we start talking high school sports, however, we wanted to mention our graduated seniors who will continue to represent the Tiger Nation at the next level.

The Tiger Nation knows that the majority of our student athletes may never play athletics after high school. However, for the blessed few, college athletics is the next phase of their student-athlete life.

Carlson-HindsWhether it is a scholarship at a D1, or D2 school, or just simply walking on and playing, KHS athletes have always done well at the college level.  Some of our athletes have ended up being captains, all-league, and even all-americans; but we are always so proud of our “kids”, and the Tiger Nation is always trying to keep up with them: if you haven’t, followed us on Twitter @KHSTigerNation.


Here is a list (sent to the Nation by coaches) of KHS athletes moving on to the next level.

If we missed any, please let us know.


Courtney McCardle – Seton Hall

Abbie Delisio – Manhattan College 

Madelyn Chiera –  SUNY Cortland 


Kyra Fairley – Franklin Pierce


Jake Pesko – Dickenson

Kiernan Ryan – New Haven

Kyle Johnson- Prep School

Jake Davis – Morrisville

Andre Davidson – Morrisville

Leroy Peters – Hudson Valley Community College


Boys Lacrosse

Dan Primo Delhi


Track (Indoor, Outdoor)

Rastafari Morgan  St Rose (and Cross Country)
Brandon Bogert East Stroudsburg  (PA) (and Cross Country)
David Carlson –  U Albany
DJ Farmer – Moorpark Jr College (CA)
Doug Williams – Moorpark Jr College (CA)
Marcus Matthews – Moorpark Jr College (CA)
Valerie Hinds – St Rose

Cross Country

Taylor Chambers Dutchess County Community College


Megan Gillespie – SUNY Cortland (also an Instructor for the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) Cheerleading Organization)
Kaitlyn Haley – Keuka College

Girls Basketball

Sianna VanDyke – University of New Haven

Boys Basketball

Tyler Robinson – Monmouth University


Olivia Lattin – Virginai TechJillian Staley – Bryant University

Alyjah Cruz – Dutchess County Community College
Sarah Baganz – American International College
Claudia Hommel – Ogendaga Community College
Annie Conney – Ithaca College


Jasmine Harrison – University of Bridgeport

Field Hockey

Mary Kate Siegel – Ithaca College

Girls Lacrosse

Caroline Crump – Niagra University