Senior Class Filled with College Prospects

Frank Dettore Schenkelberg ‘13

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The St. Edward Track & Field team has been extremely successful the past few years. This success, however, could have come without the efforts of the Class of 2013.  Of the 10 seniors on the team this year, 7 are competing at the collegiate level next year in either Track & Field or Football. Here are the athletes that greatly contributed to the success of the track and field team:
Anthony Young- Sprinter-Indiana University
Will run Track and play football at Division 1 Indiana
Also recruited by Northwestern, Illinois, Duke, North Carolina, Cincinnati, Arizona State, and TCU
Aaron Zedella- Thrower- Ohio State University
Will throw at Division 1 Ohio State
Also recruited by  Michigan, California, Notre Dame, Alabama, North Carolina, Oregon, Florida, Florida State, and Iowa State
Mike Navratil- Mid-Distance Runner- Ashland University
Will run Track at Division 2 Ashland
Also recruited by Butler, Allegheny, and Loyola Chicago
Frank Dettore Schenkelberg –Sprinter/Mid-Distance Runner- University of Rochester
Will run Track at Division 3 Rochester
Also recruited by Allegheny, Oberlin, and Muskingum
Solomon Warfield-Sprinter- Iowa University
Will play Football at Division 1 Iowa
Also recruited by Michigan State, West Virginia, Penn State, Boston College, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Arizona State, Arizona, Cincinnati, and Minnesota
Steve Clark- Sprinter- Siena Heights University
Will play Football at NAIA Siena Heights
Also recruited by Mount Union, St. Francis, Stetson, Mercyhurst, Walsh, and Wayne State
Dwayne Aaron- Sprinter- Siena Heights University
Will play Football at NAIA Siena Heights
Also recruited by Mount Union, Ohio Dominican, Albany, and St. Francis
There have also been 2 significant underclassman contributors to the Track & Field team in these years who have already gained the attention of colleges for their performances on the track. Junior Steele Wasik and sophomore Shaun Crawford both have been recruited at many top-level Division 1 schools including Florida, Oregon, Duke, Michigan, Miami and North Carolina. These two athletes are bound for Division 1 in the future and still have some time left at St. Edward to improve their stock.