2016 NCAA Mavericks

Congratulations to the class of 2016 student athletes who are going on to play at the next level in the NCAA.  Starting next fall, a record number of 24 grads will exchange their Maverick jersey for one with a new mascot.  Ephs, Lord Jeffs, Cardinal, Tigers, Generals, Engineers, Crimson, Wildcats, Bantams, Hoyas, Crusaders, Demon Deacons, and Lions will all have a little more Maverick spirit.
St. John's will be represented in the NESCAC, PAC 12, Ivy, ODAC, SAA, NEWMAC, ACC, Big Ten, Conference USA, and ECAC athletic conferences. 

Yo Akiyama - Wrestling - Williams College
John Ballard - Football - Amherst College
Maya Bhandari - Cross Country - Amherst College
Kelsey Bing - Field Hockey - Stanford University
Winnie Branfield-Harvey - Lacrosse - Princeton University
Alice Chambers - Lacrosse - Washington & Lee University
Lillian Chen - Cross Country & Track & Field - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cameron Chottiner - Golf - Trinity College
Charles Dorfman - Lacrosse - Sewanee: The University of the South
Joe Faraguna - Cross Country & Track & Field - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Natasha Gonzalez - Tennis - Harvard University
Hunter Hasley - Track & Field - Columbia University
Trey Lewis - Basketball & Track & Field - Washington & Lee University
Cade Luedde - Football - Wake Forest University
Lindsey McKone - Lacrosse - Northwestern University
Julia Moody - Cross Country & Track & Field - Washington & Lee University
Anna Brooks Pacha - Softball - Georgetown University
Chris Randall - Track & Field - Washington & Lee University
Margaret Trautner - Cross Country & Track & Field - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jennifer Trieschman - Field Hockey - Columbia University
Jessica Vlasek - Softball - University of Texas - Dallas
Leah Vogel - Soccer - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Kara Wollmers - Lacrosse - Williams College
Christopher Zimmerman - Squash - Amherst College
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