LHS hosted a college commitment ceremony Wednesday for student-athletes Carly Jaworski, Megan Litoborski and Ethan Pocic.
Friday, November 16, 2012
Three Lemont High School student-athletes are signing national letters of intent to play their sport in college. Information about their accomplishments was provided by Lemont High School. Carly Jaworski – Softball, Lewis University Lemont High School senior infielder/pitcher Carly Jaworski has signed a National Letter of Intent to play college softball at Lewis University in Romeoville beginning in 2014. Jaworski has performed well both at the plate and in the circle for two seasons, and will play a significant role for head coach Christine Traina’s Indians in 2014. In Jaworski’s two varsity seasons, Lemont has posted a 51-18 record and won one South Suburban Conference-Blue Division title and one IHSA Regional crown. Jaworski is a career…
The rising senior offensive tackle verbally committed to the Louisiana State University on Tuesday, according to multiple news reports.
Lemont High School junior Ethan Pocic—a 6-foot-6, 285-pound offensive lineman and one of the most sought after players in the state—has finally selected a college program. ESPNChicago.com reported Tuesday that Pocic verbally committed to Louisiana State University after making an unofficial visit to the Baton Rouge, LA, campus over the weekend. "Right when I left, I knew it was the place," Pocic told ESPN. "I just wanted to talk it over with my parents and coaches." Prior to selecting LSU, Pocic received offers from nearly 30 college programs, including Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Notre Dame, USC, Alabama, Tennessee, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Texas A&M and Clemson. Earlier this month, he was one of seven Illinois high school football players to …
The 6-foot-6, 285-pound offensive has received more than 20 offers to date.
- On ESPN.com
Wednesday, May 2, 2012