STANDISH, Maine – Head Coach Margot Cosentino is pleased to announce the men's and women's alpine skiing Class of 2023.
Cosentino, who completed her first year at the helm leading the Monks as a club program last winter, is bringing in three accomplished skiers as the team enters its inaugural varsity season later this year.
"I am very excited to welcome our incoming freshman to the SJC community," adds Cosentino. "As we kick off our very first year as a varsity ski program, this class will play an important role in paving the way. I am looking forward to seeing the growth our program makes over the next year and am certain that these incoming freshmen will be a great addition to our program."
The Monks competed in three events as a club program last winter and look forward to a full schedule during the 2019-20 campaign.
ALPINE SKIING CLASS OF 2023:
Why Saint Joseph's? I decided to attend St. Joe's because of the opportunity to ski and the overall appeal of the school.
High School: Participated in skiing, tennis, soccer, and rodeo in high school…Selected as the Skier of the Year and MVP for tennis.
Personal: Antoinette Pauline Cerminaro, daughter of Michelle and Tony Cerminaro.
Why Saint Joseph's? Very reputable school. Close to home but not too close. Close to the mountains.
High School: Participated in alpine racing, soccer, football, and baseball at Marshwood High School…Selected as the Freshman Skier of the Year and chosen as the Coaches' Award recipient…Helped the Hawks claim the MPA Skiing State Championship four times and the Maine Class B Football State Championship his junior and senior years…Two-year team captain and two-time All-Conference honoree…Listed on the Academic Honor Roll.
Community Service: Worked with local sports teams and recreational clubs
Personal: Tucker Hadden Davis, son of Pam and Chris Davis.
Why Saint Joseph's? Saint Joseph's is the perfect distance from home. It's a small school and a nice community.
High School: Member of the varsity ski team for three years and the varsity hockey team for three years at Kingswood Regional High School…Selected as the team captain and MVP…Skied at the State Championship twice…Listed on the Academic Honor Roll.
Community Service: Teaching skiing and hockey, DECA, Interact Club.
Personal: Jillian Diane Luby, daughter of Desiree and Jeff Luby…Has an older brother, Drew, a twin sister, Jenna, and a younger sister, Kara.