On Friday, the William Floyd High School girls softball coaches recognized and thanked six special individuals, as the team prepares to say goodbye to the senior players in a few weeks.
The 2014 William Floyd High School seniors are:
Ashley Baudier: Ashley will be attending Bentley University where she will be majoring in accounting. She is an active member of Youth & Government and has maintained a 97% GPA to rank her in the top 3% of her graduating class.
Nancy DeBenedittis: Nancy will be attending Mercy College in the fall and enrolling in their Criminal Justice program. She is an active member of the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corp.
Molly Peymann: Molly will be attending SUNY New Paltz where she will be studying Elementary Special Education. She has maintained her high honor roll status in the classroom.
Aja DeGrauw: Aja plans on attending Post University in Connecticut in the fall majoring in Criminal Justice. Although Aja will be missed on the team, she will also be missed as a coaching staff member for the summer softball program where she volunteered her time.
Ashley McCormack: Ashley will be attending SUNY Cortland where she plans on majoring in Physical Therapy as well as playing softball and volleyball for the Red Dragons.
Tiana DeOlivera: Tiana plans on attending Dowling College in the fall where she will be enrolling in their Health and Nutrition program. She was last years offensive MVP and was voted to the Suffolk County All Division team last year by the Suffolk County Softball Coaches Association.
“I know the characteristics that they each possess will provide them with opportunities for success in the future,” said Coach Fred Luhrs.