Holderness School

Holderness Students Commit to Play College Athletics

Andrew Herring
Surrounded by friends and family, eight Holderness School student-athletes committed to play competitive college athletics.  These students represent some of the top athletic talent in New Hampshire and New England and are testaments to Holderness School’s culture of academic and athletic excellence. 
Those athletes who have committed to compete in college include:

Andrea Reynolds - Boston College, Lacrosse
Kirsten DiCicco - Castleton University, Hockey
Carter Storey - St. Lawrence University, Basketball
Griffin Lewis - Trinity College, Lacrosse
Mason Grasso - Endicott College, Lacrosse 
Ben Hutchinson - St. Lawrence University, Lacrosse 
Nolan Sullivan - Gettysburg College, Lacrosse 
Noah McIntire - Saint Michael’s College, Lacrosse  

We are proud of our student-athletes and are grateful to the family, friends, and coaches who have supported these Holderness Bulls throughout their athletic journey. 

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    It’s good to try new things.
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Holderness School
33 Chapel Lane, Holderness, NH 03245
mail P.O Box 1879 Plymouth, NH 03264-1879
phone (603) 536-1257