Saints Alumni Find Success at the Collegiate Level
Saints Alumni Find Success at the Collegiate Level
Jake Myers

This winter, Saints alumni athletes dominated the collegiate level in their sports, particularly on the hardwood where Janée Dennis '14, Jordan Bonner '15, and Myles Stephens '15 all played important roles for their respective universities.

Janée Dennis, whose name is etched in the SAS record books for the most three-pointers made in a season (33) and for a career (127), produced her best season yet as a senior at Cornell University. Dennis, who played in all 27 games for the Big Red, led the team with 36 made three-point field goals. Dennis had the best game of her career against Lafayette College, netting 24 points on eight made three-point field goals. Dennis finishes her college career as a 31.7% three-point shooter, netting 51 total.

Jordan Bonner made the most of his junior campaign at Wesleyan University this past winter as he led the Cardinals to the NESCAC Championship game and their first NCAA tournament win over Southern Vermont. Bonner, who scored over 1,000 points during his SAS career, averaged a team-high 15.5 points per game while corralling 4.7 rebounds per game from his shooting guard position. For his efforts, Bonner was honored as NESCAC Player of the Week twice and earned Second Team All-Conference honors. For his career, Bonner is averaging 12.2 points per game and has started 39 out of a possible 54 games.

Myles Stephens continued to make his mark on the Ivy League this past winter, earning Second Team All-Conference for the Princeton Tigers. Stephens started all 29 games for the Tigers and finished second on the team in scoring, averaging 15.3 points and pulling down 6.3 rebounds per contest. Stephens, who earned Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Conference honors in 2016-17, is currently 21 points away from eclipsing 1,000 for his career.

Below you can find a list of all SAS alumni participating in college athletics. Go Saints!


SAS Alumni Playing in College

Basketball

Janee Dennis '14, Cornell
Jordan Bonner '15, Wesleyan
Myles Stephens '15, Princeton
Malik Velmar '17, Bates College

Crew

Bella Miller '14, Bates
Bertie Miller '14, Williams
Jay Jacobs '15, George Washington
Emma Porrazzo '15, Wesleyan
Luke Forsthoefel '16, Wesleyan
Amanda Sin '16, UNC
Emma Lea Wheeler '15, Bates
Hannah Beams '17, Bates
Harrison Foley '17, Navy
Max Mayer '17, Wesleyan
Avi Veluchamy '17, Penn

Cross Country

Caitlin Porrazzo '15, Tufts

Field Hockey

Neva Richardson '16, Smith

Football

Sam Gowen '14, Williams
Andrew Zaiser '16, Kenyon
Jaryd Jones '17, Kenyon
John Paris '17, MIT

Lacrosse

Aly Saliba '14, Franklin & Marshall
Henry Martellier '15, Wesleyan
Eliza Wainwright '15, Swarthmore
Louisa Belk '16, Williams
John Paris '17, MIT

Squash

Sara Coyne '14, Penn
Noah Rickolt '14, Davidson
Oscar Merino '15, Williams
Christopher Gsell ' 15, UNC Club
Brookie McIlvaine '16, Penn


Swimming

Xander Geiersbach '16, Colby

Track & Field

Morgan Hallow '15, Trinity

This winter, Saints alumni athletes dominated the collegiate level in their sports, particularly on the hardwood where Janée Dennis '14, Jordan Bonner '15, and Myles Stephens '15 all played important roles for their respective universities.

Janée Dennis, whose name is etched in the SAS record books for the most three-pointers made in a season (33) and for a career (127), produced her best season yet as a senior at Cornell University. Dennis, who played in all 27 games for the Big Red, led the team with 36 made three-point field goals. Dennis had the best game of her career against Lafayette College, netting 24 points on eight made three-point field goals. Dennis finishes her college career as a 31.7% three-point shooter, netting 51 total.

Jordan Bonner made the most of his junior campaign at Wesleyan University this past winter as he led the Cardinals to the NESCAC Championship game and their first NCAA tournament win over Southern Vermont. Bonner, who scored over 1,000 points during his SAS career, averaged a team-high 15.5 points per game while corralling 4.7 rebounds per game from his shooting guard position. For his efforts, Bonner was honored as NESCAC Player of the Week twice and earned Second Team All-Conference honors. For his career, Bonner is averaging 12.2 points per game and has started 39 out of a possible 54 games.

Myles Stephens continued to make his mark on the Ivy League this past winter, earning Second Team All-Conference for the Princeton Tigers. Stephens started all 29 games for the Tigers and finished second on the team in scoring, averaging 15.3 points and pulling down 6.3 rebounds per contest. Stephens, who earned Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Conference honors in 2016-17, is currently 21 points away from eclipsing 1,000 for his career.

Below you can find a list of all SAS alumni participating in college athletics. Go Saints!


SAS Alumni Playing in College

Basketball

Janee Dennis '14, Cornell
Jordan Bonner '15, Wesleyan
Myles Stephens '15, Princeton
Malik Velmar '17, Bates College


Crew

Bella Miller '14, Bates
Bertie Miller '14, Williams
Jay Jacobs '15, George Washington
Emma Porrazzo '15, Wesleyan
Luke Forsthoefel '16, Wesleyan
Amanda Sin '16, UNC
Emma Lea Wheeler '15, Bates
Hannah Beams '17, Bates
Harrison Foley '17, Navy
Max Mayer '17, Wesleyan
Avi Veluchamy '17, Penn


Cross Country

Caitlin Porrazzo '15, Tufts


Field Hockey

Neva Richardson '16, Smith


Football

Sam Gowen '14, Williams
Andrew Zaiser '16, Kenyon
Jaryd Jones '17, Kenyon
John Paris '17, MIT


Lacrosse

Aly Saliba '14, Franklin & Marshall
Henry Martellier '15, Wesleyan
Eliza Wainwright '15, Swarthmore
Louisa Belk '16, Williams
John Paris '17, MIT


Squash

Sara Coyne '14, Penn
Noah Rickolt '14, Davidson
Oscar Merino '15, Williams
Christopher Gsell ' 15, UNC Club
Brookie McIlvaine '16, Penn


Swimming

Xander Geiersbach '16, Colby


Track & Field

Morgan Hallow '15, Trinity