MSJ Student Athletes Receive Offers, Commit to Play at the College Level
Posted 06/02/2011 02:20PM

Mount Saint Joseph is proud to announce that four student atheles - two seniors and two juniors have either committed to or received offers to play sports at the college level. 

Senior Jordan Manley will be playing at American University in the fall. Manley was named to the All-State first team by the Maryland Association of Coaches of Soccer (MACS) and first team 2010 All-MIAA.

Senior Brett Smoot will be playing at Mount Saint Mary’s University this fall. Smoot was named to All-State second team by the MACS and was also a part of the first team 2010 All-MIAA.

Junior Jalen Robinson has verbally committed to play at Wake Forest University for the 2012-2013 academic year. This year, Robinson has been named to the NSCAA All-American team, first team All-MIAA and All-State first team by the MACS.

All three players were a part of the 2009 MIAA-A conference championship team.  This year, the Mount St. Joseph High School team advanced to the MIAA semifinals.  

Additionally this week, junior Sam Benjamin was offered a full scholarship to play football at Temple University.  Benjamin is a 6-foot, 190-pound, wide receiver for the Gaels.