“Once a Mustangs, always a Mustang” was the theme May 19 as Northville High School honored another stellar class of 21 senior athletes who will go on and compete at the collegiate level.
The 2015 class features eight scholarship athletes going to 18 different schools in 13 different sports.
Each of the 21 athletes that were recognized in a ceremony hosted by athletic director Bryan Masi and Principal Tony Koski were given a commitment coin which will be good for admittance to any future Northville High sporting event.
Those going on to play football next fall include David Moorman (Wisconsin), Ryan Roberts (Northern Illinois), Zach Graham (Northwood University) and P.J. Schnepp (Grand Valley State).
Other fall sports athletes moving on to the next level include: Katie Childers, Bucknell (Pa.) University, golf; Sean McCullough, Baylor University, cross country; and MaKenna Strunk, Lawrence Tech, volleyball.
Among the winter sports athletes headed to play in college are: Nathan Kellum, Notre Dame (Ohio) College, basketball; David Morrissey, Hope College, basketball; and Fred Schulz, Saginaw Valley State, swimming.
Meanwhile, Northville’s baseball team will have three players moving on, including Evan Flohr, Cypress (Calif.) Junior College; Tyler Lowe, Elgin (Ill.) Community College; and Dugan Darnell, Adrian College.
Other spring sports athletes headed to play collegiately include: Lauren Rodriguez, University of Michigan, track; Jason Ferrante, Michigan, track and cross country; Audrey Tatge, Stetson (Fla.) University, lacrosse; Brian Griffiths, Albion College, lacrosse; Paige Chapman, University of Pikeville (Ky.), lacrosse; Ashley Schiffer, Kalamazoo College, softball; Emily Maresh, Grand Valley State, soccer; and Sarah Castellano, Albion College, soccer.