April 16, 2019: Congratulations to Toms River North 's Kirsten Ardis who signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Massachusetts Amherst in the fall. Kirsten led the swimming team to the Ocean County and A-South championships. She was the Ocean County champion in the 50 meter free style and anchored the record setting 200 meter medley relay team. Kirsten will continue her swimming career with the Minutewomen and received an academic scholarship to major in Environmental Engineering. Good luck Kirsten on your exciting new journey.
April 16, 2019: Congratulations to Michelle Greenstein who signed a letter of intent to attend Nova Southeastern University in the fall. Michelle received an academic scholarship and will run cross country and track for the Sharks. An outstanding 100 and 200 meter runner, Michelle is just a few tenths of a second from breaking the school 200 meter record. Good luck Michelle, we are all rooting for you.
April 8, 2019: Congratulations to High School North's Madison Bennert who signed a letter of intent to enroll in Wagner College in the fall. Madison is interested in being part of the medical field and has her sights set on becoming a physician assistant. She received an academic scholarship and will play soccer at the NCAA Division 1 level for the Wagner Seahawks.
March 8, 2019: Congratulations to Brielle Biscogno for signing a letter of intent to attend Towson University in the fall. After having a outstanding basketball season where she surpassed the coveted 1,000 career points milestone, Brielle will receive a scholarship to play basketball for the Towson Tigers. Brielle plans on majoring in physical education. Good luck Brielle and thank you for all the great basketball memories!
Dec. 13, 2018: High School North’s Elliott Lynn signed a letter of intent to attend Mount Saint Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Maryland. Elliott will receive a scholarship to run cross country and track for the Mountaineers, and plans to study sports medicine.
Nov. 16, 2018: The coaches at Monmouth University will be thrilled to learn that last night, High School North’s Maggie Downs received the Most Valuable Player award at the Field Hockey Banquet. During her career at HSN, Maggie has scored 63 goals and notched 47 assists, and she will continue with her field hockey prowess next fall playing on a scholarship for the Monmouth Hawks. An outstanding student as well, Maggie looks forward to continuing her success as a student athlete at the collegiate level. Congratulations, Maggie!
Nov. 15, 2018: High School North's Kaci Neveling signed a letter of intent to attend the College of the Holy Cross after graduation. Kaci, who is an excellent softball player, will receive a scholarship to take the field with the Crusaders. Kaci plans to continue her studies with a major in psychology and aspires to be a sports psychologist.
Nov. 14, 2018: After being named Player of the Week and leading the girls soccer team to a Shore Conference title for the first time since 2012, High School North's Marisa Tava signed a letter of intent to attend Pittsburgh University next fall. "Roc the Panther," Pittsburgh's mascot, will be cheering on Marissa on the soccer field, along with the country's top scholarship athletes. Marissa, who compiled an excellent grade point average over the past four years, plans to major in biology. Good luck, Marisa!
Nov. 14, 2018: High School North senior Jenna Paul received a full scholarship to play basketball for Colgate University. Last season, Jenna scored her 1,000th career point and plans to continue adding on when basketball season begins in a few short weeks. Jenna will be a biology major and plans on pursuing a career as a medical examiner. Good luck Jenna and thank you for all the exciting moments on the basketball court.
Nov. 14, 2018: High School North's MacKenzie Braun will be attending SUNY Morrisville State University of New York. MacKenzie signed a letter of intent and will receive a scholarship to play softball for the Mustangs. She plans to major in criminal justice with an emphasis on forensic science. Thank you, MacKenzie, for an outstanding four years at Toms River North and all your contributions. All the best as you embark on a new journey.