Immaculate High School Class of 2022 student athletes sign National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.
In 2022, Niche has ranked Immaculate an impressive #16 out of 270 schools in Connecticut as “Best for Athletes.” Athletic Director Nelson Mingachos ‘89 shares, “The success of Immaculate’s athletic programs is primarily due to our student athletes and coaches demonstrating exemplary sportsmanship and competitive excellence on and off the field. This group of talented athletes embodies this and we wish them well in their future."
Aimee Cirella (Danbury) goalkeeper for Immaculate will be playing soccer at Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, CT, a Division III program.
Ashley Nicoletti (Sandy Hook) has signed to compete in Division II Track and Field for Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina.
Cody Meier (Newtown) will play Baseball for Eastern CT State University, CT a Division III program.
Emily Rerick (Newtown) has committed to play Division III Softball at Husson University, Maine.
Gabriella (Gigi) Amatulli (Danbury) the Forward/Mid-Fielder will play Soccer for Barton College, North Carolina in the Division II program.
Jack (JT) Gunzy (Danbury) has committed to Roger Williams University, RI to play Baseball for the Division III program. Gunzy was recognized with the senior leadership award for the South-West Conference representing Immaculate.
Justin Acevedo (Danbury) will attend St Lawrence University, and has committed to play Football for the Division III program.
Sara MacKinnon (Danbury) signed with Providence College, a Division I program, to play Softball.
Walter Brady (Sandy Hook) has committed to Manhattan College, a Division I program, to compete in Track and Field.