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Multiple Crusaders Sign National Letters of Intent to Play Collegiate Athletics
11/15/2018 6:24 PM

      On Thursday, November 15, 2018, various staffmembers and administration at Arthur L. Johnson High School participated in a signingday ceremony to honor Amanda Zambrana (Field Hockey), Colleen Sullivan(Soccer), Brandon Hund (Lacrosse), and Victoria Zatko (Softball) and their yearsof service to Crusader Athletics and commemorate their signing of Nation Lettersof Intent to play NCAA Collegiate Athletics.

     Arthur L. Johnson’ssenior student athlete Amanda Zambrana signed her letter of intent to continue herathletic and academic career at the collegiate level, where she will continueplaying field hockey at Rider University for the Broncs. Amanda had anoutstanding season for the Crusaders as she led her team to the Group 1 NJSIAAState Championship game. She is a three-time All Conference, All County, andAll North Jersey post-season award recipient. As one can see, Amanda has had a wonderfulathletic career as a Crusader.

 

     Arthur L.Johnson’s senior student athlete Colleen Sullivan signed her letter of intentto continue her athletic and academic career at the collegiate level, where shewill continue playing soccer at Robert Morris University for the Colonials. Thesenior had an outstanding career for the Crusaders as she led her team to multipleDivisional Championships and a State Final appearance throughout her career. Asone can see, Colleen has had a wonderful athletic career as a Crusader.

 

    Arthur L. Johnson’s senior studentathlete Brandon Hund signed his letter of intent to continue his athletic andacademic career at the collegiate level, where he will continue playinglacrosse at Townson University for the Tigers. The senior had an outstandingcareer for the Crusaders as he led his team to multiple DivisionalChampionships throughout his career. As one can see, Brandon has had awonderful athletic career as a Crusader.

 

     Arthur L.Johnson’s senior student athlete Victoria Zatko signed her letter of intent tocontinue her athletic and academic career at the collegiate level, where shewill continue playing softball at LaSalle University for the Explorers. Thesenior had an outstanding career for the Crusaders as she led her team toDivisional Championships and both Union County and NJSIAA State Finalappearances throughout her career. As one can see, Victoria has had a wonderfulathletic career as a Crusader.

 

     Gus Kalikas, Athletic Director at ArthurL. Johnson High School, had this to say about the event. “Amanda, Colleen,Brandon, and Victoria have been integral parts of the success of our athleticprograms while attending Arthur L. JohnsonHigh School. More importantly, theyhave been model student athletes that did things the right way both on the fields,in the classroom, and throughout our community. Although it will be sad to see themleave, the Crusader’s loss is their University’s gain, and we look forward tofollowing their successful collegiate athletic careers over the next fouryears.

                                                 

     Crusader Athletics would like to wish thebest of luck to Amanda, Colleen, Brandon and Veronica as they culminate wonderfulcareers for the Crusaders and continue their academic and athletic successes ascollegiate student athletes.

 

 


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