Five Beth Tfiloh Senior Athletes to Sign College Letters of Intent
Five Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community High School senior athletes will sign letters of intent to continue competing in their sport at the collegiate level.
Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School announced today that five of its graduating senior student athletes have signed letters of intent to continue competing in their sport at the collegiate level. The Pre-K-12 Jewish day school has never before sent this number of students from one graduating class to play sports in college.
“Today is a historic day at Beth Tfiloh as we celebrate an unprecedented event: five accomplished student athletes who are signing letters of intent to play their sport at the college level,” said Dr. Zipora Schorr, Director of Education at Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School. “At Beth Tfiloh we are proud of our rigorous academic curriculum supported by a rich, competitive athletic program. It takes a combination of discipline, hard work and persistence to achieve this lofty goal and we wish each of these students and their families a big mazel tov.”
The five student athletes include graduating seniors:
Emily Feldman '21, who will compete in synchronized skating at Adrian College
Drew Goldscheider '21, who will play lacrosse at St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Alison Krieger '21, who will play lacrosse at Lafayette College
Brady Palmer '21, who will play lacrosse at Eastern University
Marissa Ross '21, who will play lacrosse at Fairleigh Dickinson University
Beth Tfiloh is part of the C conference of the MIAA athletic conference, which includes local private schools in Maryland. According to Stacy Fuld ‘02, Beth Tfiloh’s athletic director, “Over the years, the athletes at Beth Tfiloh have earned an excellent reputation for good sportsmanship from their competing teams. Many coaches and athletic directors have expressed their admiration of our athletes and how they conduct themselves. All coaches know how hard it is to create a balance between academics, athletics, competition, and the importance of winning and losing. At Beth Tfiloh, we feel our students are learning this balance and putting it to practice every day.”