College Recruiting Record Breaking Year

Foundation Academy Athletics rose to new heights in the 2023-2024 school year with having the most amount of student athletes sign in one year. 10 Student Athletes accepted college scholarships and signed their national letters of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at the next level.

JT Bronaugh – Eastern Michigan University (Football)

Cole West – Myrtle Beach Prep (Football)

Coby Vallee – CCBC Catonsville (Baseball)

Jonathan Bosque – Tennessee Wesleyan University (Baseball)

Emma Sundermeyer – University of Alabama (Swimming)

Andrew Nyland – Florida Southern University (Cross Country)

Jay Rodriguez – Chowan University (Lacrosse)

Evan Moore – Tusculum University (Lacrosse)

Sam Hoeinstine – Tennessee Wesleyan University (Lacrosse)

Elli Perfetto – Anderson University (Cheer)

Denzel Irvin, the Director of Collegiate Recruiting at Foundation Academy stated “This year, we proudly celebrate the signing of 10 of our outstanding student-athletes to college programs, the highest number ever for Foundation Academy! This milestone reflects not only their hard work, dedication, and talent but also the unwavering support and encouragement from our entire community. Beyond their athletic prowess, these young men and woman have demonstrated remarkable character, embodying the values we hold dear at Foundation Academy. It has truly been an honor to work with such great athletes who are even better people. We eagerly look forward to guiding and supporting the next class of hard-working athletes, the class of 2025, and beyond. The bar has been set high, but we are confident that with continued effort and dedication, our future athletes will rise to the challenge and reach new heights. To the parents and staff, your support and encouragement have been invaluable. Your role in nurturing and developing these young talents is deeply appreciated. Together, we will continue to create an environment where our student-athletes can thrive both on and off the field of play.”