Five George School seniors from the Class of 2022 have committed to college athletic programs. The student athletes celebrated their commitment to pursue their passion at the college level next year. In a ceremony held in the Fitness and Athletics Center, each senior was recognized by their families, coaches, teammates, and friends.
The students included Bill Becker ’22, Stephane Bronsard ’22, Ellie Gibson ’22, Gestin Liberis ’22, and Zane Wasicko ’22.
Bill Becker ’22: Soccer, Hamilton College. Bill is a natural born leader and helped the varsity boys’ soccer team find success during their season. A four-year varsity player and three-year captain, Bill had a tremendous impact on the team and the community overall. He was named to the Friends Schools All-League Team after his final season at George School.
Stephane Bronsard ’22: Cross Country/Track, Earlham College. Stephane has been a strong runner for the cross country and track teams during his time at George School. He earned Friends Schools All-League Team honors as a result of his vigorous work ethic.
Ellie Gibson ’22: Volleyball, Franklin & Marshall College. Ellie is a hardworking and driven teammate who aims for success on and off the court. She consistently contributed her time and effort to her team and will continue to do so in her volleyball career at Franklin & Marshall College playing for Coach Salko.
Gestin Liberis ’22: Basketball, Saint Francis University. With immense height, Gestin has been a powerhouse on the court. He will play for Coach Krimmel at Saint Francis where his determination and hard work will lead to success.
Zane Wasicko ’22: Trail Running, Western Colorado University. After running track and cross country for four years at George School, Zane is continuing his athletic career with trail running at Western Colorado University. Zane has been a supportive and dedicated member of the team, always pushing himself and others to do their best.
“I am excited for these five students and wish them luck and success,” said Athletics Director Kurt Ruch. “They will be able to continue doing what they love at the next level and represent their families, our community, and their colleges through their sport.”