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Signing Day 2018

Class of 2018 -Campton United Signing Day



College Fit Finder


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The College Fit Finder provides our players with a competitive advantage over a typical student-athlete navigating the recruiting process.  This comprehensive system allows for individuals to take ownership of their future by equipping them with tools necessary to find a home at the college level. As a club, we are committed to not only player development, but truly being a catalyst in helping our players fulfill their dreams of playing collegiate athletics and accessing higher education. The College Fit Finder will provide uniformity to the club’s recruiting efforts and will allow for our coaching staff to take a much more personal approach in helping our athletes throughout the process.


College Commitments 2018 - 2020

Congratulations to all Campton Players that have committed to play at the next level!

  • Gracey DiBiase | St.Ambrose University (NAIA)
  • Anna Holcombe | Indiana State University (NCAA DI)
  • Madison Fischer | Illinois Wesleyan (NCAA DIII)
  • Hayley Popiel | MIT (NCAA III)
  • Saydie Holland | Mississippi State University (NCAA DI)
  • Cece Wahlberg | Indiana State University (NCAA DI)
  • Claudia Najera | Iowa State University (NCAA DI)
  • Hailey Rydberg | University of Iowa (NCAA DI)
  • Fatima Bustamante | Trinity International University (NAIA)
  • Chantel Carranza | Grand Valley State University (NCAA DII)
  • Cassidy Joyce | Minnesota State University, Mankato (NCAA DII)
  • Erin McKinney | University of Akron (NCAA DI)
  • Hannah Rittenhouse | University of Iowa (NCAA DI)
  • Gia Wahlberg | Michigan State University (NCAA DI)
  • Zoe Welsh | St. Cloud State University (NCAA DII)
  • Victoria Thornton | Howard University (NCAA DI)
  • Peyton Willie | University of Illinois (NCAA DI)
  • Lauren Albrecht | Miami University (NCAA DI)
  • Megan Majewski | Bemidji State University (NCAA DII)
  • Rachel Lutter | University of Cincinnati (NCAA DI)
  • Jenna Dombrowski | Ball State University (NCAA DI)
  • Katie Montgomery | Missouri State University (NCAA DI)
  • Amanda Rose | Carroll University (NCAA DIII)
  • Allison Wessel | Florida Gulf Coast University (NCAA DI)
  • Emily Devivo | Winona State University (NCAA DII)
  • Jenna Dominguez | St Cloud State University (NCAA DII)
  • Jillian DiTusa | University of Southern Indiana (NCAA DII)
  • Jenna Nichols | University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (NCAA DIII)
  • Yetzemany Solis | Judson University (NAIA)
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CAMPTON GIRLS COMMITMENTS

Grad Year Name College Division
2020 Katie Montgomery Missouri State University NCAA DI
2019 Jenna Dominguez St. Cloud State University NCAA DII
2019 Yetzemany Solis Judson University NAIA
2019 Jenna Nichols University of Wisconsin-La Crosse NCAA DIII
2019 Jillian DiTusa University of Southern Indiana NCAA DII
2019 Emily Devivo Winona State University NCAA DII
2019 Alisson Wessell Florida Gulf Coast University NCAA DI
2019 Amanda Rose Carroll University NCAA DIII
2019 Anna Holcombe Indiana State University NCAA DI
2019 Saydie Holland University of Mississippi NCAA DI
2019 Cece Wahlberg Indiana State University NCAA DI
2019 Claudia Najera Iowa State University NCAA DI
2019 Hannah Rittenhouse University of Iowa NCAA DI
2019 Rachel Lutter University of Cincinnati NCAA DI
2018 Gracey DiBiase St. Ambrose University NAIA
2018 Hayley Popiel MIT NCAA DII
2018 Hailey Rydberg University of Iowa NCAA DI
2018 Fatima Bustamante Trinity International University NAIA
2018 Chantel Carranza Grand Valley State University NCAA DII
2018 Madison Fischer Illinois Wesleyan NCAA DIII
2018 Cassidy Joyce Minnesota State University--Mankato NCAA DII
2018 Erin McKinney University of Akron NCAA DI
2018 Gia Wahlberg Michigan State University NCAA DI
2018 Zoe Welsh St. Cloud State University NCAA DII
2018 Victoria Thornton Howard University NCAA DI
2018 Peyton Willie University of Illinois NCAA DI
2018 Lauren Albrecht Miami University NCAA DI
2018 Madison Cady University of Southern Indiana NCAA DII
2018 Megan Majewski Bemidji State University NCAA DII
2018 Jenna Dombrowski Ball State University NCAA DI
2018 Ella Holland Northern Kentucky University NCAA DI
2017 Ashley Hayes University of Southern Indiana NCAA DII
2017 Claire Rasmussen Loras College NCAA DIII
2017 Kaitlyn Dziubinski St. Cloud State University NCAA DII
2016 Nicole Mondelli North Central College NCAA DIII
2016 Julia Peterson St. Louis University NCAA DI
2016 Jordan Andersen Spring Arbor University NAIA
2016 Elli Wahlberg University Wisconsin-Whitewater NCAA DIII
2016 Allie Mikos Lewis University NCAA DII
2016 Anna Haub Concordia University, St. Paul NCAA DII
2016 Halee Sowinski Baylor University NCAA DI
2015 Hannah Demel University of Texas-Dallas NCAA DI
2015 Taylor Ortiz University of Wisconsin-Whitewater NCAA DIII
2015 Alyssa Shipon University of Wisconsin-Whitewater NCAA DIII
2015 Kathleen Duffy Lindenwood University NCAA DII
2015 Josie Dombrowski Concordia-Wisconsin NCAA DIII
2015 Darcy Cunningham Washington University-St. Louis NCAA DI
2015 Maggie Smith Univ of Wis-Osh Kosh NCAA DIII
2015 Bre Keller Univ of Great Falls NAIA
2015 Sydney Smith Carthage College NCAA DIII
2015 Olivia Callipari Lindenwood University NCAA DII
2015 Lauren Macchia Univ of Wisconsin-Whitwater NCAA DIII
2015 Melanie Domann Univ of Wisconsin-Whitewater NCAA DIII
2008 Lauren Ostarello Loyola-Chicago NCAA DI
2007 Becca Ford Northern Illinois University NCAA DI

CAMPTON BOYS COMMITMENTS

GRAD YEAR NAME COLLEGE DIVISON
2017 Angel Ramirez Trinity International University NAIA
2017 Miguel Ramirez Trinity International University NAIA
2017 Eric Whiteman West Point Academy NCAA DI
2017 Steven Owens University of Dubuque NCAA DIII
2017 David Gorniak University of Illinois at Chicago NCAA DI
2017 Jonathan Acevedo University of St Thomas NCAA DIII
2017 Grady Schliepsiek Wright State University NCAA DI
2017 Cameron Behm Eastern Illinois University NCAA DI
2017 Elias McCloud John Brown University NAIA
2017 Jasminko Dizdarevic Urbana University NCAA DII
2017 Matthew McCullough University of Colorado at Colorado Springs NCAA DII
2016 Ty Seager Northwestern NCAA DI
2016 Mitch Dorsey Washington University St. Louis NCAA DIII
2016 Garrett Morgando University Wisconsin- Whitewater NCAA DIII
2016 Jacob Kapitaniuk Wheaton College NCAA DIII
2016 Zack Norton Drury University NCAA DII
2016 Brandon Diorio St. Norbert College NCAA DIII
2016 Jimmy Perreault St. Mary's University- MN NCAA DIII
2016 Thomas Saitta Illinois College NCAA DIII
2015 Marcus Singleton Loras College NCAA DIII
2015 Sebastian Heretyk Monmoth College NCAA DIII
2015 Ivan Boroquez North Central College
2015 Reid Culberson Calvin College
2015 Sergio Blanco Oakton Community College
2015 Colin Kraft Elgin Community College
2015 Robert Hottel Lakeland College
2015 Drew Sezenov Taylor University
2015 Hunter Finnegan Valparaiso University NCAA D1
2015 Parker Setran Biola University
2015 Michael Delaney Dominican University
2015 Jose Gonzales Lewis University
2015 Nick Konopacki Univ of Wis - Platteville
2015 Colton Wenig Macalester College
2015 Gavin Sanchez North Central College
2015 Dylan Lange University of Dubuque
2015 Jason Lagger Univ of Wisconsin - Whitewater
2015 Calen Colbert North Central College
2015 Jose Gomez Dominican University
2014 Sam Hardy Taylor University
2014 TC Hull Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
2014 Jacob Sterling Spring Arbor University.
2014 Grant Stoneman Wisconsin
2014 Phil Legare Hope College
2014 Beck Nebergall Bowling Green State University
2014 Kevin Heinrich St. Ambrose University
2014 Reyman Solis University of Wisconsin - Superior
2014 Billy Larsen Bowling Green State University NCAA D1
2014 Nestor Ascencio Dominican University
2014 Jakub Rys University of Wis - Osh Kosh
2014 Eddie Gonzalez Loras College
2014 Sam Knapke Washington and Lee University
2014 Flynn Collins Simpson College
2014 Mike Novotny Eastern Illinois
2014 Sal Acevedo Millikin University
2011 Angel Pedraza Clark College
2011 Jake Esler University of Denver
2011 Garret Creasor Eastern Illinois University
2011 Dylan Tucker Carthage College
2011 Nick Lutch Central Iowa
2011 Craig Hancock St Bonaventure-New York
2011 Matt Shipon Augustana College
2011 Noah Anthony Wheaton College
2011 Brady Wahl Marquette University NCAA D1
2011 Mitch Tyton Judson University
2011 Mike Wybraniec Elgin CC
2011 Nathaniel Paur Elmhurst College
2011 Seamus Kaminski Carthage College
2010 Bart Masurak Clark College
2010 Tyler McEnery Concordia Wisconsin
2010 Johnnie Schnell Upper Iowa CC
2010 Brendan Carr Eureka College
2008 Steve Purdy U of I Chicago
2008 Matt Russo Univ of Wis- Green Bay
2007 Chris Russo Western Illinois
2007 Nick Helmer Aurora University
2007 Mathew Riendel Drake
2007 Alex Tyton Judson University
2007 Luis Mojica Northern Illinois University NCAA D1

Resources

NCAA Student-Athlete Guide

This is a guide for college-bound student athletes and their parents or guardians on getting to the next level. This explains rules and regulations from an academic standpoint as well as communication with college coaches. Keep in mind that these rules for communication reside solely on the coach. You can reach out to a college coach at any time via email, phone call, or snail mail. This guide explains how and when a coach can respond directly to you.

Note: This guide applies to NCAA Division 1 and Division 2 schools only. NCAA Division 3 schools do not have regulations as far as core-class requirements, and the coaches can respond directly to you at any time.

NCAA Eligibility Center
All student-athletes must adhere to specific academic and amateur standards in order to compete at the NCAA level. These academic standards include your GPA, Test Scores, and Core Classes, and must be met in order to participate in NCAA college sports. The NCAA will also need to verify that you are not a professional athlete and have maintained your amateur status.

You must complete the NCAA Eligibility Center questionnaire at some point during your high school career. To get this out of the way, we recommend completing this sooner than later. It allows college coaches to verify that you are on the right track and will be eligible to compete in the NCAA should he/she want to recruit you. We also recommend downloading the NCAA Guide for the College Bound Student-Athletes for more specifics. (Link also provided on this FitBox).

NAIA Eligibility Center
Similar to the NCAA, student athletes must adhere to certain standards to compete at the NAIA level. . The NAIA will also need to verify that you are not a professional athlete and have maintained your amateur status.

The NAIA Eligibility Center allows college coaches to verify that you are on the right track and will be eligible to compete in the NAIA should he/she want to recruit you. We also recommend downloading the NAIA Guide for the College Bound Student-Athletes for more specifics. (Link also provided on this FitBox).

Applying to College
You may have many questions about how to apply to college, what materials you need, or when to start. This will help ease your mind with the rigors of the application process and give you a better understanding on what to explect. Keep in mind that the process may be slightly different for each school, and you will need to research what to do for each one individually.

Early Action / Decision
This is something everyone ponders at some point, but applying early to college has both its advantages and disadvantages. Keep in mind you may HAVE to attend the school if you apply early and are accepted, so you need to be 100% positive that this is the school you wish to attend. This article will give you more insight on the early application process.

Selecting A College
You already have access to the perfect tool to help you with the decision process – The College Compass in your College Fit Finder account. This applies logic to what is otherwise an emotional decision and helps guide you to your right fit. Just rate the level of importance each of the different aspects of college life are to you, and the calculations take care of the rest.

NCAA Timelines of Communication
You can find a Recruiting Calendar on page 27 of the NCAA Student Athlete Guide. This calendar details what type of communication you can receive from college coaches and at what time during your high school career.

Note: This calendar applies to NCAA Division 1 and Division 2 schools only. Keep in mind that these rules for communication reside solely on the coach. You can reach out to a college coach at any time via email, phone call, or snail mail. NCAA Division 3 coaches can respond directly to you at any time.

SAT Testing Dates and Registration
The SAT is a standardized test that helps colleges from around the country determine your scholastic abilities in 4 subjects including Reading, Math, and Writing. It is recommended that each student-athlete prepare appropriately for this test and it may be a good idea to look into a test prep course.

Weighted GPA Calculator
The College Fit Finder will ask for your weighted GPA, however, not all school districts will provide students with that weighted calculation. Follow the link to calculate your weighted GPA.

National Letter of Intent
A player may make a “Verbal Commitment” to a play for a college, however the commitment to not binding until a player signs the National Letter of Intent. Most sports have signing dates that begin in the late winter/spring of an athlete’s senior year of high school.  A prospective student-athlete agrees to attend the institution full-time for one academic year (two semesters or three quarters).

The institution agrees to provide athletics financial aid for one academic year (two semesters or three quarters).

NCAA Resource Center
There are quite a few NCAA rules that a student-athlete must be aware of when navigating the recruiting process. This link gives access to many FAQs and additional information that may help you along your path.

FAFSA Form
The first step in determining your eligibility for college financial aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

The form can be prepared annually by current and prospective college students (undergraduate and graduate) in the United States to determine their eligibility for student financial aid.

CSS Financial Form
The CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE (often written as CSS PROFILE), short for the College Scholarship Service Profile, is an application distributed by the College Board in the United States allowing college students to apply for financial aid. It is primarily designed to give private member institutions of the College Board a closer look into the finances of a student and family. It is much more detailed than the FAFSA.

The CSS Profile asks questions about the financial status of the student and the student’s parents. The information the student gives in the CSS Profile is then sent to colleges or universities that the student specifies.

Along with the FAFSA, the CSS Profile is the most common financial aid application that students in the United States fill out.

NAIA Student Athlete Guide
This guide will help you understand the necessary grades, test scores, and amateur stance to compete in the NAIA. For parents, it helps explain the types of scholarships, financial aid, grants, and loans that may be available to you.

NAIA Timelines of Communication
Similar to NCAA Division 3, college coaches at the NAIA level can respond to you at any time via email, phone call, text, or snail mail, with a few exceptions, which are detailed in this article.

College Application Checklist
You may have trouble keeping track of where you stand with applying to each individual school, and this is a great resource to help you stay organized. We recommend keeping this checklist (or something similar) handy for each school.

ACT Test Dates and Registration
The ACT is a standardized test that helps colleges from around the country determine your scholastic abilities in 4 subjects including English, Reading, Math, and Science. It is recommended that each student-athlete prepare appropriately for this test and it may be a good idea to look into a test prep course.

NCAA Core Courses
NCAA schools require college-bound student-athletes to build a foundation of high school courses to prepare them for the academic expectations in college.

Click the link above for more information on the eligibility requirements for NCAA Core Course Eligibility Requirements for the various athletic divisions.

List of NCAA Core Courses
Some student-athletes need to know if their specific High School classes have satisfied the NCAA Core Course Requirements. Follow the link to determine which or your High School classes fall under each category.


Learn more about choosing the right college with the resources below:

  • Choosing a College: 
    Choosing the right college can sometimes seem like an overwhelming process.
    Here you will find some important questions to ask staff members at each school as you make your decision
  • Recruiting Fact Sheet:
    College sports create a pathway to opportunity for student-athletes. Here you will find important facts about NCAA recruitment.
  • Recruiting:
    The NCAA supports student-athlete well-being by promoting a fair recruiting environment that limits intrusions into the lives of student-athletes and their families.  Recruiting happens when a college employee or representative invites a high school student-athlete to play sports for their college. Recruiting can occur in many ways, such as face-to-face contact, phone calls or text messaging, through mailed or emailed material or through social media. Click on the link to learn more.
  • Scholarships:
    Only about two-percent of high school athletes are awarded athletics scholarships to compete in college. Click “scholarships” to learn more.
  • Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete:
    Here you can download this guide that answers questions for student athletes and parents navigating the initial eligibility process.