Checking In... A look at how former AOYs are performing
Three of Bethlehem Press’s 2018-2019 athletes of the year, Brenna Magliochetti, Greta Stuckey, and Bradley Turocy are enjoying freshman year athletic success in college.
Bethlehem Catholic graduate Magliochetti and the Providence College women’s tennis team won the PC Invitational this fall after winning 18 of 22 matches against Bryant, Holy Cross, and Merrimack.
Maggliochetti was undefeated on the day.
The Friar freshman and her senior doubles partner Aidan Epstein defeated Merrimack, 7-6. Magliochetti also won singles matches against Bryant, 6-2, 6-2, and Holy Cross, 6-2, 6-1.
Liberty graduate Stuckey and Marist College’s women’s cross country team placed sixth out of 11 teams at the Albany Invitational this fall. Stuckey hit a new personal record with a time of 20:25.5.
The Marist women also placed second out of 11 teams at the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championships at Monmouth University where Stuckey’s time was 25:39.8.
Freedom graduate Turocy and the East Stroudsburg University men’s soccer team completed their season with a record of 11-5-3 overall, reaching the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference quarterfinals on Nov. 12.
On Nov. 13, it was announced that Turocy earned PSAC Men’s Soccer Eastern Division Second-Team All-Conference honors.
Turocy played in all 19 games for the Warriors this season and had seven goals and three assists. He ranks second on the team in points, third in shots, and fourth in assists.
The Warrior freshman was also named the PSAC East Men’s Soccer Athlete of the Week in September.
Turocy scored two goals against Felician that week, and had one goal and one assist against Jefferson.