November Commitment Corner

Recognizing Malvern’s athletes as they make decisions to advance on to college with their sports.

Brian Ciarlone, Contributor

Corey Brunner: Denison University Soccer 

Corey began playing soccer when he was just four years old. Playing for Malvern, Brunner has met many amazing people, and created many memories. Brunner will be attending Denison next fall to play soccer. “The reason I chose Denison is because I really enjoyed the coaching staff when I visited. I fell in love with the atmosphere of the school, and saw a student life that suited me well.” Brunner wanted to thank all of his coaches and teammates he has had along the way saying, “They have always supported me, and shown me not only how to become a better soccer player, but how to be a better person as well.” 

Tucker Milhous: Villanova University Lacrosse 

Milhous started his lacrosse career when he was in Kindergarten. Milhous has loved playing for Malvern the last four years and made many unforgettable memories. “I am so thankful for all of my coaches and teammates for all they have done to help me get to where I am today. The last four years have been an unforgettable experience.” Milhous will be attending Villanova this coming fall. He knew he wanted to go to Villanova the day he stepped on campus saying, “Ever since I was younger I have been around the Villanova campus going to basketball and lacrosse games and I knew that was where I wanted to go. I also chose Villanova because of the incredible coaching staff.” Milhous wanted to thank his coaches and teammates, “My teammates helped push me to be the best player I could be and my coaches have helped me become a better player. I am so thankful for all of my teammates, club coaches, and Malvern coaches.” 

Joe Sheridan: University of Richmond Lacrosse

Sheridan started playing lacrosse through his older siblings. It was a common sport amongst his brother and sister so he decided to stick with it. Sheridanhas loved playing lacrosse for Malvern the last three years. “Malvern is obviously one of the best teams around and it’s something I am really proud of because I get to play with some awesome kids and compete every practice.” Sheridan will continue his lacrosse career at Richmond and he made it clear why he chose that school. “I picked Richmond because of the quality of education and the great campus feel. I also am very fond of the coaches.” Sheridan wanted to thank all of his coaches at Malvern and St. Agnes for making him the best player and person he could possibly be.