3 Baldwin athletes commit to play in college

Liam Belan, Flynn Travers, and Johnny Staley

Three Baldwin athletes signed their letters of intent today in order to continue their athletic careers in college.

Senior Hanna Kalwarski will continue her gymnastics and track careers at West Liberty University.

“It has always been a dream of mine to do gymnastics in college,” Kalwarski said. “Track was just a bonus.”

Kalwarski has been doing gymnastics since she was young, but only started started pole vaulting on the track team more recently. She will be focusing on pole vaulting for the track team, she said.

Senior Taylor Dadig committed to George Mason University to continue her softball career.

“I love the area around D.C. They also have a good engineering program, which I like,” Dadig said.

Dadig plans to major in civil and infrastructure engineering and is waiting to hear a decision about whether she is accepted into the honors college.

She will join the team as a shortstop, her high school position.

Senior Carly Santillo signed to the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown to play softball.

She will be playing continuing her career as a catcher at UPJ.

“Everybody was really welcoming, the coaches were nice, I loved their education there, and it is not too big for me,” Santillo said.

Santillo’s main goal after UPJ is to become a special ed teacher.