Souderton Trio to Swim at the Collegiate Level

On Wednesday, April 24, 2019, Souderton seniors T.J. Yaglenski, Reid Sinkinson and Jake Kramer were recognized for committing to continue their swimming careers at the collegiate level.  To view photos of the event, please click on the following link:  https://solsports.zenfolio.com/p593390808

“I am five years into working with this program, and these three boys specifically were freshmen in my second year and have been tremendous workers throughout their careers,” coach Lou Williams said. “All three offered different personalities and athletic abilities. I’m really proud of these boys. They’re an awesome group, and we’ll be really challenged to fill their spots the next season or two.”

Jake Kramer – La Salle University (Swimming)
Major: 
Accounting
Final list of colleges:  La Salle, Delaware, Towson
Reasons for choosing La Salle:  “I chose La Salle because of their business program.”
Favorite high school sports memory:  “My last year at states.”
Coach Lou Williams says:  “Jake Kramer is more of a quiet leader who led by example. Jake is a mid-distance swimmer freestyler who will be going to swim at La Salle University. He put up great times at the end of the year, breaking our team 200 freestyle record at states. He’s an awesome freestyler who has swam on great club teams and has a tremendous amount of experience.”
About Jake:
Favorite food: 
Pasta
Favorite movie:  Avengers
Favorite music:  Country

Reid Sinkinson – Hartwick College (Swimming)
Major: 
Undecided
Final list of colleges:  Hartwick, Ithaca, Misericordia
Reasons for choosing Hartwick:  “I chose Hartwick because of the coach and the team atmosphere.”
Favorite high school sports memory:  “All the seniors in the last relay at states.”
Coach Lou Williams says:  “Reid Sinkinson won the Jack Ebert Award for our team this year, which goes to a team leader. He leads through kind of a jovial personality. He’s a jokester and brings smiles to everyone’s faces. Reid I don’t think planned to swim in college but had a great senior year and has been a four-year varsity letterman. He decided to go to Hartwick so he could be part of a team there.”
About Reid:
Favorite food: 
Steak
Favorite movie:  Wolf of Wall Street
Favorite music:  Rap

T.J. Yaglenski – University of Delaware (Swimming)
Major:
Business
Final list of colleges:  Delaware, Pitt, University of North Carolina-Wilmington
Reasons for choosing Delaware:  “I chose Delaware because of the combination of great academics, the campus that I fell in love with and the supportive coaching staff.”
Favorite high school sports memory:  “Getting excited for every single race at the dual meets we had this year.”
Coach Lou Williams says:  “TJ Yaglenski is a fiery competitor, a team leader, outspoken at practices and meets and the kid that leads us into battle. TJ is going to join former Souderton swimmer Storm Krader at the University of Delaware. He is a state medalist in the butterfly and backstroke and will be an immediate impact swimmer for them next year.”
About TJ:
Favorite food: 
Chicken Parmesan
Favorite movie:  The Dark Knight
Favorite music:  Hip-Hop