Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame 2018-01-12T17:42:02+00:00

Nick Sharga

Temple University

#4, Top Full Back
in the Country

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CoreXcell has been with me every step of the way. I honestly do not think I'd be where I'm at today without them.

Scott Kalamar

Arizona Diamond Backs

Long drive #34 in the world

I would not be where I am today with out Corexcell. I owe a lot to them and my career.

Julianna Sweeney

Ohio State Field Hockey

One of the strongest players
on the Ohio State team

After training at Corexcell 5 months, I felt fully prepared going into my freshmen year at Ohio State. As a Freshman I was one of the strongest on the entire team and had no problem passing my run tests. I owe Corexcell a lot and I could not have been that confident going into a D1 program with out them.

Hannah Edwards

University of Pittsburgh

Pennsylvania State Player
of the Year

I love training at CoreXcell for multiple reasons. The trainers there make each program as specific as possible in order to maximize an athlete’s full potential.

Saquon Barkley

Penn State University

#26, Nation’s Best
Running Back

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I was always strong in the weight room and lifted all through high school and college. I always felt like something was missing and I always felt tight. The main difference from Corexcell and other gyms is their focus on small muscles and flexibility. They taught me a lot about my body and injury prevention. The training was also fun and a challenging and gave me an edge with my speed and athleticism. I recommend this to any young high school football player. Being strong and flexible is key.

Kelly Robertson

Division I Volleyball

2012 PA State
Player of the Year

I came to Corexcell because It was my lifelong dream to play Volleyball at one of the best Volleyball programs in the country.

Winston Justice

Professional Football

Philadelphia Eagles, Indianapolis Colts

Member of 03 USC National Championship team, and 05 Runner up, 2006 2nd Round Draft pick Eagles, 31 NFL Starts

Robbie Frey

Professional Football

Atlanta Falcons

Led 13th Ranked Kutztown Golden Bears with 1215 yards rushing and 11TDs in 2011. Had a 95 yard Kick Return in the Fiesta Bowl vs Oklahoma Sooners in 2010-11 season. Rushed for 374 yards in 2009. 2008 UConn Special teams player of the year.

2005 and 2006 AAA All State RB, Rushed for 2035 yards and 27TDs as a Senior at Lehighton

UConn, Kutztown, Atlanta Falcons

Scott Kalamar

Division I Baseball

Washington Wildthings

Finished up Sr. year with .299 avg, had 13 doubles, led team with 6 triples, and was 2nd on team with 43 RBI. Finished Junior year of college with the 3rd best Batting average on his college team with .291. Played in 30 games with 14 starts Sophamore year batted .213. All-Area 08′-09’Batting .479 in High school 09.

Chuck Debilio

Division I Football

Ivy League Rookie of the year

Ivy League Rookie of the year 11′ 1068 yards rushing as a freshman. Record 6 Ivy League Rookie of the week. 2nd Team All State 10′, WFMZ 2010 Ticket Taker Award. Morning Call Player of the year 10′ 2000 Yard Rushing 30TDs in 2010

Logan Winchester

Division I Baseball

Morning Call Player of the Year

3 year College Starter Lead team in batting avg. for 3 years, Major League Prospect, All State 07, 2007 Morning Call Player of the Year, All Area 07′, Pitched with ERA of 2.77 and 7-1 record as a senior. Co holds Corexcell 60 yard dash record 6.68

Dan Harding

Division I Football

2011 Pennsylvania Co-State Player of the Year

2011 Pennsylvania Co-State Player of the Year, 1st Team All-State. Easton Express Times 2011 Player of the the Year, 2nd in the state with 3,736 yds 37TD passes, 9 INTs in 11″, 2011 Morning Call and Easton Express 1st Team All Area. 5,541 career passing yards, 52 career TD passes 10′-11′

Tyler Brong

Division I Baseball

Led College team with a batting average of .319

As a Jr. batted .278 with 9 doubles and 2 HRs with 31 runs. As a Soph. in 29 games batted .319 All Area 09- 10′ Co holds Corexcell 60 dash record with a 6.68. Led College team as a sophomore with a batting average of .319 with 17 R.B.I.

Matt Cohen

Division I Linebacker

Arena Football Steelhawks

2009 Walter Camp and Associated Press All American, All Patriot League 07-09, Lehigh All-171 tackles, 18 Sacks 43.5 Tackles for Loss, 2nd Team All state HS Running Back

Kara Bonenberger

Division I Basketball

Four-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week

As a Soph. avg. 9.1ppg 49 blocks shots 5.2 rebpg. Big 5 Rookie of the Year , Four-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week, 2011-12 Co-Impact Player of the Year. team with 161 rebounds and 20 blocks, Played for two district championship teams, Two-time Express Times all-area, Two-time Morning Call first-team,Two -time third-team all-state … Two-time first-team all-conference

Dan Wilk

Division I Football

43 solo tackles, Avg. 25.4 yards per return

As a Jr. in 2011 3INTs led team and was 5th in Ivy League. 43 solo tackles, Avg. 25.4 yards per return. In High School 2nd Team All State 09′, All Area 09′, 20 TDs in 2009

Stani Schiavone

Division I Golf

3 Times All State, 10′ State Runner up, 10′ East Regional Champion

3 Times All State, 10′ State Runner up, 10′ East Regional Champion

Jacob Wloczewski

Division I Baseball

Fastball went from 78-94 in 3 years.

Went 7-2 as Sr. Fastball went from 78-94 in 3 years. Holds the Corexcell Baseball velocity Record 94 MPH. Batted 4.29 as in had 132 Strikeouts in high school

Galen Clemens

Division I Football

Played in every game 2010-2013

Played in every game 2010-2013

Zach Rey

Team USA Wrestling

Four time NCAA qualifier
Three time NCAA placer

CoreXcell was able to tie in explosive wrestling specific exercises and scientific lifting to maximize my strength, power, speed and quickness.

Allison Vanek

Division I Track & Field

State AA Record Holder 12’7”

09′ State Champion, 09′ Penn Relays Champion, State AA Record Holder 12’7”

Rylie Haas

College Volleyball

Set School Record for Digs as a Freshmen with 624.

Only Libero selected for Division III All-American Team Set School Record for Digs as a Freshmen with 624.

Jordan Martin

Division I Field Hockey

30 goals in her NCAA Career. 6th Best All time at St Josephs University.

Named to A-10 All Rookie Team 2010. 9 goals as a senior. 30 goals in her NCAA Career. 6th Best All time at St Josephs University. 6 goals as a Freshman. 2 Time A-10 Rookie of the week 11′, 1st Team All State 10′, 2010 Morning Call Player of the Year 38 Goals in 2010, Northamptons Goal Scoring record with 51 goals

Jessica Pereira

College Track & Field

District Champ in 3A 400m(58.6).

Broke 4 school records in 100m(12.4) 200(25.76) 400m(58.32) 4x100m(49.76). District Champ in 3A 400m(58.6). 3A 100m state qualifyer in 100m(12.63) 3 time Colonial League Champ 100(12.76) 200m(26.5) & 400(58.55)in 13′ 3 time District AA Champion in 2012′ 1st in 100m(12.87), 1st in 200m 26.20, 1st in 400m 58.32. 3 time Colonial League Champ in 12′. 1st in 100m 12.83, 1st in 400m 59.83, 1st in TJ 34’10”

Jerel Elder

College Football

MCALL All-Area 1st team DB. All LVC 1st team RB/DB

1,504 yards and 18 touchdowns, and caught 15 passes for 240 yards and two scores Avg. 9.5 yards per carry. … 96 tackles (72 solo), 4 INTs, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and four defensive touchdowns in 2012 MCALL All-Area 1st team DB. All LVC 1st team RB/DB

Justin Brown

College Lacrosse

As a college freshman he had 21 goals and 4 assists.

Led Nazareth to 2nd in Districts 2011′ Easton Express Times Player of the Year 2011′ Had 48 goals and 25 Assist in 2011. As a college freshman he had 21 goals and 4 assist.

Corinne Ozanne

Division I Softball

As college freshman hit for .292 with 43 RBI and 11 Home Runs

As college freshman hit for .292 with 43 RBI and 11 Home Runs. .410 OB% In High school in 09-11′ 1st Team All State, 2011 Morning Call Player of the Year, .551 Batting Average, 14 RBIs, 24 walks and 7 home runs as a junior in 2011.

Tevrin Brandon

Division I Football & Track

Scored 5 goals as a college freshman in 2011.

 

Scored 5 goals as a college freshman in 2011. Was a A-10 Rookie of the week 2011, 2010 Morning Call Player of the Year, Score 33 goals in 2010, 79 points

Sean Baker

Division I Soccer

Said to be fastest player on 2009 Penn State Football team

06-07 All Area Football, Corexcell’s 40 dash Record Holder (4.31) Said to be fastest player on 2009 Penn State Football team

Alex Fortna

Division I Volleyball

2009-10 1st Team All State

2009-10 1st Team All State, 2009 District XI Champion, 2009-2010, All Area 09-10

Kayla Kohler

Division I Volleyball

290 Attack Kills, 38 Serving Aces, 38 Blocks, 98 Digs

3A All-State Team selection as a junior in 2010, All-Cumberland Valley Tounament team 2010-2011, Morning Call All Area 2010-2011, Lehigh Valley Conference All-Star First Team, District 11 3a All-Star First Team 2010-2011. 290 Attack Kills, 38 Serving Aces, 38 Blocks, 98 Digs

Brianne Giangiobbe

Division I Volleyball

2011 1st Team All State, 2011 and 2010 Easton Express Times Player of the Year.

2011 1st Team All State, 2011 and 2010 Easton Express Times Player of the Year. 395 kills, 59 blocks and 45 aces 250 assists and 76 digs Senior year

Kerry Kinek

Division I Basketball

Finished 6th All time at CCHS with 1,402 points. 4 time LVC an District XI Champion.

Finished Freshman year avg. 12.8 ppg 8.3 rebounds per game. Broke Patriot league single game rebound record with 22 in a game. Voted Patriot Leauge Rooke of the week 6 times. Voted 1st team Patriot league and All Rookie team. In High School in 11′-12′ All State, 11′-12′ and 10′-11′ back to back Morning Call Player of the Year. 10-11′ and 11′-12′ Morning Call All Area. Finished 6th All time at CCHS with 1,402 points. In 2011-2012 averaged 17.8 points, Shooting 54.4% from the field, Shot 72.5% from the free throw line, 10.97 Rebounds, 2.8 Blocks per game. 4 time LVC an District XI Champion.

Chelsea Bock

College Softball

08′-09′ Honorable mention All State, 08′-09′ All Area.

08′-09′ Honorable mention All State, 08′-09′ All Area. Over’ 200 Strikeouts in 2008 and 2009

Caitlin Vanek

Division I Track

Jumped 37’1″ in Triple Jump, 17’4 in Long Jump

Jumped 37’1″ in Triple Jump, 17’4 in Long Jump

David Hightower

Division I Track

Ran 13.91 at East Regionals in 2013.

Ran 13.91 at East Regionals in 2013. 2010 All East 110 Hurdler, 4th in IC4A 110 Hurdles (14.23), 2010 MAAC 110 Hurdle Champion(14.69) 6th in 2010 IC4A 60 Hurdles(8.09)

Jackie Wear

Division III Softball

Was in top 10 in NCAA Div III in 3 categories

Was in top 10 in NCAA Div III in 3 categories, 2012 Freedom Conference Player of the Year. Batted .496, .878 Slugging, 57 singles, 18 doubles, 8 home runs, 28 rbi, 38 runs scored, 22 stolen bases As sophomore 2012, Started All games as a Freshman 2011, in High School honors 2009-2011 Honorable Mention All State, 10′-11′ All Area.

Abby Frey

Division I Field Hockey

2 Colloge goals in 2011, 2009 State and 3 time District XI Champion 07-09

2 Colloge goals in 2011, 2009 State and 3 time District XI Champion 07-09, Holds female Corexcell Squat Record with a max of 335lbs, Bench record with a max of 155lbs. and the 40 record with a time of 4.98

Kevin Kroboth

Division I Football

4 year player, 1st Team All MAC in 2011.

4 year player, 1st Team All MAC in 2011. 71 Tackles 2 INts in 2011

Jay Maletz

Division I Baseball

2010 All Area, Lead State in Home Runs 2010(8)

4 year player, 1st Team All MAC in 2011. 71 Tackles 2 INts in 2011

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