Activedge’s Teddy Mullins for
Jordan High School.

ActivEdge’s 2010 graduating class put up numbers, awards, and achievements that left the class of 2011 with no choice but to rise to the challenge and create their own legacy in ActivEdge history. With 23 athletes in this graduating class, and 19 of these going on to play collegiate sports, the 2011 class has set a new record. ActivEdge has never before had 19 athletes go on to play college sports in one class, with 17 of them pursuing Division I sports at their new schools. Here is a list of the athletes and where they will be attending in the fall:

Camille Arab – A home schooled student that excelled on and off the soccer field. Camille was a nominee for the Congressional Award Gold Medal. She helped lead the Triangle United 1992 girls gold team to four state cup semifinals.  She is headed up to Appalachian State University in the fall and will be a member of their women’s soccer team.

Lindsey Ervin – Played four years of varsity soccer for the Jordan Falcons, along with finishing her club career with Triangle United. During her time at Jordan she won All-Conference twice, All-Regional tiwce, and led the team in assists her junior year of high school. She won a state cup with her club team in 2005, before making the switch to Triangle United. She was on the region III ODP team from 2005-2009. Lindsey will be taking her skills, on and off the field, to Wake Forest University, where she looks to make a positive impact on their soccer program.

Matthew Fiegler – “Figgy” was a key player of the 2010 Jordan high school soccer team, that was one of the most competitive in the country. He scored the first goal in the State Championship game this fall, helping the Falcons to win that game and claim a well deserved State Championship. Figgy was an All-State selection, as well as All-Conference in 2010. He racked up fourteen goals and seven assists this past fall on a team that did not lose or tie any games in their season. Figgy also won a state title with Triangle Futbol Club’s (TFC) 1992 Navy Classic team. He will be headed off to the east coast to continue his soccer career at UNC Wilmington.

Reid Goss – A native of Fort Myers, Fl, Reid came to Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill on the 10th grade. He quickly achieved the starting pitching position at Trinity and was an instant impact player. With an ERA of less than 1 in his senior season, Reid was deservedly an All-State selection. He was invited to Perfect Game in FL with other elite high school baseball players, where he continued to prove himself. Reid will be furthering his education and baseball career at Lynchburg College in VA.

Mark Harris – Another key player on the historic 2010 Jordan High School men’s soccer team, Mark dominated the State Championship game to complete a fantastic high school soccer performance. He won State Cup with TFC’s 92, along with Fiegler. Mark was an ESPN RISE All-Star and won two All-Conference awards in high school. He will be taking his academic and athletic skills to Wilmington, as well.

Lauren Hubbard – Played outstanding volleyball with one of the most elite club teams in the country during high school. She won a state title her senior year at Trinity of Durham and Chapel Hill. She was an All-State player her last two years of high school and won All-Conference as well. She has decided to pursue her education at UNC Chapel Hill.

Robert Jenkins – An athlete for Northern High School, Robert was a major contributor to their tennis team. He was a four-year letterwinner, received All-State in 2010, and was a 4A state champion in doubles in 2010. Robert will be heading up to the mountains to play tennis for Appalachian State.

Sarah Kearney – Following in her sister’s footsteps at Durham Academy, Sarah collected numerous awards during her high school years at DA, in a variety of sports. She was a 2010 All-Conference selection in basketball, as well as the team MVP of the year. She was most improved in 2009 in basketball, and won the coaches award in 2011. She won the coach’s award in 2010 for women’s softball, and was a DA triple-crown athlete in 2010. Sarah was a Durham Sports Club scholar athlete nominee in 2011 and won the Scott J. Filson award at graduation. She will be furthering her education at UNC Chapel Hill.

Becca Malizia – Played soccer for Chapel Hill High School. Charolotte earned All-Conference for three years in a row, as well as being named to the All-Region team her junior and senior years. She was also selected to play for the East-West All-Start Game in NC. She has chosen to go to George Washington University to represent the Colonials.

Emma Marlatt – Graduated from Chapel Hill High. Emma plans to take her education and golf skills to Queens University.

Peter McDonald – Played sports for East Chapel Hill High School. He competed on both the cross country team and tennis team during high school. McDonald earned All-Conference, All-Region, as well as All-State for all of his four seasons of tennis. He was ranked a four star recruit, No. 69, on tennisrecruiting.net. McDonald has chosen to continue his endevours with the Navy.

Teddy Mullin – Another incredible player for Jordan’s soccer team, who helped lead the team to an undeafeated season and state championship in 2010. He was a 2010 ESPN Fall All-Star and was also named the 2010 Gatorade North Carolina Player of the Year. He played club for Triangle FC who also won a state championship in 2009.  With all this talent, Teddy was ranked as the No. 8 recruit in the country  and No. 1 in the South Atlantic. Teddy is now at starting an outstanding career at Wake Forest.

Erin O’Conner – Played for Durham Academy’s women’s soccer team. Her talent earned her a three-time NCISAA All-State honoree, five-time All-Conference and four-time All Region selection, and five year letterwinner. She was named team MVP and NCSCA All-State her senior year. She was also a member of Triangle United’s Gold squad and helped them make it to semi-finals in 2008, 2009, and 2010. O’Connor started 82 out of 84 games since the 8th grade. Erin is now heading to Duke to play for their women’s soccer team.

Jonathan Ray – A key player for the Jordan Falcons, Jonathan helped their men’s soccer team make it to the 2010 Championship. He played club for the CASL Chelsea Team and was a member of the US U-14 National Team in 2007. Jonathan played for the Region III ODP team from 2007 to 2009 and the NC ODP team from 2006 to 2009. His senior year he was named part of the NC Soccer Coaches Association All-State team.  With a record like his, Jonathan was ranked as the 61st best incoming recruit by TopDrawerSoccer.com. After spending one season at Campbell, he transferred to NC State.

Jared Rist – Played soccer for Riverside, where he was named captain for two years. His team made it to the state semifinals in 2009. He was a three time All-Conference and All-Region honoree at Riverside. He also played soccer for the Triangle Futbol Club. Rist has decided to take his skills, on and off the field, to Georgetown.

Farrell Sweeney – A strong player for East Chapel Hill High School, Sweeney helped lead East to four PAC VI conference championships. She was a captain of the team her senior year and was a three time All-Conference honoree. Sweeney was named All-Region in 2010 and All-State in 2011. Sweeney was invited to play for the North Carolina team in the Clash of the Carolinas in 2011 and helped lead the team to a win. Sweeney ended her high school career with 65 goals and 17 assists.  She is now pursuing her soccer career at UNC Chapel Hill.

Zach Thomas –  Attended Cedar Ridge High School where he contributed immensly to their football team. Zach is now playing OL for Lenoir-Rhyne’s football team.

Inaki Uriz – Yet another talented athlete from Jordan High School, Inaki was a captain of the men’s soccer team who helped lead the team to a state championship in 2010. He was a player for the 1992 Triangle Futbol Club Navy team and assisted the team in making it to regional semifinals in 2010. Inaki is pursuing his soccer career at UNC Asheville.

Carl Ward – Running with his brother for Durham Academy, Carl was also chosen as a captain for his cross country team in 2009 and 2010,  and a captain of the track team in 2011. He was a four-time All-State NSCIAA cross country and All-State NSCIAA track honoree. He was the state runner up in the 1600m in 2009 and 2010. He impressively hold the state record in the 4×800 relay. Ward was also a part of the 2008 and 2009 NCISAA cross country champions. He is now running for Harvard, as well.

Fred Ward – A runner for Durham Academy, Fred ran an outstanding time of 4:25.92 in the 1600m at the NCISAA 3A Championship meet (2011), putting him third place. He also came in 5th in the 3200m with an impressive time of 9:54.07. He was a four-year letterwinner in cross country and track. He was selected as team captain for cross country in both 2009 and 2010, along with track in 2011. He was a five-time All-Conference honoree. Fred was a part of the 4×800 relay team that held state records four times. He was named cross country MVP three times.  Fred is now running for Harvard.

Sam Weissler – A strong tennis player for East Chapel Hill High School, Weissler now contributes to John Hopkins University’s men’s tennis team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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