St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute is proud to announce that seniors Cameron Dabill and Andrew Gradolph have officially signed their NCAA Division II letters of intent to continue their football careers next year.
“The St. Joe’s football program taught me to hold myself accountable to not just myself, but to the team,” said Dabill. “I learned how to be a man and work hard, both of which can lead to success.”
Dabill will be wearing green on the field next year with Mercyhurst University. He plans to study Criminal Justice, with the hopes of becoming a state trooper.
“I want to thank Coach Landri and all the coaches at St. Joe’s for pushing me to work hard,” said Gradolph. “I loved every second of my time on the field.”
Headed to Erie, PA, Gradolph will play for Gannon University. He will study Business, deciding between Management or Finance at this point.
“I’m so proud of these two talented young men who have the opportunity to continue their successful careers on the football field and represent the Marauders at the next level,” said Head Football Coach Derek Landri.