Fairfield Prep Football Players Make College Commitments

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Fairfield Prep football players Nick Crowle, (front, left) and Tony Fox sign to play for college programs. Back row are Dr. Robert Perrotta, Principal; Rev. John Hanwell, S.J., President; Tom Shea, coach ; Keith Hellstern, assistant coach. Photo Credit: Contributed

FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Fairfield Prep seniors Nick Crowle and Tony Fox announced their decisions to play football in college.

Crowle, a linebacker, will attend Yale University. Fox, a defensive lineman, will attend Fordham.

Crowle was one of the captains for Prep as it reached the Class LL championship game and posted its best season in years. He was named all-state by several organizations and is also the captain of Prep’s wrestling team. He is a National Honor Society member and involved in various community service projects, including the Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen in New Haven.

Fox was a three-year starter at defensive end and offensive guard for Prep. He also received several all-state designations, and is president of Prep’s Student Government. He has been elected a class officer for four years, and also participates in a number of community service programs.

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