The West Islip School District sure knows how to produce student athletes.

The high school’s Class of 2018 is boating 30 students who will compete in college for Division I, II, and III teams in the fall.

“Congratulations to these student-athletes who have committed to play college athletics,” said the district’s athletic director, Tim Horan. “The West Islip community is proud to have them represent us as they move on to higher education.”

Scroll down for the list of students and where they’re heading.

the students

Jennifer Arigoni (lacrosse, Western Connecticut University)

Michael Badala (baseball, St. Joseph’s College)

Pat Behrens (lacrosse, Limestone College)

Samantha Blair (lacrosse, University of Massachusetts at Lowell)

Gregory Bove (track, Lafayette College)

Paul Cenci (lacrosse, Pace University)

Kiersten Comer (softball, Wilmington University)

Owen Daly (baseball, St. Joseph’s College)

Lauren DiStefano (lacrosse, Wagner College)

Jordan Frazzitta (lacrosse, University of Tampa)

Hunter Gibbons (track, SUNY Cortland)

Jake Guercio (baseball, Fordham University)

Emma Hampel (lacrosse, West Point Military Academy)

Ryan Hirt (lacrosse, Western Connecticut University)

Morgan Iacono (soccer, SUNY Farmingdale)

Anthony Ippolito (baseball, Baruch College)

Nick Johnson (lacrosse, Nassau Community College)

Hayley Kirby (lacrosse, SUNY Farmingdale)

Klaire Klemens (cross-country/track, Stony Brook University)

Amber Kortright (swimming, SUNY Oneonta)

Carly Lanzarotta (lacrosse, University of Mary Washington)

Jason Lella (wrestling, Edinboro University)

Rosa Lettieri (tennis, SUNY Farmingdale)

Tim Mullane (football, Nassau Community College)

Carley Patwell (lacrosse, Wingate University)

Erin Schweers (softball, Hunter College)

Kristen Schweitzer (lacrosse, Adelphi University)

Joseph Tammaro (golf, St. Thomas Aquinas College)

Riley Wallace (field hockey, Molloy College)

Bradley Wilson (wrestling, Sacred Heart University)

Top: Principal Anthony Bridgeman and athletic director Tim Horan congratulated the 30 student-athletes from the Class of 2018. Photo courtesy of the West Islip School District