Frankie Bergonzi Commits To Colgate

Junior Frankie Bergonzi — a starting defender since freshman year — has verbally committed to Colgate University.

The 2010 tri-captain also stars in basketball, and played baseball until this year, when he joined Beachside Soccer Club.  He is a consistent 1st honors student.

Frankie Bergonzi

Bergonzi follows a long line of Wreckers who have achieved success at the New York school, including Tim Purcell ’85, Peter Sheinbaum ’88 and Scott Coleman ’88.  One of the 1st female soccer stars at Colgate was former Staples player Jeanne LoCurto Lesch, mother of junior Brendan Lesch.

“This is a great fit for Frankie,” said Staples head coach Dan Woog.  “The Patriot League is an excellent conference, and Colgate is one of those schools that everyone who goes there loves.”

Raider head coach Erik Ronning has a long friendship with Staples athletic director Marty Lisevick, going back to their Simsbury days.

Bergonzi is the 2nd Staples junior to verbally commit to a college, following Lesch’s choice of Notre Dame University.  At least one other Wrecker may also commit soon.

5 responses to “Frankie Bergonzi Commits To Colgate

  1. I’m proud of you frank. Thank god you quit baseball. Hahaha.

    Congrats!

  2. Congratulations Frankie! That is great news and I am sure you are going to love it there!
    the Denowitz Family

  3. Jeanne and Brendan Lesch

    Congratulations, Frankie! We are so proud of you! Colgate is very lucky you chose to be a Red Raider. We know that your successes are only just beginning and we will look forward to following your accomplishments every step of the way. It has been wonderful to watch you excel in everything you do, both on and off the field. We are thrilled that the Colgate family will have the opportunity to get to know the Frankie we have had the pleasure of knowing for the past twelve years!

    Great job, Frankie…….Go ‘Gate!!!!!!!!

    Jeanne and Brendan Lesch

  4. congrats man

  5. good job frankie and good luck at colgate

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