Congratulations 2018 Verbals as of October 15, 2017
Maggie Connolly - Princeton University
Mackenzie Gardler - Villanova University
Maura Hendrixson - Drexel University
Meg Jonassen - Fordham University
Olivia Mason - Niagara University
Katie Mayock - St. Joseph's University
Kendall Keyes - University of Sciences
Katie Connolly - Drexel University
Cat Polisano - Fordham University
Taylor Hamm - University of Sciences
Mary Kelly - Catholic University
Thank You to those families who have donated to the Comets Alum Giving 2017 - we are so very grateful.
Danielle Callahan Family (Boston U)
Cat Polisano Family (Fordham)
Jenn/Jess/Julie Carney Family (Mount St. Marys/Temple)
Mary Gedaka Family (Villanova)
Maggie McIntyre Family (Niagara)
Paige Warfel Family (Quinnipiac)
Lexi Stover Family (Rider)
Coley Ricci Family (Delaware)
Meg Hubley Family (Navy)
Rachel Ryan Family (Salisbury)
Kristen Hinckley Family (Dartmouth)
Kiernan McCloskey Family (Lehigh)
Bailey Greenberg Family (Drexel)
Hannah Nihill and Family (Drexel)
Shannon McFadden Stefanski Family (Dayton)
Gabby Capuzzi Family (Ohio State University)
Libby Tacka Family (Army)
Elodie Furey Family (Cornell)
Maggie Connolly Family (Princeton)
Sam Lochner (St. Peter's)
The COMETS are a non-profit girls basketball club started in the mid 1980's by Renee Pierangeli and John Gallagher. The club continued to grow under long time NBA referee Joey Crawford, current Notre Dame coach Linda Genther, her husband, long time coach at Cardinal O'Hara Chris Genther and Carroll head coach Renie Shields. The main objective that began back then, has continued through today.
The COMETS strive to provide quality basketball instruction and superior competition for females from ages 9 to 17. These young ladies compete against teams from around the country, and continue to thrive at college exposure events and Nationals. Since the very beginning, the COMETS have created a reputation for fielding groups of hard-working, fun-loving, highly competitive and really talented teams.
Currently the COMETS boast 40+ girls playing college basketball, and over 300 former players receiving college scholarships. Our priority continues to be development through instruction and EXPOSURE by participating in the MAJOR College Viewing tournaments. Our instruction comes from the best coaches in the area.
The 2017 version of the COMETS promises to be no different!