‘Skins LB Steve Olen­ski headed to Al­bright

The Advance of Bucks County - - SPORTS -

For­mer Ne­shaminy out­side line­backer Stephen Olen­ski’s com­mit­ment to Al­bright Col­lege was a de­ci­sion he knew would shape more than just his col­lege ca­reer, but the foun­da­tion for his next 4M years.

eis de­ter­mi­na­tion to play football at the col­le­giate level led to his de­ci­sion to join NCSA Ath­letic Re­cruit­ing, an ex­clu­sive re­cruit­ing net­work that pro­vides stu­den­tath­letes with the op­por­tu­nity and tech­nol­ogy to be proac­tive in their re­cruit­ing process.

The or­ga­ni­za­tion has guided Olen­ski, a se­nior cap­tain last fall for the Red­skins, on a path lead­ing di­rectly to Al­bright Col­lege in Read­ing. While Olen­ski had the tools he needed for the re­cruit­ing process, NCSA also ed­u­cated him on the steps he needed to take to achieve his goal.

Olen­ski has demon­strated the true mean­ing of the term stu­dent-ath­lete. Earn­ing a 4.NO GPA, Stephen has been rec­og­nized as a mem­ber of the National eonor So­ci­ety.

On the field, Olen­ski reg­is­tered 3R solo tack­les and N4 as­sists in NN games last sea­son for the Red­skins, who went R-O in the SOL National Con­fer­ence last fall cou­pled with dis­trict play­off wins over Ply­mouthWhitemarsh and Cen­tral Bucks South. Olen­ski also recorded two fum­bles, one in­ter­cep­tion, one tackle for a loss and five pass breakups. The gifted ath­lete from Feast­er­ville can run the 4Myard dash in 4.8 sec­onds and also benches ORM pounds.

As a two-year var­sity ath­lete, Olen­ski was awarded eonor­able Men­tion Al­lSubur­ban One League (SOL) National Con­fer­ence as well as First Team Al­lA­ca­demic All-State.

Stephen’s self-mo­ti­va­tion and trust in the re­cruit­ing process has rewarded him with the op­por­tu­nity to play

football as an Al­bright Lion and earn a mean­ing­ful de­gree that will al­low him to suc­ceed in the fu­ture.

Olen­ski joins an Al­bright team (8-3) that con­cluded its OMNO cam­paign by win­ning its sixth ECAC cham­pi­onship with a wild and wooly 38-34 come­back win over Franklin C Mar­shall that saw the Lions score two fourth-quar­ter touch­downs in N4 sec­onds.

With FCM on top O8-N4 af­ter scor­ing on the open­ing play of the fourth quar­ter, Al­bright kick re­turner Daniel McNair took the en­su­ing kick­off back 88 yards for the touch­down. The Diplo­mats then fum­bled the en­su­ing kick­off at the four yard line and the Lions took ad­van­tage, scor­ing on a N-yard plunge by Ty eu­ghes. Al­bright in­creased its edge to 38-O8 on an­other N-yard score, this one by T.g. Luddy and a 3R-yard field goal by Dan Sobolewski.

Photo by J.S. Gar­ber

Ne­shaminy out­side line­backer Steve Olen­ski, of Feast­er­ville, has com­mit­ted to Al­bright Col­lege.

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