‘Skins LB Steve Olenski headed to Albright
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.
Neshaminy outside linebacker Steve Olenski, of Feasterville, has committed to Albright College.