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Morgan boys’ soccer alum Andrew Passante is going to play soccer at Albertus Magnus College this fall. Pictured are Tyler Webb, the assistant principal of The Morgan School, along with Passante’s father Chris Passante, his grandfather William Mangler, his mother Becky Passante, and Kevin Rayel, the athletic advisor at Morgan. (Photo courtesy of Chris Passante )
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Andrew Passante, a recent graduate of The Morgan School, has committed to play soccer at Albertus Magnus College. Passante was a four-year member of the boys’ soccer team at Morgan. He recently signed on to continue his career at Albertus Magnus, a Division III school in New Haven. Passante announced his commitment to play at Albertus Magnus during a ceremony that was attended by his father Chris Passante, his mother Becky Passante, and his grandfather William Mangler, along with Morgan’s Assistant Principal Tyler Webb and Morgan’s Athletic Advisor Kevin Rayel.
Information courtesy of Chris Passante
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