Although he does not have a major picked out quite yet, he plans to play the pitcher position, and focus on baseball, at least for right now.
"I hope soon," Gallagher said, referring to how quickly he will see the field as a freshman. "That's kind of one of the reasons I went. I was told that I could get a chance to get some playing time pretty early. That's really exciting."
Mackenzie Lawrence -- Penn State Fayette (Wrestling)
He plans on starring in the 157 lb. weight class in college. Lawrence said his visit was all he needed to see when it came to becoming a Roaring Lion.
"The thing that stuck out most with my visit to Penn State Fayette was just the campus and how small it was and how the coaches approached me -- how they talked to me. They made me feel like I was more at home," Lawrence said.
Cody Maurin -- Penn State Fayette (Wrestling)
Mackenzie's teammate, Cody Maurin, also chose to wrestle at Penn State Fayette on Monday.
Maurin will wrestle at the 235 lb. weight class. He said joining his teammate in college will help guide a smoother transition to the college level.
"I thought about it myself," Maurin said. "The coaches came down and talked to him, and he decided to check it out. Everything worked out."
Sydney Pineault -- West Virginia Wesleyan College (Track & Field/Cross Country)
Mohigans track and field and cross country star Sydney Pineault chose to continue her running career at the collegiate level. Pineault will run at West Virginia Wesleyan College next year.
She admitted that the Bobcats sweep of the Mountain East Conference track and field championships were a plus. She said she will take part in the distance running events.
"I was looking at Marietta [College] and WVU," Pineault said. "WVU is a little too big for me. I wanted something other than D-III, which is what Marietta was."
Allison Lynch -- University of San Diego (Track & Field/Cross Country)