Watertown Has Not Just 1, but 2 College All-America Field Hockey Players

Watertown’s Michaela Antonellis and Ally McCall both made college All-America field hockey teams this year. A pair of former Watertown High School field hockey teammates have gone on to success in college, and both have been named to the 2019 college All-America teams.

Michaela Antonellis and Ally McCall served as co-captains for the Raiders during their senior year, and now they both earned All-American status as college seniors. They also were part of the Watertown High School team that set the national record for longest consecutive unbeaten streak. Antonellis, who attends Stonehill College, made the NCAA Div. II All-America second team for both the Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) and Synapse Sports All-America.

Former WHS Star Climbing Ranks of NCAA D3 Women’s Basketball Assist Leaders

Gabriella Coppola had had quite an encore to her stellar career on the Watertown High School girls basketball team. Now a senior at Endicott College, she has steadily climbed up the list of assist leaders at the Beverly-based college and in all of NCAA Div. III. Coppola, who plays guard for the Gulls, has 15 assists through five games during the 2017-18 season, putting her at 275 for her college career. This is fourth best all-time at Endicott and 30th highest among active D3 players.