Casey Anne Kilduff of Old Bridge will graduate from John Neumann College in Pennsylvania on May 14.
She received a four-year academic scholarship to the school. During her freshman year she was named Rookie of the Year and made the dean’s list.
Kilduff was captain of the ice hockey team as a senior. She obtained a coaching position on the Ed Snider Youth Foundation; Snider is the owner of the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team who works to give underprivileged children an opportunity to become familiar with hockey.
A lifelong resident of Old Bridge, Kilduff was an honor student at Vorhees Elementary School and Jonas Salk Middle School, having received the President’s Award for Academic Excellence.
She was a Pop Warner cheerleader and played for the Old Bridge Recreation Ice Hockey team. She served as captain of the Princeton Tiger Lillies for two years.
After graduating from middle school, Kilduff accepted a spot on the Huskies ice hockey team at Northwood High School, Lake Placid, New York, on a four-year academic scholarship. She was captain her junior and senior years. Upon graduation, she was chosen the “Student Best Representing the Values of Northwood.”