Student-athletes Commit to Top Colleges
The Webb Schools is pleased to announce that three student-athletes from the Class of 2022 committed to play intercollegiate athletics next year during the winter National Signing Day.
Seniors Savanna Cespedes, Kevin Ren and Bradyn Wishek will continue their academic pursuits and play their respective sports at an impressive group of colleges and universities.
Savanna Cespedes, Pomona College, Volleyball
Savanna Cespedes, a member of Webb’s 2019 CIF state playoff qualifying team, has committed to study and play volleyball at NCAA Division-III Pomona College in Claremont.
Cespedes, a four-year member of the Webb volleyball program, has been a mainstay for the program at setter and an integral part of the team’s recent success.
Cespedes intends to major in neuroscience while at Pomona with an eye toward a medical career.
Kevin Ren, Darmouth College, Swimming and Diving
Kevin Ren, a four-year member of the Webb swimming and diving program, has committed to study and swim at NCAA Division-I Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Ren has been a multiple event league champion throughout his time at Webb. In 2021, he was the CIF-SS Division 3 champion in the 100 yard breaststroke, an accomplishment he is hoping to repeat this year.
Ren intends to major in biomechanical engineering at Dartmouth.
Bradyn Wishek, Grinnell College, Baseball
Bradyn Wishek, a four-year varsity athlete in both baseball and football, has committed to study and play baseball at NCAA Division-III Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa.
Wishek was a member of the 2019 league champion and CIF No. 1 seeded Webb baseball team and has started for three seasons as a first baseman and outfielder with the Webb baseball program. In football, Bradyn was an all-league 1st team honoree this season starting at both center and linebacker.
Wishek is interested in studying political science and psychology at Grinnell with an eye toward law.
“Having the ability to compete in college athletics at any level is a true accomplishment,” Director of Athletics and Afternoon Activities Steve Wishek said. “It is a testament to the work these young people have done to create these opportunities. Also, I would like to recognize all our teachers, counselors, coaches and administrators for their support of athletics overall. “