Wolverines commit to further athletic careers

Matthew Yam

Adam Sraberg ‘17, Brandon Kewalramani ‘17, and Camille Oswald ‘17 have signed National Letters of Intent to play Division 1 sports at the collegiate level.

Sraberg has committed to Vanderbilt University to attend and play tennis for the Commodores.

Four-star recruit Sraberg is ranked top 100 in the nation and 18th in California. He has been named an all-league award winner throughout all four years of his high school career. He won the Mission League singles tournament as a sophomore, and the Mission League doubles tournament as a junior. Additionally, Sraberg was recognized as the Most Valuable and well as Most Improved Singles player in the mission league after his sophomore season and shared Most valuable doubles player honors with Jed Kronenberg ‘17 after their junior campaigns.

Sraberg is looking forward to captaining the team this spring for his final high school season .

“I am very excited to be a senior captain for such a talented team. I’m hoping that I can finish my high school career with a CIF ring. that would be surreal.”

Kewalramani has committed to Boston College to attend and play golf for the Eagles.

Kewalramani qualified for CIF championships throughout his freshman, sophomore, and junior seasons, and finished in second place as a sophomore.

Oswald committed to Villanova University to attend and play water polo for the Wildcats

Oswald has averaged 3 goals, 3 assists, 2 steals, and 2 field blocks per game throughout her sophomore and junior seasons. She is looking to carry her team deep into the playoffs in her final high school season this winter.

Oswald said she was pleased to to be able to attend Villanova.

“First, it has a very strong academic program which is very important to me. Second, I wanted to play water polo at the division I level. I really connected with the coaches and players on the team. And lastly, I knew I wanted to go back East for school to experience a change in seasons. And an added bonus is it’s 3 hours from my sister, who is a sophomore at Georgetown University.”