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Incoming Student Looks Forward to Making an Impact in the Classroom and on the Field
A cybersecurity major, Kenny Franquiz ’24 is excited to join the University of New Haven community and for the opportunities he’ll have as a student-athlete.
February 14, 2020
By Renee Chmiel, Office of Marketing and Communications
Kenny Franquiz ’24 is looking forward to beginning his career as a student at the University of New Haven in the fall. The Bellmore, New York native is passionate about baseball, and he is especially excited to be a student-athlete.
"Having the opportunity to play baseball at the University is something I have worked very hard to achieve," he said. "With the help of Coach Chris Celano and the entire staff, I really think the future is bright for the Chargers baseball team."
Franquiz will officially join Charger Nation in the fall as a member of the University’s Class of 2024. The University is active across the country and around the globe recruiting what promises to be another high-quality class. February 15 is the Early Action II deadline to apply to join the incoming class, and March 1 is the priority deadline for regular decision applicants.
"Hopefully everything I learn both on and off the field can help me reach this goal."Kenny Franquiz ’24
Franquiz chose the University of New Haven because he believed it was the right fit for him – academically and athletically. An incoming cybersecurity major, he is looking forward to entering a field with a wide range of opportunities and career possibilities.
"I could not be more excited about my major," he said. "I hope to work with a growing company where my skills and attributes can be used to make a positive impact. Hopefully everything I learn both on and off the field can help me reach this goal."