Top Jocks: Where Are They Now?

Three superstar athletes we profiled back in 2014 are bringing their A-game to the collegiate level.


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Imani Tilford, then and now

Photos: Danny Karnik

Back in 2014, Westchester Magazine searched far and wide, through All-State teams and an abundance of MaxPreps stats to identify the most skilled student athletes the county was cultivating. At the time we spoke with a host of talented kids, including an Ursuline state-tennis champ, a Woodlands High point guard who averaged more than 25 points per game as a junior, and a sophomore who lead the Port Chester Rams’ soccer team to the Class AA section quarterfinals.

But times change, and while many high school athletes move on to other fields, a select few continue to rise to the top of their game as they move into higher education. Today, we speak to three of our Top Jocks alums who have spent the past two years making a name for themselves and solidifying their place in the world of college athletics. 


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Port Chester Soccer Star Kicking Into High Gear

Steven Hernandez heads to American International College with his mind on his game and his grades.

White Plains Native Shooting for the Top

Georgia Tech puts Imani Tilford’s talent to the test.

Mount Vernon Tennis Ace Readies for Tulane

Christina Sisti sets sights on Tulane's team.
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