The Shore Conference has some of the elite non-public teams not only in the state of New Jersey but the entire nation.  Bridget Andree could have easily been a key part of one of the superpower teams on the Jersey Shore, but her choice to attend Trinity Hall is one that she does not regret one moment.  Bridget has helped make the Monarchs a program on the rise.  With 18 wins last year and a perfect 12-0 record in her senior season, Andree is the main cog of a team that has a strong foundation thanks in large part to her efforts.  On Friday night, Andree became the first ever 1,000 point scorer in Trinity Hall’s short history as she had 23 points and 12 rebounds in a 46-38 win over Monmouth Regional.  Watching her teammates quickly flock to her to celebrate her milestone moment and the fact that nearly the entire school packed the St. John’s Greek Orthodox Church gym to witness history is a testament to the effect she has had on the entire school.  With a perfect 4.0 GPA and serving as the student body president, Andree’s set a high bar for what it means to be a student-athlete.  You won’t hear much bragging from Bridget, but JSZ’s Jay Cook paints the picture of what she means to Trinity Hall:

Jersey Sports Zone is excited to have Trinity Hall join our team as one of our sponsors.  JSZ will have highlights and features of the Monarchs sports programs all year long.  Visit to learn more about Monmouth County’s independent college preparatory high school in the Catholic tradition