Savannah, Georgia – SCAD head fishing coach Isaac Payne has announced that Noah Pescitelli has verbally committed as the school’s first recruit for the Bees Men’s fishing program, which is scheduled to begin competition in Fall 2016. Pescitelli is scheduled to sign his letter of intent on Friday, November 20 at 6:30pm.
“I am very excited for Noah joining our fishing program. Noah is a very innovative angler that captures amazing digital footage both on and off the water to help share stories surrounding his passion for fishing,” said Payne. “His love for fishing and creative use of video has awarded him with great sponsors and a huge social media following throughout his high school career as he continues to grow and evolve as an angler. Noah is a very talented and I look forward to him continuing his success on the college level both on and off the water.”
Pescitelli, a senior at Mill Creek High School, started the school’s first Bass Club. He has moved on to earn several ranks throughout his fishing career. In 2013 he was ranked second in Georgia in the Bass High School league. He also earned a third place finish at the Bass High School Southern Open, which earned him a spot in the High School Bass Master Classic.