Athletics

  • Due to COVID-19 – the Fall teams did not play any outside
    competition during their regular season. They all completed a
    highly productive fall training program including strength
    training, positional and individual skill work, yoga, team
    training and intra-squad scrimmages. Cross Country did hold
    a few virtual meets. Men’s & Women’s Soccer, Field Hockey
    and Volleyball played exhibition games in the spring.
  • The winter sports all managed shortened seasons played in
    February and March. Ryan Algier ’21 was named both an
    Academic All-American and athletic All-American for Men's
    Basketball. Four Swimmers and divers earned All-American
    honors: Jose Corredor Alvarez ’23, and divers David
    Robinson ’24, Adam Hopson ’23, and Sophie Lever ’23.
  • The Spring Sports all enjoyed full schedules. Softball won
    both the Liberty League regular season and playoffs to qualify
    for the NCAA Championships, making it all the way to the
    Elite 8. Baseball also qualified for the NCAA Championships
    after winning the Liberty League regular season and playoff
    titles. Track and Field had a great year with a total of nine
    athletes (three women and three men) qualifying for the
    NCAA Championships. They had two 3rd place finishes with
    Jordan Hurlbut ’20 in the 1500M and in the 4x400M relay
    team of Michaela Burrell ’21, Kristin Hardy ’23, Eileen
    Bequette ’21 and Susan Bansbach ’23. Golf 's Declan Hickton
    ’21 was one of six individuals, nation-wide, to qualify for the
    NCAA Championships.
  • A total of 13 All-Americans were named along with 10 Phi
    Beta Kappa honorees during the ’20-’21 year.

Bullet points highlight impact made in 2020-21

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