|Stertzer Selected #12 Overall in MLS Superdraft|
John Stertzer '09 was selected by Real Salt Lake with the 12th pick in the MLS Superdraft. After a great career at the University of Maryland, the talented midfielder, the Real Salt Lake General Manager Garth Lagerwey, loves the talent they are adding to the roster, "Stertzer is a guy we feel like can contribute for a long time… we’re excited to add another young dynamic kid to our midfield."RealSaltLake.com
|Dotson Hit Bucknell's Game-Winning Buzzer Beater|
Audrey Dotson '11 had a big game on January 16 against Colgate. She had 14 points and 9 rebounds for the Lady Bison, but none more important than her last basket of the game. With the game tied, 51-51, Dotson drained a jump shot at the buzzer to lift Bucknell to victory, 53-51. BucknellBison.com
|Sam Cohen Steps Up in Goal|
Samuel Cohen '10 is having a great season for Endicott's Ice Hockey team as their goalie. He's been in net for 12 games and has recorded 364 saves, the Sophomore Goalie has helped the Gulls reach #7 in their Regional rankings, which gets them a spot in the playoffs. Cohen had a great game as Endicott upset #1-ranked University of New Hampshire.ecgulls.com
|Julia Fortkort Makes Longhorns Early Favorite|
Julia Fortkort '09 leads the University of Texas Rubgy team, and returns as one of their star players. RubgyMag.com recently previewed the 2012 season, with the Longhorns ranked in the top 15 in the Nation. RubgyMag.com
|No Sophomore Slump for Janowski|
Although she is only a Sophomore at UVA, Tori Janowski ‘11 seems to be a strong leader for the Volleyball team. The Cavaliers started their season with a tournament at Colorado State and Janowski was on fire, she recorded 29 kills and 34 assists in three matches. Her great performance earned her a spot on the All-Tournament Team.UVA
|Audrey Dotson Makes Impact Early|
Audrey Dotson ’11 was a team-captain and an integral part of the Girls’ Basketball program last season, and after a great career at Flint Hill she committed to Bucknell University to play Basketball. Dotson is only four games into her Freshman year, and in a close game versus Buffalo she played 23 minutes, scored 10 points and pulled down eight rebounds for the Bison. Dotson looks to keep those numbers up as the season progresses.
|Audrey Dotson Sets Career High|
Audrey Dotson '11 had her best game of the season, not to mention career, on December 15. The Sophomore Forward dominated with 27 points and 17 rebounds, but her Bucknell Bison fell to Longwood 60-52. BucknellBison.com
|Stertzer Nominated for MAC Hermann Trophy|
John Stertzer '09 was given the preseason honors of being nominated for the MAC Hermann Trophy - the highest individual honor for Division-I Soccer. During his Junior season at the University of Maryland Stertzer scored a career best 14 goals, including a team-high 5 game winning scores; he was named First Team All-ACC.The Oakton Patch
|Stertzer Propels Maryland|
John Stertzer '09 helped the #9 Maryland Terrapins get the 2012 season off to a great start. In the first game of the season Stertzer scored the final goal in a 3-0 victory over the #7 Louisville Cardinals. The Terps hope to take the momentum from their big win into Friday night's game against #2 UCLA. That game will be broadcast at ESPN3.com at 7:30 p.m.
|Stertzer: ACC Player of the Week|
John Stertzer ‘09 is off to a great start to his Senior season at Maryland. After the first week of the season, Stertzer was named the ACC Player of the Week. In the #6 Terrapins first game versus #7 Louisville, he played strong defense and scored the final goal in a 3-0 victory.TheACC.com
|Catch Myles McGinley and The Princeton Tigers on ESPN U|
Myles McGinley '11 has worked his way into the starting line-up for Princeton's soccer team, adding a spark to the team while playing both defense and in the midfield. Myles has recorded two assists so far this season and will look to help his Princeton Tigers defeat Lafayette University on Tuesday, October 11 at 5:00 pm on ESPN U... so if you have the chance, check out the former Husky showcase his skills in the national spotlight!GoPrincetonTigers.com
|Navy Wins Patriot League|
Jess Fellows '11 helped Navy win their third straight Patriot League Championship, after knocking off Holy Cross 18-11. Fellows scored three for the Midshipmen. Congrats to Jess and to Navy!
|Christopher Newport: 2011 National Runner-Up|
On Sunday, November 20, in St. Louis, Missouri, Flint Hill School alumni Christie Fellows and Terran Bargeron led their Christopher Newport University (CNU) volleyball team to the National NCAA Division finals. This was CNU’s first-ever national championship appearance. Despite CNU’s strong showing, they were defeated by Wittenberg University with a 3-0 loss. CNU wraps up the season with a 38-5 overall record, matching last season’s program record of wins.
Christie Fellows, a 2009 graduate of Flint Hill School and one of Vienna’s own, led her team at Flint Hill to a State Championship in 2008. In Christie’s Senior year, she was selected the 2008 Virginia State Player of the Year and First Team All-Met. While Terran Bargeron, a graduate of Flint Hill in 2011, was a member of Flint Hill’s State Championship Team that finished Terran’s Senior season with a perfect 33-0 record.
|Claire Doyle Scores First Goal at Bucknell|
As the Bucknell Women's Lacrosse team ended their season with a positive, a 21-9 win over Howard University. Claire Doyle '11, who made the team as a walk-on earlier this year, scored her first career goal late in the game! BucknellBison.com
|Fellows and Bargeron Still Winning at CNU|
Christie Fellows '09 and Terran Bargeron '11 are both apart of the Christopher Newport University Volleyball team, and over this past weekend their squad won an NCAA Regional Championship with a 3-0 win over #3 Emory- this marks their third Regional title in three years. The CNU Captains have advanced to the NCAA Championships in St. Louis next weekend, we wish good luck to the former Huskies and their teammates! CNU Wins Third Straight Regional Championship
|Fellows Earns Second Team All-Patriot League|
Jess Fellows '11, who has had an amazing Freshman season for the Navy Women's Lacrosse Team, was named to the Second Team All-Patriot League. Jess has started all 17 games for the Midshipmen - scoring 30 goals, recording 12 assists, 24 ground balls and 17 draw controls. A season truly worthy of the recognition!
|Football Class of 2009 Making Their Mark in College|
In their Senior season, Jovan Smith '09, Arlandis Harvey '09 and Jimmy Speros '09 led Flint Hill to the VISAA State Championship game. In 2011 the trio enter their third season at rival Virginia college, Smith and Speros play running-back and offensive line, respectively at the University of Richmond, while Harvey plays wide receiver for James Madison University. Speros recently started a game versus VMI, while Harvey has been receiving significant playing time for the Dukes. Unfortunately Jovan Smith is sitting out this season with an injury, but at the end of last season he was an integral part of the Spider offense, and will most certainly come back strong next year. "It's great to see those guys getting to play at the college level," said Coach Michael Wright, "they worked so hard at Flint Hill."
|Former Huskies Receive All-Conference Honors |
Three Flint Hill Alums were recently awarded with First Team All-Conference recognition for their succesful seasons. Nicolas Abrigo '08, the Senior from William & Mary was named First-Team All-CAA for Men's Soccer, while his high school teammate John Stertzer '09, from the University of Maryland was named First-Team All-ACC. Another member of the Flint Hill Class of 2009, Christie Fellows was named First-Team All-Big South for Volleyball after her great season at Christopher Newport University.
|Former Husky Featured in Top-5 Showdown|
John Stertzer '09 is set to lead his #3 ranked Maryland Terrapins in a match-up of two top-five teams, when the 9-0-1 Terps host #2 ranked Creighton on Friday, September 30 at 7:30 in College Park, MD. The game is sure to be a great showing by two very strong teams, and all of the Huskies are pulling for John!Showdown Set for Friday Night -TerpsTV
|Jared Knoll Impressive in Fall Ball|Jared Knoll '11 completely dominated as a pitcher for the Huskies last season, and in his first showing as a member of Marshall University’s Baseball team he picked up right where he left off. Every year the Marshall Herd has a best-of-seven set of scrimmage between themselves to gear up for the season, which will kick off in February. Jared Knoll, a true freshman, pitched six scoreless innings against his teammates, giving up only one hit and earning the win! We look forward to following Jared as he officially begins his college career!
|Jason Gannon is a Proven Leader for JMU|
Jason Gannon '08 enters his senior season on the James Madison Men's Soccer team looking to lead the Dukes as a standout defender. Gannon's leadership and experience as a four-year starter on the squad has landed him the honor of team captain. In a recent game vs. UNC-Asheville, the former Husky netted a goal on a header- a rare opportunity for the defender, which helped JMU win 4-1. JMU Sports
|Jess Fellows: Patriot League Rookie of the Week|
Jess Fellows '11 just began her first season playing Lacrosse at Navy, and in the first week of the season the Freshman midfielder has been honor for her outstanding performance against Longwood. Fellow recording six goals and one assist in a 20-4 victory, she was one goal shy of tying the Navy record of goals for a Freshman. Fellows' amazing performance earned her the Patriot League's Rookie of the Week Award. Jess has started in all three games for the Midshipmen and looks to continue to her hot streak as the season progresses! NavySports.com
|John Stertzer Continues to Impress|
John Stertzer ’09 has been making a name for himself in his breakout Junior season at the University of Maryland. After scoring four goals in his Freshman and Sophomore, Stertzer has tallied 13 goals in 17 games so far this season, leading the #1 ranked Terps. The Washington Examiner broke down the former Husky’s season even further in a piece by Craig Stouffer. After the Washington Examiner's article was written, Stertzer scored another goal in a 2-1 loss to Clemson, his header goal was highlighted on ESPN later that night! The Washington Examiner
|John Stertzer Nets Game-Winner for #1 Terps|
John Stertzer '08 found himself in a tough spot last night, his #1 ranked Maryland Terrapins were deadlocked in overtime against UMBC with the score 3-3, and Stertzer had just missed a penalty kick that would have ended the game. But the former Husky showcased "strength and courage to come back from" Maryland coach- Sasho Cirovski said. And John Stertzer came back from that set-back in a big way, scoring a beautiful header goal to end the sudden-death period and keep Maryland's record perfect at 6-0. Maryland is now ranked #1 in the nation and John is second on the squad in points with 11 (four goals and three assists).The Washington Post
|Julia Fortkort Leads Longhorns|
Julia Fortkort '09 helped the University of Texas win the Women's Rugby South region, earning the Longhorns a spot in the National Tournament. Julia was a huge factor and has been named RugbyMag.com's College Player of the Week!
“This weekend was more than just a championship to me,” Fortkort told RugbyMag.com, “it was the result of a year’s worth of hard work. Last year, we finished our season earlier than expected, and after that, there was a change of mindset within the team. We knew we had to make some changes; we were in the big leagues now, so we had to act like it.”
|Katy Colas, Duke Blue Devils Take On North Carolina|
Katy Colas '11 has played in 11 games this year for the #3-ranked Women’s Soccer team, the Duke Blue Devils. And this week she will be playing in a historic rivalry as her Blue Devils take on North Carolina on Thursday, October 13 at 7:00 p.m. Good luck Katy!
|KC Whittaker Shines in UAB's Debut|
KC Whittaker '10 last played as a Husky in 2010 when he helped Flint Hill capture a MAC Championship and a VISAA state-playoff berth. In his first game in college at the University of Alabama-Birmingham, KC came out blazing! The lefty hit four 3-pointers, finishing with 15 points in 33 minutes. The freshman guard, starting in his first college game, really impressed the home crowd as he hit UAB's first basket- a three-pointer as he was fouled, he then stepped to the free-throw line to convert the four point play on the Blazers' first possession of the game. Not a bad start to KC's college career!
|Matt Doyle Earns Win for Harvard|
Matt Doyle '09 enters his Junior Year at Harvard as an impressive reliever for the Crimson. The righty recently picked up a win over #19 Stenson, Doyle entered the game for three and two-thirds scoreless innings, he recorded three strikeouts and led Harvard to their first win of the season.
|Nic Abrigo Featured on CAA First Look|
Nic Abrigo '08 has had a great Senior season at William & Mary, and he was featured on the conference's website, see more about his amazing soccer career in this video- CAA First Look: Nicolas Abrigo
|Shane Savage Reaches "Big Red" Milestone|
Former Flint Hill wide-receiver Shane Savage '08 had a big game for Cornell over the past weekend, as he snagged two touchdowns in a big win over Wagner, that gives him three touchdowns on the season, which leads his team. But Savage reached a remarkable milestone during the win as he hauled in his 100 career reception, he is just the eighth player in Cornell history to record 100 career catches. Congratulations Shane! Cornell - Big Red
|Tori Janowski Shines in UVA Debut|
Tori Janowski ’11 ended her Flint Hill Volleyball career last season after being named the Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year, as well as the Washington Post All-Met player of the year. And she has started her college career at the University of Virginia without missing a beat. In her debut start for the Cavaliers, Tori recorded 8 kills, 12 digs and 3 aces to help UVA overcome USC-Upstate. In her second match Tori notched 8 kills and 8 digs in a 3-0 win against Western Carolina. A great start for the former Husky!
UVA vs. Western Carolina
UVA vs. USC-Upstate
|CNU Ranked #4, Includes Two Flint Hill Alumni|
The Christopher Newport Captains are ranked #4 in the nation in the Preseason Coaches Poll for Division 3 Volleyball. The season looks to be promising for CNU, which has two Flint Hill Alumni on its roster, Christie Fellows ’09 and Terran Bargeron ‘11. CNU is also ranked #1 in the USA South Athletic Conference- they look to repeat as Conference Champions after going undefeated in conference play in 2010. We wish the former Huskies the best of luck for the 2011 season!
|KC Whittaker Ignites UAB|
KC Whittaker '10 proved his offensive skills yet again for the University of Alabama-Birmingham. Whittaker went 5/7 from 3-point range, and finished the game with 17 points. He lead the Blazers in scoring as they defated SMU 47-28.UABsports.com
|Shane Savage Finding Success On and Off the Field |
On Saturday, October 8, Shane Savage ’08 had a huge game against Harvard with eight receptions for 152 yards and two touchdowns. The amazing performance by the former Husky makes him the scoring leader in the Ivy League and on top of that he was nominated for the Ivy Player of the Week. But his most recent big news came off the field, when Shane was offered a position at Google Headquarters in California upon graduation. Shane, currently a red-shirt Junior due to an injury his freshman year, will weigh his job opportunities while pursuing his aspirations to play beyond college after he graduates in 2013.CornellBigRed.com
|Stertzer Leads Comeback for #4-ranked Terps|
As a junior at Flint Hill John Stertzer '09 had an outstanding year, scoring 43 goals and tallying 19 assists. Although he is only two games into his junior season as a standout midfielder for the University of Maryland soccer team, Stertzer is on pace to duplicate that junior-year magic. The 2007 Washington Post All-Met player of the year has scored 3 goals in the first 2 games this year. First netting one goal in a 3-0 win over St. Johns in Maryland's season opener.
And on Monday night when his #4 Terps were down 1-0 to #17 West Virginia, Stertzer scored the equalizer on a penalty kick in the 54th minute, then just 7 minutes later, Stertzer buried the go-ahead goal on a beautiful finish. Maryland later added a goal to secure the lead, and hold out for a 3-1 victory.
The team looks for Stertzer to be a leader on the #4 ranked team in the nation, a Maryland squad that won the ACC tournament last year. UMD remains home with a nationally-televised match on Fox Soccer Channel with Stanford Friday at 7:30 p.m.Stetzer Paces #4 Terps Past WVU, 3-1
|Julia Fortkort '09 named Rugby All-American|
Julia Fortkort ‘09 never played women’s rugby for Flint Hill, but since her college career started at The University of Texas she has found tremendous success on the Longhorns Club team. And after a very strong sophomore season, Julia was named to RugbyMag.com’s 2010-11 Women’s Collegiate Rugby All-American team. Read more about her All-American selection.
|Marilyn Peizer Represents Flint Hill at Fairfield |
There is no doubt that Flint Hill’s 33-0 volleyball team from 2010 had a very talented roster, and one of the strongest players was Marilyn Peizer '11. She is beginning her freshmen year as an Outside Hitter at Fairfield University and is off to a tremendous start, over the team’s first 3 matches Peizer has 24 kills and 3 blocks for the Stags, ranking second on her team in both categories!Stags Freshmen Standout in Season Opener
|Robert Innocent ('07) Track & Field|
Robert is in his Senior year at Widener University and has been a valuable member of both the indoor and outdoor Track and Field Programs. He helped lead his team to the MAC Indoor Track & Field Championships in 2009 and 2010. A true competitor with great work ethic, he is hoping to help bring another title back to his school. At the recent Widener Invitational, Innocent finished 4th in the 100 meter dash and 2nd in the 4 X 100 meter relay. Read more about Robert in Widener's Spotlight on Sports
|Volleyball Class of 2011 Set for Freshmen Year|
The Flint Hill Volleyball team from 2010 finished with a spectacular 33-0 record, and now the seniors that lead Flint Hill to its third straight VISAA State Championship are set to begin their college athletic careers. Four members of them team are going to play Volleyball in college, Tori Janowski at UVA, Terran Bargeron at Christopher Newport, Taylor Nelson at Rutgers University and Marilyn Peizer at Fairfield University. While two other key contributors to the 2010 Volleyball program will play other sports at the D1 level, Audrey Dotson will play Basketball at Bucknell and Jess Fellows will play lacrosse at Navy. The Flint Hill community wishes the Class of 2011 the best of luck as they start out their freshmen year!
|Brian Armstrong, '08, Races At George Mason|
Brian Armstrong competed for Xavier's Track and Field Team at the George Mason Spring Invitational. Brian finished in second place in the 4 X 100 relay with a time of 42.73 just six tenths of a second out of first place. He also ran in the 100.
|Logan Frederick Earns Basketball Honors At Skidmore|
Logan Frederick (09') had a great basketball season for Skidmore. She had 159 rebounds for the season with 69 offensive and 90 defensive. She scored 166 points, averaging 7 points per game. Logan also had 9 blocks, 19 steals, and 23 assists for the year. She was voted the Most Improved Player by her team. Logan was also selected to the Liberty League All Academic TeamSkidmore Women's Basketball
|Matt Doyle '09 Plays In Collegiate Summer Baseball|
Matt Doyle, '09 a rising Junior pitcher at Harvard, is playing baseball this summer. He is on the Mystic Schooners which is part of the New England Collegiate Baseball League. He has pitched in 4 games so far this summer and has recorded 18 strikeouts. If you're up in New England, check them out, the games are free. Mystic Schooners
|Matt Doyle ('09) Pitches For Harvard|
Matt Doyle has the best outing of his career in a recent game against non-conference opponent Bryant University. Doyle retired fourteen straight batters, had seven strikeouts, no walks, and one single as he pitched five innings. Despite his valiant efforts, Harvard lost to Bryant. Harvard plays in the Beanpot Tournament this week.Crimson Sports
|John Stertzer ('09) Leads Terps To Win In Second Round Of NCAA Soccer|
John Stertzer (09') got his University of Maryland Men's Soccer team off to a great start in the NCAA second round tournament game. Stertzer scored eight minutes into the game off a great pass from teammate Jason Herrick.
|Nicolas Abrigo ('08) Leads William & Mary To CAA Championship|
Nicolas Abrigo ('08) led his William and Mary Mens' Soccer team to a CAA Championship title with a 4-0 win over Hofstra. Abrigo scored a hat trick in the finals and was named the Most Outstanding Player in the Tournament.
Nicolas is also the reason the Tribe were in the finals. With 24 seconds to go in a double overtime game with Delaware, he scored the winning goal. This is the first CAA Championship for the team since 2000. This also qualifies them for the NCAA Mens' Soccer Tournament.
Nicolas also earned National recognition, being selected to the "College Soccer News" and "Top Drawer Soccer" Teams of the Week.
|John Stertzer ('09) & University of Maryland Mens' Soccer Team Win ACC|
John Stertzer ('08) and his Terps' Soccer team beat UNC 1-0 to win the ACC Championship. Maryland scored on a penalty kick early on in the game and held on to win the title.
This is their second title in the past three years. They advance to the NCAA tournament.
|It Is Never Too Late|
Ben Sweet ('06) finally got up the courage during his Junior year to try out for the Boys' Lacrosse team. By his senior year with the help and support of his coaches and teammates, Sweet was an All-MAC player. As he headed off to Acadia University, he took with him what he learned here at FHS.
Although he was a little intimidated at first by the other players who had more experience than he had, Coach Rice had helped prepare him for this next step. At the end of his Freshman year he was nominated as Rookie of the Year and Defenseman of the year. He would go on to be nominated as Defenseman of the Year for each of his four years and earn First Team All Star Defenseman for four years. Ben was elected captain his Sophomore year, a position he would hold until he graduated. After his senior season he was nominated for the Senior of The Year. Ben attributes all of his success to his coaches while here at FHS, especially Coach Adam Rice. Coach Rice gave Sweet the confidence he needed, and showed that with hard work and dedication anything is possible.
|Julia Fortkort ('09) & Elaine Bigelow ('06)- Rugby Players|
Julia Fortkort and Elaine Bigelow were both selected from their college rugby teams to compete in the U23 National All Star Championships in Santa Barbara this past June. Julia played for the West team and Elaine played for the Mid-Atlantic squad.
Julia is currently a sophomore at the University of Texas at Austin and earned Rookie of the Year honors this past season. Elaine just graduated from Princeton and was captain of her Rugby team. These two athletes were teammates on the Girls' Varsity Basketball team while at Flint Hill.
|Shane Savage & Emani Fenton|
Emani Fenton and Shane Savage are playing well for the Big Red Football team. In 2009 Shane Savage had 42 passes for 371 yards and two touchdowns. He has accumulated 170 yards in just three games this season.
Emani Fenton, a cornerback for the Big Red, had 36 tackles, broke up 9 passes and returned a blocked kick for a touchdown last year.
|Colby Miller, '07 |
MAC Conference Track Athlete of the Year
Colby Miller ('07) was named the Mid-Atlantic Conference Track Athlete of The Year. He helped lead his Elizabethtown College men's track and field team to a third place finish at the MAC Championships. Colby won the 10,000 meter race on Thursday evening and then raced to a first place finish in the 5,000 meter race on Saturday in a time of 15:37.69 Congratulations!
|Brian Lainoff '07|
Brian is currently a redshirt Sophomore baseball player at Rhodes College. He sat out his Freshman year due to shoulder surgery. Brian's team has a 21-9 record and Brian has a 3-1 record so far on the season.
|Bernard ('06) and Robert ('07) Innocent|
Bernard and Robert helped Widener University to win their first Men's Indoor Mid Atlantic Conference Track and Field Championship since 2002. Bernard and Robert ran the 4 X 200 meter relay along with teammates Nicholas Dolhancryk and Sean McCarthy and won in a time of 1:33.18. Robert earned a second place finish in the 200-meter dash in 23.51 and he crossed the finish line in 6.70 seconds to win third in the 55-meter dash. Congratulations!
|Michelle Ketcham '08|
Michelle and her University of Rochester Women's Basketball Teammates had a great run in the NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Tournament. They lost a heartbreaker game to Hope in the semi-final game. They had to turnaround and face Amherst in the third place game and just did not have enough energy left. The team finished fourth Nationally. Congratulations to Michelle and UR!
|Brian Armstrong '08|
Brian Armstrong Breaks Xavier Track Record
Brian, a Sophomore at Xavier, ran a 7.18 60-meter dash at the Oiler Invitational, breaking a Xavier University school record. He also broke his own record in the indoor 200-meter dash when he ran a 23.22 in the finals. At the Golden Flash Invitational, hosted by Kent State University, the Xavier track and field team placed well in a very competitive field. Brian ran a personal-best and school record 200-meter dash, with a time of 23.03.
|Nicolas Abrigo '08|
Nicolas is a Sophomore Men's Soccer player at William & Mary. Nicolas was a standout member of the Tribe last year where he earned the Rookie of the Year honors. Nicolas played in every game this fall. The team clinched a CAA Tournament bid with an incredible double overtime victory over Northeastern.
|Robert Innocent '07|
Widener University Track and Field continued its indoor season at the Haverford Holiday Meet in Haverford, PA in December. Junior Robert Innocent (Fairfax, VA) won twice, grabbing the 55-meter dash in a meet-record 6.59 seconds and the 200-meter dash in 23.07 seconds. Each time enabled him to qualify for the ECAC Championships.
|Ashley Bazzarone ’09|
Ashley was part of the eighth-ranked Women's Soccer team at Brigham Young University (BYU), in 2009. After a successful regular season, the Cougars went on to play in the NCAA tournament making it to the second round.
|Doug Howard '09|
Defying the odds and weeks of grueling walk-on tryouts, Doug made the William and Mary basketball team at point guard. Doug has seen minutes in several games. The team is ranked 35th in the nation upsetting University of Maryland and several other major programs this season.
|K. C. Gordon '06|
K.C., a senior captain for the Navy Women's Basketball Team, led her team to the semifinal game in the Patriot League Women's Basketball Tournament. The Mids lost to American and finished their season with a winning record. K.C. a great shooter, passer, and rebounder, finished her career at Navy with some impressive stats. She atarted every game in her Junior and Senior year and was on of the teams top scorers and had one of the top free throw percentages on the team. Congratulations on a great senior season!
|Jennifer Lavet '08|
Jennifer Lavet played on the Tufts Women’s Tennis team last year playing #4 singles. The team finished #12 in the NCAA Division III rankings. Jennifer has transferred to Georgetown University and is now a member of the Georgetown Women’s Tennis team.
|Chelsea Overholt '09|
Chelsea was a big contributor to the Adelphi Volleyball team in the 2009 fall season. The team earned its third straight NCAA Division II bid.
|John Stertzer ’09 |
John made a great start as a freshman at the University of Maryland (UMD) in the fall of 2009. As a starter for the Men's Soccer team, he scored the winning goal with 50 seconds left in the game to help his team beat ACC rival Virginia Tech. UMD made it to the NCAA quarterfinals where they fell to the University of Virginia, the eventual National Champions.
|Howard Turk '08|
Howard is a Sophomore on the University of Virginia Mens' Soccer Team, which had an incredible season in the fall of 2009. The Cavaliers won the National Championship with a win in penalty kicks over Akron. Congratulations!
|Shane Savage '08|
As a red shirt freshman, Shane Savage was the second leading receiver for the Cornell Big Red finishing 9th in the conference in receptions. He is one of only two underclassmen to be ranked in the top ten in receptions. He is slotted as the top receiver for the Big Red and the Ivy League coming into the 2010 season with the other three receivers graduating in the spring.