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Student-Athletes Recognized at Spring Sports Awards

Upper School student-athletes were recognized during the Spring Sports Awards ceremony held on Wednesday, May 12, for participation and achievement in spring sports. These spring teams include varsity baseball, varsity boys and girls lacrosse, varsity boys golf, varsity girls soccer, varsity boys tennis, and varsity track and field. 

Varsity Baseball 
Best Defensive Player: Max McGinn ’24
Best Offensive Player: Cuyler Baxter ’24
Coach’s Award: Julius Reese, Jr. ’23
All-Conference: Cuyler Baxter ’24

Varsity Girls Lacrosse 
Best Offensive Player: Frannie Goodman ’22
Coaches Award: Ada Kirkland ’23
Most Improved Player: Emma Davis ’22

Varsity Boys Lacrosse
Coach’s Award: Ben Stewart ’22
Coach’s Award: Ege Katitas ’21
FACEOFF Award:  Ben Griffin ’21

Varsity Boys Golf (Co-Conference Champions)
Coach’s Award: Carson Goodrich ’24 
MVP: Ben Jordan ’22
All-Conference: Ben Jordan ’22 (Player of the Year), Will Jordan ’24

Varsity Girls Soccer 
MVP: Tenley Parr ’21
MVP: Charlotte Munsey ’21
Best Defensive Player Award: Brenna Holden ’22
Coach’s Award: Camille Pool ’24
Coach’s Award: Reagan Sumner ’23
All-Conference: Charlotte Munsey ’21, Tenley Parr ’21, Brenna Holden ’22
Region #2 All-Region Team: Charlotte Munsey ’21 and Tenley Parr ’21
PTAC Coach of the Year: Kim Burroughs

Varsity Boys Tennis 
MVP: Noah Hahn ’21
Coach’s Award: Colter Cox ’22
Carlton Harris Award: Rishal Sood ’23
All-Conference: Carter McWhorter ’22 (Player of the Year), Warren McWhorter ’22, Noah Hahn ’21, Colter Cox ’22, Rishal Sood ’23, Nick Moule ’25

Varsity Track & Field
MVP: Oliver Kreimer ’22, Dana Wilson ’25
Most Improved: Jacob Bensimohn ’23, Paige McKee ’23
Coach’s Award: Aaron Feng ’22, Tori Frahm ’21
All-Conference: Dana Wilson ’25

End of Year Awards
Davis Richmond Award: Kate Jones ‘22
Molly Brenner Award: Kathleen Whitener ‘22
Jon Woods Award: Emma Hofbauer ‘21
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