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Student-Athletes Recognized at Fall Sports Awards

Student-athletes in fall sports were honored at award assemblies during the week of October 31. Congratulations to the award recipients listed below!

Upper School Awards

Varsity Cross Country    

  • Coaches Award: Aio Rosario ’26
  • Coaches Award: Grant Lindsay ’23 
  • Coaches Award: Mae Moody ’23
  • MVP: Sterling Sharpe ’23

Varsity Field Hockey 

  • Coaches Award: Abby Gwinnett ’24
  • Best Defensive Player: Lizy Penfield ’24
  • MVP: Camille Pool ’24

Varsity Girls Tennis

  • Most Improved: Ellie Johnson ’26
  • MVP: Kendall Parr ’23
  • Carlton Harris: Reagan Sumner ’23

Varsity Girls’ Golf

  • Most Improved: Heather Michael ’24
  • MVP: Mallory Pitts ’28

JV Boys Soccer    

  • Most Improved Player: Henry Johnson ’26
  • Most Improved Player: Nico Campero Ferro ’25
  • MVP: Luke Anderson ’26

Varsity Boys Soccer    

  • Coaches Award: Jack Samet ’23
  • Most Improved: AJ King ’23
  • MVP: Seth Green ’23

JV Volleyball 

  • Coaches Award: Ellie Felsen ’25
  • MVP: Emery Otterberg ’26

Varsity Volleyball

  • Coaches Award: Caitlin Smith ’25    
  • MVP: Jasmine Jackson ’23

Congratulations to the following fall student-athletes on making the NCISAA All-State Team:

Cross Country - Sterling Sharpe ’23 (State Champion), Mae Moody ’23, Lucy Eggleston ’26

Boys Soccer - Jack Anderson ’27, Seth Green ’23

Girls Tennis - Kendall Parr ’23

Middle School Awards

Middle School Cross Country

  • Coaches Award: Bergen Manny ’27
  • MVP: Alexandra Tuma ’29

JV Tennis 

  • Coaches Award: Margot Ramsey ’29

Middle School Green Soccer

  • Most Improved: Chase Oakley ’27
  • Best Offensive Player: Ward Permar ’27
  • MVP: Cullen Rembach ’27

Middle School Gold Soccer

  • Coaches Award: Sébastien Lievens ’29
  • Best Offensive Player: Nathan Bowden ’29

Middle School Gold Volleyball    

  • Coaches Award: Ellen Pauli-Clerk ’29
  • Most Improved: Avery Patterson ’28

Middle School Green Volleyball

  • Best Defensive Player: Caroline Sadjewski ’27
  • MVP: Delilah Greenberg ’27