2018

  • June

    Epner Named Community Awareness Award Recipient

    Congratulations to Eden Epner '14 for being named the IWLCA D1 Community Awareness Award recipient for Johns Hopkins University. Epner, a four-year varsity lacrosse player for the Blue Jays, also made the Academic All-Big Ten Team for the second year in a row. Epner just graduated with a degree in Psychological and Brain Sciences from JHU and is taking a gap year before going to medical school in 2019. This summer Eden will be conducting sports medicine research with the Houston Texans and Astros and then will be a ski instructor during the skiing season. 
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  • May

    Francis and Simmons NEWMAC Academic All-Conference

    Congratulations to Shannon Francis '15 and Jack Simmons '14 for earning NEWMAC Academic All-Conference accolades for the MIT Women's Lacrosse team. Francis and Simmons, along with teammate Leah Vogel '16, are in the conference tournament this weekend. 
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  • Natasha Gonzalez Ignites Harvard Tennis

    Natasha Gonzalez '16 won the Most Improved Award for Harvard Women's Tennis team. Harvard finished the Ivy League season at 6-1. Natasha won the clinching point in three of the seven dual matches, each time in three hard-fought sets, and won singles and/or doubles matches against all Ivy opponents. For these efforts, she was twice voted the Harvard COOP Athlete of the Week. Overall for the entire year, she finished second on the team in total singles wins with a 20-8 singles record.  She also posted a team-leading 19-9 doubles record.
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  • Lonnecker Leads Tigers

    Congratulations to Jeff Lonnecker '15 for being named the SCAC Baseball Co-Pitcher of the Week. Lonnecker leads Trinity with a 1.45 ERA.  He is 4-0 on the season. The Tigers open up the SCAC tournament on May 4 against Texas Lutheran.
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  • April

    Daniel Halevy '14

    Guillory and Halevy Factor in Big Win

    Grant Guillory '15 tossed three strikeouts in two innings, while Daniel Halevy '14 had two hits, two runs, and two RBI's for the Penn Quakers Baseball team in a 17-7 win over the La Salle Explorers. The Quakers are on a two-game winning streak and host Cornell this weekend in Ivy League play.
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  • Ritter Named to D1 National Academic Team

    Congratulations to Sarah Grace Ritter '17 for being named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association D1 National Academic Squad for the Kent State Field Hockey team.
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  • March

    Akiyama All American Wrestler

    Yo Akiyama '16, the all-time leading match winner for the Mavericks Wrestling program (129), finished his second season with the Williams Wrestling team in winning fashion.  Yo earned Honorable Mention All NEWA honors and All NEWA Academic honors.  He was also a 2017-2018 National Wrestling Coaches Scholar All-American.
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  • Natasha Gonzalez '16

    Gonzalez Named Student-Athlete of the Week

    Congratulations to Natasha Gonzalez '16 of the Harvard Women's Tennis team for being named the COOP Student-Athlete of the Week for Harvard Athletics. Natasha is the overall pick for the honor in week 26 (March 13-18, 2018.)
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  • Reese Vogel '17

    Vogel Awarded Top Freshman Accolade

    Congratulations to Reese Vogel '17 for being presented with the Gail Lipstein Award as the outstanding freshman player for the University of Pennsylvania Field Hockey team.  Vogel started in all 17 games for the Quakers. 
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  • Trautner NCAA All American

    Congratulations to MIT's Margaret Trautner '16 for finishing in the top eight at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Birmingham, Alabama. Trautner finished 8th in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:17:47 garnering All-American honors. MIT finished in 11th place.
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  • February

    Jared Aiman '17 Rice University Men's Tennis

    Aiman Spirited as Ever

    Jared Aiman '17 is playing #6 singles and line 3 doubles for the Rice University Men's Tennis team. The Owls recently defeated LSU 4-3 in non-conference competition. Aiman took time to visit the St. John's tennis team at the Mavericks' first practice of the season at the Rice University George R. Brown Tennis Center.  Aiman played # 1 singles for the Mavericks last season. He noted that being supportive of his teammates on the court can be a match-changing effect.  His spirited play as a Maverick continues on as an Owl. 
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