For the second year in a row, Collegiate's girls' soccer team has finished the spring season as VISAA champions. On their journey to the championship game, they beat Seton School, 6-0, and Norfolk Collegiate, 5-0. The final game was played Saturday, May 18, against Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School at Glover Park in Glen Allen. The Cougars came away victorious with a 3-1 win. Way to go, Cougars!
Collegiate School Head Boys' Varsity Basketball Coach and Program Leader Del Harris is among seven high school coaches from across the nation seleccted to serve on the USA Basketball Men's U16 National Team coaching staff at training camp later this month.
For the two-plus decades that Andrew Stanley has been associated with the Collegiate boys lacrosse program, his focus has always been on transforming young athletes into responsible citizens while promoting the sport that has meant so much to him throughout his life.
Collegiate's Del Harris has been selected by USA Basketball to serve as a coach for the U16 national boys basketball training camp, which will be held May 22-30 at University High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Five Collegiate School student-athletes signed letters to commit to playing athletics in college next year. The students, along with their families, coaches, Collegiate faculty and friends, gathered to sign their letters donning the baseball caps of their respective future schools.
Meet the latest class of Unsung Seniors, an industrious and dedicated group of Collegiate athletes who made notable, if understated, contributions to the culture and success of their teams during the winter of 2018-2019.
One day when Marcella Leonard-Jackson was shopping at the Walmart in Mechanicsville, a woman noticed her gray sweatshirt with COLLEGIATE WRESTLING imprinted across the front and asked her a question which, she well understands, comes with the territory.
On Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, Collegiate School hosted a wrestling match and welcomed Model Secondary School for the Deaf, St. Christopher's School and the rest of the Collegiate wrestling program, including its youngest crowd, the MatCats.
Years ago, there was this commercial that seemed to air every time you turned on your television where a guy smacked his face with his after-shave doused hand, smiled (or frowned or screamed, depending on the version), then exclaimed, “Thanks, I needed that!”