Collegiate School senior Tierra Morris is one of 16 girls nationwide vying for a chance to earn a trip to the NCAA Final Four and compete in the National High School Slam Dunk and 3-Point Championships Fan Vote Competition.
The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) released yesterday the names of student-athletes from 344 high schools to the 2017 Keith Waldman - Optimal Performance Associates / NFHCA High School National Academic Squad. The High School National Academic Squad program recognizes high school seniors and juniors who have achieved a minimum cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.50 through the first quarter of the 2017-18 school year. Students who achieved a minimum cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.9 or higher are recognized as Scholars of Distinction.
Collegiate is proud to announce 15 field hockey players recognized for their hard work in the classroom. They are Ellie Angle*, Riley Bowling, Carson Coulbourn*, Annie Edwards, Kate Ferrell, Katie Fleming, Eliza Goggins*, Grace Hanson, Rachel Lifson, Wescott Lowe*, Paige Murphy, Carter Norfleet, Anika Prakash*, A.C. Quindoza, and Emily Smith*.
Way to go, Cougars!
*Student-athletes who have earned Scholar of Distinction honors.
Seniors Tierra Morris and Jack Wyatt recently etched their names in Collegiate School history by scoring their 1,000th career basketball point.
Tierra has been a member of the varsity girls' team since the 2014-15 season and joins history with Dominique Meeks '09, Annie Hawthorne '14 and Anna Wilson (who completed her senior year in Washington state).
Jack has been a member of the varsity boys' team since the 2015-16 season and has added his name alongside Rick Wiltshire '64, Sanford Boisseau '68, Gus Collier '70 and Jake McGee '10.
Tierra and Jack will both continue their basketball careers as freshman at Gettysburg College and Hampden-Sydney College, respectively. We look forward to seeing what your future in basketball holds for you!
Eight Collegiate School student-athletes signed their National Letters of Intent (NLI) and Commitment Documents 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 in baseball caps of their respective future schools.
Caroline Baber will swim at Washington and Lee, Maisy Fling will play soccer at William and Mary, Caroline Hall will play lacrosse at Washington and Lee, Tierra Morris will play basketball at Gettysburg College, Claire Powell will play softball at Denison, Andrew Scott will dive at Virginia Tech, Somers Wilton will play football at Washington and Lee, and Jack Wyatt will play basketball at Hampden-Sydney College.
In the swim and dive world of the Virginia Prep League and the League of Independent Schools, this weekend was a big deal. Swimmers from numerous schools descended upon the pool at St. Catherine's School to claim their stake in the championship meet.
Last Friday night, Collegiate's boys' varsity basketball coach Del Harris wanted to honor a special basketball team as part of the School's athletic history. Members of the 1994-95 boys' varsity basketball team attended the game and were honored for their historic and fantastic season more than 20 years ago. The team, Prep League Champions that year, brought hard work, honor and distinction to the School.
Congratulations to the 2017 girls' lacrosse team that was just named the Sportsmanship Award winner in the private schools sector. This is awarded by United States Lacrosse - Richmond Chapter. The award is voted on by the officials for great sportsmanship by players, coaches and fans. Thank you to our program leader Annie Richards and her coaching staff, our players and all of the fans for helping to achieve this award.
Twenty-two members of Collegiate School’s junior varsity swim team competed at the 2018 Middle School Championships over the weekend. The meet, which featured 33 teams, was held at Holton-Arms School in Bethesda, Maryland.
Please use the following links provided for viewing varsity meets, matches, and games at Collegiate.
Livestreaming for tonight's swim meet against Maggie Walker Governer's School and Norfolk Academy. The meet begins at 6 p.m. at the Collegiate School Aquatic Center. Click here to view the livestream!
Livestreaming for wrestling's tri-match against Hargrave Military Academy and Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School. The match is on Tuesday, Jan. 30 at 4:30 p.m. in Jacobs Gym. Click here to view the livestream!
Live streaming for girls' basketball against Trinity Episcopal School on Friday Feb. 9 at 5:30 p.m. in Seal Athletic Center. Click here to view the livestream!
Livestreaming for boys' basketball against Trinity Episcopal School on Friday Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. in Seal Athletic Center. Click here to view the livestream!
Paige Murphy '19 wrapped up a successful field hockey season having been named by Richmond Times-Dispatch to the 2017 first team All-Metro field hockey team. She also was named All-LIS as well as VISAA All-State during a fantastic season. Congratulations, Paige! Click here to read the full article by Richmond Times-Dispatch reporters.
Ayinde Budd '19, has just completed another successful football season at Collegiate School. He has received various awards during his time on the football team at Collegiate, including two All-Prep awards, an All-Metro honorable mention and second team All-State and first team All-State awards. Ayinde has received second team All-Metro on the offensive team for the most recent football season. He has also received an All-Prep award in track. Way to go, Ayinde! Click here to view the article on the Richmond Times-Dispatch site.