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Varsity Baseball Wins 2019 I.A.C. Title

The 2019 varsity baseball team and Coach Chris Rodriguez won the Interstate Athletic Conference (I.A.C.) tournament championship on May 11 with two wins against St. Albans. Prep won the I.A.C. regular season title going a perfect 10-0 in league play.

The Hoyas earned the tournament's number one seed and defeated Bullis, 14-0, in the conference semifinals on May 8 to advance to the I.A.C. championship best of three series against St. Albans.

St. Albans hosted a championship series doubleheader on May 11 due to wet conditions on Prep's field. The Hoyas' offense paced the team in the opening game.Travis Rinker '19 hit a home run and Charlie Furlong '19 reached base in all of his at bats. Prep pitcher Ryan Gleason '19 picked up the win and Brennan Lyons '19 pitched in relief of Gleason before Prep scored seven runs in the 6thinning. Prep would go on to win game one, 18-8.

In game two, a first inning RBI single by Rinker proved to be the one run of the game. Jack Flannery '19 pitched a three-hit complete game shutout. With the win,Flannery improved to 11-1 on the mound for the year. Prep would beat St. Albans, 1-0, to win the I.A.C. tournament championship.

Follow the link to read The Washington Post's recap of the championship series.

Prep finished the 2019 season with a 31-5 overall record.

Varsity Lacrosse

The varsity lacrosse team was upset in the conference semifinals on May 7 by the number four seed, St. Stephen's & St. Agnes.

St. Stephen' & St. Agnes led 4-2 at the end of the first quarter and extended their lead to 8-5 at the half. Prep tied the game at 8 early in the third period. The Saints regain the lead and when into the fourth quarter with an 11-9 lead. In the fourth, Prep scored early to trim the Saint's lead to one, but that would be as close as Prep got. The Saints scored an empty-net goal late to make it a 14-11 win. Bullis would go on to beat St. Stephen's & St. Agnes in the tournament championship game to share the I.A.C. title with Prep.

Prep finished the season with a 14-4 record.

Varsity Golf

Prep will next compete in the Washington Metropolitan (Metros) tournament tomorrow, Tuesday, May 14 at PB Dye Golf Club.

Rugby A

Prep advanced to the MAVRC tournament championship to take on the area's top team, Gonzaga.

In the championship game, the Hoyas played the Eagles tough, but went down, 5-0, early. Prep battled Gonzaga late into the second half, but Gonzaga, the number one ranked team in the country, pulled away, 19-0.

Prep finished the season with a 6-3 overall record.

Varsity Tennis

Prep's varsity tennis team fell to St. Stephen' & St. Agnes in the I.A.C. semifinals.

Prep will host Mercersburg Academy tomorrow, Tuesday, May 14 at 4:15 p.m. in their last match of the year.

Prep is 6-5 on the year.

Track and Field

The Hoyas placed fourth in the I.A.C. championships held at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes.

Michael Butler '19 won the 2019 I.A.C. shot-put title.

Odera Nweke '19 placed second in the long jump competition. John Mikita '20 came in second place in the 300 H and third in the 110 HH while Joe Raza '22 finished second in the 3,200-meter race.

Ben Bell '20 placed third 200-meter. The 4 x 100-meter and 4 x 400- meter relay teams both placed third.

Follow the link for the I.A.C. championships full results.


Full Spring Sports Schedule

Varsity Baseball

Varsity Golf

Varsity Lacrosse

Rugby A

Varsity Tennis

Track and Field

Go Prep!

Dan Paro'79
Athletic Director

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20 Prep Student-Athletes Sign Collegiate Letters of Intent

Congratulations to Georgetown Prep's baseball, basketball, football, golf, lacrosse, rugby, and swimming and diving seniors who signed their collegiate letters of intent on May 1.

Twenty Prep seniors and their families took part in a signing day ceremony in the Haas Humanities Building's Figge Foyer. Rev. James R. Van Dyke, S.J., Prep's president, congratulated the seniors on their accomplishments. He added, "Make sure you take the lessons you learned here at Prep with you to college and to your life beyond: the lessons of dedication, commitment, collaboration, hard work, and personal excellence. They will make all the difference in college, but they become even more important in your life after that; whether you're working with your patients, your congregation, your clients, your employees, or your boss - whoever it may be. But it will be even more important when other people will depend on you, the family you hope to have one day."

Basketball

  • Kamdyn Curfman - Virginia Military Institute
  • DeJean Desire - Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Jonathan Kazor - Washington College
  • Belauolisah Oranye - Amherst College
  • Miles Somerville - New York University

Baseball

  • Charles Furlong - Colby College
  • Brennon Lyons - Hood College
  • Travis Renker - St. Mary's College
  • Jeremy Zabarski - Drew University

Football

  • Michael Butler - Tufts University
  • Finn Muldoon – Middlebury College (both football and lacrosse)

Golf

  • Gary Bullard – The United States Military Academy (West Point)

Lacrosse

  • Chris Burns – Colgate University
  • Justin Clark – Villanova University
  • Grant Maynard – Denison College
  • Finn Muldoon – Middlebury College (both football and lacrosse)
  • Gabe Zimmerman – Dickinson College

Rugby

  • Matt Crow – University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
  • Ultan Horrigan - St. Bonaventure University
  • Matthew Zaudtke - Furman University

Swimming and Diving

  • Jacob Morales - Tufts University

Varsity Lacrosse Wins 2019 I.A.C. Regular Season Title

Coach Scott Urick and the 2019 Georgetown Prep varsity lacrosse team won the Interstate Athletic Conference (I.A.C.) regular season championship on April 30 with an 11-10 win at Bullis.

Prep and Bullis both entered the game undefeated in I.A.C. league play. The Hoyas led 2-0 early in the first quarter and led for most of the first half before Bullis tied the game at four right before halftime. In the third quarter, Prep scored first to take a 5-4 lead. Bullis scored six unanswered goals to take a 10-5 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

In the fourth quarter, Prep mounted a remarkable comeback and scored five straight goals to tie the game at 10 with less than two minutes remaining in the game. On Prep's next offensive possession, Finn Muldoon '19 found Zach Whittier '21 for the go-ahead goal on an extra man opportunity with 1:41 remaining in the game. The Hoyas held on for the 11-10 victory. Whittier led the Hoyas with three goals. Follow the link to read The Washington Post's recap of the game.

In only his third season, Coach Urick has led Prep to its first I.A.C. title since 2014. The Hoyas have earned the number one seed in the I.A.C. Tournament and a first-round bye. Prep will host St. Stephen's & St. Agnes on Tuesday, May 7 at 5:00 p.m. in the I.A.C. semifinals.

Prep is 14-3 for the year and 5-0 in I.A.C. conference play.

Varsity Baseball Wins 2019 I.A.C. Regular Season Title

The Georgetown Prep varsity baseball team and Coach Chris Rodriguez won the 2019 Interstate Athletic Conference (I.A.C.) regular season title on May 4 with a 14-3 win over Landon.

The Hoyas went undefeated in conference play sweeping their regular season series against Bullis, Episcopal High School, Landon, St. Albans, and St. Stephen's & St. Agnes. Prep outscored their I.A.C. opponents 99-16 in ten league games. The Hoyas' defense posted three shutouts, including Ryan Gleason '19's no-hitter against St. Albans, and allowed more than three runs only once in conference play.

The Hoyas enter the I.A.C. tournament as the conference's one seed. Prep will host the I.A.C. semifinals on Wednesday, May 8, at 4:30 p.m. The Hoyas will play the winner of the Bullis – Landon game.

Prep's overall record is now 28-5 and 10-0 in the I.A.C.

Varsity Golf

Prep's varsity golf team defeated Episcopal on April 30, 185-217.

Keegan Shreeves '19, the I.A.C. individual champion, shot a one-under 35.

Prep will next compete in the Washington Metropolitan (Metros) tournament on Tuesday, May 14 at PB Dye Golf Club.

Rugby A

Prep's varsity rugby team traveled to Olney, Maryland on May 3 to take on host Good Counsel High School in the semifinals of the MAVRC tournament.

The Hoyas took a commanding 28-0 lead late in the first half and went into halftime with a 28-5 lead. Good Counsel cut Prep's lead to twelve early in the second half, but Matthew Zaudtke '19 converted to extend the Hoyas' lead to 31-12. Prep would hold on for the 34-24.

Prep advances to the MAVRC tournament championship. The Hoyas will travel to Northwest, Washington, D.C., this Friday, May 10, to take on the number one seed, Gonzaga, at 6:00 p.m.

Prep is 6-2 on the year.

Varsity Tennis

Prep's varsity tennis team defeated Landon, 5-4, on April 30.

Prep will host the I.A.C. semifinals tomorrow, May 7 at 4:30 p.m. The I.A.C. championship will be played on Thursday, May 9.

Prep is 6-4 on the year and 3-1 in I.A.C. play.

Track and Field

The Hoyas competed in a meet at Holton-Arms on April 30.

Prep placed second in the meet. Odera Nweke '19 won the long jump competition and classmate Michael Butler '19 won the shot-put competition.

Prep will compete in the I.A.C. championships on May 9 and May 11 at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes in Alexandria, Virginia.

Full Spring Sports Schedule

Varsity Baseball

Varsity Golf

Varsity Lacrosse

Rugby A

Varsity Tennis

Track and Field

Go Prep!

Dan Paro'79
Athletic Director

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Varsity Golf Wins 2019 I.A.C. Tournament Championship

The 2019 varsity golf team and Coach Bob Barry won the Interstate Athletic Conference (I.A.C.) Tournament Championship on April 23 at Worthington Manor Golf Club in Urbana, Maryland.

The team finished with the championship round with a cumulative score of 380, 24 strokes better than second-place Bullis (404).

Keegan Shreeves '19 made a birdie on the eighteenth hole to finish his round tied for the lead with a 74. Shreeves birdied the playoff hole to win the individual I.A.C. title. Read The Washington Post's recap of the Tournament Championship.

Shreeves and four of his Prep teammates finished in the top-ten to earn All I.A.C. honors. Zach Maloy '21 finished third overall with a score of 75. Classmate Joe Hemsley '21 finished tied for fourth with a score of 76 while Gus Haglund '19and Gary Bullard '19 finished the championship round with scores of 77 and 78, respectively.

Prep took on St. Anselms on April 25 at the University of Maryland. Prep defeated St. Anselms by 60 stokes, 183-243.

The Hoyas will take on Landon this afternoon at Norbeck Country Club. Prep will take on Episcopal High School on Tuesday, April 30 also at Norbeck.

Varsity Lacrosse

Prep's varsity lacrosse team went 2-0 last week in its second last week in the regular season.

On Tuesday, Prep traveled to Northwest, Washington, D.C., to take on the #9 ranked St. John's College High School. St. John's scored the game's first goal of the game before Prep's Connor Humiston '19 found Zach Whitter '21 to tie the game at 1. St. John's would score two unanswered goals to lead Prep 3-1 after one quarter of play. Defenseman Andrew Johnston '19 scored on a fast break to start the second quarter. Classmate Rory Bracken '19 tied the game at 3 moments later. Humiston and Hugh Mullane '21 scored back to back goals to give Prep a two-goal lead. After a Cadet turnover, Seve Cordero '21 capitalized for the Hoyas to make the score 6-3 at the half. St. John's scored the first goal of the second half to make it 6-4. Michael Ridgway '21 and Humiston would score back-to-back goals to close the third quarter. Whittier and Kevin Christmas '20 put Prep ahead 10-4 midway through the fourth quarter. St. John's would score two late goals, but the Hoyas would go on to win 10-6.

On Friday, Prep hosted St. Stephen's & St. Agnes. Before the game, Prep honored its 17 seniors:

  • Kobe Borda
  • Rory Bracken
  • Chris Burns
  • Andrew Calis
  • Justin Clark
  • Ellis Colvin
  • James Flannery
  • Brian Falatko
  • Jake Giulieri
  • Connor Humiston
  • Matt Jenkins
  • Andrew Johnston
  • Clay Lanham
  • Conor Luck
  • Grant Maynard
  • Finn Muldoon
  • Gabe Zimmerman

Humiston and Mullane scored back-to-back goals to give Prep an early 2-0 early. The Saints would score at the end of the first quarter to make it a 2-1 lead. Finn Muldoon '19 and Bracken scored on consecutive possessions to make it a 4-1 game. Mullane and Humiston would add two more goals to close the first half and give Prep a 6-1 lead. Bracken and James Flannery '19 increased Prep's lead to seven goals early in the third quarter. St. Stephen's would get as close as four goals at the beginning of the fourth quarter before Christmas and Humiston put the game out of reach late in the fourth. Prep would go on to win, 14-8.

Prep travels to Potomac, Maryland tomorrow, Tuesday, April 30, to take on Bullis at 6:00 p.m. Both teams are 4-0 in I.A.C. play. The winner will win the I.A.C. regular season title and will be the #1 seed in next week's I.A.C. tournament.

Prep is ranked #3 in the area by The Washington Post.

The Hoyas are 13-3 on the year and 4-0 in I.A.C. play.

Varsity Baseball

Georgetown Prep's varsity baseball team swept Episcopal High School last week, defeating them 7-1 on Tuesday in Alexandria, Virginia and 11-4 at home on Thursday, running their record in the I.A.C. to 8-0 for sole possession of first place (with two games left to play next week against Landon).

On Tuesday, Ryan Gleason '19 pitched 6 strong innings, scattering 3 hits and striking out 9. Brennan Lyons '19 came on in relief and earned the win after a late rally was started by Max Kaye '19 and punctuated by a big 2 RBI single by T.J. Williams '20. On Thursday, Jack Flannery '19 earned the win going five innings on the mound. The offense was paced by a litany of extra base hits by Lucas Donlon '19, Travis Rinker '19, Brian Depman '21 and Williams.

On Saturday, Prep travelled to Baltimore and defeated Mount St. Joseph's 6-0 and 16-10 in a doubleheader. Michael Lynott '19 dominated game one on the mound and Cian Sahler '21 slammed the door in the 7th inning. Game two was a slugfest highlighted by a Flannery grand slam to put the game out of reach. Jacob Kaufmann '19 earned the win, allowing one unearned run in his stint, and Will Pappert '19 pitched two clean innings to finish off the Gaels.

Prep improves to 26-5 on the year and hosts Landon for Senior Day on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. Prep will travel to Landon on Thursday for a 4:30 p.m. game.

Rugby A

Prep hosted Gonzaga on Friday afternoon.

The Hoyas and Eagles played close early in the match with Gonzaga holding a slight 7-3 lead. Gonzaga extended their lead to 14-3. Midway through the game, Gonzaga extended their lead to 19-3. Prep played tough in the second half, but Gonzaga held on for the 26-13 win.

Prep will take on Good Counsel in the semifinals of the MAVRC tournament. The game will be played on Friday, May 3. The game time and location will be announced later this week.

Prep is 5-2 on the year.

Varsity Tennis

Prep's varsity tennis team defeated Maret School on April 23, 6-1.

On Friday, Prep traveled to Northwest, Washington, D.C., to take on St. Albans. In a close match, Prep came up just short, losing 4-3.

Prep will travel to Landon tomorrow for a 4:15 p.m. match. The I.A.C. tournament will begin on Thursday, May 2. The tournament seedings will be announced later this week.

Prep is 5-4 on the year and 3-1 in I.A.C. play.

Track and Field

Prep will compete in the I.A.C. championships on May 9.

Full Spring Sports Schedule

Varsity Baseball

Varsity Golf

Varsity Lacrosse

Rugby A

Varsity Tennis

Track and Field

Go Prep!

Dan Paro'79
Athletic Director

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Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2019 Honored

The Georgetown Prep Hall of Fame Class of 2019 was honored at the Induction Ceremony on Friday, April 12. Over 370 family, friends, alumni, and past inductees convened in the Hanley Center for Athletic Excellence's arena to celebrate their achievements.

Twelve individuals and two teams were inducted:

  • Mac Brown '71
  • John Little '73
  • Walter Tereshinski '73
  • Michael Fegan '83
  • Eric Mitchell '84
  • Timothy Kirlin '86
  • C.J. Kemp '99
  • Marcus Mason '03
  • Roy Hibbert Jr. '04
  • Joseph Kemp '04
  • Steven Duplinsky '06
  • John Kemp '09
  • 1977 Varsity Basketball Team
  • 2005 Varsity Wrestling Team

Follow the link to read more about the Hall of Fame Class of 2019.

Robert Clark '87, P'19 was the evening's master of ceremonies, and each inductee spoke movingly about their Georgetown Prep and athletic experiences.

Congratulations to the Hall of Fame Class of 2019!

Varsity Lacrosse

Prep's varsity lacrosse team went 2-0 last week.

On Thursday, Prep traveled to Bethesda to take on rival Landon. The Bears scored on their first possession of the game to take a 1-0 lead. Connor Humiston '19 would tie the game on Prep's next possession. Midfielder Seve Cordero '21 put the Hoyas ahead on an EMO goal moments later. James Flannery '19 scored on the ensuing possession to give Prep a two-goal lead to end the first quarter. Goaltender Chris Burns '19 made a great save to open the third quarter which led to a fast break to Prep's Finn Muldoon '19 who put the Hoyas up 4-1. Landon would score late in the second quarter to make it a 4-2 game at the half.

Landon would score back-to-back goals in the third quarter to tie the game at 4 before Humiston's EMO goal put Prep back up on top, 5-4. Landon would tie the game at 5 late in the third quarter. The game remained knotted at 5 late in the fourth quarter. Burns made a highlight reel save late in the game to ensure overtime. In overtime, Landon won the faceoff, but Clay Lanham '19 caused a turnover and Max Cooney '20 picked up the groundball and found Kevin Christmas '20 on the wing. Christmas' shot a bouncer past the Landon goaltender for the 6-5 Prep victory.

On Saturday, Prep hosted St. Ignatius. Prep took an early 6-0 lead and extended the lead to 9-0 at the half. Prep would go on to win, 14-4.

Prep will travel to Northwest, Washington, D.C., tomorrow, Tuesday, April 23 to take on St. John's College High School at 4:30 p.m. The Hoyas host St. Stephen's & St. Agnes on Friday, April 26 at 4:30 p.m.

Prep is ranked #3 in the area by The Washington Post.

The Hoyas are 11-3 on the year and 3-0 in I.A.C. play.

Varsity Baseball

Georgetown Prep varsity baseball team went 4-0 last week and extended their I.A.C. conference undefeated streak.

On Tuesday, Prep traveled to Alexandria, Virginia to take on St. Stephen's & St. Agnes. Prep's pitching and defense continued its impressive play. Prep went on to win, 9-0. The Hoyas hosted the Saints on Thursday afternoon. Prep would beat St. Stephen's & St. Agnes, 8-3, to improve their I.A.C. record to 6-0.

On Saturday, Prep hosted Wilson High School for a doubleheader. In the first game, Prep continued strong offensive play and would score 12 runs to Wilson's 2. In the second game, Prep would hold on for the 11-6 win. The Hoyas outscored their opponents 40 to 11 in four games last week.

Prep will travel to Alexandria, Virginia tomorrow, Tuesday, April 23 to take on Episcopal High School for a 4:30 p.m. game. Prep will host Episcopal on Thursday, April 25 at 4:30 p.m. The Hoyas will travel to Baltimore, Maryland this Saturday, April 27 for a doubleheader against Mount St. Joseph's High School. The first game is scheduled to start at noon and the second game will begin at 2:00 p.m.

Prep is 22-5 on the year and 6-0 in the I.A.C.

Rugby A

Prep's next match will be on Friday, April 26 at home against Gonzaga at 6:00 p.m.

Prep is 5-1 on the year.

Varsity Golf

Prep's varsity golf team took on St. Stephen's & St. Agnes last Monday for an I.A.C. match. The Hoyas played extremely well and beat the Saints by 104 total strokes, 194-298.

Prep will compete in the I.A.C. Tournament at Worthington Manor tomorrow, Tuesday, April 23 beginning at noon.

Prep will take on St. Anselms at the University of Maryland on Thursday, April 25.

The Hoyas are 7-1 in match play for the year.

Varsity Tennis

Prep's varsity tennis team lost a close match against Gonzaga last Monday, 5-4.

The Hoyas hosted Bullis last Thursday and won an important I.A.C. match, 4-3, to improve to 3-0 in league play.

Prep will host Maret tomorrow, Tuesday, April 23 at 4:00 p.m. The Hoyas will travel to Northwest, Washington, D.C., on Thursday, April 25 for a 4:15 p.m. match against St. Albans.

Prep is 5-3 on the year and 3-0 in I.A.C. play.

Track and Field

Prep competed in the St. Albans Meet last Tuesday.

Prep won the six-team meet:

  • 1.Georgetown Prep: 180 points
  • 2.Georgetown Day: 111.5 points
  • 3.Potomac School: 97.5 points
  • 4.St. Albans: 91 points
  • 5.Field School: 50 points
  • 6.St. Anselms: 30 points

Michael Butler '19 won the shot-put competition and Nick Aiello '21 won the long jump with a season-best jump of 20'.

Ben Bell '20 won the 100-meter race while Joe Raza '22 won the 3,200-meter. Prep's 4 x 100-meter relay team also took home first place.

Prep will compete in the Penn Relays on Friday, April 26.

Full Spring Sports Schedule

Varsity Baseball

Varsity Golf

Varsity Lacrosse

Rugby A

Varsity Tennis

Track and Field

Go Prep!

Dan Paro'79
Athletic Director

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Varsity Lacrosse

Prep's varsity lacrosse team traveled to Mary Washington University in Fredericksburg, Virginia on April 8. Unfortunately, the game was canceled due to inclement weather.

On Friday, Prep hosted Episcopal High School for their second I.A.C. contest of the year. Rory Bracken '19 scored early in the first quarter off of an assist from classmate James Flannery '19. After an Episcopal goal, Damon Hsu '20 put Prep up 2-1 midway through the first quarter. Finn Muldoon '19 scored three straight goals for a first quarter hat trick. After two consecutive Episcopal goals, defenseman Clay Lanham '19 scored on a fast break to put the Hoyas up 6-3 at the end of the first quarter. Prep and Episcopal played evenly in the second quarter with both teams scoring twice. Michael Ridgway '21 and Flannery provided the Hoyas offense in the second quarter and Prep held an 8-5 halftime advantage.

In the third quarter, Prep's defense shut out Episcopal and the Hoyas increased their lead to 11-5 after goals by Flannery, Muldoon, and defenseman Jake Giulieri '19. Prep would add four fourth quarter goals en route to a 15-7 win.

Prep will travel to Bethesda this Thursday, April 18 for a matchup against rival Landon at 4:30 p.m. The Hoyas will host St. Ignatius on Saturday, April 20 at 1:00 p.m.

Prep is ranked #3 in the area by The Washington Post.

The Hoyas are 9-3 on the year and 2-0 in I.A.C. play.

Varsity Baseball

Georgetown Prep varsity baseball pitcher Ryan Gleason '19 threw a no-hitter Tuesday afternoon against St. Albans. Gleason struck out 14 batters in seven no-hit innings. Prep would go to beat St. Albans, 7-0.

The Hoyas traveled to Northwest, Washington, D.C., on Thursday afternoon to take on St. Albans top pitcher. Prep held a 3-2 lead at the end of the third inning. Both teams left many runs on base in the final four innings. Prep was able to hold on for the 3-2 win to move to 4-0 in I.A.C. play.

On Saturday, Prep hosted the Avalon School for a doubleheader. In the first game, Prep lost a close game, 5-4. Prep dominated the second game and would go on to win, 11-1.

Prep takes on St. Stephen's and St. Agnes this week. The Hoyas will travel to Alexandria, Virginia to take on the Saints on Tuesday, April 16 for a 4:30 p.m. game. Prep will host St. Stephen's & St. Agnes on Thursday, April 18 at 4:30 p.m. Prep will host Wilson High School on Saturday, April 20 for a doubleheader. The games will be played at noon and 2:00 p.m.

Prep is 18-5 on the year and 4-0 in the I.A.C.

Rugby A

Prep hosted St. John's College High School on Thursday, April 11. The Hoyas dominated the match, winning 24-5 to improve to 5-1 on the year. Prep's game against Landon scheduled for this Wednesday has been canceled. Prep's next match will be on Friday, April 26 at home against Gonzaga at 6:00 p.m.

Prep is 5-1 on the year.

Varsity Golf

Prep's varsity golf team took on St. Albans on April 8 at Columbia Country Club. Prep took the match by 38 strokes, winning 189-227.

Prep takes on St. Stephen's & St. Agnes today at 3:45 p.m. The location is TBD. Prep will host Episcopal High School on Tuesday, April 16 at Norbeck Country Club at 4:00 p.m.

The Hoyas are 6-1 in match play for the year.

Varsity Tennis

Prep's varsity tennis team went 3-0 last week.

On Monday, April 8, Prep won a close match against St. Stephen's & St. Agnes at home, 4-3. On Tuesday, April 9, Prep defeated St. John's College High School, 6-3. On April 11, Prep traveled to Alexandria, Virginia and defeated Episcopal High School, 6-1.

Prep takes on Gonzaga today at East Potomac at 4:00 p.m. The Hoyas will host Bullis this Thursday, April 18 at 4:15 p.m.

Prep is 4-2 on the year and 2-0 in I.A.C. play.

Track and Field

Prep hosted the annual Woodward Relays on April 13.

Prep placed 13th out of 21 competing teams. Michael Butler '19 had the longest shot-put throw of the day. Prep placed fifth overall in the event. In the high jump, Aaron Milton '21 and Trevon Marshall '22 placed sixth.

The 4 x 8 relay team placed sixth whole the 4 x 2 relay team placed seventh.

Prep will compete in a meet at St. Albans this Tuesday, April 16 at 4:00 p.m.

Full Spring Sports Schedule

Varsity Baseball

Varsity Golf

Varsity Lacrosse

Rugby A

Varsity Tennis

Track and Field

Go Prep!

Dan Paro'79
Athletic Director

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