The following students have been named Athletes of the Week, ending January 14:
Allie Stoddard ‘24 - Squash - Allie played an epic match against a strong Baldwin opponent to secure our only varsity win last week. She has been working on her game for some time now, and it really shows when you watch her on the court—she makes it look so easy! Allie’s hard work is appreciated by her entire team every day at practice and in matches. Way to be a team player, Allie!
Dylan Kaplan ‘25 - Squash - Dylan got our only varsity win against a formidable Haverford opponent last week. He also had a five-game battle against a very tough Hill opponent on Saturday. Dylan has been working hard all season and is always doing extra at practice to improve his game. Way to push yourself, Dylan!
Simone Kelly ‘23 - Indoor Track and Field - Simone finished third in the 400m at the Kristian Marche Memorial Invitational last weekend in NYC with an indoor personal best of 58.03, making her the 7th fastest time in the state of PA. She has qualified for Meet of Champs, Indoor States, and New Balance, Nike, and Adidas Indoor Nationals. Way to go, Simone!!
Stokes Tate ‘26 - Basketball - Stokes has been on a roll lately for the boys’ freshman team! Over three games last week he averaged a team-high of 11 points and 8 rebounds while leading the Devils to three consecutive victories over GA, Haverford, and Hun. Keep it up, Stokes!
Alex Topping ‘25 - Squash - Alex had an amazing win over our toughest opponent, Haverford, last week with the JV squad. His match went to five games and it all came down to his will to win and push himself to his limit. Great job, Alex!
Warren Miller ‘27 - Squash - Warren is new to squash and playing on the varsity team because of his athletic ability, his will to win, and his never-give-up attitude. Warren's grit and determination are even helping his teammates to strive to do the same. Keep that spirit going, Warren!
Nadia Bevan ‘28 - Squash - Nadia is new to squash and has been working hard all season, moving up the ladder to secure a spot on the varsity team. She had a tough five-game match win against GFS in one of her first varsity matches. Nadia is a great team player who is constantly looking to learn and improve her game. Keep it up, Nadia!