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Spring Sport Preview: Wreckers look to perform on diamond, turf and court

Spring Sport Preview: Wreckers look to perform on diamond, turf and court

March 18, 2018

By: Alex Reiner '18 Baseball Last June, the baseball team tackled Chad Knight ’19 and Matt Stone ’18 on the mound of Palmer Field to celebrate the team’s first ever Class LL State Championship. This year the team will be lead by captains Knight, Stone and Chris Drbal ’18. “I am excited to play, like I am every year, but e...

Committed Athletes Row Their Way to College

Committed Athletes Row Their Way to College

November 20, 2017

By: Amanda Kaplowitz '19 Hard work, dedication and commitment are traits required of almost every athlete in order to succeed in their sports. Rowing is no exception. Members of the Saugatuck Rowing Club (SRC) practice year round, both in the water and on land, to train for recreational and competitive rowing. ...

Recruiting Update: Standout goalie commits to D1 Lacrosse Future

Recruiting Update: Standout goalie commits to D1 Lacrosse Future

December 19, 2016

By: Nicole Dienst The Staples boys lacrosse team added a new name to their list of college bound athletes: Matthew Garber.   Matt Garber ’18, the team’s saving-grace goalie,  committed to Boston University last Wednesday, December 7th.   Unlike many division 1- bound lacrosse pla...

[Oct. 2016 Sports] College Commits

November 22, 2016

By Nicole Shapiro ’18   Over the last few months, Staples athletes have been committing for various sports to many different colleges. The listings below are the most recent students who have committed.   Josh Berman Josh Berman ’17 committed to Emory University for soccer this past...

Staples athletes use sports as a pathway to the future

Staples athletes use sports as a pathway to the future

October 12, 2016

With the start of the school year, seniors have many things to look forward to. Although a long and heart-wrenching development, the college process can determine the future for many Staples students. For some of those college-bound students, the process is very much a different one. A small numbe...

Imi Ratcliffe Rows Her Way to Berkeley

Imi Ratcliffe Rows Her Way to Berkeley

October 11, 2016

By: Erin Lynch '18 and Alexandra Sprouls '19 Imi Ratcliffe ’17, member of Saugatuck's open weight varsity eight boat, recently committed to UC Berkeley after years of training. Ratcliffe starting rowing in London on the River Thames at around age 10 or 11. At this early age, getting committed...

Unconventional press conference held for girls’ lacrosse commits

Unconventional press conference held for girls’ lacrosse commits

Kacey Hertan, Business Manager

December 16, 2014

For every sport at Staples, there is a designated ceremony for athletes of each team to sign Letters of Intent to commit to Division I colleges and universities. But, this year’s Girls’ Lacrosse team refused. The five seniors who are pursuing lacrosse in college insisted on celebrating together, despite the fact that they do not all have Letters...

Panzer committed to University of Maryland as a junior

Panzer committed to University of Maryland as a junior

Becca Rawiszer, Staff Writer

November 13, 2014

Baseball star Nathan Panzer ’16 recently committed to the University of Maryland and is “extremely grateful for the opportunity to be a Maryland Terp.” Though he started playing in the yard, Panzer quickly progressed to playing Little League with his step-brother, Andrew Ingber ’16. However,...

Staples Athletes Commit to Colleges

Staples Athletes Commit to Colleges

September 15, 2010

As the Staples class of 2011 begins to write personal essays, fill out supplements, and begin to really think about where they want to attend college, some student athletes have already chosen a school. Several varsity athletes­— Greg Gudis ’11, Sean Gallagher ’11, Chris Coyne ’11, Pat Murray ’11, Brendan Lesch ’11, Frankie ...

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