Sports Awards Celebration Program

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Awards

George G. Litz Memorial Scholarship Award

The George G. Litz Memorial Scholarship Award honors a Maryvale lacrosse player. This person may or may not be a team leader in goals, assists or saves. She may not even be a first string starter. The recipient of this award is the individual who, in the eyes of her coach and school president, continually displays the overall best qualities of the game - desire, competitive spirit, discipline, leadership, loyalty, unselfishness and a constant effort to challenge herself to contribute her maximum effort for her team, her school and herself.

Anne McCloskey Scholar Athlete Award

The recipient of the Anne McCloskey Scholar Athlete award is presented to an incoming ninth grade student for her academic and leadership achievement as well as her participation as a multi-sport athlete.


Congratulations to the following seniors who will be playing at the collegiate level:

  • Tess Keppel, Field Hockey, University of Richmond
  • Kristina Lysik, Lacrosse, Boston University
  • Claire Bockstie, Lacrosse, UMBC
  • Sophia Antonopoulos, Lacrosse, University of Maryland, College Park
  • Mary Christa McWright, Lacrosse, Boston College
  • Paige Wilkinson, Lacrosse, Arizona State University
  • Courtney Kelly, Field Hockey, Rhodes College
  • Christina Vendelis, Lacrosse, York College

Teams

Badminton - Varsity

  • Alex Angelos
    2020
  • Victoria Daniels
    2019
  • Jordan Elseroad
    202
  • Casey Hughes
    2020
  • Tess Keppel
    2019
  • Emmy Knittle
    2019
  • Kayla Koch
    2019
  • Carley Laue
    2020
  • Grace Morgan
    2019
  • Sophia
    2021
  • Karroll Tan
    2020
  • Annie Wojehowski
    2019


Head Coach: March Fackler Hughes '89

Assistant Coach: Amelia Smith '17

Manager: Cornelia Valencia '20


Once again Varsity Badminton fought hard to stay at the top of their conference! Our only loss was our first game, going on to an impressive 9-1 season. An incredible year led by seven awesome Seniors. Congratulations to Tess Keppel and Kayla Koch for making the All-Conference Team. Nice Job to all 12 Ladies!

Badminton - JV

  • Erin Ali
    2021
  • Sarah Becker
    2022
  • Kailin Brown
    2021
  • Gianna DeLucca
    2022
  • Kendall Heinlein
    2020
  • Ceci Infussi
    2022
  • Molly Kinkead
    2021
  • Abigail Leonard
    2020
  • Ali Masterman
    2022
  • Madie Mutschler
    2020
  • Sophie Rine
    2022
  • Ana Luisa Scholtes
    2020


Head Coach: March Fackler Hughes '89

Assistant Coach: Amelia Smith '17

Manager: Cornelia Valencia '20


Junior Varsity Badminton made winning look easy. They started off fierce and never looked back. With an overall record of 10-0, they only lost 4 games out of 70, naming them Conference Champs of their league. Way to go UNDEFEATED JV Badminton!

Basketball - Varsity

  • Audrey Allan
    2022
  • Sophia Antonopoulos
    2019
  • Claire Bockstie
    2019
  • Amanda Commodari
    2020
  • Taryn Giles
    2021
  • Olivia Knott
    2020
  • Lauren Mayor
    2021
  • Molly McAleer
    2019
  • Claire Neff
    2020
  • Elaina Stevers
    2019
  • Reilly Vicendese
    2020


Head Coach: Alex Miller

Assistant Coaches: Stephanie D’Anna '07 and Mike Bryan

Managers: Maggie Stalter '20 and Maci Wilkinson '22


The 2018-2019 Maryvale basketball season was certainly one for the ages! The season got off to a quick start with 3 scrimmages early in November where the Lions were victorious and the team began to take shape. After a challenging game against A conference opponent John Carroll and out of conference opponents the Lions started league play in December with a loss against Mt. Carmel. The Lions then rebounded with a big win at NDP 49-29, notching their second consecutive win in a row against NDP for the first time in over a decade.

Immediately following winter exams, the team headed out to San Juan, Puerto Rico for a 4 day, once in a lifetime, trip to play 2 games and enjoy all that Puerto Rico has to offer. The team’s flights were delayed and the team did not arrive at the hotel until 3:00am. The entire team- players, coaches, managers would like to thank all of those involved in making the trip possible. While in Puerto Rico the team went 1-1 in their games, but most importantly have lifelong memories from the trip which include spending time at the beach, kayaking at night, playing basketball at an outdoor basketball facility and playing against a team from San Juan.

After winter break the team notched a win against Towson before diving into league play. Maryvale would finish 6-5 in the conference tied for 5th place in the regular season standings. The Lions hosted NDP for a first round playoff win and extended their winning streak to 3 games notching a 59-28 win in front of the home crowd. Maryvale then moved on to play at Mt. Carmel and lost an extremely competitive game on a last second shot 49-47.

I would like to thanks my assistant coaches- Steph, Mike, Joe, and Craig for helping this team achieve many goals this season and having fun along the way. Thank you to Coach Rob and the entire STT staff for helping strengthen and condition our team and work hard to get players back on the court and keep players on the court.

Lastly, a very special thank you to our seniors- Soph, CB, Molly, and E: your dedication to this program for 2,3, and 4 years has made a world of difference and you have helped move this program to newfound heights. We have hosted more home playoff games in the past 4 years than the previous 8 years combined. We have beat NDP 3 consecutive times after losing to them 7 times in an row. Thank you to our senior parents who have helped this team in unimaginable ways and we are so grateful for their support over the years.

Basketball - JV

  • Mackey Fick
    2022
  • Riley Fick
    2022
  • Emma Grueninger
    2021
  • Annabelle Jackson
    2022
  • Maddison Kneavel
    2021
  • Kennedy Koehler
    2022
  • Aliya Rose
    2022
  • Margaret Sanders
    2021
  • Courtney Savage
    2022
  • Alexandra Smith
    2022
  • Elisabeth Turner
    2022
  • Madison Ward
    2022


Head Coach: Joe McAleer

Assistant Coaches: Morgan Matz '10 and Courtney Stephens

Manager: Emily Wallace '22


The JV Maryvale basketball team finished the season with 11 wins and 5 losses. The group of girls that Coach Joe, Coach Courtney, and Coach Morgan had the pleasure to coach were none like they have had before. The season can be defined in two words: fun and unexpected. The girls were easily one of the funniest groups we have had and were ready to break out in a dance at any moment. Though the girls and coaches had so much fun this season, they were able to get their heads in the game and finish strong in games whenever asked. The athleticism that the JV team has was the best seen in years and because of that the coaches are so excited to see what is to come with the Maryvale basketball seasons to come. Congratulations girls on a successful season!

Cross Country

  • Anna Atticks
    2022
  • Holly Becker
    2021
  • Margaret Buhlman
    2022
  • Regina Churchman
    2019
  • Emily Cumberland
    2021
  • Amelia Derr
    2022
  • Kathryn DiBari
    2022
  • Jordan Elseroad
    2019
  • Isabelle Erb
    2022
  • Mackey Fick
    2022
  • Isabelle Fleming
    2022
  • Fiona Flowers
    2022
  • Brittney Graff
    2019
  • Anne Grothmann
    2021
  • Kay Guildener
    2022
  • Ashley Hitt
    2022
  • Leanna Hubbard
    2021
  • Emma Keller
    2022
  • Grace LaLomia
    2020
  • Kyleigh LeBoutillier
    2022
  • Anna Markulis
    2019
  • Elizabeth Moessbauer
    2020
  • Peyton O'Brien
    2021
  • Grace Paszkiewicz
    2020
  • Lydia Phillips
    2019
  • Corinne Quaerna
    2022
  • Tsambika Rizas
    2021
  • Sarah Schwartz
    2019
  • Kaitlyn Shaver
    2022
  • Chloe Streckfus
    2021
  • Katherine Sullivan
    2019
  • Meghan Sullivan
    2021
  • Rachel Thomas
    2020
  • Elisabeth Turner
    2022
  • Tatum Vicendese
    2022
  • Madison Ward
    2022


Head Coach: Jason Miller

Assistant Coaches: Katie Askine, Lauren Pierce '10 and James Simms

Managers: Tara Coyne '20, Brynn Graff '21 and Maggie Moessbauer '20


Coming off a four-point loss at Championships the previous year, the team knew that it would have to work even harder in the summer time and that is what they did. The 2018 Cross Country team would have its biggest team in school history (35 athletes), and with half of them being freshman. This would also be the youngest team known to date in the program. They worked hard throughout the season, most notably winning the Lake Forest Invite in their first meet as a team for both JV and Varsity. In the Bull Run Invite, one of the toughest courses in the state of Maryland the team would place second in the small school division.

No matter how young this team was, this was one of the most coachable teams, I have ever been a part of. The girls caught on to the running program that has been establish from the previous athletes and teams that have competed. The 17 freshman embraced the upper classmen in their work ethics and practice routines. Which made this a very exciting season.

The Cross Country team end up placing third in championships only 5 points behind the second place team. The goal in the beginning of the season was to be a top 3 team and make a run at championships and that is what they did. Maryvale represented five freshman, one Sophomore and one Junior in their top seven this year in championships. In addition, the Open Race, Maryvale would place second overall. The coaches would like to thank the Seniors for their four years of dedication, leadership and for being great examples of what is like to be a Maryvale Cross Country runner.

Field Hockey - Varsity

  • Claire Bockstie
    2019
  • Nadia Briddell
    2021
  • Emily Buchanan
    2020
  • Olivia Cerasoli '19
    2019
  • Elizabeth de Guzman
    2020
  • Elizabeth Francioli
    2021
  • Genevieve Gibson
    2021
  • Courtney Kelly
    2019
  • Theresia Keppel
    2019
  • Alexandra Nemer
    2019
  • Karli Oates
    2021
  • Faith O'Neil
    2020
  • Emma Radebaugh
    2021
  • Courtney Richard
    2020
  • Payton Rowley
    2021
  • Margaret Sanders
    2021
  • Elaina Stevers
    2019
  • Caitlyn Weinstein
    2019


Head Coach: Shannon Radebaugh

Manager: Samantha Spencer '21


Moving up to the A Conference this season, Maryvale Field Hockey was up for the challenge. We started the season with a TEAM first mentality and knew that we were stronger TOGETHER. We proved to be worthy opponents time and time again. We finished with a respectable 8-8 record and we were only shut out once in the final playoff game of the season. Facing tough opponents all season long, we played our best and gave our all. Our three senior captains, Courtney, Elaina, and Olivia, kept us focused and led the team on and off the field. We will dearly miss our seniors (Courtney, Elaina, Olivia, Alex, Tess, Caitlyn, and Claire), but wish them the best of luck in college next year. Maryvale Field Hockey looks forward to competing against the best next season and making our mark in the A Conference.

Field Hockey - JV

  • Erin Ali
    2021
  • Adrianna Commodari
    2022
  • Courtney Devilbiss
    2022
  • Beckett Ehrsam
    2021
  • Olivia Gifford
    2022
  • Julianna Gloth
    2021
  • Maeve Marshall
    2022
  • Emily Marson
    2022
  • Ali Masterman
    2022
  • Lily Miller
    2022
  • Katherine O'Neill
    2022
  • Julia Parker
    2021
  • Emily Pearson
    2022
  • Kaitlin Rigley
    2022
  • Jaden Soriano
    2021
  • Margaret Stalter
    2020
  • Molly Wagner
    2021
  • Kelly Zorbach
    2021


Head Coach: Kirby Dively

Assistant Coach: Sarah Rose Kipp '00

Managers: Rebecca Feola '20 and Elizabeth Pakula '21


Moving up to the A conference was a HUGE challenge for our JV team this year! We started out our season with many new players to the sport and half of the team being freshman. We proved with our record (9-2-1) that we deserved to be in this bracket. Be competed and won against many teams that were undefeated! I am looking forward to another great season this fall and proving once again why we belong in the A conference!

Indoor Track & Field

  • Caroline Absher
    2019
  • Bailey Albrecht
    2020
  • Anna Atticks
    2022
  • Holly Becker
    2021
  • Sarah Becker
    2022
  • Madelyn Bindon
    2022
  • Kamille Brunson
    2022
  • Kayla Brunson
    2020
  • Emily Buchanan
    2020
  • Caroline Burke
    2020
  • Kathryn Carpenter
    2022
  • Olivia Cerasoli '19
    2019
  • Emily Chung
    2021
  • Adrianna Commodari
    2022
  • Kaylin Cox
    2020
  • Tara Coyne
    2020
  • Amelia Derr
    2022
  • Courtney Devilbiss
    2022
  • Grace English
    2021
  • Isabelle Erb
    2022
  • Gianna Ferrarese
    2022
  • Fiona Flowers
    2022
  • Elliott Francomano
    2022
  • Riley Gerbereux
    2022
  • Olivia Gifford
    2022
  • Brittney Graff
    2019
  • Kierston Gregg
    2020
  • Anne Grothmann
    2021
  • Noelle Hitt
    2022
  • Emma Keller
    2022
  • Rory Kenny
    2021
  • Abigail Love
    2022
  • Skyler Majerowicz
    2021
  • Anna Markulis
    2019
  • Mary Christa McWright
    2019
  • Madilyn Mutschler
    2020
  • Alexandra Nemer
    2019
  • Clare O'Malley
    2022
  • Julia Parker
    2021
  • Caroline Peet
    2021
  • Haley Philips
    2021
  • Lydia Phillips
    2019
  • Corinne Quaerna
    2022
  • Marguerite Quezado
    2020
  • Emma Radebaugh
    2021
  • Alexandria Raley
    2022
  • Tsambika Rizas
    2021
  • Sophia Roberts Mark
    2021
  • Madison Robinson
    2021
  • Payton Rowley
    2021
  • Carly Ryerson
    2022
  • Mackenzie Saneman
    2022
  • Alexandra Savage
    2022
  • Lauren Savage
    2022
  • Nia Sayyed
    2020
  • Sarah Schwartz
    2019
  • Caitlin Shaffrey
    2022
  • Kaitlyn Shaver
    2022
  • Sara Stromberg
    2021
  • Meghan Sullivan
    2021
  • Rachel Thomas
    2020
  • Tatum Vicendese
    2022
  • Haley Wehberg
    2021
  • Anna Welsh
    2021
  • Maci Wilkinson
    2022
  • Marisol Wilkinson
    2019
  • Taylor Wittstadt
    2022
  • Jennifer Wojeck
    2019
  • Kelly Zorbach
    2021


Head Coach: Jason Miller

Assistant Coaches: Katie Askine, Joe Henderson, Lauren Pierce '10, James Simms and Eddie Wilson

Manager: Ashley Hitt '22


The Maryvale Indoor Track and Field team had a nice little streak going on. They had won back to back to back championships and fighting for their fourth in that many years. However, with the IAAM league getting tougher and girls graduating across the board, we knew that we had a huge target on our back for the season.

With the season being shorted for championships due to scheduling reasons, the team knew that starting from day one and holiday practices would be very important. The top five school records would be broken all throughout the season. Most notably Emily Chung and her performance in the hurdles. Emily has worked extremely hard this year and placed third in championships in the hurdles with a top three school record of all time. But other relay teams and individuals throughout the season challenged themselves to make this team competitive.

With eight freshmen competing in championships, this would be one of the youngest teams known in school history. In the beginning of the season, we had a goal of placing third and being competitive at championships and that is what they did. Most of the league and coaches felt that this was a two way battle between McDonogh and Mount De Sales. However, Maryvale would stick around the whole meet and ended up placing third in championships, losing by 21 points to the winner. Both coaches of the other teams came up and congratulated us in the battle at championships and admitted they did not count us in. In the middle and ending of the meet, Maryvale was still slugging away scoring points just coming up a little short. It was a great team effort.

The team is looking to build on its young success and wish the seniors the best for the future. Thank you for your guidance and your leadership. You will be missed.

Lacrosse - Varsity

  • Sophia Antonopoulos
    2019
  • Claire Bockstie
    2019
  • Adrianna Commodari
    2022
  • Lauren Davidson
    2020
  • Elizabeth de Guzman
    2020
  • Alexandra DeBus
    2020
  • Jenna DiPeso
    2019
  • Grace Dwan
    2020
  • Mackey Fick
    2022
  • Elizabeth Francioli
    2021
  • Molly Heidrick
    2021
  • Kaitlyn Hughes
    2019
  • Annabelle Jackson
    2022
  • Kennedy Koehler
    2022
  • Emma Lynch
    2021
  • Kristina Lysik
    2019
  • Mary Christa McWright
    2019
  • Claire Neff
    2020
  • Haley Philips
    2021
  • Payton Rowley
    2021
  • Lauren Savage
    2022
  • Elaina Stevers
    2019
  • Christina Vendelis
    2019
  • Haley Wehberg
    2021
  • Megan Weininger
    2020
  • Peyton White
    2019
  • Paige Wilkinson
    2019


Head Coach: Kim Dubansky

Assistant Coaches: Matt Bowen, Meghan Clothier '09 and Nikki Puszcz McNamara '10


The 2019 spring season for lacrosse was filled with anticipation and excitement. We welcomed talented underclassmen to a squad of upperclassmen.

After a slow start to the season, we kicked into gear with big wins over 13th-ranked Century, a physical John Carroll team, a top-ten Roland Park Team and a one-goal loss on the scorching turf at nationally ranked St. Stephen’s St. Agnes. Each game was a battle; the girls fought hard, improved day by day, and learned to COMPETE and play together. Many hard-hat awards were earned, in addition to good citizen and vacuum awards. A lot of laughs were shared, improvements made, and friendships strengthened. Our senior game was filled with lots of laughs, smiles, and tears.

Off of the field, the girls enjoyed connecting at pre-game dinners, post-game tailgates, Rita’s, and team runs, beach practices, long bus rides, and roller coasters in Virginia Beach. This wouldn’t have been possible without our supportive parents and, particularly, our senior parents who helped plan our off-field events. We were lucky to be led by an exceptional group of seniors who have left their mark on this program. Seniors – you will be missed, but you will not be forgotten. Your work ethic, passion, care for one another and for the team has set a solid foundation for the team and program to grow. You have taught the team how to work and challenge each other.

As we enter the off season, I’d ask each returning player to take a step back and look at your role within the team and throughout the season. Where did you excel? Where can you grow? How can you strengthen yourself and your skills to help this team and program grow? Take time to rest and recover, but do not stop working and growing. Commit yourselves to being stronger, faster, quicker and more confident and skilled.

Be assured that your coaching staff will also be working, self-evaluating and preparing for our next season as we welcome middle schoolers and new students to our varsity and junior varsity programs. Our goals remain the same, to compete and win in the IAAM A conference and to return a championship to Maryvale Prep.

Lacrosse - JV

  • Emily Cumberland
    2021
  • Emily Dates
    2020
  • Courtney Devilbiss
    2022
  • Kate Duell
    2022
  • Grace English
    2021
  • Riley Fick
    2022
  • Julianna Gloth
    2021
  • Katie Ann Karlsen
    2020
  • Emily Marson
    2022
  • Kaitlin Rigley
    2022
  • Margaret Sanders
    2021
  • Mackenzie Saneman
    2022
  • Alexandra Savage
    2022
  • Courtney Savage
    2022
  • Sydney Schiavone
    2022
  • Mia Selby
    2022
  • Jaden Soriano
    2021
  • Meghan Sullivan
    2021
  • Charlotte Tisdale
    2022
  • Elisabeth Turner
    2022
  • Madison Ward
    2022


Head Coach: Kevin Atkinson

Assistant Coach: Mike Lynch

Managers: Kamille Brunson '22 and Eryn Davis '22


We started the season with three objectives - have fun, improve our lacrosse skills and win games. We certainly attained the first two and with a 6-5-1 record, that may seem that we didn’t fully achieve the third, but in the strongest high school lacrosse conference in the country, numbers are deceptive. Our team had a blast being together, the squad definitely improved their lax sense and skills from the beginning to the end, and we matured through the season. Yes, we definitely had a winning season!

Outdoor Track & Field

  • Caroline Absher
    2019
  • Bailey Albrecht
    2020
  • Anna Atticks
    2022
  • Madelyn Bindon
    2022
  • Emily Buchanan
    2020
  • Olivia Cerasoli '19
    2019
  • Emily Chung
    2021
  • Tara Coyne '20
    2020
  • Amelia Derr
    2022
  • Isabelle Erb
    2022
  • Gianna Ferrarese
    2022
  • Fiona Flowers
    2022
  • Olivia George
    2022
  • Riley Gerbereux
    2022
  • Brittney Graff
    2019
  • Anne Grothmann
    2021
  • Vanessa Haigley
    2022
  • Kenley Hewitt
    2020
  • Noelle Hitt
    2022
  • Nya Justis
    2020
  • Kyleigh LeBoutillier
    2022
  • Abigail Love
    2022
  • Skyler Majerowicz
    2021
  • Anna Markulis
    2019
  • Georgia McClure
    2022
  • Grace McNally
    2022
  • Abigail Miller
    2020
  • Alexandra Nemer
    2019
  • Clare O'Malley
    2022
  • Elizabeth Pakula
    2021
  • Julia Parker
    2021
  • Lydia Phillips
    2019
  • Corinne Quaerna
    2022
  • Emma Radebaugh
    2021
  • Alexandria Raley
    2022
  • Sophia Roberts Mark
    2021
  • Madison Robinson
    2021
  • Carly Ryerson
    2022
  • Elena Schmugge
    2022
  • Sarah Schwartz
    2019
  • Caitlin Shaffrey
    2022
  • Kaitlyn Shaver
    2022
  • Margaret Stalter
    2020
  • Sara Stromberg
    2021
  • Rachel Thomas
    2020
  • Tatum Vicendese
    2022
  • Kelly Zorbach
    2021


Head Coach: Jason Miller

Assistant Coaches: Katie Askine, Joe Henderson, Megan Miller '11, Lauren Pierce '10, James Simms and Eddie Wilson

Manager: Kate Carpenter '22


The 2019 Outdoor Track and Field team is made up of 50 athletes. Out of the 50, a little more than half of the girls are only Freshman and Sophomores. The team is using the experience of the veterans and the team captains to help lead the team this season. Understanding the term rebuild, the younger classman were up for the challenge and understand that there will be up and downs throughout the season. The team set some top 5 All-Time School records this season (4x8 Relay, 4x4 Relay, 800m, 3200, disc). It has been a quick season and the girls are heading into championships with the goal of performing their personal best in all the events in championships.

The coaching staff would like to thank the seniors for their leadership and dedication to the program over the past four years and wish them the best of luck in the future. They all played an important role with the “youth” this season.

Soccer - Varsity

  • Caroline Absher
    2019
  • Yasmine Adam
    2020
  • Bailey Albrecht
    2020
  • Audrey Allan
    2022
  • Amanda Commodari
    2020
  • Alexandra DeBus
    2020
  • Jenna DiPeso
    2019
  • Grace Dwan
    2020
  • Margaret Enoch
    2021
  • Kendall Feiler
    2021
  • Gianna Ferrarese
    2022
  • Emma Grueninger
    2021
  • Kennedy Koehler
    2022
  • Kathryn Lange
    2019
  • Emma Lynch
    2021
  • Courtney Matthews
    2020
  • Mary Christa McWright
    2019
  • Abigail Miller
    2020
  • Grace Morgan
    2019
  • Madilyn Mutschler
    2020
  • Caroline Peet
    2021
  • Ella Pommett
    2019
  • Rosalie Santini
    2021
  • Katelyn Smith
    2020
  • Christina Vendelis
    2019
  • Haley Wehberg
    2021


Head Coach: Colin Devlin

Assistant Coaches: Blair Boehm Dicriscio '01 and Kait Manning Henninger '05


After a busy summer with Clinics, Camp, Summer league and our workouts which had an average of 20 students per session from June trough July 31st. We officially started on August 15th with up 60 players and came out of a great week of tryouts and 3 games with 26 Varsity and 26 on JV. Varsity embarked on a 23 game schedule with our usual top loaded non-conference foes coupled with our eight game regular season conference schedule saw us complete an amazing season 6-1-1 in conference 3-8-2 non conference 2-1-0 in post season for an overall of 11-10-3 with 49Gs 35As which earned us a first round bye with home field for the quarter and semi finals this accomplishment in a season themed with a lot of '"Firsts" saw us go all the way to our First championship game since the class of 08'.

Our VSoc Finalists plaque was supported once again for 10th consecutive season with the NSCAA Team Academic Award for overall excellence in the classroom as a team, while accumilating the minimum cautions during the season VSoc were also awarded the NSCAA Gold Standard Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Award.

We thank our seniors for their uwavering service to our soccer program and wish them and their families the very best through graduation and beyond.

Thank You,

Maryvale Soccer Program

Soccer - JV

  • Madelyn Bindon
    2022
  • Emily Chung
    2021
  • Gianna DeLucca
    2022
  • Riley Gerbereux
    2022
  • Annabelle Jackson
    2022
  • Skyler Majerowicz
    2021
  • Julia McCarty
    2021
  • Georgia McClure
    2022
  • Amanda O'Donovan
    2021
  • Clare O'Malley
    2022
  • Haley Philips
    2021
  • Sophie Rine
    2022
  • Mackenzie Saneman
    2022
  • Alexandra Savage
    2022
  • Courtney Savage
    2022
  • Lauren Savage
    2022
  • Sydney Schiavone
    2022
  • Elena Schmugge
    2022
  • Alexandra Smith
    2022
  • Charlotte Tisdale
    2022
  • Adriana Werdin
    2022
  • Alison Werdin
    2022
  • Natalie Williams
    2022


Head Coach: Troy Peters

Manager: Grace Wojehowski '21


The 2018 JV Soccer was hands down the most complete team I have coached in any sport at any level. The level of play was kept at consistent high because of the balance of skill and effort that every player on the squad brought each and every day. Every player seemed to instinctually understand how to be a complementary player to her teammates which directly lead to the success this team had.

With the consistency that the entire team brought game in and game out, we enjoyed multiple comeback victories. Two of those wins bookended our season. To start the season, we needed to mount a surge against St. Mary’s Ryken to secure a 3-2 victory after being down 2-1 at half time.

Similarly, in our final game of the year against Bryn Mawr, the Lions found themselves down 1-0 into the middle of the second half, but never panicked and scored two goals in the last fifteen minutes of the contest to cap off the season.

On the season, we showed an ability to win convincingly (five wins with a margin of victory of three or more) and the tight games (six wins by one goal). This led to an overall scoring margin of 43 goals for and only 18 goals against, a 1.29 goals against per game average for our defense and goalies while our offense was scoring 3.07 goals per game with goals coming from 13 different players throughout the season.

Softball

  • Karen Ackerman
    2020
  • Jillanna Arata
    2022
  • LeeAnn Daiker
    2022
  • Lauren Davis
    2020
  • Emma Grueninger
    2021
  • Ashanti Hill
    2020
  • Kathryn Hubbard
    2019
  • Lyssa Kagel
    2020
  • Maddison Kneavel
    2021
  • Cameron Logan
    2021
  • Kaitlyn Marsico
    2020
  • Abigail Mummert
    2022
  • Aliya Rose
    2022
  • Reilly Vicendese
    2020


Head Coach: Terri Moeser

Assistant Coaches: Missy Little and Bill Moeser


Unity, strength, drive, and desire all define the 2019 Maryvale softball team. We had a young team whose talents and abilities were there and ready to shine through with hard work and practice. As coaches we could not have asked for a better team. These 14 girls showed us what determination and hard work can accomplish.

This team was so much fun to coach this year. They are a great group of girls to be with every day. We had a lot of laughs and fun times throughout the season. We will miss our “Kathryn “next year as she heads off to Denison College. All the coaches wish you the best of luck.

As for next year, the retuning athletes on our team this year are both physically and emotionally stronger. There is no looking back for us only up and forward. The returners next year will be a force to be reckoned with in the IAAM. Can’t wait to get back out on the diamond next spring.

Swimming

  • Abigail Brant
    2020
  • Catherine Chmiel
    2019
  • Elizabeth Cory
    2020
  • Lauren Davidson
    2020
  • Katarina DeLorenzo
    2020
  • Molly DiBiagio
    2021
  • Chelsea Elliott
    2022
  • Jane Halvorsen
    2019
  • Kenley Hewitt
    2020
  • Leanna Hubbard
    2021
  • Cecilia Infussi
    2022
  • Jocelyn Jacobsen
    2020
  • Grace LaLomia
    2020
  • Kyleigh LeBoutillier
    2022
  • Kaitlyn Marsico
    2020
  • Peyton O'Brien
    2021
  • Abigail Pue
    2019
  • Courtney Richard
    2020
  • Sophia Savick
    2021
  • Sophia Storzer
    2019
  • Katherine Sullivan
    2019


Head Coaches: Maria Linz O’Brien '01 and Jared Welsh

Managers: Christina Beltran '20 and Olivia Magaletta '20


The 2018-2019 swim season showed the dedication and the resilience of the girls on the team. From early morning workouts to meets being cancelled and rescheduled, the girls responded to every challenge that was placed in front of them. The team went 1-3 but scored a record high 304 points at championships. While placing 4thin the conference, they were just 24 points shy of 3rdplace. Kenley Hewitt achieved all-conference honors by winning the 50 freestyle. The 200 freestyle relay of Peyton O’Brien, Chelsea Elliott, Sophie Savick, and Kenley Hewitt also made all-conference by winning the event. Petyon O’Brien was on the podium again for her 3rdplace finish in the 200 Individual Medley and Abby Pue won bronze medals in both the 200 freestyle and the 100 backstroke. The girls had a fast meet and achieved 17 personal best times in 30 individual entries. The coaches would also like to recognize Ceci Infussi, who suffered an injury in the first week of practice and continued to come to practices and meets to the support the team, as well as, Chrissy Beltran and Olivia Magaletta for being fantastic managers and helping with the time keeping at meets.

Volleyball - Varsity

  • Amanda Betts
    2020
  • Caroline Burke
    2020
  • Margaret Burke
    2019
  • Kalee Corraine
    2019
  • LeeAnn Daiker
    2022
  • Emily Donahoe
    2019
  • Kayla Koch
    2019
  • Elizabeth Love
    2020
  • Lauren Mayor
    2021
  • Claire Neff
    2020
  • Sophia Savick
    2021
  • Caitlin Shaffrey
    2022
  • Megan Weininger
    2020


Head Coach: Missy Little

Assistant Coach: Dr. Victor Shin

Managers: Karen Ackerman '20 and Tori Garrus '20


We may not have a title, but we are Champions nonetheless!!!!

This was another amazing season from start to finish with the most enjoyable team I have had the pleasure to coach in 8 seasons. This was Maryvale’s first year competing in the IAAM A Conference for volleyball. I was a little nervous taking this big step. However, this incredible group of girls took this challenge head on and they didn’t look back. These girls are courageous, determined and tenacious! I don’t think that many thought we would do very well, but boy did we ever.

This team played with an energy and synergy on the court throughout our season that was electric. These girls stepped up in every way possible and it was amazing to watch. In every match we played, our team was up for the challenge and gave some unbelievable performances especially against Mt. deSales, SPGS, and NDP. Taking victories from teams that had never beaten before. We also beat AACS, the team that we lost the B Championship to the previous year, not only once but twice!

Our biggest match of our season was against Mt. deSales. Mt. deSales won the IAAM A Conference Championship in 2017 and had not lost a game in two years. That is until they played Maryvale for the first time. On the morning of September 22, Maryvale put on a performance like no other and beat the defending champions in five sets. And, at that moment we were sitting in first place. That victory felt like we had just won the championship! I couldn’t have been more excited for these girls.

I am extremely proud of this team’s performance on and off the court. We not only finished third in the A Conference but we also were able to raise over $2600 for the Side Out Foundation during our “Dig Pink” Rally to raise money for breast cancer research. Thanks to all who purchased socks to help us “spike” out cancer!

I want to extend my sincere respect and admiration to all the Maryvale teams for all of the hard work and dedication that they put forth throughout their seasons.

Volleyball - JV

  • Brianna Caines
    2021
  • Chelsea Elliott
    2022
  • Nina Ferrer
    2022
  • Vanessa Haigley
    2022
  • Rory Kenny
    2021
  • Maddison Kneavel
    2021
  • Ava Lombardo
    2022
  • Abigail Love
    2022
  • Alexandria Raley
    2022
  • Madison Robinson
    2021
  • Madelyn Simmons
    2021
  • Raezel Noelani Valencia
    2021
  • Taylor Wittstadt
    2022


Head Coach: Sarah Koch '11

Managers: Karen Ackerman '20 and Tori Garrus '20


The JV volleyball team had a great season with an even greater group of girls. Although a large part of our team was fairly new to volleyball, our team worked together as a cohesive unit, and the more experienced players stepped in to help guide and teach the new players. While we had our fair share of losses, our wins were always sweet. From coming back from over a 17 point deficit, to sweeping teams in two matches, our team was always working hard in every play. Thanks so much to each one of you for a fun and memorable season!