Mane News

Fall Sports At St. Andrew’s

Back to Article
Back to Article

Fall Sports At St. Andrew’s

Photographer: Danan Mbozi

Photographer: Danan Mbozi

Photographer: Danan Mbozi

Danan Mbozi, Staff Writer

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






 

Photographer: Danan Mbozi
St. Andrew’s is a school with a variety of sports each season. To fulfill our service requirement, middle schoolers must play a sport every season, ninth and tenth graders must play two seasons of a sport, and eleventh and twelfth graders must play one season of a sport.

The fall sports are as follows:

  1. Cross Country – Cross country is a sport for those who want to improve their overall fitness and compete in long distance races. The coaches teach runners about endurance training and adjust workouts to the runner, making them challenging but fun. The coaches are:
    1. Boys Cross Country:
      1. Mr. Davila
      2. Mr. Brandt
    2. Girls Cross Country:
      1. Mr. Wyatt
      2. Ms. Warren
    3. Middle School Boys:
      1. Mr. Wagner
      2. Ms. Sellinger
    4. Middle School Girls:
      1. Ms. Sellinger
      2. Mr. Wagner
  2. Equestrian – Equestrian is a sport for sixth through twelfth graders of all horseriding skill levels. Equestrians take lessons once a week for a year at minimum to be eligible to compete in horse shows. The coaches are:
    1. Varsity and JV Coed:
      1. Ms. Natelli
  3. Golf – The golf team is a varsity only sport that promotes the game of golf, developing the mechanics of the sport. The coaches are:
    1. Varsity:
      1. Mr. Papanek
  4. Soccer – Soccer is a sport for those with a passion for the game, regardless of their athletic capabilities. At any level, students will improve their individual skills and gain a better understanding of team tactics, strategies, and dynamics. The coaches are:
    1. Varsity Boys:
      1. Mr. Haight
      2. Mr. Ponitch
    2. Varsity Girls:
      1. Mr. Summerfield
      2. Mr. Whitman
    3. JV Boys:
      1. Mr. Reilly
      2. Dr. Kelleher
    4. Middle School Boys A
      1. Mr. Tuber
      2. Mr. Haight
    5. Middle School Boys B
      1. Mr. Reilly
      2. Mr. Louvis
    6. Middle School Girls:
      1. Mr. Summerfield
      2. Ms. Kiingi
  5. Girls Tennis – The St. Andrew’s tennis program is designed to increase the players’ skill levels through scrimmaging and drills during the season. Girls tennis is in the fall and boys tennis is in the spring. The coaches are:
    1. Varsity Girls:
      1. Mr. Witowski
    2. JV Girls:
      1. Ms. Maletta
    3. Middle School Girls:
      1. Mr Witowski
      2. Ms. Williams
  6. Volleyball – Volleyball is a sport that teaches skillsto all players through match experience and drills, regardless of skill level. During the summer, volleyball players can attend the University of Maryland’s team camp, with the St Andrew’s team, and go to the twice-a-week practices in June and July. The coaches are:
    1. Varsity Girls:
      1. Ms. Kowalik
      2. Ms. Smith
    2. JV Girls:
      1. Ms. Melvin
      2. Ms. Kowalik
    3. Middle School Girls A
      1. Mr. McMillen
      2. Ms. Kowalik
    4. Middle School Girls B
      1. Mr. McMillen
      2. Ms. Kowalik

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Navigate Left
  • Contributors To This Issue

    Contributors To The April, 2018 Edition

  • Fall Sports At St. Andrew’s

    Opinion

    Net Neutrality Is Gone

  • Fall Sports At St. Andrew’s

    Student Life

    St. Andrew’s Status Check

  • Fall Sports At St. Andrew’s

    Opinion

    Where is the Environment Going?

  • Fall Sports At St. Andrew’s

    Opinion

    Differences Between Chinese And American Education

  • Fall Sports At St. Andrew’s

    Student Writes

    Artifice

  • Fall Sports At St. Andrew’s

    Student Life

    Welcome to the International House

  • Fall Sports At St. Andrew’s

    Opinion

    Senior Life

  • Fall Sports At St. Andrew’s

    Opinion

    Why “Fake News” Isn’t Cutting It

  • Fall Sports At St. Andrew’s

    Opinion

    Reflection on Trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture Museum

Navigate Right
The student news site of St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland