Recent Results
Saturday, 04/29/2017
  Golf - Coed Varsity
  vs. Brooks
vs. Thayer
  Tennis - Boys JV
  vs. Brooks
T   |  4-4
  Tennis - Boys Varsity
  vs. Brooks
L   |  5-10
  Tennis - Girls Varsity
  vs. Brooks
W   |  8-7
  Baseball - Boys Varsity
  vs. Brooks
L   |  0-7
  Tennis - Girls JV
  vs. Brooks
W   |  12-0
  Lacrosse - Girls JV
  vs. Brooks
W   |  6-3
  Lacrosse - Girls Varsity
  vs. Brooks
L   |  5-18
  Lacrosse - Boys Varsity
  vs. Brooks
L   |  6-9
  Lacrosse - Boys JV
  vs. Brooks
L   |  5-10
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Athletics at St. George’s

“I believe we have the proper perspective on athletics. We think students learn certain things playing sports that they won't learn anywhere else in terms of teamwork, dedication and sportsmanship. It’s an extension of what we do in the classroom.“

John Mackay, Dean of Afternoon Activities

Athletes of the Week
Posted 04/21/2017 12:00PM
Last year was Libby's first experience with softball. She worked hard to learn the game, spending most of the season sitting on the bench. This year she has stepped into the starting centerfield position. Libby brings a determination to each practice and game that is contagious. She runs hard for each outfield hit, bats with confidence at the plate and always tries to improve her skills. The coaches appreciate her efforts and want to recognize her commitment to the team.

Varsity Softball

Last year was Libby's first experience with softball. She worked hard to learn the game, spending most of the season sitting on the bench. This year she has stepped into the starting centerfield position. Libby brings a determination to each practice and game that is contagious. She runs hard for each outfield hit, bats with confidence at the plate and always tries to improve her skills. The coaches appreciate her efforts and want to recognize her commitment to the team.

Posted 04/21/2017 12:00PM
Tate works hard at the thankless and difficult position of short stick defensive midfielder. He has been asked to limit the scoring opportunities of our opponents and seemingly does so with the confidence of a veteran. In Saturday's contest against Lawrence, when the team needed the ball for one final push in an effort to tie the game, Tate managed to win a loose ball, keeping hope alive for the Dragons.

Boys Varsity Lacrosse

Tate works hard at the thankless and difficult position of short stick defensive midfielder. He has been asked to limit the scoring opportunities of our opponents and seemingly does so with the confidence of a veteran. In Saturday’s contest against Lawrence, when the team needed the ball for one final push in an effort to tie the game, Tate managed to win a loose ball, keeping hope alive for the Dragons.

Posted 02/17/2017 10:00AM
The 5-set match win against Tabor reflected the growth Dallas has made over the last several weeks. She is now able to showcase a wide variety of shots and has improved her mental game. She attacks each point with determination and a competitive spirit.

Girls JV Squash

The 5-set match win against Tabor reflected the growth Dallas has made over the last several weeks. She is now able to showcase a wide variety of shots and has improved her mental game. She attacks each point with determination and a competitive spirit.

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