SHP student-athletes took home four Player of the Year awards, while another 55 were selected for All-League teams across 7 WBAL Spring sports. Finn O'Kelly was named the WBAL Golfer of the Year, Sasha Bellack the WBAL Girls Lacrosse Defender of the Year, Emma Briger the WBAL Girls Lacrosse Goalkeeper of the Year, and Sloane Reinstein the WBAL Girls Swimming Most Valuable Swimmer.
Stanford junior first baseman Andrew Daschbach, the former Sacred Heart Prep standout, earned Pac-12 Baseball Player of the Week honors it was announced Monday. He became the first Stanford player to hit four home runs in a game.
Sacred Heart Prep grad Sara Choy, inserted into Stanford's starting singles lineup for Saturday's NCAA National Women's Tennis semifinal, never missed a beat, helping the third-seeded Cardinal beat No. 2 North Carolina 5-2, and then capture the National Championship on Sunday by defeating Georgia.
SHP grad Tierna Davidson (SHP '16), Abby Dahlkemper (SHP '11) and the rest of the US Women's National team will play South Africa on Sunday at Levi's Stadium in preparation for the FIFA World Cup, beginning in June.
Following yesterday’s 13-4 victory over Mitty, the WBAL regular season champion SHP Girls Lacrosse team will look to add a WBALFoothill Division Tournament title to their resume when they face off against rival Menlo on Saturday at 1PM.
The SHP Baseball team defeated Hillsdale 11-10 on Wednesday afternoon. Ryan Mo hit a pair of home runs and drove in three for the Gators (11-13-1, 6-7), who host the Fighting Knights at 4 p.m. Friday. Ronan Donnelly picked up the win, and helped his own cause by homering and driving in a pair of runs.