Saint Mary's School News

Fall athletics awards and honors

Congratulations, to our fall sports teams, athletes, and coaches on a most successful 2022 season! The teams were honored at the fall sports celebration assembly, Nov. 10, in Pittman Auditorium.  Special congratulations, to those recognized for earning team, all-state, and all-conference honors. Go, Saints!



Varsity Cross Country

Most Valuable Player - Sophia Bahna-Neta

Most Improved Player - Chloe Coleman

Coaches Award - Clari Seavy

JV Field Hockey

Most Improved Player - Evelyn Roddy

Most Valuable Player - Amelia Edmonston

Coaches Award - Margaret Raynal 

Varsity Field Hockey

Most Valuable Player - Eliza Gugenheim

Coaches Award - Sienna Gilbert

Coaches Award - Lilly Larson


Varsity Golf

Most Valuable Player - Kinsley Smith

Most Improved Player - Lucy Nogas

Coaches Award - Elizabeth Powell


Varsity Tennis

Most Valuable Player - Haley Stoltz

Most Improved Player - Audrey Barnett

Coaches Award -  Raynor Singleton 


JV Tennis

Most Improved Player - Audrey Coonan

Most Valuable Player -  Lila Worth

Coaches Award -  Mary Marshall Rankin


JV Volleyball

Most Valuable Player - Cate Lowe

Most Improved Playe r- Jorja Coleman

Coaches Award - Jane Choi


Varsity Volleyball 

Most Valuable Player - Bella Howard

Most Improved Player - Chloe Pigues

Coaches Award - Molly Evans

All Conference Honors:

Haley Stoltz - tennis

Audrey Barnett - tennis

Molly Evans - volleyball

Bella Howard - volleyball

Sienna Gilbert – field hockey

Eliza Gugenheim – field hockey

Molly Lanahan – field hockey


Golf State All-Tournament Honors:

Garland Gould

Kinsley Smith


TISAC Conference Tennis Player of the Year

Haley Stoltz


NCISAA All-State Team Tennis

Haley Stoltz


Team Highlights:

Varsity tennis finished with a winning record (10-4) and third place seeding in the NCISAA girls 4A state tournament.

JV tennis finished undefeated at 11-0.

Varsity golf finished third in the state in the girls' 4A NCISAA tournament.

Varsity volleyball finished with 11 wins and a winning season. The team finished in the top 17% of more than 600 girls' high school volleyball teams in the state.

Varsity field hockey finished with 10 wins and a winning record.

Cross country finished strong with a win over Durham Academy and strong showings and personal bests at the conference and state meets.