Twelve spring athletes earn all-IAC


Led by Head Coach Chris Powers, the Bears finished second in the league with a 6-4 record and an overall record of 15-13. Robbie Lee ’22, Henry Prince ’22, George Roggie ’22, and Sam Rosand ’25 earned all-IAC honors. Season highlights include a no-hitter by Lee against Bullis, Prince hitting five consecutive doubles to start his season at the plate, and three comeback wins against St. Albans, Episcopal, and St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes to solidify second place in the league. 


Head Coach Dave Ruskin reports the team finished with an 0-3 record and a very close match against Gonzaga. Captain Ryan Loev '24 led a group comprised of young players, mostly freshmen and sophomores.


Head Coach Andy Luther and team captains John Bates ’23 and Charlie Bundy ’22 led the team to a 13-2 overall record and a 5-1 league record. Bundy set the all-time low for single season scoring average at 71.5 strokes. Bundy also won the individual IAC title, while Charlie Lynn ’23 placed second, and Bates placed eighth. All three were selected to The Washington Post's 2022 Spring All-Mets boys' team for golf and earned all-league honors. The Bears took the top prize at the Freeman Memorial Tournament at Bear Trap Dunes against St. Paul’s School, Mercersburg Academy, and St. Albans.  


Under the leadership of Head Coach Will McGettigan, the Bears finished 11-7 overall and went 3-2 in league play. The team reached the semi-finals of the IAC tournament. Season highlights include beating Georgetown Prep 6-5 in the regular season and beating Severna Park, the winners of the Maryland 3A championship. Cullen Brown ’22, Jackson Galiani ’22, Kevin Miller ’24, Anthony Panetti ’24, and Hunter Taylor ’22 earned all-IAC honors.  Brown and Taylor were selected to The Washington Post’s 2022 All-Mets second team for boys’ lacrosse.

Outdoor Track & Field  

The Bears finished with an overall record of 23-18 and finished sixth in the league. Asim Hakim-Florian ’23 earned all-IAC and all-State honors. Led by Head Coach Addison Hunt and team captain Brian White ’23, the team won the Rice Relays for the first time in school history.  


Head Coach Keith Oberg credits great recruiting by captains Jack Farber ’22 and George Nasr ’22 and coaches for the roster reaching the highest number in team history with 36 players. In the opening league match versus Gonzaga Black, the Bears lost a heartbreaker 22-20. However, the boys redoubled their efforts and won five league games in a row, including a 28-12 win over Gonzaga Black in the league tournament final at Gonzaga’s stadium. They claimed the MAVRC Division 2 Championship.  


Led by Head Coach WT Miller ’86 and captains Thomas Eusse ’23 and Cormic McNamara ’22, the Bears ended the season tied for third place in the league with a 2-3 record and 6-5 overall record. The team defeated Georgetown Prep 7-0 to advance to the semi-finals of the IAC.  

Ultimate Frisbee 

Coaches Bryan Calloway and Kevin Hetzel took pride in the leadership from captains Zac Osmond ’22, Daniel Samuel ’22, and Benny Starks ’22. The team finished with a 1-2 record.  

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