St. George's Alumnus signed by Chicago Bears
One of St. George’s most promising football players of the modern era, Tyshon Henderson ’13 reached a remarkable milestone this past weekend when he learned he’d caught the attention of the National Football League: The Chicago Bears signed Tyshon as a free agent following the NFL Draft on Saturday in Philadelphia.
St. Mark's Grads in College Athletic Action This Past Winter
As the weather warms up and the winter gets further behind, St. Mark's looks back at the dozen alumni who saw athletic action in college and university squash, hockey, and basketball programs.
Thayer's Jeff Browne Wins 500th Career Meet
Thayer track coach Jeff Browne P'04, '05 won his 500th track meet last weekend at Tabor. This number of wins just includes his coaching career at Thayer, and doesn't include wins at championship meets, of which Thayer has many.
Mark Goodrich, Rivers '07 in New Role as Milton Academy Lacrosse Coach
The Rivers boys’ lacrosse program has produced more than 20 Division I college lacrosse players since Justin Walker took over as head coach in 2003. One of the most decorated of this group is Mark Goodrich ’07, who is now in his first season as head coach at Milton Academy. Goodrich returned to Waterman Field with his Milton Academy team on April 8 and gave the Red Wings a great game, but Rivers emerged with a 9-6 victory.
Casey Carreau '17of Thayer Wins John Carlton Memorial Trophy
Casey Carreau '17 received the John Carlton Memorial Trophy, which is awarded to the top high school hockey player in Eastern Massachusetts. He accepted the award at last night's Bruins game at the TD Garden. Carreau plans to attend Boston College next year. Congratulations, Casey!
Azar Swain: 2016-17 Gatorade Massachusetts Boys Basketball Player of the Year
In its 32nd year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, today announced Azar Swain of The Rivers School as its 2016-17 Gatorade Massachusetts Boys Basketball Player of the Year.
“Calm, collected confidence,” is how Brooks School’s boys 1st basketball coach John McVeigh described his team’s mindset going into the finals of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council’s winter tournament on Sunday evening. The attitude served them well.