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At Sacred Heart, the HONOR-HEART-HUSTLE displayed by our athletes extends into the classroom too. Learn more from Liz Dennison, Director of Athletics, about the communication and leadership skills honed by our student athletes.

Athletic News

Gametime CT: Sacred Heart eighth-grader Caroline Fouts earns All-American squash honors

It certainly didn’t take long for Caroline Fouts to make a positive impact as an eighth-grader on the Sacred Heart Greenwich squash team.

Fouts promptly earned the No. 1 spot on the team and was difficult to defeat throughout the season for the Tigers, who produced their best showing in program history at the 2020 U.S. High School Team Squash Championships.

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Sacred Heart Greenwich will be honoring our Class of 2020 spring student-athletes over the course of the next two weeks. Stay tuned for daily articles highlighting each sport and our senior athletes!

Track and Field is not like any other sport. The team consists of student-athletes that do field events, running events, or both. This spring, all of our Track and Field student-athletes were looking forward to a great season. The team is the reigning FAA Champions from 2019, and set the goal of defending their title this spring before the season was suspended. 

The team, led by seniors Taylor O’Meara. and Gabby Petrizzo, was enthusiastic and hardworking from day one. The roster of 21 consisted of six seniors;  Celia Daigle, Olivia Gasvoda, Elisa Howard, Taylor O’Meara, Gabby Petrizzo, and Jenna Washington. The team and coaches will miss each of these students next year, and wish them all the best in their future endeavors!

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Sacred Heart Greenwich will be honoring our Class of 2020 spring student-athletes over the course of the next two weeks. Stay tuned for daily articles highlighting each sport and our senior athletes!

Coaches from Softball have collectively stated that the team showed up everyday to practice and compete, but enjoyed each other’s company most of all.  Bus rides home were always cheerful, no matter the outcome of the game.   They loved the little things like  sunny game days or one big catch in the outfield.   They all supported each other, win or lose.  Seniors Bridget Cobb ‘20 and Bridget Hamlet ‘20 will be missed by their Softball family! 

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Sacred Heart Greenwich will be honoring our Class of 2020 spring student-athletes over the course of the next two weeks. Stay tuned for daily articles highlighting each sport and our senior athletes!

Our senior rowers were gearing up for their culminating spring season, with lofty goals for a program that has seen continued improvement and success over the past fall and spring seasons. While the season was unfortunately and unexpectedly cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, these seniors took the change in stride and have continued to make the most of every day, practice, and season- including this spring. 

“This Class of 2020, even through these unexpected challenging times, have managed to leave behind a great legacy of great sportsmanship, resilience and positivity which I am sure will be embraced and strengthened by future generations to come,” commented head coach Costel Mutescu.

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Sacred Heart Greenwich will be honoring our Class of 2020 spring student-athletes over the course of the next two weeks. Stay tuned for daily articles highlighting each sport and our senior athletes!

The Water Polo team is in their 3rd season this spring, after bursting onto the New England scene in 2019 in only their second year as a program, and first as a full NEPSAC member. With a final regular season win 4-1 over Hopkins, the team earned their first-ever invitation to the New England Water Polo Tournament as the #5 seed. At the New England tournament, the team posted a win in its first game but fell in the semifinal round to the eventual champion. The team finished 4th in New England. 

Much of this success and positive team atmosphere has been led by the senior leader and co-captain, Christine Plaster. The team and coaches will miss her leadership and skills in the pool next year.

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Sacred Heart Greenwich will be honoring our Class of 2020 spring student-athletes over the course of the next two weeks. Stay tuned for daily articles highlighting each sport and our senior athletes!

The class of 2020 seniors were an integral part of the development and national- level success of the Sacred Heart Lacrosse program. Their love, passion, and dedication to this sport and their teammates over the past four years has set a high standard for the teams that follow. On and off the field these seniors gave it their all. The Sacred Heart community is grateful for everything they have given to the program and will miss them deeply.

“The coaching staff has been privileged to get to know such a wonderful and outstanding class of student athletes. Through unique circumstances this class has shown unbelievable maturity, positivity and leadership that will make them very successful in their future. Thank you seniors for all that you have given to the SH Lacrosse Program over the past four years” - SH Lacrosse Coaching Staff.

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Sacred Heart Greenwich will be honoring our Class of 2020 spring student-athletes over the course of the next two weeks. Stay tuned for daily articles highlighting each sport and our senior athletes!

Our seniors were looking forward to their last tennis season this spring, after such a successful 2019 season finishing 3rd in the FAA and earning an invitation to the NEPSAC Class A tournament, their first since 2016. Sadly, it was cut short due to the coronavirus, but they have kept their spirit up by training and doing zoom meetings together as a team.

“Although [their] journey was cut short, I am filled with pride by the way [they] carr[ied] on and commend [them] for modeling the ideals of athletics through spirit, enthusiasm, and leadership on and off the court!” commented Jenn Bensen, Head of the Upper School. “Thank you seniors for being a part of the Sacred Heart tennis family.”

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Sacred Heart Greenwich will be honoring our Class of 2020 spring student-athletes over the course of the next two weeks. Stay tuned for daily articles highlighting each sport and our senior athletes!

Sacred Heart Greenwich Golf- Class of 2020

Despite the interruption in our spring 2020 athletic season, the two senior student-athletes on the Sacred Heart Golf team deserve to be celebrated for their efforts and accomplishments while representing the Sacred Heart on the course. Carly Haines and Katherine (Mae) Harkins were looking forward to teeing up what was sure to be a fun and successful senior spring. Both players returned to the team for a fourth year and had high hopes of leading the program and their teammates.

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In the Sacred Heart Greenwich community, varsity and junior varsity spring sports teams have been keeping the team atmosphere alive during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.  Although new COVID-19 public health guidelines canceled their seasons, the teams have been utilizing Zoom Video Communications, Incorporated, an American communications technology company, to host team meetings with coaches and players. 

Read More about King Street Chronicle: Spring sports teams together in heart while apart

Ten Sacred Heart Greenwich athletes received postseason honors, after excelling in their respective sports during the winter season.

Senior Leah Atkins was a NEPSAC Class A All-Star Team selection and was an All-FAA Second Team selection. A guard/captain, Atkins was one of the leading scorers for the Tigers, who advanced to the semifinal-round of the FAA Tournament.

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