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.
Varsity Field Hockey Coach Alex Gheorghe named MAX Field Hockey 2019 Northeast Region and Connecticut State Coach of the Year.
Director of Athletics Liz Dennison today announced Ed Metzendorf as the next head coach of Varsity Tennis at Sacred Heart Greenwich. Coach Metzendorf assumes the reigns as head coach as former Head Coach Anne Fraser takes a step back from the head coaching role.
he month of January has been an active and thorough one for the U.S. Women’s National Team Junior High Performance Staff. With two rosters already solidified, the staff shifted to the U.S. U-16 and Rise (O-16) Women’s National Team Selection Camps, which were held January 20 to 22 in Lancaster, Pa. After an extensive evaluation process of more than 72 hours, the Junior High Performance Staff is pleased to reveal the 2020 U.S. Rise Women’s National Team.
Coming off a season in which it advanced to the championship game of the FAA Tournament, then earned a berth into the NEPSAC Tournament for the first time in program history, the Sacred Heart Greenwich basketball team believes the potential is there for it to duplicate last season’s success.
“I feel we have the potential to get back to the FAA finals, but really I want to take it one day at a time and teach our team the right process,” Sacred Heart coach Ayo Hart said. “If we go through the right process we will be there at the end of the season.”
With Beth Yeager on the field, generating goals certainly hasn’t been an issue for the Sacred Heart Greenwich field hockey team.
Scoring on the Tigers, however, has been a problem for the opposition, with sophomore Caroline Nemec on the scene.
Thursday, the Sacred Heart duo once again, helped power the squad on each end of the field, resulting in another convincing win for their squad.