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.
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.
Sacred Heart Greenwich produced a winning performance at the inaugural U.S. Interscholastic Team Squash Championships on Saturday.
Victorious in all three of its matches, Sacred Heart’s varsity B team won the tournament, which was coordinated by US Squash and held in Providence, Rhode Island.
Director of Athletics Liz Dennison shares thoughts on building leadership and communication skills outside the classroom.
Over 60 volunteers from Sacred Heart Greenwich spent time with people in need at four New York sites this past weekend for the school’s second annual Day of Service. The volunteer groups of parents, students, members of the board of trustees and alumnae went to Port Chester and Rye Brook charitable organizations and out on the streets in New York City.
It was a historic fall for Sacred Heart athletics! In sum, we won the Class A New England Championship in Field Hockey, two teams qualified for NEPSAC post-season tournaments (Volleyball and Field Hockey), had two FAA Regular Season Champions (Soccer and Field Hockey), strong finishes and racing across the board, four undefeated middle school teams, and individual improvement and development from all our student-athletes.
Sacred Heart Greenwich’s 2019 field hockey team will long be remembered by the school as the squad that made program history. Years from now, Sacred Heart alumnae will look back on the 2019 team that accomplished a first — capturing a long-awaited title. Scoring two-second half goals, top-seeded Sacred Heart Greenwich put the finishing touch on a brilliant season by winning the NEPSAC Class A Tournament with a dramatic 2-1 victory over third-seeded Tabor Academy in Sunday’s championship game at The Rivers School. The triumph gave the Tigers their first NEPSAC championship trophy.
The Sacred Heart Greenwich field hockey team is one win away from attaining its ultimate goal. The top-seeded Tigers advanced to the championship game of the NEPSAC Class A Tournament with a 3-1 win over fourth-seeded Westminster School.
For the nearly 500 girls in the Greenwich area who are passionate about soccer, Saturday was a very special day. United States Women’s National Team standout Megan Rapinoe, who took home the gold during this past summer’s FIFA World Cup tournament, took her clinic to the turf at Sacred Heart Greenwich, inspiring young athletes and teaching them about soccer, determination and life.
Megan Rapinoe, one of the world’s best and most famous soccer players, made a pit stop in Greenwich on Saturday to run a camp for 350 kids, giving technical tips and words of wisdom to the young players. And then she was gone, sprinting from the clinic at 3 p.m. to fly to a meeting with the U.S. women’s national soccer team. A lot has changed in the past year for Rapinoe, who put on a soccer camp at this same time last year with her sister Rachael at Sacred Heart Greenwich. In 2018, the purple-haired player from Seattle was training for the World Cup. This year, she returned as a winner and one of the sport’s most recognized players, drawing a much bigger crowd of young players eager to learn from her.