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Water Polo- DC Metro Champs
Football- Jesuit Gridiron & Great American Rivalry
Baseball- DCSAA Champs
Lacrosse- WCAC Champs 6th straight
Rugby-National Champs 2nd straight, MAVRC Champs 8th straight
Crew- National Champs 2nd straight, (WMIRA) 4th straight, (Stotesbury) 4th straight
Basketball- WCAC Champs
Swimming & Diving- (WMPSSDL) 5th straight
Soccer- DCSAA Champs
Football- DCSAA Champs, Jesuit Gridiron & Great American Rivalry
Rugby (MAVRC) 7th straight-NATIONAL CHAMPS!
Crew (WMIRA) 3rd straight (Stotesbury) 3rd straight-NATIONAL CHAMPS!
Lacrosse (WCAC) 5th straight
Tennis (WCAC) 5th straight
Swimming & Diving (WMPSSDL) 4th straight
Ice Hockey (MAPHL) 2nd straight
Indoor Track (DCSAA State Champs) 2nd straight
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"A Year In Review" 2014-2015 Gonzaga Sports:
Water Polo- TheVarsity finished the season with a 8-7 record and finished in 6th place at the Easterns. The JV finished with a record of 10-10.
Cross Country- The Varsity finished in 2nd place in the WCAC Championships. The Eagles finished in the top 5 in 8 of their 10 events they participated in. They finished in 3rd place at the DC/MD Private School Championships and in 2nd at the Jesuit Championships. The Varsity B team finished in 2nd place at the WCAC Championships. Fernando Mata won the overall Varsity B race. Freshman finished in 1st place at WCAC’s. John Travis won the overall Freshman race.
1st Team: Jacob Floam, Harry Monroe and Will Wimbush
Honorable Mention Washington Post All-Met: Jacob Floam
Soccer- The Varsity finished their season with a record of 12-6-3. Gonzaga hosted the Jesuit Soccer Classic at the end of September. Guest Jesuit schools included Regis (CO), Rockhurst (MO) and Marquette High (WI). Two games were played on Friday afternoon and two games on Saturday morning. The Eagles finished as the 3 seed in the WCAC and lost to O’Connell 1-0 in the Quarterfinals of the WCAC Playoffs. The Eagles finished the season by winning their first DC State Soccer Championship as they defeated St. Alban’s 2-1 in the 2nd overtime.
1st Team: Phil Littleton, Matt McCann
2nd Team: Connor Gallagher
Honorable Mention: John Maier, R.J. Moore, Ned Treacy
Honorable Mention Washington Post All-Met: Phil Littleton and Ryan Sawczuk
Football- Under first year Head Coach Randy Trivers,the Varsity finished the season with a record of 10-3. After an 8-2 regular season the Eagles lost to DeMatha 21-14 in the semifinals of the WCAC Playoffs. The team played in their first DC State Tournament and defeated Friendship Collegiate 20-19 in the semifinals. The Eagles defeated HD Woodson 29-6 to win their first ever DC State Championship. They JV finished the year with a record of 3-3 and the freshman finished the season with a record of 5-2.
1st Team: Reggie Corbin, Brian Johnson, Richie Petitbon
2nd Team: DeAndre Easterling, Jabari Greenwood, Sean Fitzgerald, Marcus Lewis, Tyree Randolph
3rd Team: Jack Carroll,Nick Johns, Johnny Jordan, Sammy Morrison, Luke Prominski, Kyle Taylor
Honorable Mention: Nasheed Bridgeman, Nate Hiligh, Griffin Jackson, Rahshan Jones, Nigel Robinson
1st Team Washington Post All-Met: Richie Petitbon
Honorable Mention Washington Post All-Met: Reggie Corbin, Jabari Greenwood
DC Gatorade Player of the Year: Richie Petitbon
Basketball- The Varsity finished the season with a record of 25-12. The Eagles went on an eight game winning streak in the WCAC and defeated DeMatha in a thrilling WCAC Championship game 77-68 in double overtime. The Eagles went on to play in their first ever DC State Tournament and the Alhambra Tounament. They lost in the finals of the DC State and lost in the semifinals of the Alhambra. The JV Team finished with a record of 19-3 and the Freshman had a record of 17-2.
1st Team: Bryant Crawford, Chris Lykes, Sam Miller
Honorable Mention: Miles Dread, Jabari Greenwood, Perntiss Hubb, Eddie Scott, Nigel Stewart
1st Team Washington Post All-Met: Bryant Crawford
2nd Team Washington Post All-Met: Sam Miller
3rd Team Washington Post All-Met: Chris Lykes
DC Gatorade Player of the Year: Bryant Crawford
Hockey- Under 1st year Head Coach Bill Slater, the Varsity had another outstanding year and finished with a record of 22-3-3. They lost to Calvert Hall 4-1 in the MAPHL semifinals to end a tough year for the group after the loss of their good friend and teammate Dominik Pettey at the start of the year. The V2 Team finished with a record of 14-6-3 and the JV Team finished with a record of 7-5-1.
1st Team: Patrick Fergus
2nd Team: Ridge Slater
1st Team Washington Post All-Met: Patrick Fergus, Chris Maloni
Honorable Mention Washington Post All-Met: Henry Chastain, Ridge Slater, Mackie Wheeler
Swim & Dive- Swimming and Diving completed their season with an 8-2 record in duals. They finished in 3rd place at the National Catholic Championships and won their 5th consecutive WMPSSDL Championship and came in 2nd place at the Metro Championships.
WMPSSDL All League Individual: Ryan Baker
1st Team Washington Post All Met: Ryan Baker and Brennan Novak
Honorable Mention All Met: Jase Ashkin Tom Benson, Tom Cosgrove
Wrestling- The Varsity completed the season with a 8-8 record in duals. The Eagles finished in 4th place at the WCAC Championships and 2nd Place at the DC Championships. Senior Nick Skalka,, Juniors Bailey Ogilvie and Will MacDonald, and Freshman Nathan Thacker finished in 1st place in their weight class and represented Gonzaga at the Nationals. At the Nationals Thacker finished in 2nd place and Will MacDonald finished in 5th place. Thacker finished the year with a 58-3 record.
1st Team Washington Post All-Met: Nathan Thacker
Lacrosse- The Varsity finished the season with a record of 18-3 and won their 6th consecutive WCAC Championship. The Eagles defeated Paul VI 12-5 in the WCAC Final. The Eagles currently have a 65 game winning streak against WCAC opponents. The Junior Varsity had a record of 10-4 and the freshman finished the season with a record of 8-5.
1st Team: George Christopher, Ryan Finlay, Nick McEvoy, Timmy Monahan, Ridge Slater
2nd Team: Henry Chastain,Luke McCaleb, Avery Myers
Honorable Mention: Richie Petitbon, Luke Vassos
1st Team Washington Post All-Met and Player of the Year: Timmy Monahan
2nd Team All Met: Ridge Slater
Honorable Mention All Met: George Christopher, Ryan Finlay, Avery Myers, Nick McEvoy
Baseball- The Varsity finished the season with an overall record of 18-12. The Eagles lost in the semifinals of the WCAC Playoffs to DeMatha. In the DC State Tournament the Eagles went on to defeat Maret in the semifinals 6-0 and defeated St. Alban’s 2-1 to win their first DC State Championship. The JV Purple finished the season with a record of 11-6 and the JV White finished with a record of 7-11.
1st Team: John McQuillen
2nd Team: Matt Dorris, Matt Flagg, Will Thomas
Honorable Mention: George Casey, Ryan Donellan, Brendan Gibson, Cullen McGee, Michael Murray
Honorable Mention All Met: John McQuillen
Tennis- The varsity tennis team finished in 2nd place this weekend in the WCAC Tennis Tournament with 27 points, behind 1st place winners O'Connell who finished with 35 points. Junior Dominick Perez won an epic 2-hour battle to become the #1 singles champion by a score of 11-9 over O'Connell's Pat Hughes. Perez also completed the 2015 season undefeated. At #2 singles, junior Tommy Clare played near-perfect tennis to secure the #2 singles championship, and senior Armand Keshishian was the #6 singles champion, going undefeated on the season as well.
1st Team All-Met Washington Post: Dominick Perez
Golf- The Varsity finished the season with a record of 11-0 and won the WCAC Championships for the 5th time in 6 years. Sophomore Chase Nalls finished in 3rd place low medalist. The Eagles finished in 2nd place at the Metros.
1st Team: Chase Nalls, Jackson Mote
2nd Team: Matthew Barnes, Tyler Olmsted, Brad Whitaker, Teddy Zinsner
Honorable Mention All Met: Chase Nalls, Teddy Zinsner
Track- The Varsity finished the season in 4th place at the WCAC Championships.
Top Gonzaga finishes at WCAC Championship
Aaron Elder Discus
Jabari Bennett Shot Put
Shareek Branch 800 Meter Run
William Healy 100 Meter Hurdles and 300 Meter Hurdles
4 x 200 Meter Relay Ebruba Gbemiye-ett, Shareek Branch, William Healy and Tre Jones
4 x 800 Meter Relay Shareek Branch, Will Wimbush, Phil Caldwell and Michael Gold
Crew- In 2015 Gonzaga Crew added to its growing resume of championships. The program repeated as W.M.I.R.A. Champions, winning 4 out of the 5 eight-oared events. The varsity eight won the Stotesbury Cup for the fourth straight year, the first team to accomplish this feat in over 50 years. The second eight earned silver at the Stotesbury Cup. At the Scholastic Rowing Association of America Championships (S.R.A.A.), Gonzaga won the varsity eight for the second straight year, the program's 4th victory in this event over the past seven years. The second eight also won the its event at S.R.A.A. Championships in a photo finish. Finally, during July the varsity eight raced at the Henley Royal Regatta in England, where it advanced to the semi-finals, a best-ever finish for Gonzaga.
1st Team Washington Post All-Met: Patrick Dent, Kevin Garvis
Honorable Mention All Met: Woods Connell, Quillin Gaffey
Washington Post All-Met Best Boat: Gonzaga First Eight
Rugby-2015 was another magical year for Gonzaga Rugby. The Varsity defended their National Title defeating Jesuit High from Sacramento, CA 15-5 in a rematch of the prior 2 years final. Highlights include defeating defending and current National Club Champions Cathedral High, tour to Chile, trip to Canada and defeating the number 1 and 4 ranked teams in Ontario, defeating 9 Nationally ranked teams including 7 time National Champ Jesuit High from Sacramento, CA. in the National Championship. The eagles also picked up their 7th MAVRC title as well as their 6th consecutive Jesuit Rugby Classic championship.
MAVRC 1st Team All Met: Dan Callahan, Jack Carroll, Reggie Corbin, D’Andre Easterling, Sean Fitzgerald, Patrick Hesse, Jack Iscaro, Rahshan Jones, Dante Lopresti, Jack Perry, Patrick Sheehy, Nick Skalka
MAVRC 2nd Team All Met: Jack Carroll, Tyree Randolph, Michael Schincovich
All American: Jack Iscaro