11 Eagles Earn All-Met Honors, Bollman '24 is Soccer PoY

Congratulations to the following student athletes who made Washington Post All Met honors for their respective sport this fall.
Cross Country
Honorable Mention: Matt Podratsky '25, Lucas Rohde '24
1st Team: Evan Link '23
"A three-year starter for the Eagles, Link yielded zero sacks in his senior season. Committed to Michigan." -Washington Post
2nd Team: Daniel Holmes '24
Honorable Mention: Cody Hobson '24, Markeith Hogan '23
Player of the Year: Daniel Bollman '24
"A dangerous striker, Bollman was the not-so-secret goal-scoring weapon of a Gonzaga team that will be remembered on Eye Street for a long time. The skilled and shifty junior scored 18 goals as the Eagles went undefeated for the first time in two decades, winning both the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference and D.C. State Athletic Association titles." -Washington Post
1st Team: Stefan Gately '23
"A standout on the Eagles’ fearsome back line, Gately had an undeniable hand in the Eagles’ undefeated year." -Washington Post
1st Team: Tommy McKinnon '23
"Through Gonzaga’s undefeated 26-game season, the senior keeper gave up just nine goals in his first year as a starter." -Washington Post
2nd Team: Colin Prendergast '23
Honorable Mention: Leo Marques De Costa '23
Click here for complete Washington Post Fall Sports All Met coverage.

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