14 Eagles Named to Winter All-Met Teams, Kilner '16 Named Coach of the Year

Twelve student-athletes were named to Washington Post All-Met teams for their outstanding play this winter. Here is the list of honorees: 

1st Team: Nykolas Lewis '25
  • According to the Post: "He inherited a heap of responsibility and handled it with impressive ease. The high-powered Lewis averaged 17 points, 6.9 rebounds and 4.3 assists."
Honorable Mention: Derek Dixon '25
Honorable Mention: Hamilton Nordwind '24, Aidan Petretich '23

Indoor Track
Honorable Mention: Kelvin Winston '25

Swim & Dive
Coach Of The Year: Brian Kilner '16
200 Free Relay: Lucas Zidlicky '23, Jack Moloney '23, Palmer Bice '25, Aiden Bond '23
400 Free Relay:  Malcolm McKenzie '24, Jack Moloney '23, Palmer Bice '25, Aiden Bond '23

1st Team: Aiden Bond '23
  • According to the Post: "Bond executed multiple come-from-behind victories as the anchor of the Eagles’ 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams. His 20.10 split in the final 50 of the 200 freestyle relay at WMPSSDLs was enough to snag first place despite trailing by more than a second heading into the last leg."
2nd Team: Jack Moloney '23
Honorable Mention: Palmer Bice '25, Malcolm McKenzie '24
Honorable Mention: Ajani Bond '23, Jack McDonough '23, Braeden Meeker '25

Congratulations to all!
Celebrating 200 Years of Jesuit Education in the Nation's Capital