Gonzaga Sports Program Earns Top Ranking by Washington Post

On Sunday, July 16, the Washington Post published a ranking of high school sports programs in the area, recognizing Gonzaga as the region’s top boys private school athletic program during the 2022-2023 school year. “Hail Gonzaga,” the story said. “The Northwest D.C. school was competitive in just about every sport, even in the ever-competitive WCAC.” Click here to read the entire article.

Gonzaga edged St. John's by earning 126 points from All-Met selections, including one Player of the Year (soccer's Daniel Bollman '26), two Coach of the Year selections (swimming's Brian Kilner '16 and crew's Tom Daley), 12 first-teamers, four second-teamers and 24 honorable mentions. Click here to see our selections from the Fall, here to see our honorees from the Winter, and here to see those from the Spring.

Additionally, the Eagles were credited with 120 points for team postseason accolades (four championships and four runner-up finishes) and 77 points for earning top rankings at the end of their seasons (No. 1 in boys' soccer, No. 5 in boys' lacrosse and ice hockey, No. 7 in boys' basketball and No. 10 in wrestling).

The honor is a fitting tribute to the program that late Athletic Director Joe Reyda ‘85 oversaw, supported, and helped to build over his 22 years leading the department.

Congratulations to all of our coaches and student-athletes on this deserving recognition!
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