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Hall of Fame


St. Mark’s School’s honors the most deserving of its past athletes with induction into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Eligibility is considered based on athletic accomplishments at St. Mark’s and beyond, but specifically how such participation has brought credit to the school and served as a model for its community.

Nominees may include alumni, former coaches, or others who have played a central roll in St. Mark’s athletics.

For an alum, performance both at SM and in the years since are essential. The selection process will pay close attention to a nominee’s performance while an athlete at the school, keeping in mind that sportsmanship, leadership, and teamwork are essential elements of athletic success at SM. But also of importance is performance or participation in athletics post-St. Mark’s that has brought credit to the school and has served as a model for the SM community.

For a coach, attention will be paid to a nominee’s extraordinary performance, keeping in mind that teaching and sportsmanship are essential values of good coaching. Other nominees — those not in the coach or athlete categories — need to have made contributions that have profoundly impacted the St. Mark’s athletic program.

To suggest a nominee, complete the nomination form. Nominees may be either living or deceased.


Inductees

Sydney Atkins Mason '01
A nine-letter athlete and Fearing Award recipient at St. Mark's, Sydney Atkins Mason's leadership and positive attitude impacted teammates of all ages. Sydney excelled in field hockey, soccer, ice hockey, and lacrosse at St. Mark's, serving as a tri-sport captain her VIth Form year.
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Ian Rosenberger '00
A substantial impact player and tri-sport Captain his VIth Form year, Ian Rosenberger was admired and respected by teammates in soccer, ice hockey, and lacrosse. At St. Mark's, Ian was a monitor, dorm proctor, president of the St. Mark's Athletic Association, and president of the St. Mark's Missionary Society.
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Genevieve Missirlian-Vartian '95
A nationally ranked ice hockey player during her years at St. Mark's School, Genevieve Missirlian-Vartian served as team Captain her VIth Form year. She was recruited by Boston College for their first Division I women's ice hockey season and she captained the team in her junior and senior years.
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David Sawyier '68
At St. Mark's School, David R. Sawyier was awarded both the Fearing Prize and Founder's Medal his VIth Form year – the first time these two awards were given to the same individual since 1890. Sawyier was Head Monitor and a soccer, basketball, and tennis stand-out, earning more than 10 letters.
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Tim Coy '67
Tim Coy entered St. Mark's School in 1962 in the IInd Form, and earned 11 varsity letters during his time in Southborough. Known by his teammates and opponents alike for his sportsmanship and unselfish play, Coy excelled in football, basketball, and crew.
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James Russell Lowell, Jr. '47 (d.)
A 10-letter winner and inspirational team player at St. Mark's School, James Russell Lowell, Jr. was known as "Gazelle Boy" for his swift movement on the field. Captain of football, ice hockey, and baseball, Lowell was said to be the hardest worker in both practices and games.
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Andy Harris
Andy Harris began coaching crew at St. Mark's while teaching at the Southborough School. In 1978, he founded the St. Mark's girls' crew program, with many of his earliest rowers veterans of the Southborough School experience.
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