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Congratulations to Tess D’Orsi ’16, who was just named to the 25-player training roster for the U.S. Women’s National Under-19 Lacrosse Team. A rising Fifth Former from Sudbury, MA, D’Orsi was the leading scorer on this past spring’s 15-2 St. Mark’s Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse team, earning All-Independent School League (ISL), All-New England, and All-American honors for her efforts.
Two members of this spring’s 15-2 Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse team were named First Team All-Americans by US Lacrosse, the governing body of high school lacrosse nationwide. Mikaela Karlsson ’14 was recognized as an All-American for the second year in a row, while Tess D'Orsi '16 earned her first All-Amerocan nod. In addition, five St. Mark’s girls’ lacrosse players—Hope D'Orsi '14, Maddie Torgerson ’15, Lizzy MacDougall ’14, and Kieran Burke ’14, along with Karlsson—were recognized by US Lacrosse as Academic All-Americans.
This past Saturday, June 14, as part of the St. Mark’s 2014 Reunion Weekend, seven graduates were inducted into the St. Mark’s Athletic Hall of Fame. One coach and St. Markers from each of the past five decades were welcomed into the SM Hall at a ceremony in the Hinkle Room by Head of School John C. Warren ’74 and Tarah Donoghue Breed ’00, Chair of the SM Athletic Hall of Fame Committee. Following a special video presentation—St. Mark’s Athletics Past & Present—each inductee was introduced by a presenter, and then accepted membership in the St. Mark’s Athletic Hall of Fame.
Two St. Mark’s graduates—Liza McBride ’11 and Aisling Ryan ’10—excelled at this year’s NCAA Women’s Rowing Championship Regatta, held on June 1st at Indianapolis. McBride, a junior, was part of the Princeton 2nd Varsity boat that won a Silver Medal, in an amazing finish against #1 Ohio State, the top women's rowing program in the country. Ryan, a senior at Bates, rowed in the 1st Varsity 8 boat which finished fourth overall in the Grand Final, as the 4th fastest Division III crew in the nation.
The school year may be over, but the echoes of St. Mark’s athletic successes continue to reverberate. At Prize Day, Sixth Formers Sam Ward and Kearan Burke were presented with the School’s highest athletic honor—the Fearing Athletic Prizes. On the season, St. Mark’s tied with Groton for a share of the Burnett-Peabody Bowl, with 19-19-2 record between the two longtime rivals this past school year. For the second year in a row, the Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse team finished at 15-2, matching its winningest season ever and once again 2nd place in the ISL. Their .882 winning percentage earned them the Wiedergott Award for the spring. Both the 3rd and 4th boats for Boys’ Varsity Crew finished the season impressively at this year’s New England Interscholastic Rowing Association Regatta this past Saturday on Lake Quinsigamond.
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