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GOOD PLAY


SPORTSWRAP


T’BRED MIDFIELDER RICHIE DAVIS ’14 PUTS UP A FIERCE DEFENSE AGAINST HAMILTON.


Tennis. The women won their fourth straight Liberty League title and com - peted in their eighth straight national DIII tournament. The team ranked 16th nationally, with a 17-4 overall record. League Player of the Year Lee Ford ’14 and Rookie of the Year Madeline Benn ’17 were doubles All-Americans. The men, 22nd nationally, won their seventh Liberty title and seventh consecutive trip to nationals. Player of the Year Oliver Lout- senko ’14 (at right) ranked 16th nationally in singles; he went All-America in sin- gles and also in doubles with Danny Knight ’14. Riding. The equestrians took third place at IHSA nationals, where they’ve finished in the top five for seven straight years, in- cluding championships in 2010 and 2013. Softball. First-year skipper Hannah Shalett was named Liberty’s Coach of the Year; she guided the team to the league tournament for the first time since 2010. The team was 14-20 overall and 6-6 in league play. The six league wins topped the previous three seasons combined. Lacrosse. The women just missed a Lib- erty tournament bid, with a 6-10 overall and 5-4 league record. Tyler Phillips ’17 was named Rookie of the Year; she led the team in scoring, with 39 goals and 12 assists. The men beat Clarkson and Trin- ity on the way to a 4-11 overall and 1-5 league record. With a team-high 27 goals and 10 assists, Quinn Hawkins ’14 made the Scholar All-America team. Baseball. The young squad finished 10- 25 overall and 3-19 in league play. Alex Pavelock ’14 earned league honors with his .323 batting average and .452 on- base percentage. Crew. Jake Dolgenos ’14 and Kelly Isham ’16 were All-Conference hon- orees. Dolgenos was in the men’s var - sity eight that earned a berth in the NY State Grand Final for the first time in 15 years, and Isham was in the women’s varsity four that took sixth at the NY State cham pionships and second in the Liberty championships. Golf. The T’breds advanced to the league championship, losing by 3-1 to the Uni- versity of Rochester. Mackenzie Denver ’16 earned All-Northeast honors.


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