Athletic News and Notes

List of 10 news stories.

  • All-Area Soccer

    Congratulations to the following athletes who earned All-Area honors for soccer: Lucy Mitchell (First Team), Lilly Tapp (First Team), Ashley Binney (First Team), Jonathan Lopez (First Team), Javy Martinez (First Team), Cady Triplett (Second Team), Lindsey Suits (Second Team), Sammy Johnson (Second Team), Alex Cardile (Second Team), Julian Fernandes (Second Team), and Aidan Kresl (Second Team).
  • Kerr Named Player of the Year by USA Today

    Congratulations to Jahni Kerr who was named Softball Player of the Year for the Atlanta division of USA Today's High School Sports Awards.
  • Pierce Named Positive Athlete Regional Award Winner

    Congratulations to Kensie Pierce who was named the 2019-2020 Regional Award Winner for Girls Track and Field by Positive Athlete. See full list here.
  • Wolf Named Will Jackson Award Recipient

    Congratulations to Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Dustin Wolf who has been named the 2020 Will Jackson Award recipient. The Athletic Department is grateful for the way Coach Wolf pursues excellence and furthers the Christian mission of the school by his example and work.
  • Wesleyan Athletics Spring Signing Day

    Wesleyan School is proud to have seven athletes signing this spring to play their respective sport at the next level! Watch this video to hear our coaches and teachers talk about each of these athletes below:

    Wyatt Copeland – Johns Hopkins (baseball)
    Jamie LaFramboise – Centre College (baseball)
    Meredith Mangum – Franklin and Marshall (volleyball)
    Lucy Mitchell – Notre Dame (soccer)
    Micah Smith - Georgia Southern (football)
    Ben Tallant 
    – Northeastern University (rowing)
    Mark Tucker – North Georgia (baseball)
  • Girls First, Boys Second for Middle School Track and Field

    The Middle School girls track team continued their winning ways in a dominant manner at Woodward Academy, with many personal records and team score contributors. Abbey Suits and Audrey Doss each contributed 12 points, scoring in each of their three individual events. The boys team was narrowly edged out, finishing in second place, with Hayden Ausherman scoring 16 team points and Will Kennedy contributing 13 points. See full meet results here.
  • Strong Day for Track and Field in Competitive Home Meet

    The Varsity track and field team hosted Blessed Trinity, Westminster, and King’s Ridge on Wednesday. Standout performances for the girls were Emrie Harbour (1st pole vault, 1st 100 meter hurdles), Jahni Kerr (1st 100 meter), Sade Ojanuga (1st high jump), Abby Scott (1st long jump), Nea Sanders (1st triple jump), Imani Washington (1st shot put), and Margaret Dudley (2nd 100 meter hurdles, 2nd 300 meter hurdles). Strong finishers for the boys were Josh Aspinwall (1st shot put), William Bruehl (1st 200 meter), Christopher Harrell (1st pole vault), Micah Smith (1st long jump, 2nd 200 meter), Mac Howie (2nd 1600 meter), Grant Hill (2nd 400 meter), and Jackson Walls (2nd 800 meter). See full meet results here.
  • Varsity Tennis Sweeps the Storm

    The Varsity girls and boys tennis teams defeated Providence on Wednesday. Click here for recap.
  • Area Wins for Varsity Soccer Teams

    The Varsity girls and boys soccer teams defeated Providence at home on Tuesday. See recaps here.
  • Howie, McDaniel Compete at Milton Invitational

    Mac Howie and Stafford McDaniel competed in the 13th Annual Milton Invitational Showcase on Saturday at Milton High School. Howie won the 2 mile race with a time of 9:58, while McDaniel finished in 4th place with a lifetime PR of 10:16. See full meet results here.

Alumni News

List of 10 news stories.

  • Kavel Earns Three Awards to Lead Duke Softball

    Congratulations to Jameson Kavel, class of 2017, who earned 3 different awards at the end of season banquet for the Duke softball team. Kavel won the MVP Award, Golden Spikes Award, and the Golden Glove Award for the Blue Devils. See story here.
  • Armstrong Earns All So-Con Honors for Samford

    Congratulations to Natalie Armstrong, class of 2017 and Samford University standout, who was named First Team All-Southern Conference by the coaches and media. See story here.
  • Booker Named to Southern Conference All Defensive Team

    Congratulations to Cairo Booker, class of 2016, who earned All Defensive Team honors by the Southern Conference for the second year in a row. See story here.
  • Hodges Wins Third BCS Conference Title

    Congratulations to Jalen Hodges, class of 2016, who won the conference championship in the high jump for Winthrop University. See story here.
  • Archer ('16) Eager to Return to Action for the Jackets

    Andy Archer, class of 2016 and redshirt junior for Georgia Tech, looks forward to returning to the mound after elbow surgery forced him to sit out last season. See story here.
  • Armstrong Earns Conference Athlete of the Month Honors

    Congratulations to Natalie Armstrong, class of 2017, who was named Southern Conference Athlete of the Month for her performance on the basketball court for the Samford Bulldogs. See story here.
  • Hodges Wins High Jump in Season Opener for Winthrop

    Congratulations to Jalen Hodges, class of 2016, who won the high jump title for Winthrop University in their season opener at the Thundering Herd Invitational at Marshall University over the weekend. See story here.
  • 2020 Athletics Circle of Honor Inductions

    Congratulations to Cort Coxhead '14, Rhett Delk '13, and Kelly Hall Stafford '07 who were inducted into the Wesleyan Athletics Circle of Honor on Friday evening.
  • Strickland Named to All-Decade Tennis Team

    Congratulations to Sophia Strickland, class of 2016, who was named to the Women's Tennis All-Decade Team for Johns Hopkins. Strickland, a team captain who plays #2 singles and #1 doubles, was one of two active players to receive this honor, along with her current doubles partner. See story here.
  • Love of Baseball Remains Strong for Hall

    A career-ending back injury as a freshman at Georgia Tech derailed plans for Carter Hall (class of 2015) to continue his baseball career, but his hopes of working in professional baseball in a non-playing compacity remain strong. See story here.