With the Class of 2019, Colorado Academy celebrated a banner year for student-athletes. Typically, about 10 percent of students in the CA Senior class commit to post-high school sports. In 2019, 20 percent of our graduating students will go on to play a wide variety of sports at the Division I and Division III levels.
On April 11, at the CA Campus Center, Director of Athletics Bill Hall honored the Division III athletes and thanked the coaches, teachers, advisors, and parents who have helped them achieve success. He pointed out that all of these student-athletes have performed at a high level in many areas. They are multi-sport athletes who play instruments, sing in the choir, perform well academically, serve as student leaders, volunteer in the community, speak multiple languages, and perform on stage.
Hall recognized each individual student who will go on to play a Division III collegiate sport.
Mac Behrhorst will play lacrosse at Hamilton College.
Jackson Briggs will play soccer at Denison University.
Carter Coatsworth will play lacrosse at Connecticut College.
Dee Dennis will play basketball at Colorado College.
Ari Fierer will play baseball at Swarthmore College.
Ben Freeman will swim for Swarthmore College.
Aly Gallagher will swim for Claremont McKenna College.
Richter Jordaan will play tennis at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Sachin Mehta will fence sabre at Johns Hopkins University.
Lucy Myers will play volleyball at McDaniel College.
Charlie Parham will play soccer for Macalester College.
Cleo Smith will play lacrosse for Sewanee: The University of the South.
Hall also acknowledged students who signed letters earlier in the school year to compete at the Division I level:
Mari Annest will play soccer for Northwestern University.
Conner Brook will play lacrosse for Colgate University.
Michael Colpack, Jr. will play lacrosse for Marquette University.
Catie Groves will play soccer for the University of Richmond.
Caroline Jordaan will play golf at the University of Denver.
Sloane Murphy will play lacrosse at the University of Southern California.
Graham Osman will play baseball at Arizona State University.
Monika Williams will run track at Howard University.
Congratulations to all these outstanding young scholars and athletes!