Athletic News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Boys' V Squash Wins Opening Tournament

    Mercersburg defeated three other teams to win the St. Paul's (Brooklandville, Md) Boys' Squash Tournament November 21.
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  • Athletics Department Hands Out Fall Awards

    Varsity letters and special honors were presented to 121 athletes at the Fall Varsity Awards Ceremony November 13 in Ford Hall.
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  • Ugo Okolie ’15, Centennial Conference men’s soccer rookie of the year

    Alumni Athletes Making NCAA Mark This Fall

    Lee Owen
    As the fall sports season winds to a climactic end, numerous Mercersburg alumni athletes are making key contributions to their college teams. Some won conference championships and competed in regional and national NCAA championship events.
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  • Girls’ Swim Team Tops McDonogh

    Mercersburg rode victories in all the relays, and overall team depth in the individual events, to a 94-76 win over host McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.) in a girls’ swim meet November 10.
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  • L-R: Kate Hastings ’16, Jake Artz ’16, Molly Taylor  ’16

    Three Senior Athletes Announce Division I Commitments

    Lee Owen
    On November 11 (National Signing Day), three members of Mercersburg’s senior class committed to further their athletic careers in baseball, basketball, and crew (rowing) at the NCAA Division I level. They include Jake Artz ’16 (baseball, St. Joseph’s University), Kate Hastings ’16 (crew, University of Virginia), and Molly Taylor ’16 (basketball, Loyola University Maryland).
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Founded in 1893 in the heart of Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic, Mercersburg is a private, coed, college preparatory boarding school with approximately 440 students (15 percent are day), grades 9-12 and postgraduate.
We offer 170 courses, including AP and Honors, more than $6 million in financial aid, 26 varsity sports, and a state-of-the-art performing and visual arts center.
Located 90 minutes from Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, and within easy driving distance to New York City, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh.
300 East Seminary Street, Mercersburg PA 17236