St. Mary’s Dominican High School honored student-athletes for winter and spring sports during two awards nights. Five senior athletes were presented with End of the Year Athletic Awards.
Lou Reilly Memorial Awards were presented to the athletes who continually improved their skills and who listened to their coaches and teammates. The recipients were recognized for encouraging those playing while she is not in the game, and when playing, gives her full effort at each moment. The student-athletes themselves have a nominating vote in the selection of the award, while the final decisions are left to the discretion of the coaches.
JV SOCCER: Corinne Lannan
JV SOCCER: Grace Koenig
VARSITY SOCCER: Madison Trauth
The award is presented for outstanding academic achievement by maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher during the recipient’s academic career while participating in varsity high school athletics.
Betsy Cao (Track & Field)
Alaina Becnel (Track & Field)
Brooke Couret (Tennis)
Elise Raque (Track & Field)
Lauren Sekinger (Softball)
Madison Baglio (Track & Field)
Catherine Kernion (Track & Field)
Molly Stavinoha (Golf/Tennis)
Diya Sadhwani (Golf)
Sydney Sherman (Basketball/Softball)
Not pictured: Baileigh Goines (Track & Field), Lauren Lemonier (Track & Field), Marisol Torres (Track & Field), Kate Weiss (Track & Field)
A student-athlete’s six-semester GPA must have an unweighted 4.00. The award is presented for exemplary academic achievement by maintaining the highest Grade Point Average among all athletes during their academic career while participating in varsity high school athletics.
Catherine Kernion, Caroline Lavie, Madison Trauth, Kelsey Major, and Kate Baker
This award is presented to the senior who has participated in the most athletic teams throughout her Dominican career.
Presented to the senior who has participated in at least 2 varsity sports each year and has the highest cumulative GPA
This award is presented to the outstanding senior in athletics, leadership, and academic excellence.
Mrs. Lee Fernandez de la Reguera Pittman ’51 has demonstrated extraordinary support of Dominican’s Athletic Program. From her own participation in Dominican athletics as a member of the State Championship Basketball Team of 1951, to her present day game attendance and her extraordinary financial support of the athletic program, Mrs. Pittman’s dedication and commitment to Dominican exemplifies the highest level of Dominican team spirit. This award is presented to the overall varsity athlete who exhibits great athletic ability, strong character, and a positive attitude. She is a leader by example through her passion, encouragement, and true love of the game. This award is voted on by the entire coaching staff of Dominican High School.