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June 3, 2024

On Saturday, June 1, School awards were presented to those athletes who have displayed the highest distinction in sportsmanship, fellowship and individual skill.

The St. Paul’s School Awards

  • The Girls Basketball Award: Eleanor E. Pingree ‘24
  • The Boys Alpine Ski Award: Brewster W. Smyers ‘24
  • The Girls Alpine Ski Award: Logan J. Bensadoun ‘25
  • The Boys Nordic Ski Award: Jonathan W. Dase ‘24
  • The Girls Nordic Ski Award: Maeve C. O’Connell ‘24
  • The Girls Soccer Award: Georgia E. Bussey ‘24
  • The Softball Award: Alison A. Jankowski ‘24
  • The Tennis Award: Liz An Harder ‘25
  • The Boys Track Award: Ernest Obiorah ‘24
  • The Girls Track Award: Gabriella M. Martiniello ‘24
  • The Volleyball Award: Kennedy L. Hinojosa ‘24

The Named and Endowed Awards

The Buxton Wrestling Prize
Given by the alumni of the wrestling program to the member of the wrestling team who contributes the most to the program and carries forward the tradition of wrestling at St. Paul’s School.

Ernest C. Obiorah ‘24

The Barker Basketball Medal
Given by anonymous donors in 1972, it is awarded annually to the member of the SPS boys basketball team who attains the highest distinction in teamwork, sportsmanship and individual play.

Luke J. Newhall ‘24

The Beekman Pool Squash Racquets Award
Presented by Beekman H. Pool of the Form of 1928, it is awarded annually to the girls squash champion.

Calla S. Yim ’25

The Gilman Dorr Blake, Jr. Football Medal
Presented by Mr. & Mrs. Gilman Dorr Blake in memory of their son, Gilman Dorr Blake, Jr. of the Form of 1941, who gave his life for his country on January 20, 1945, the winner must be a worthy exponent not only of football ability but also of true sportsmanship.

Andrew J. Mihalak ‘24

The Howell P. Campbell Hockey Award
Presented by the masters of the School in memory of Howell P. Campbell of the Form of 1907, a master at the School from 1907 to 1953, it is awarded annually to the boy who throughout the school year has contributed most to the spirit and traditions of St. Paul’s School hockey.

Brad M. Cox ‘24

Ronald J. Clark Squash Cup
Given in 1978 by J. David Barrett IV of the Form of 1977 in honor of Ronald J. Clark – coach, teacher, friend – it is awarded annually to the boys senior squash champion.

Nathan S. Rosenzweig ‘24

The Coach’s Award
Presented by Ery W. Kehaya of the Form of 1942, it is awarded by the rowing coaches to the crew that has shown the teamwork, improvement and hard pulling characteristic of an outstanding crew.

Girls 3rd Boat: Bow: Maria de Lourdes Lujan Lalieu ‘26; No. 2: Eleanor F. Greene ‘27; No. 3: Ana V. Martinez ‘26; No. 4: Emerson E. Bentley ‘25; No. 5: India J. B. Lathrop ‘27; No. 6: Clara Peroni ‘27; No. 7: Leela S. Umashankar ‘27; Stroke: Gabriela G. Huerta ‘25; Cox: Bela J. Friedman ‘26

The Boys Cross Country Cup
Given in 1955 by Dyer S. Wadsworth, captain of the 1954 cross country team, with a wish for “Godspeed,” it is awarded annually to the member of the boys cross country team who has distinguished himself through running ability, enthusiasm and sportsmanship.

Jonathan W. Dase ‘24

The Girls Cross Country Cup
Given in 1972 by Dyer S. Wadsworth, captain of the 1954 cross country team, with a wish for “Godspeed,” it is awarded annually to the member of the girls cross country team who has distinguished herself through running ability, enthusiasm and sportsmanship.

Aedyn S. Kourakos ‘26

The Douglas Baseball Medal
Given in 1965 in memory of Archibald Douglas of the Form of 1922, the medal is awarded to the best all-around baseball player.

Daniel T. Sullivan ‘24

The Form of 1903 Hockey Medal
Founded in 1913 by the Fifth Form of 1903 in commemoration of the Tenth Anniversary of their graduation, it is awarded yearly at Anniversary for all-around excellence in hockey to the boy, irrespective of team, who excels in individual play and teamwork, provided his record of sportsmanship throughout the season has been perfect.

Christian Yi ‘24

The Form of 1968 Soccer Award
Awarded annually to the member of the SPS boys soccer team who attains the highest distinction in teamwork, sportsmanship and individual play.

Ze “Randy” Fu ‘24

Kent Girls Lacrosse Award
Given by Elizabeth P. Kent of the Form of 1978, it is awarded annually to the member of the girls lacrosse team who attains the highest distinction in teamwork, sportsmanship, and individual play.

Gretta M. White ‘25

The Roby Lacrosse Medal
Given by Mrs. Joseph Roby, Sr. and Joseph Roby, Jr. of the Form of 1924, in memory of Samuel Sidney Breese Roby of the Form of 1883, William Sterling Roby of the Form of 1886, and Joseph Roby, Sr. of the Form of 1889, it is awarded annually to a boy for ability, interest and team spirit in the game of lacrosse.

Conley E. Bohan ‘24

The Sawyer Field Hockey Award
Given by Richard D. Sawyer of the Form of 1948 and Mrs. Sawyer, it is awarded annually to a member of the SPS field hockey team who attains the highest distinction in team play, sportsmanship and individual skills.

Camryn R. Bell ‘24

The Sanford R. Sistare Girls Ice Hockey Award
Presented in 1986 by Jonathon O’Herron, SPS parent and former Trustee, to honor his lifelong friend Sanford R. Sistare, first coach of girls ice hockey, it is awarded to the player who had distinguished herself in individual and team play and who has contributed most to the spirit and traditions inspired by the first girls hockey team of 1982.

Camryn R. Bell ‘24

The Stovell Tennis Prize
Donated by James B. Stovell, it is awarded annually for excellence and sportsmanship in tennis.

Yinuo “Enoch” Huang ‘25

The Loomis Medal
Donated in 1972 by the male members of the Board of Trustees in honor of Elizabeth W. Loomis, St. Paul’s first woman trustee, the Loomis Medal is awarded to the girl who has made the greatest contribution to the School’s athletic program. It is the highest athletic award for a girl student at St. Paul’s School.

Camryn R. Bell ‘24

The Gordon Medal
Founded by Malcolm Kenneth Gordon of the Form of 1887, and a master at the School from 1888 to 1917. It is awarded to the best all-around athlete and sportsman. Mr. Gordon first awarded the Gordon Medal at Anniversary of 1892. It is the highest athletic award to a boy at the School.

Ernest C. Obiorah ‘24

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Competing in College

A number of student-athletes in graduating with the Form of 2024 will continue their athletic careers in college.

Women’s Sports

  • Basketball
    Eleanor Pingree, American University
  • Ice Hockey
    Camryn Bell, Yale University
    Georgia Bussey, Trinity College
    Allyson Martiniello, Colby College
    Gabriella Martiniello, Hamilton College
    Kate Pura, Colby College
    Charlotte Wensley, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • Lacrosse
    Sally Brunelle, Trinity College
    Hadley Cepiel, Holy Cross
    Eliza Ekstrand, Columbia University
    Sarah Ernst, Colgate University
    Samantha Moyer, SUNY Albany
  • Rowing
    Coley Cassidy, Wesleyan University
    Edie Jones, U.S. Naval Academy
    Meave O’Connell, Brown University
    Lucy Szal, Trinity College
  • Track and Field
    Gabriella Martiniello, Hamilton College
  • Volleyball
    Coley Cassidy, Wesleyan University
  • Squash
    Schilling “LeLe” Gibbs, Colby College
    Tracy “Tattie” Gibbs, Colby College
    Jixuan “Catherine” Li, Williams College
    Victoria Thill, Colby College
  • Softball
    Allison Jankowski, Middlebury College

Men’s Sports

  • Basketball
    Mason Blondeau, Haverford College
  • Football
    Andrew Mihalak, Union College
    Ernest Obiorah, Colby College
    Christopher Ramirez, Harvard University
    Daniel Sullivan, Hamilton College
    Grant Winter, Syracuse University
  • Lacrosse
    Auguste Belsher, Union College
    Conley Bohan, Trinity College
    Austin True, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Hockey
    Brad Cox, Endicott College
    Conley Bohan, Trinity College
  • Track and Field
    Ernest Obiorah, Colby College
  • Rowing
    Jonathan Dase, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Lucas Salazar, University of California, Berkeley
    John Sulger, Harvard University
  • Squash
    Nathan Rosenzweig, University of Virginia


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On Monday, May 20, the School community recognized the achievements of nearly five dozen athletes representing 10 spring teams during a special athletic awards chapel in Memorial Hall. 

Every team recognized athletes with junior varsity and varsity coaches awards, and nearly every team named Lakes Region All-Star athletes. Additional honors included All-NEPSAC, All-NEPSAC Honorable Mentions and more.

Girls Crew

JV Coaches Award
Tesla Pratt ’26

Varsity Coaches Award
Valentina Barletta ’24

Leadership, Perseverance and Inspiration to the Team
Maeve O’Connell ’24

Leadership, Dedication and Commitment to the Team
Edie Jones ’24

Boys Crew

JV Coaches Award
Andrew Choi ’25

Varsity Coaches Award
Kaden Roy ’24

Commitment to Boys Crew
Jack Bretl ’24
Wonder Kim ’24

Girls Track and Field

Coaches Award
Georgia Bussey ’24

For Perseverance, Dedication and Team Spirit
Charlotte Wensley ’24

NEPSAC All-League
Gabby Martiniello ’24

Boys Track and Field

Coaches Award
Andrew Carroll ’24

NEPSAC All-League Honorable Mention
Joshua Samuels ’25
Sean Michael Williams ’25

NEPSAC All-League
Ernest Obiorah ’24
Andrew Carroll ’24

Girls Lacrosse

JV Coaches Award
Amelia Makara ’24

Varsity Coaches Award
Eliza Ekstrand ’24

Best in Sport
Meg Bohan ’25
Gretta White ’25

Lakes Region All-Star
Hadley Cepiel ’24
Sarah Ernst ’24
EJ Johnson ’25
Bella Perry ’25

Lakes Region Champions and Tournament Champions

Girls JV Lacrosse Undefeated Season

Boys Lacrosse

JV Coaches Award
Jett Aston ’26

Varsity Coaches Award
Michael Seward ’25

Defensive MVP
AJ True ’24

Offensive MVP
Conley Bohan ’24

Lakes Region All-Star
AJ True ’24
Conley Bohan ’24

NEPSAC All-League Honorable Mention
Quinton Delorey ’25

NEPSAC All-League
Conley Bohan ’25


Varsity Coaches Award
Brooklyn Godisak ’25

Leadership Award
Isa Martinez ’24

Excellence in Sport
Heather Cotter ’25

Big East All-Tournament Team
Jade Hill ’26
Heather Cotter ’25

Lakes Region All-Star
Dakota Martinez ’27
Charlie Voge ’25

NEPSAC All-League Honorable Mention
Jade Hill ’26

NEPSAC All-League
Heather Cotter ’25


Varsity Coaches Award
Will Ekstrand ’24

Rookie of the Year
Carter Corbett ’25

Most Valuable Player
Danny Sullivan ’24

Lakes Region All-Stars
Connor Pollard ’24
Luke Newhall ’24
Danny Sullivan ’24
Eoin Sheehy ’26

NEPSAC All-League Honorable Mention
Sam Ekstrand ’24
Luke Newhall ’24
Theo Schneible ’26

NEPSAC All-League
Carter Corbett ’25
Eoin Sheehy ’26
Danny Sullivan ‘24

Lakes Region Player of the Year
Danny Sullivan ’24

Lakes Region Season Champions and Tournament Champions

Girls Tennis

JV Coaches Award
Clara Tcherepnin ’26

Varsity Coaches Award
Liz Harder ’25

Leadership Award
Sophia Burdge ’24

For Excellence in Sport
Poppy Duggal ’25

Lakes Region All-Star
Sophia Burdge ’24
Skyler Christoffersen ’24
Amelia Guest ’25
Lidia Zur Muhlen ’24

NEPSAC All-League
Liz Harder ‘25

Girls Varsity Lakes Region League Champions 

JV Girls Lakes Region Champions 

Boys Tennis

JV Coaches Award
Henry Dennis ‘24

Varsity Coaches Award
Hunter Morton ’26

Hustle Award
Pierce Trevisani ’25

Excellence in Tennis
JB Estes ’25

Lakes Region All-Star
Peter Ding ’26
JB Estes ’25
Kyan Hands ‘27
Enoch Huang ’25

Lakes Region Season Champions 

Sixth Form Recognition 

In addition to the spring sport-specific awards, the following members of the Form of 2024 were recognized for their participation in interscholastic sports during every term of their time at SPS:

Lauren Andree
Rebecca Barnard
Cami Bell
Conley Bohan
Jack Bretl
Georgia Bussey
Georgia Cooper
Jonny Dase
Kiki Hillery
Manon Lesort
Amelia Makara
Maeve O’Connell
Ellie Pingree
Connor Pollard
Luis Sanchez
Danny Sullivan
Lou Szal
Charlotte Wensley