• Baseball has a good spring trip
  • Golfers beat up on Coach
  • Lacrosse is 6-0
  • Rugby wins 11th consecutive
  • Bear alumni contribute on college diamonds








Spring Sports



by Steven Davidson (thanks)

The baseball team completed is annual Myrtle beach trip In fine fashion, mounting a spirited comeback in its final game of the trip. The Bears won two, lost two and tied one against national competition. They faced teams from Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.


The Bears are in good shape heading into IAC competition this week, compiling a 5–1 –1 record in its preseason games prior to the myrtle beach trip. The Bears defeated Whitman, Flint Hill, Walter Johnson, Wootton, and Maret, while tying BCC and losing a close one to the Potomac school.


The Bears have one more game, Monday against the Heights School at Shirley Povich field in cabin John Park at 4 PM, before commencing their IAC season.  IAC competition begins with a game at Saint Stephens/Saint Agnes on Tuesday, followed by a home game against the Saints on Thursday.


Seniors Randy Bednar, Scott Prutting, Drew Whalen, and Mike Dziak have led the Bears.  Senior pitcher Louis Eisen has also picked up 2 wins in relief. Juniors Ryan Fruehwirth, Xander DeNovio and Zach Werhan have also made substantial contributions.  The Bears are also fortunate to have a strong sophomore class of Will O’Shea, Dane Camphausen, Will Barufka, Jed Rosenberg, Kit Dziak and Jake Davidson.


Hopes are high that the Bears can defend their IAC title.


Coach Duquette from Spring Training “Last day on the RTJ Trail with my captains, this is our 7th year together, I will miss these guys, they shot 69,69,71, then the coach 77.







Bears are 6-0 with wins over Northern/Calvert City 12-5  and Mt. St. Joseph 18-6




Coach France’s squad 1st game: Landon 93 The Heights 10…1st league game…11th consecutive win…




Episcopal and Gilman next week if there’s no snow.




Will be host to Landon Relays on 4/8.







Winter Sports






Sam Anas (L11), Iowa Wild (31-29-6-2), AHL, played in 59 games, 12 G 14 A. He is now tied #4 in points for the Wild.




Patrick Giles (L18), US Men’s National Development team (20-28-1-2).  Pat has played in all 54 games with 8G, 11A. 3 games remain.



Darion Atkins (L11) Hapoel Unet Holon (14-7); 21 GP, 14.8 pts, 9.1 reb, 0.6 stl, 0.8 assists.



Danny Rubin (L10), Bnei Herzliya (13-8) 28 GP, 15.6 min.  4.8 pts, 1.9 reb., 0.9 assist, 0.8 steals


Spring Sports


Diamond Trax


Matthew Brady, (2016) Carleton College Knights (6-8)

Patrick Lightner, (2016) Marist College Red Foxes (12-8) 10 GP 7 GS; 3 of 28 at the plate with 2 runs, 1 RBI; .978 fielding

Sean P. O’Brien (2014), Macalester College Scots (10-6) pitcher, 6 innings pitched

Spencer Abraham (2015) , Claremont McKenna College Stags (12-13)  3 GP, .333 BA


Golf Trax


Mike Blasey, (2015), Davidson College Spring Break


Bear Track Trax    

Jordan Marshall (2014), Davidson Wildcats    

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