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A two-time All-Met player and standout on Potomac’s team, Casey Mann now plays Division I soccer at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Big Ten school. Casey initially struggled to balance soccer and academics, especially since she often had to miss classes for away games, but juggling the two has gotten considerably easier since the start of the school year.
Sasha DiGiulian '11 was selected by @theactivetimes as 1 of the World's 50 Best Outdoor & Endurance Athletes. Check it out: http://www.theactivetimes.com/active-times-50-2013-sasha-digiulian
Vampire released two new songs on March 19 from their new album. Rostam writes, "Really proud of these two and the whole record as well. Can't wait for you to hear it. Go to www.vampireweekend.com. " The new album will be released on May 6.
Chris Ayer announces the release of his new album, The Noise. To preview a song or buy the music go to http://bit.ly/thenoiseCA.
Message from Lolly Cunningham ’05 & Taylor Manning ’05, Young Alumni Co-Chairs
Thanks to the generosity of many, young alumni giving reached new heights in the 2011-2012 Annual Fund. Fifty-six young alumni joined the new Young Alumni Red & Blue Giving Club by making a gift of $100 or more, a 40% increase from the previous year.
The varsity softball team handed the National Cathedral School its first loss of the season to win the ISL AA softball tournament championship. The Panthers exchanged leads throughout the game and held off a tough last inning rally by NCS. Potomac reached the finals with a 3-2 10th inning win over defending champion St. Stephens & St. Agnes. Click here for a gallery of photos.
Congratulations to both the boys varsity lacrosse and boys varsity tennis teams for winning both the regular season MAC Championships as well as the tournaments. Panther lacrosse beat Flint Hill 15-4 May 15 to win their tourney. The tennis team defeated Episcopal High School May 14 to advance to the state semi-finals in Richmond.