A September 18 match against powerhouse Walter Johnson put our girls up against four highly-ranked tournament players. Our strong doubles combinations (Katherine Davis and Anna Lerner; Izzy Moran and Natalie Davidson; and Jodie Kuo and Emma Lee) all won with decisive scores. With the match tied at 3-3, freshman Pearl Nguyen saved the day, coming from behind to win 11-9 in a match that took over 2 1/2 hours! The end result: Potomac 4, Walter Johnson 3.
The Washington Post recognized Potomac tennis coach Marty Hublitz as All-Met Coach of the Year for boys tennis.
Hublitz recently completed his ninth year of coaching boys tennis at Potomac, having amassed a 152-27 record during that time. He has also spent two years serving as the head coach for Potomac's girls team.
Congratulations to the many Panther athletes who received either All-Met or All-State distinction this spring. Additionally, tennis coach Marty Hublitz (pictured with his 2017 team) was named All-Met Coach of the Year.
Congratulations to the 17 members of the Class of 2017 who have committed to playing sports at the collegiate level next year!
The boys varsity lacrosse team beat Flint Hill to win its third straight Mid-Atlantic Conference (MAC) tournament.
The varsity boys tennis team won winning the VISAA state championship on May 20 in Richmond, defeating Norfolk Academy 5-1. This is the team's third state title in seven years. Click here to view a Washington Post article on the team's success.
The boys varsity track team won the Mid-Atlantic Conference (MAC) title on Saturday, May 13, while competing at Holton-Arms. This is the third MAC track and field championship in Potomac's history and the school's first track title since 2008.
The Washington Post has recognized junior baseball player Carter Bosch for his pitching talent. A two-year member of the varsity team, Carter recently helped the Panthers beat Maret 5-0. At Potomac, he is also a varsity football player. Click here to read the full article.
Despite two tough losses to Cape Henry Collegiate and Norfolk Academy, the Panthers have rallied with decisive wins over St. Albans and Collegiate. With three senior captains at the top three singles positions and strong underclassmen forming a deep doubles lineup, the team has reached the #2 spot in the latest Division 1 Virginia State rankings. The team is growing in confidence with every match and will be one of the favorites to claim the state title in Richmond.
It was a record-breaking season for the girls varsity basketball team, who won a basketball banner for the first time since 1998. The Panthers were named the ISL A tournament champions and ISL regular season co-champions.
Eight Potomac wrestlers traveled to the VISAA State Wrestling Championship Tournament on February 19, delivering an outstanding performance. The Panthers came away with a sixth place team finish, despite competing against teams that filled out all 14 weight classes.
Potomac's boys varsity squash team won the Mid-Atlantic Squash Championship banner on Saturday, January 28, at Woodberry Forest.
The girls varsity basketball team has played a strong season thus far, with a 11-3 record as of January 19. In a January 13 game against Richmond's Collegiate School, Potomac began with a 19-0 lead.
The Potomac School's Head Boys Varsity Basketball Coach Levi Franklin saw his 400th career victory during a game against MAC rival St. James School on January 14. The Panthers beat St. James 69-65 before an enthusiastic home crowd.