Timmy Gannon, Huck Wathan, and Sam Hedrick have made their plans for college sports official and were recognized at small ceremonies with their teammates, coaches, and families this fall.
Athletics At Country Day
Our Athletics program is a fundamental part of a Country Day education. On average, 85 percent of our students in Grades 7–12 participate on at least one interscholastic team in a given school year. Student-athletes have the opportunity to build lasting relationships with their teammates and learn important life lessons while experiencing the pride of competing for their school. Buccaneer teams have built a storied tradition, earning 136 state championships in the school’s history.
A fall season like no other concluded in mid-November with a series of NCISAA competitions that saw Country Day student-athletes produce strong individual and team performances. After all the results were in, The Bucs has compiled one individual state championship, two team runner-up finishes, and 19 individual All-State recognitions. Country Day finished the fall season ranked 3rd in the 4A division of the NCISAA’s Wells Fargo Cup standings, which awards points for team postseason finishes across all sports.
View both home and away games through the NFHS Network and BucsSports YouTube channel.
Country Day Athletics held its first Collegiate Athlete Recognition Event of the 2019-20 school year on Friday, February 7, honoring nine members of the Class of 2020 for their commitments to continue their athletics careers at the collegiate level.
Country Day Director of Athletics, Abe Wehmiller, has announced the hiring of Oscar Del Pino as the Bucs' new Girls' Soccer Program Head and Head Varsity Girls' Soccer Coach. Del Pino comes to Country Day after 12 seasons leading the boys' soccer program at Charlotte Catholic.