A team state title in field hockey and an individual state title in girls’ cross country highlighted a successful conclusion to the NCISAA fall postseason for Country Day Athletics.
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.
Director of Strength & Conditioning, Darnell Clark, was recently elected to the National Strength & Conditioning Association Board of Directors.
Dr. Kevin Guskiewicz, founder and director of UNC-Chapel Hill's Gfeller Center, visited Country Day for a workshop with coaches and administrators.
The Country Day boys’ tennis team won its third consecutive state championship and three other teams earned top-three finishes on Saturday.
Three Country Day seniors were honored in an on-campus ceremony on May 3 for their commitments to compete collegiately in their chosen sports this coming fall.