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.
Country Day's varsity athletics teams recently completed their winter 2018-19 season, their most successful winter in eight years.
Eight members of the Country Day Class of 2019 were recognized for their commitments to take part in intercollegiate athletics next year.
Director of Athletics Abe Wehmiller explains one of the defining features of our athletics program is the ability to develop student-athletes at all levels.
Country Day has announced the hiring of Matt Elliott as the Bucs' new cross country program head and varsity cross country coach.
Country Day’s varsity football team beat Metrolina Christian Academy on its home field to earn the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association Division II state championship.
Five members of the Class of 2019 are recognized for their formal commitments to continue their athletics careers at the collegiate level.
All of Country Day’s fall sports, with the exception of football, have wrapped up their seasons with two teams reaching NCISAA 4A state championship games before falling short of state titles.
John Demas ’19 and Sarah Powers ’20 have been named the recipients of the Country Day Strength and Conditioning Hard Hat Award for Fall 2018.
For the second straight year, the Country Day girls' lacrosse and boys' tennis teams wrapped up an outstanding year of Buccaneer Athletics by bringing home NCISAA state championships.
Information about Middle School Athletics for the 2018-2019 school year is now available!
Country Day head boys' and girls' head tennis coach Calvin Davis was recently named High School Coach of the Year by the Professional Tennis Registry.
Ed Walton Field, the home of Country Day's baseball program, was named the 2017 North Carolina Private School Field of the Year.
Country Day Director of Athletics Abe Wehmiller has announced the hiring of Kayleigh Thies as the Bucs' new field hockey program head and head varsity field hockey coach.