While Dana Hall student-athletes weren’t able to engage in a traditional fall athletics season due to COVID-19 restrictions, Upper School teams were still able to practice together and compete in a few scrimmages before wrapping their seasons this month.
The Dragon Award recognizes the individual on their team who promotes the values of sportsmanship, ethical play in competition and commitment to their team.
Cross Country (XC): A. Wright ’21
Field Hockey (FH): G. Tuckett ’21
Soccer (SOC): H. Dyer ’22
Volleyball (VB): A. Chiwaya ’22
The Unsung Hero Award goes to the team member who did not necessarily receive recognition during the season, but whose performance and work ethic is deserving of praise.
XC: N. Forrest ’21
FH: A. Sullivan ’24
SOC: A. Mather ’24
VB: S. Cook ’22
The Most Improved Player Award goes to the team member who was diligent in her performance and her work ethic, and made significant improvement in her sport skills, game strategies and overall knowledge of her sport.
FH: E. Bennett ’22
SOC: J. Husami ’23
VB: K. Adams ’23
The Sportsmanship Award is the highest honor, and voted on by the coaches and players.
FH: A. Bonang ’21
SOC: A. Fattaey ’22 and L. Dorsey ’23
VB: M. Noone ’21
Virtual Runner of the Year
XC: M. Reinhardt ’24
Newcomer of the Year
XC: M. Essex ’23
Rookie of the Year Award
FH: G. Antun ’24
VB: E. Svedlund ’24
Offensive Player of the Year Award
VB: I. Goldberg ’21
The Grinder of the Year Award recognizes an athlete who consistently worked the hardest, day in and day out, at practice and at games. Grinders were voted on and kept track of throughout the season.
SOC: A. Soucy ’21
The Gift of Vigor Award recognizes an individual who cannot be stopped in pursuit of her goals: athletically, academically and personally. Regardless of the circumstances, this individual finds the best in every situation, does not complain, is creative in her problem solving and relentless in her pursuit of excellence.
SOC: K. Bossert ’21