Quick Quotes

Boys Basketball:

“We have a very deep team this year with 14 kids on Varsity so we’ll be able to get a lot of rotations into the games … I think we will surprise a lot of people this year with a decent record and an overall good season. I feel like we also have a chance in the MCTs … I’m looking forward to the [Princeton Day School] game—[they are] our crosstown rival.” – Callahan O’Meara ’14

 

Fencing:

“I think the team is just looking forward to getting more experience … I’m pretty confident in the fencers that we have this year, especially the returning fencers. The new fencers also seem promising, dedicated and excited about what we’re doing … I know a lot of [the new fencers] haven’t really fenced before so I think they are just looking for an opportunity to do this, and I think they need that encouragement from the rest of the team … Our team strength would probably be all the women’s teams. They are very dedicated and all take lessons on their own, and they are all super enthusiastic so they are probably our strength, especially our épée team.” – Caitlyn Bongiovi ’14

 

Boys Swimming:

“The biggest strength our team has right now is the amount of togetherness that we have. We are all on the same page, and it’s nice to have a team that is willing to work with you and you with them … This year [we are] definitely going for a championship … We have a really nice pool of talent and I’m really looking forward to seeing how we can do … [but] my biggest fear is that the boy’s team will become overconfident and they they will start to get used to winning and basically that they will forget how to lose.” – Matthew Tam ’14