• Update from Athletic Director Candy Cage '81

    All of our Elizabeth Seton High School student-athletes on our Fall Teams were able to come to campus to train September through November. Our Cross-country team was able to compete in four meets, and we were thrilled this could happen for them!
    Our Indoor Track & Field team has successfully competed in five indoor meets and they recently headed to Virginia Beach to compete. While quite different from meets pre-pandemic, now our student-athletes enter the facility, stretch, run in their event, then exit- but it seems to be working!
    Seton’s Varsity Basketball team has played in four games and are 4-1 overall. They defeated our cross-town rival, McNamara, this past Saturday! 
    Our Indoor Lacrosse team is competing in a league at the Capital Sportsplex in Glenn Dale on Sundays.
    Sadly, along with Head Swim Coach Alexis Donoghue, we had to officially cancel our high school swim season, as we simply could not find a pool in which to practice! Telling our Seniors is always difficult, but many of them are swimming on their club teams. We appreciate their commitment and dedication.
    Other teams such as Crew and Cheer, have been working out virtually.
    Beginning Feb.16, we will begin an actual Fall Sports season, which will include Volleyball, Soccer, Field Hockey and Tennis.
    Trainer Mike and our unbelievable coaching staff have worked super hard to make all of this happen safely. Our parents and student athletes are very grateful for these opportunities during these difficult and challenging times!
  • Keita '21 Awarded Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship

    Nana Keita '21 has been awarded the Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship from the Western Golf Association (WGA) Scholarship Committee: a full housing and tuition college scholarship to one of the 17 universities where The Evans Scholars Foundation operates a Scholarship House. 

    Chosen because of her excellent academics and outstanding character, Nana entered the Western Golf Association (WGA) Caddie Academy, where for the past summers, she learned to caddy at golf courses along Chicago’s North Shore. Students who successfully complete the Caddie Academy are eligible to become Evans Scholars through the Evans Scholars Foundation. Established by famed amateur golfer Charles “Chick” Evans Jr., the Foundation provides full housing and tuition scholarships to deserving caddies nationwide. There are a record 965 Evans Scholars enrolled in 19 leading universities for the 2017-18 academic year, and there are more than 10,600 Evans Alumni across the country.

    Keita ‘21, of Greenbelt, is the daughter of Assiatou Diallo and Abdoulaye Keita. She is considering attending Penn State University in the fall.
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