ATHLETIC AWARDS: SPRING 2018
Congratulations to all athletes!
Track & Field
ATHLETIC AWARDS: WINTER 2018
Congratulations to all!
2018 EMPIRE CUP CHAMPIONS
A HUGE congratulations to Pride Varsity Hockey, the 2018 Empire Cup Champions! The Pride defeated Brunswick and Millbrook in the Empire Cup Tournament over the weekend. For the first time in Trinity-Pawling School history, the team has qualified for the New England Large School Tournament. They will take on Thayer Academy in the quarterfinals at Pomfret School on Wednesday, February 28, at 4:00 PM. Incredible job to the team and coaches! See you at Pomfret on Wednesday!
ATHLETIC AWARDS: FALL 2017
Congratulations to all!
MVP - Marc Welch ’18
Most Improved - Abdallah Bekhiet ’18
2017 Class A All-NEPSAC Football Team
Below are the Trinity-Pawling Football players who were named to the 2017 All-League NEPSAC and Erickson League Teams. Congratulations to all! #rollpride
Class A Skill Player of the Year: Re'mhan Davis ’18
Class A All-NEPSAC, first team:
Re'mahn Davis ’18
Bim Gecaj ’18
Camrhan Tillman ’18
Chiz Umunakwe ’18
Class A All-NEPSAC Team, honorable mentions:
Nate Miller ’18
Eddie Gonzalez ’19
Donte Williams ’20
ERICKSON LEAGUE 2017
Erickson League Players of the Year: Re'mahn Davis ’18
ALL-ERICKSON LEAGUE 2017
* 7 Re'mahn Davis Sr TP
* 8 Camrhan Tillman Sr TP
* 5 Chiz Umunakwe PG TP
* 54 Bim Gecaj PG TP
52 Nate Miller PG TP
* = All New England
Congratulations again, boys! GO PRIDE!
James Varian '17, Catcher, First Team All-League
Christian Layne '17, Outfield, First Team All-League
Ryan Winn '17, Pitcher/Infield, Second Team All-League
Will Rickert '19, Pitcher, Second Team All-League
Chris Polletta '17, Pitcher/Infield,
Trejyn Fletcher '20, Infield, Honorable Mention*
16 student athletes were honored with the Annual Phil Haughey ’53 Three Varsity Sport Award.
Phil Haughey is an esteemed member of Trinity-Pawling’s Class of 1953. He was one of the first to be inducted into Trinity-Pawling’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 1998. Highlights from Haughey’s athletic career at Trinity-Pawling includes varsity football, basketball, and baseball; Captain of football and basketball; Prefect, and Vice President of the student council. At Harvard, Haughey continued to play football, basketball, and baseball; was President of the Harvard Varsity Club; and recipient of the Harvard Club of New York Thomas Slocum Award.
Congratulations to the following recipients of the 2017 Phil Haughey ’53 Three Varsity Sport Award:
Tre Fletcher '20
Zack Conlan '19
Jake Conlan '19
Joe Perettine '18
Joe Webber '18
Joey Musa '19
Connor Bastidas '18
Nate Tanner '18
Zach Mazur '17
Hitoshi Matsukage '17
Dennis Ilmela '17
Stephen Morrissey '17
Chris Taylor '17
Will Dencker '17
Jeff Thompson '17
Avery Johnson '17
On Tuesday May 23rd, the Trinity-Pawling Community gathered to honor the School's Spring Season Varsity Athletes.
The following athletes received awards for their outstanding contributions:
James K. McDougal Award: Stephen Morrissey '17
Coaches Award: Jack Makris '17
Jack Adams Annual Award: Hitoshi Matsukage '17
Coaches Award: William Yau '18
Annual Award: Chris Taylor '17
Coaches Award: Dennis Ilmela '17
Most Improved Player: Moey Lardy '17
Coaches Awards: Josh Reiss '17 & Marc Welch '18
Offensive MVP: Chris Connolly '17
Defensive MVP: Sam Shafer '17
William LaBelle Award: Ethan Black-Fernandes '17
John P. Karpoe Award: James Varian '17
Triandifalou Award: Ryan Winn '17
Coaches Award: Chris Polletta '17 & Christian Layne '17
Congratulations to these student-athletes, and to those who complete their athletic careers at Trinity-Pawling School. #RollPride
On Tuesday March 28th, the Trinity-Pawling School community gathered in Gardiner Theater to honor the Varsity Athletes for the Winter season.
Coaches and captains spoke about team accomplishments, and the following athletes received awards for their outstanding contributions. ROLL PRIDE!
A former Pride standout Sean Gleeson '03 has been recently promoted to offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach for Princeton University's football team. Gleeson has been a member of the Princeton offensive coaching staff for four years, during which the team took home two Ivy League championships.
According to Princeton's head coach Bob Surace, who was quoted in an article for the University, "Gleeson has done an exceptional job in every responsibility he has had at Princeton. He has had a big role in the success of our offense as the running backs coach, he did a tremendous job calling plays in our JV games the previous three years, he was an outstanding offensive coordinator for my brother Brian at Farleigh Dickenson, and our special teams units were consistently the best in the Ivy League last fall."
"Our offense has not only been an Ivy League leader, it has broken all-time records for points scored and yards gained over the last four seasons," Surace added. "Sean combines the understanding of the pass game as a former quarterback — who played for James Perry at Williams — with the run game that he helped implement. Most importantly, Sean is a tremendous teacher that will lead the quarterbacks and our offense with great passion."
Gleeson, a Glen Ridge, NJ native joined Trinity-Pawling in the Fall of 2002, where he made an immediate impact on the field. He was captain of Football, as well as lettering in Hockey and Baseball. He was named an All-Founders League Quarterback, as well as receiving the Coaches Award for his efforts and achievements at the quarterback position. Sean carried his talents to the college level, attending Williams College, where he played both football and baseball.
At Williams, Gleeson was the highest rated passer in the NESCAC in 2005, minimum 100 attempts, with a rating of 163.6. His team finished 8-0 on the year in 2006, and was responsible for a two-quarterback system that threw for 4,039 yards over a 2 year span. He received the Farley Award in 2006, which is awarded to the member of the football team who demonstrates superior qualities of dedication, loyalty and sacrifice for the betterment of the team. In baseball, Sean finished his career with .333 batting average, 139 hits and 45 extra base hits and was named Second Team All NESCAC in 2006.