Varsity Baseball finished 17-11, defeated rival Gilmour Academy in their only match-up of the season, and advanced to the District Semifinal. The team was led by captain Drew Schlegel '21.
“The University School Baseball Program was great to me during my four years as a player. We are fortunate enough to play some of the best competition in the State on one of the nicest fields in Northeast Ohio while being coached by an incredibly dedicated staff. The relationships I have built within our program between my teammates, their families, and my coaches will last a lifetime. I cannot wait to see the success of the program in the upcoming years. Go Preppers!”
Varsity Lacrosse advanced to the Regional Quarterfinal after competing against one of the area's toughest schedules and earning hard-fought regular season victories over Chagrin Falls and Shaker Heights. The team was led by captain Colin Counahan '22, Khari Tidmore '21, Thomas Weisbein '21, and Charlie Zinamon '21.
"Putting the US Lacrosse helmet on is something special. The relationships and memories that I made during my four years are ones that will last a lifetime.." - Khari Tidmore '21
Varsity Tennis finished third at the OTCA Division I Team Championship and had five players advance to the OHSAA Division I State Championship. The team was led by senior captains Sohum Kapadia, Spencer Krantz, and Ben Martin.
"My experience on the University School Tennis Team was one of my highlights of my high school years. With a consistently strong program, we were able to qualify for States as a team the past two seasons and place top three both times, as well as qualify multiple players individually for the OHSAA State Championship. I attribute this success as coming from our strong team bond and helpful coaches. I have created great relationships with both my teammates and coaches, and I am confident future players will as well. Let’s go US!" - Ben Martin '21
Track & Field
Track & Field finished second at the Division I District Meet and had several athletes qualify for the Division I State Championship. The team was led by captains Michael Beros '21, Ben Lafave '21, and Griffin Walsh '21.
“I’ll miss the incredible sense of togetherness on our team. Everyone lifted each other up and gave support when it was needed. That togetherness lead us to having a great season and breaking many personal and school records.” - Michael Beros '21
University School serves 840 boys in Junior Kindergarten to grade 12 on two campuses in suburban Cleveland, Ohio. The School’s mission is to inspire boys of promise to become young men of character who lead and serve. Dedicated faculty, rigorous curriculum, and experiential programs foster intellectual, physical, creative, and moral excellence.