Andrew Carroll ‘05 played golf at the University of Arkansas. Before he was a Razorback, Carroll dominated the course for the Wildcats, earning All-State honors and still holds the lowest-round in school history.


Leah Eifling ‘05 played volleyball at Lyon College. Before moving on to Lyon, Eifling was a star volleyball player for the Wildcats, earning All-Conference honors and twice being named to the All-State team.


Evan Bettis ‘06 played defensive back for the University of Arkansas, after a stellar career as a star athlete on the Wildcat football team. Bettis was a captain of the 2005 squad that won the conference championship and earned a spot in the Final Four of the state football playoffs, a feat that stood until 2014.


Daron Hall ‘06 played basketball at Central Baptist College. While a Wildcat, Hall starred on the basketball team.


Wilson Anthony ‘08 played golf for the Washington and Lee University Generals in Lexington, Virginia. During his time as a Wildcat athlete, Anthony not only golfed, where he was a four year letterwinner and All-State selection as a senior, but also played baseball, where the three year letterwinner was twice named All-Conference.


Rogeric Govan ‘08 played offensive line for the University of Central Arkansas Bears’ football team in Conway, Arkansas. Originally a signee of Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Govan eventually transferred after one year to spend the remainder of his career as a student-athlete at UCA. As a Wildcat, Govan was a four-year letterman and three time All-Conference for the Wildcat basketball team, and a two-year All-Conference offensive and defensive lineman for the Wildcat football squad.


Andrew Flesher ‘10, continued playing football as a placekicker for the Harvard University Crimson when his stellar soccer, golf, and football careers wrapped up at Episcopal Collegiate. While at Harvard, Flesher earned multiple Ivy League Player of the Week honors, earning three varsity letters for the Crimson’s storied and historic football program.


Jacob Rowell ‘13 starred as a rugby player at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. While a Wildcat, Rowell played football and basketball, leading both as a team captain. His prowess on the football field is still legendary on campus, continuing to be the all-time leading tackler in school history. He captained the 32-4, state runner-up basketball team as a senior.


Conley Hurst ‘13 spent his post-Wildcat career as a star member of the Washington and Lee Generals’ golf team in Lexington, Virginia. As a General, Hurst continued what he started as a Wildcat, being an award-winning, leading golfer for a championship team, all while maintaining the highest of academic and community standards. For the Wildcats, he was a four-time All-State honoree and a two-time individual state champion.


Will Griffin ‘14 was a standout wrestler for the Hampden-Sydney College Tigers in Hampden Sydney, Virginia. An accomplished all-around athlete during his days at Episcopal Collegiate, Griffin, in addition to being a wrestler, also starred in football and soccer. As a four year star on the Wildcat wrestling team, Griffin was a 2013 AAA State Champion in the 132 pound weight class across all classifications, beating out schools ten times the size of his own.


Mahlon Martin ‘15 remains one of the best basketball players in Episcopal history. He just completed his career after leading the Ouachita Baptist University Tigers’ basketball squad. Martin was a four-year starter, the leading scorer as a junior, and has once been named to the All-Ouachita Athletic Team. For Episcopal basketball, Martin was a two time state champion, two time Arkansas 3A Player of the Year, First Team All-Arkansas, Second Team All-Arkansas, and an Arkansas All-Sophomore selection. Martin finished his dominant Wildcat career as one of the school’s all-time leading scorer with over 1,000 points.


Justin Gooseberry ‘15 starred as a football player for the Rice University Owls in Houston, Texas. He has twice been named an All-Conference and an All-American performer for his play as a dominating right tackle on the Ouachita Baptist Tigers’ offensive line. As a Wildcat, Gooseberry was named an All-State player, roaming sideline-to-sideline as a hulking middle linebacker, while also starring as an offensive lineman...and part-time quarterback with the highest quarterback rating in school history. Gooseberry also starred as a Wildcat basketball player and track athlete during his time at the Episcopal Collegiate, helping the ‘Cats to state championships in each sport. Most recently, Gooseberry was drafted to the Atlanta Falcons in the 2020 NFL Draft.


Cori Gooseberry ‘15 starred as a football player for the Ouachita Baptist University Tigers in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Cori dominated for the Tigers’ offensive line as a left tackle. During his Wildcat career, Cori, who also played on the Episcopal offensive line, starred as a defensive lineman, earning school records in multiple categories. Gooseberry also found himself in the state record books, once causing so much havoc in an opposing backfield that he forced five fumbles in one half. During his time as a Wildcat, he also starred as a Wildcat basketball player and track athlete, helping the ‘Cats to state championships in each sport.


Kel Robinson ‘16 currently plays basketball for the Eastern Kentucky University Colonels in Richmond, Kentucky. A signee of Appalachian State University, Robinson eventually found his way to one of the premier Junior College basketball programs in the country in Northwest Florida Community College, where he helped the Raiders to another stellar season in 2017-2018. As a Wildcat, Robinson starred on the court for the Wildcats, earned All-State honors and establishing himself as one of the toughest players in the state in any classification. He also became one of the most feared football players in recent memory and is featured in the state’s record books thusly.


Allie Freeman ‘16 starred as a football and basketball player for the Ouachita Baptist University Tigers in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Named an All-Conference and a conference Freshman of the Year, Freeman has carved out a niche for himself for the perennial-contender OBU football program. As a Wildcat, Freeman set several state records in football and found himself in the top six in the history of the nation in three receiving categories at the end of his Episcopal career. Freeman, a dangerous punt and kickoff returner, also played defensive back on occasion. He also helped the school to multiple state championships in basketball, while also dabbling in baseball and track during his time at Episcopal Collegiate.


Kam Brasfield ‘17 currently stars for the University of Saint Mary basketball program in Leavenworth, Kansas. In his short career so far, which began at nearby Hendrix College, he’s already established himself as a budding force, earning conference player of the week honors after dropping 35 points on a conference foe in January of 2018. At Episcopal, Brasfield was a standout basketball player, earning All-Conference, All-State, and All State Tournament Team honors during his senior season, in which he led his Wildcats to their third state championship in boys basketball.


Gavin Hawkins ‘17 plays basketball for Wheaton College Thunder in Wheaton, Illinois, helping the team to a national tournament berth in 2019. The 6-foot-7 Hawkins started for the duration of his career for the Wildcats, helping the team to a state championship in his senior campaign, earning an All State Tournament team bid in the process. An All-Conference performer for Episcopal, Hawkins holds several school records.


Kory Winning ‘17 plays baseball for the Belmont University Bruins in Nashville, Tennessee. Currently a member of the Bruins’ pitching staff, Winning was on the team when it upset top-ranked Vanderbilt University in 2018. During his time at Episcopal, Winning starred on the pitching staff of the Wildcat baseball team. In the state record book as one of the only pitchers to ever throw a perfect game, which he did in 2017, Winning is also on the school record book leaderboards for most strikeouts pitched. While a Wildcat, Winning also played on the school’s outstanding golf team.


Phillip Bryant ‘18 plays baseball for Arkansas State University. Already during his short career, he’s established himself as a star pitcher and at the plate, where he smashed home runs in his first fall games in junior college, prior to signing with the Red Wolves. As a Wildcat All-State baseball player, Bryant threw a perfect game, one of the only pitchers in Arkansas history to do so, and also led the state in strikeouts pitched as a senior, with 122. Bryant also starred on the football field for the Wildcats, earning All-Conference selections as a defensive back.


Shelby Worsham ‘18 plays tennis for Hendrix College in nearby Conway, Arkansas. During her career as a Wildcat, Worsham won multiple conference championships in both singles and doubles, and also multiple state championships, again, in both singles and doubles. She also was very active off-campus, starting a tennis academy for underprivileged local children to learn how to play a game that she loves and wants kids to have equal access to. A four-time All-State selection, she is one of the best tennis players to ever play in one of the strongest tennis programs in the state of Arkansas.