Collins ’97 signs with Brooklyn Nets for season

After playing basketball for four years at Harvard-Westlake, four years at Stanford University and for 12 years in the NBA before coming out as gay in April 2013, Jason Collins became the first openly gay male athlete to play in a major American sports league under a 10-day contract with the Brooklyn Nets. Feb. 23. […]

Martin '08 traded to San Francisco 49ers

In October 2013, former Wolverine football lineman Jonathan Martin ’08 ignited a national bullying debate after leaving the NFL Miami Dolphins and claiming to be bullied by his Miami teammates. Now, Martin will get the chance to start anew in his home state of California, as the alumnus was traded from the Dolphins to the […]

Girls' soccer coasts to 5-1 playoff opener victory

The one-seed Wolverine girls’ soccer team found little trouble in the form of at-large seed Rancho Cucamonga, routing its first round opponent 5-1 Friday to advance to round two of CIF Playoffs. Courtney O’Brien ’15 led the Wolverines’ scoring efforts with a brace, with Courtney Corrin ’16, Montana Reilly ’16 and Lucy Putnam ’14 each […]

Wolverines fall to Loyola, look for at-large bid

Finishing its regular season with a 66-56 loss Feb. 10 against Loyola, the boys’ varsity basketball team will aim to reach CIF playoffs via an at-large bid after failing to automatically qualify for the first time in head coach Greg Hilliard’s 29-year tenure. The Wolverines finished their season at 4-8 in Mission League competition and […]

Senior wrestlers win championships, Wolverines qualify for CIF at Mission League Finals

Patrick Halkett ’14 and Jake Bracken ’14 earned the right to call themselves the “best in league” after winning the Mission League wrestling championships Saturday. The two seniors’ first place finishes capped off the League Finals tournament, in which ten total Wolverines qualified for the CIF Championships tournament Feb. 21-22. Four total seniors, one junior, […]

Boys' basketball breaks losing skid against Notre Dame, Hilliard gets 600th win

Behind the scoring duo of Derick Newton ’14 and Alex Copeland ’15, the boys’ varsity basketball team bounced back from five straight losses Friday, defeating Notre Dame 66-60 and capturing Harvard-Westlake career win number 600 for head coach Greg Hilliard. Newton and Copeland, the team’s top scorers, tallied 22 and 20 points respectively to lead […]

Boys' basketball drops fifth straight against Crespi

Following a 74-64 loss to Sierra Canyon Jan. 25, the boys’ varsity basketball team’s cold streak continued against Crespi Wednesday, as the Wolverines fell to the Celts 69-52 for their fifth straight defeat. The Wolverines swapped blows with the Celts throughout most of Wednesday night’s game, even taking a one-point lead heading into the fourth, […]

Girls' soccer tops Louisville 6-0 in Senior Night victory

The girls’ varsity soccer team followed up its 12-day break from competition with a 6-0 Senior Night win over Louisville Wednesday to move to 12 straight games undefeated. A brace from Courtney Corrin ’16 as well as goals from Courtney O’Brien ’15, Chloe Castaneda ’15, Quinn Frankel ’16 and Malanna Wheat ’14 accounted for the […]

Boys' basketball falls to Loyola 80-39

In one of its biggest losses in recent history, the boys’ varsity basketball team suffered an 80-39 defeat at the hands of longtime foe Loyola Friday as the Wolverine-Cub rivalry played out in Taper Gymnasium for the first time since 2011. The Wolverines struggled to mount any sort of offensive attack against the Cubs, tallying […]

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