Athletics to propose Taper renovation

A proposal to renovate the west side of Taper building will be presented to the Board of Trustees this academic year. The plan will include a remodel of the players’ and coaches’ locker rooms and the training rooms, Head of Athletics Terry Barnum said. There is no timetable for the project, but the construction length […]

First year coach helps seven qualify for CIF Finals

The swimming team sent seven athletes to the CIF Finals meet in Head Coach Jonathan Carroll’s first year at the helm. Kassie Shannon ’13 represented the girls’ team while Matt Chen ’13, John Chu ’14,   Henry Copses ’14, John Copses ’14, Alex Hsing ’16 and Colin Lynch ’14 represented the boys’ team. “For my first […]

Swimmers capture Mission League Titles

Matthew Chen ’13 added two Mission League titles to his trophy case, winning the 200 individual medley and the 500 freestyle on April 30. He set a Mission League Finals record in the medley with a time of 1:54.33. Chen won the freestyle with a time of 4:39.73. Colin Lynch’s ’14 time of 52.62 seconds […]

Former basketball player chooses to play at Tulane

Josh Hearlihy ’12 has committed to play college basketball at Tulane after playing this past year at Northfield Mount Hermon, a post-graduate prep school in Massachusetts. Hearlihy joined former Wolverine teammate Zena Edosomwan ’12, who is headed to Harvard next season, at the prep school after graduating last year to open up additional recruiting opportunities. […]

Swim team dedicates win to Justin Carr '14

The swim team observed a moment of silence before its first meet Thursday March 7 to honor the life of Justin Carr ’14, a swimmer who died Feb. 22 apparently of cardiomyopathy. The team won the meet over Crespi and Louisville, 95-74. “I thought it was really respectful,” swimmer John Copses ’14 said. “I actually […]

Boys' golf remains undefeated after 3 matches

The North Ranch Golf Course has hosted US Amateur qualifiers, and on Monday March 11 it hosted members of the Wolverines boys’ golf team.  The team travelled to Westlake Village for an all-day invitational in the midst of its league season. The boys are yet to lose a match this season and stand at 3-0, […]

Girls' water polo falls short of third straight CIF title

The girls’ water polo team fell to Palos Verdes 12-7 in the CIF Division III semifinals, ending the team’s hopes for a third consecutive CIF title. Palos Verdes snapped the Wolverine’s ten match postseason win streak, dating back to the CIF playoffs two years ago. The Wolverines moved up to Divison III this year and finished 23-7 […]

Swimming program to launch season with new coach, pool

The swimming team opens its season with new coach Jonathan Carroll at the helm. He was hired as the Head of the Swimming and Diving Program last May. “I was never aware that the job was open, it wasn’t anything I consciously aspired to,” Carroll said.  “But it was certainly one that I felt that […]

Water polo player named All-CIF

CIF named water polo’s Warren Snyder ’14 to its All-CIF Divison I first team in his first year as a starting center guard. He was the only representative from Harvard-Westlake to be named to the team. “I feel like all my hard work has really paid off,” Snyder said. “It’s just an honor to be […]