Weissenbach reaches NCAA nationals

Former Wolverine track star Amy Weissenbach ’12 qualified for NCAA Outdoor Nationals in the 800 meter race and was part of the Stanford 4×400 team that also qualified. In the 800, she qualified fifth overall and second in her heat at Regionals with a time of 2:04.97. Her 4×400 team qualified eighth overall with a […]

Alumni networking group hosts event

Four alumni came to speak about their business experiences at an informal meeting which was held in the Emery Room on March 6. Zach Goren ’03, Corey Hanker ’93, Austin Katz ’95 and Nate Snyder ’94 are all a part of the new HW alumni network, HW Works, which aims to connect alumni with students […]

Girls’ volleyball program begins beach season

Since its inception last year, the girls’ beach volleyball team has continued to garner support from various members of the girls’ volleyball team. A team was started last year by the head of the Amateur Athletic Union for Beach Volleyball, Gino Grajeda. Grajeda contacted Adam Black, the head of Harvard-Westlake volleyball, along with coaches from […]

Girls' soccer loses on penalties

Making its way to the CIF semifinals, the varsity girls’ soccer team had faced little trouble from its opposition. The only thing in the way of progressing on to the finals was a game against Chaminade, a team that the Wolverines had already beaten once during the regular season. Despite many chances on goal, none […]

Too Cool for School

Coming off of its second-straight Mission League Championship, the varsity girls’ soccer team is aiming to look past its loss in the quarter finals last year and win the CIF playoffs. “This team has surprised me in a good way on several occasions this season,” team captain Hannah Lichtenstein ’13 said. “With the talent, coaching […]

Girls' soccer claims Mission League

After trouncing Louisville 6-0, the Harvard-Westlake girls’ varsity soccer team finished their season with a League record of 8-1-1 and earned the title of Mission League Champions. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy delivered the Wolverines their only loss of the season and initially, both teams were going to share the title because they were tied. However, […]

Girls soccer switches offensive formation

Since changing formations at the start of the season, players say the varsity girls’ soccer team has been very successful and will be testing its skill in the Canyon in Mater Dei Invitational. The major change that the team made this season was changing its formation from a 4-3-3 to a 4-4-2. Head Coach Richard […]

Girls' soccer records second straight shutout

After shutting out Oaks Christian 3-0, the varsity girls’ soccer team gained their second consecutive win and increased their overall record to 3-1-1. Hannah Lichtenstein ’13 scored two goals, and Rina Gores ’15 scored the third to confirm the win. The team’s next game will be against Mater Dei on Dec. 19 in their first […]

Girls' soccer avoids loss with tying goal in final minutes

In a six goal thriller, the Harvard-Westlake girls’ varsity soccer team tied El Camino Real in their second game of the season, 3-3. Although El Camino Real opened the scoring up early on, the Wolverines were awarded a penalty moments later after Chloe Castaneda ’15 was fouled in the penalty box. Team captain Hannah Lichtenstein […]

Girls’ soccer aims for 3rd Mission League title in 4 years

After winning the Mission League last year, the girls’ varsity soccer team is looking to repeat the success, while going farther in CIF. One of the dominant seniors, Hannah Lichtenstein ’13, has been out with a stress fracture in her foot and has been wearing a boot to prevent further injury. Lichtenstein said that the […]