Alumna competed in Women's World Cup

This summer Ali Riley ’06 played in three Women’s World Cup Games in Canada for the New Zealand Women’s National Team. New Zealand played against the Netherlands (0-1), the United States (0-0) and China (2-2). Riley is currently signed with the club team FC Rosengård, which won gold in the Damallsvenskan, where Riley played fullback […]

Alumnus receives championship ring

Jarron Collins ’97 will be receiving a NBA championship ring for coaching with the Golden State Warriors during their run to the NBA Finals. The Warriors’ head coach, Steve Kerr, hired Collins to be a player development coach prior to the 2014-15 NBA season. He was promoted to Assistant Coach this summer. The Warriors defeated […]

Changes imminent after Martin post

A Facebook post from former Wolverine football player Jonathan Martin ’08 revealing that he attempted suicide multiple times during his NFL career and felt unable to fit in at John Thomas Dye and Harvard-Westlake will cause the athletic department to increase its focus on the wellbeing of student athletes, Athletic Director Terry Barnum said. As […]

Students compete in Pan Am

Two track and field athletes competed in the Panamerican Junior Athletics Championships in Edmonton, Canada Aug. 1. Courtney Corrin ’16 placed second in the Panamerican Junior Athletics Championships for the long jump with a jump of 6.13 meters (20-1 1/3). Corrin qualified for the games after winning the USA Track and Field Junior National Championships […]

Six winter athletes named to All-CIF teams

The all-CIF Southern Section teams for four winter sports were released on the CIF-SS’ website on Monday evening, and the teams for girls’ water polo were released on Friday afternoon. In total, six Wolverine athletes were selected to the first teams in their respective divisions. In boys’ basketball, Alex Copeland ’15 was Harvard-Westlake’s lone selection. The […]

Football analyst discusses findings with Sports Research class

Tim Chou, a football analyst who graduated from Purdue with a major in engineering and has coached for Inglewood High, Torrance High and Golden West Junior College in Huntington Beach, talked to Bill Thill’s Sports Research class Friday about comparing the value of NFL players. Chou, who spoke at the 2014 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, gave […]

SAAC Names November Male and Female Athletes of the Month

HERE’S JOHNNY!: JOHNNY HOOPER ’15 WINS MALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH Congratulations to Johnny Hooper '15 who has been named the Male Athlete of the Month for November by the Student Athlete Advisory Council. A post shared by Harvard-Westlake Athletics (@hwathletics) on Nov 19, 2014 at 12:54pm PST “I like being #1 in all aspects,” water […]

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