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 […]

Team hopes to benefit from deeper, more experienced roster

The varsity girls’ golf team will start off their season against Marymount with two seniors Vivian Lin ’16 and Lauren Song ’16 leading them. The team believes that with this advantage, their dynamic will be strong. Program head Marge Chamberlain said that with everybody returning with improved skills, they will be looking forward to an […]

6 alums playing professional baseball

Heading into the final stretch of the baseball season, six Wolverines find themselves playing at the highest level of America’s pastime. ranks Lucas Giolito ’12 as the third best prospect in the league and ranks him as the number one pitching prospect. He is ranked as the top prospect in the Washington Nationals’ farm […]

Squad to depend on skill over experience

Coming off an undefeated season, varsity field hockey enters the fall season with a team that will be dependent on its younger players. The team lost Maddie Oswald ’15 to Georgetown and Brooke Reese ’15 to Yale, both Division I schools. They left the team with only three seniors and five juniors, making them reliant […]

Undermanned squad perseveres despite strict CIF dual match rules

Despite facing a serious lack of depth compared to its strong Mission League competition, the varsity wrestling team is off to a successful start to the 2014-15 season. The team has an 0-2 record in Mission League play as of press time, but the record is more a result of the CIF Southern Section’s strict […]

Rower to attend Columbia University

Sabrina Zaks ’15 committed to Columbia University. She will participate in their Division I rowing program. Zaks has rowed for the Marina Aquatic Center for the past three years and will row for them this year as well. She chose Columbia University because her brother, Michael Zaks ’13, is a current sophomore there, and she […]

Boys’, girls’ athletic programs make top 5 in CIF-SS Commissioner’s Cup rankings

Recognized for their success during the 2013-14 school year, Harvard-Westlake Athletics placed in the top five of the CIF Southern Section Commissioner’s Cup rankings for both boys and girls. The Commissioner’s Cup is a year-long competition that rewards athletic programs in the CIF-SS for cumulative success in all sports. Neither the Wolverine boys nor girls […]

Giolito wins pitcher of the year award

The Washington Nationals honored former Wolverine pitcher Lucas Giolito ’12 as pitcher of the year in the Nationals’ minor league system. Giolito, after a year of rehab on his elbow following Tommy John Surgery, went 10-2 with a 2.20 ERA for the Class A Hagerstown Suns, and paced the team with 110 strikeouts. “It’s an […]

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