Ten Sacred Heart Greenwich athletes received postseason honors, after excelling in their respective sports during the winter season.
Senior Leah Atkins was a NEPSAC Class A All-Star Team selection and was an All-FAA Second Team selection. A guard/captain, Atkins was one of the leading scorers for the Tigers, who advanced to the semifinal-round of the FAA Tournament.
Sarah Augustine, a sophomore forward/center, received All-FAA Honorable Mention accolades.
Eighth-grader Caroline Fouts made the All-NEPSAC Team in squash. Fouts won the No. 1 player championship at the NEPSAC Class A Tournament recently and sparked the Tigers from the top spot throughout the season. She also was named to the All-FAA Team for Sacred Heart, which posted a program-best, third-place finish at the U.S. High School Team Squash Championships last month.
Senior Katie Keller, who starred at the No. 2 spot for Sacred Heart’s squash squad, was an All-FAA Team selection and teammate Sabrina Schwarz, a freshman, was an All-FAA Honorable Mention recipient.
In swimming, freshman Alexandra Bastone, earned All-NEPSAC honors. She won the 500-yard freestyle title at the NEPSAC Division I Championships and placed fourth in the 200-yard freestyle. Bastone also made the All-FAA squad.
Jane Cary, an eighth-grader (200 freestyle) earned All-NEPSAC accolades, as did eighth-grader Rory Keller (500 freestyle). Keller was also named to the All-FAA squad.
Sacred Heart senior diver Piper Van Wagenen received All-NEPSAC honors for her performance on the 1-meter diving board at the Division I Championships and sophomore swimmer Elise Taylor was recognized as an Honorable Mention selection by the FAA.