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Winter Sports Wrap Up

Girls Basketball
Head Coach: Monique Liddell

Maret Girls Basketball had one of its highest finishes in some time. The competition was fierce this year as the team played one of the toughest schedules in the area—which included four games against the #1 team in the country. The Frogs ended up 10-4 in conference play and 18-9 overall, earning them a third-place finish in the ISL AA division. Highlights included an upset against Georgetown Visitation to advance to the conference championship. The team finished #12 in the Washington Post rankings and #7 in the Top 10 Max Preps rankings for the DMV.

A driven group of seniors led the team to all of these successes, but the journey really began four years ago when they committed to a program with a 5-18 record in the ISL A Division. Back then, they had a vision to move into the ISL AA Division and compete against the very best teams. This season was a testament to their persistence, heart, and skill and also a model for the younger players who will return next year to continue making history.

Captains: Page Greenburg ’22, Ava McGee ’22
ISL AA All-League: Page Greenburg ’22, Maryan Eniafe ’23
DCSAA First Team All-State AA Division: Page Greenburg ’22, Maryan Eniafe ’23
Washington Post Second Team All-Met: Page Greenburg ’22
DCSAA Second Team All-State AA Division: Zaiha Minnis ’22


Boys Basketball
Head Coach: Chuck Driesell

basketball player dribbling ball

The Boys Varsity basketball team completed what one can only call a season like no other. The young team, faced with COVID-imposed limitations, was spurred on by the mantra BELIEVE.  
Despite a 9-14 record, the players and coaches worked hard, followed health and safety protocols, and stayed positive while preparing to compete in what was broadly considered one of the MAC’s strongest seasons in recent history.  

The Frogs started off 5-2 playing good basketball on both ends of the floor. COVID concerns shut down the team from December 14 to January 6, but the team was resilient. The players’ belief in each other and the process was paramount as they fought to overcome the challenges. Team captains provided the leadership needed to perform night in and night out.

Team Captains Masai Jenkins, LT Brown, and James Lerner provided the leadership it took to overcome adversity and to compete and perform night in and night out. The season ended with a hard-fought loss in the MAC tournament to a tough Flint Hill squad 72-77. The 2022-23 team will return nine players, three starters, who all gained considerable experience.

Captains: Masai Jenkins ’22, LT Brown ’22, James Lerner ’23
MAC All-League: Malchiah Marable ’24
DCSAA First Team All-State AA Division: Malchiah Marable ’24


Swimming
Head Coach: Crosby Treadwell

swimmer starting off the block for breaststroke

This winter, Maret swimmers had one of their best dual meet records in recent history. Twenty-two swimmers came out to swim for Maret—the largest team in six years. The inaugural DCSAA swim meet was a highlight of the season with Emily Noll ’22 and Xavier Orlic ’23 both winning the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke. Noll was also awarded the girls most outstanding swimmer award.

Captains: Emily Noll ’22, Xavier Orlic ’23
MAC All-League: Xavier Orlic ’23                                             
DCSAA All-State: Xavier Orlic ’23  
ISL All-League: Emily Noll ’22
DCSAA Girls’ Most Outstanding Swimmer Award: Emily Noll ’22
DCSAA Swimmer of the Year: Emily Noll ’22   
WMPSSDL Co-Female Swimmer of the Year: Emily Noll ’22
WMPSSDL All-League: Emily Noll ’22
Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention: Emily Noll ’22