Athletic Hall of Fame

The Baldwin School and its Alumnae Association recognizes and celebrates the lasting athletic achievements of Baldwin students, teams, coaches and athletic administrators.

Learn about past inductees.

Athletic Hall of Fame process and eligbility requirements.
 

The 2016 Athletic Hall of Fame honored the inductees showcased below.  View the full media gallery.
 


Sara Greenberg ’05

Sara’s athletic contributions as a three-sport athlete during her Baldwin years (lacrosse, soccer and basketball) culminated with her being recognized with Baldwin’s highest athletic recognition, the White Blazer Award. Her Baldwin days found Sara as both leader and athlete, serving as captain of all three sports. After leaving Baldwin, Sara played Division I lacrosse at Yale University and achieved postgraduate success in athletics through her participation as a member of Israel’s National Women’s Lacrosse Team and played in the 2014 World Cup in Toronto.


Jessica Perrucci Riley ’93

Jessica’s athletic contributions as a three-sport athlete during her Baldwin years (field hockey, basketball and lacrosse) culminated with her being recognized as a White Blazer Award Winner. Jessica served as captain of all three sports in her senior year. She received many accolades that included All Main Line, member of the Private I’s All-Star Team for field hockey and basketball in senior year and a candidate for Main Line “Athlete of the Year.” Jessica played Division I lacrosse and field hockey at Lafayette College. Presently, Jessica coaches at Summit Lacrosse Club, STEPS Elite Lacrosse of NJ and Kent Place School in Summit, NJ. She is an active board member for Summit Lacrosse Club and Sum it Up Lacrosse.


Marjorie Lindsay Reed ’39

Marjorie’s athletic contributions as a three-sport athlete during her Baldwin years (field hockey, tennis and basketball) culminated with her being recognized as a White Blazer Award Winner. The Reed Scholarship that honors excellence in teaching and is given annually was named in her honor.


Patricia West

Pat was the director of Athletics at Baldwin for 21 years and was involved in founding the Inter-Ac League. After Pat retired in 2001, The Baldwin School established the Pat West Award, which is given every year to a sophomore or junior girl who has played at least one varsity sport and has developed that sport through outside opportunities and  has the intention of playing at the collegiate level. 


Team Award Honoree: 2000 Cross Country Team

The 2000 Cross Country Team won the Inter-AC and State Championships in 2000.

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