Bears in College
Many student-athletes are driven to continue their athletic careers in college. This requires a coordinated effort between the athlete, her family and the school. The first step is to consult the "Guide for the College-Bound Athlete" available on the NCAA Clearinghouse website.
Deb Surgi, Director of Athletics, regularly provides information to our student-athletes regarding NCAA eligibility, NCAA Clearinghouse registration, and Division I, II, and III athletic programs. Students may also contact their coaches for further information about specific sports programs, conferences, and levels of competition.
The NCAA Eligibility Center is designed for the student-athlete and her parents. This site is a terrific resource to help understand the application process and the NCAA. Students interested in competing in NCAA Division I, II, or III athletics must register with the NCAA Clearinghouse. Registration should take place before the student athletes’ junior year.
We encourage all student-athletes interested in participating at the collegiate level to visit the College Counseling office. There you will find information that can help you decide what role athletics should play in your college search, as well as important details about eligibility, recruiting and scholarships. Please contact Deb Surgi, Director of Athletics, if you have further questions at email@example.com.
Bears in College
|Class of 2017||Jennifer Dietrich||Bucknell University||Track & Field|
|Caroline Kiser||Union College||Crew|
|Sumrin Mudgil||Stanford University||Squash|
|Emma Sass||Washington University||Tennis|
|Pallavi Sreedhar||Columbia University||Squash|
|Zara Wenzinger||Duquesne University||Crew|
|Class of 2016
||Maddy Carré||Skidmore College||Field Hockey|
|Ellie Greenberg||Middlebury College||Soccer & Track|
|Danielle Hammond||Virginia Commonwealth University||Basketball|
|Olivia Horwitz||Columbia University||Squash|
|Angela Luo||Columbia University||Squash|
|Samantha O'Keefe||Moravian College||Softball|
|Morgan Steelman||Princeton University||Squash|
|Rachel Sutor||Hamilton College||Crew|
|Noelle Zimmerman||Gettysburg College||Softball|
|Class of 2015||Maddy Brill-Edwards||College of Charleston||Soccer|
|Maddie Dawkins||University of Pennsylvania||Soccer|
|Nicole DeLuca||Dickinson College||Squash|
|Krista Hinchman||Loyola University of Maryland||Soccer|
|Alexa Horwitz||Bowdoin College||Squash|
|Saranne Louth||Butler University||Swimming|
|Eliza Mantelmacher||George Washington University||Lacrosse|
|Ali Thaler||Harvard University||Lacrosse|
|Val Yoshimura||Harvard University||Swimming|
Athletic Hall of Fame
The Baldwin School and its Alumnae Association recognizes and celebrates the lasting achievements of Baldwin students, teams, coaches and athletic administrators. The Baldwin School Alumnae Association has formalized a process to recognize and celebrate the lasting athletic achievements of Baldwin students, teams, coaches and athletic administrators.
To be eligible for the Hall of Fame you must meet the following eligibility requirements:
Individual - 10 years from Baldwin graduation and have a been a letter winner in at least 2 sports and first team All-Inter-Ac (if applicable) selection in at least one varsity sport or having equivalent State or National honors in one particular sport
Teams - 10 years from completion of season
Teacher/Coaches - 5 years from last Baldwin coaching assignment
Administration - 5 years from full-time employment at Baldwin
Nominees will be evaluated on the basis of relative performance within an athletic era or time period
Nominees will not be evaluated solely on win loss records or individual statistics
Nominees must be of exemplary character and reputation
Nominees may be elected and inducted posthumously
Further consideration will be given for outstanding athletic success and accomplishments through performance in college or later life that brings credit and distinction to The Baldwin School.