Earlier this week, Walker's varsity field hockey coach Mimi Duran was honored by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association for her 300th win which occurred this fall during the team's regular season.
Read more for the fall field hockey, soccer, cross country and volleyball awards given to noted players during the fall sports award ceremonies this year. Congratulations to all athletes on a great season!
Walker's varsity field hockey team has been a dominant program over the last decade under Head Coach Mimi Duran. Since 2007, the team has qualified nine times for the post-season New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Class C tournament, and in back-to-back seasons, the team was named NEPSAC Class C finalists.
Four exceptional varsity soccer captains — Reagan Kerecz '20, Alaina Vermilya '20, Ava Strohmeyer '21, and Lizzy Strapp '21 — led the team in the 2019 season that was one for the record books.
The Ethel Walker School varsity field hockey team qualified for post-season play in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Class C tournament.
Walker's varsity soccer team earned the #6 seed in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Class C Tournament.
In just her second season running for Walker's varsity cross country team, Madi Knapp '21 has made her mark in the school's program history.
November 2, 2019 marked the 300th win for Head Varsity Field Hockey Coach Mimi Duran following a 4-0 victory against Wilbraham and Monson Academy.
On Saturday, October 26, Madi Knapp '21 set a Pomfret School cross country course record and helped Walker's cross country team win first place against Marianapolis, Rectory, and host school, Pomfret.
Amanda Naimie, head JV field hockey coach and assistant varsity lacrosse coach, was inducted into the New England College Athletic Hall of Fame last month.