A Signing Day Ceremony for the Gilman Seniors who will be playing a sport in college was held earlier this month. Congratulations to all! See who they are and where they're going here.
Lacrosse players in grades 1-8 can tune up for the spring season on Sunday, February 25 from 2-4:00 p.m., when Gilman hosts the GForce Lacrosse Clinic. The clinic will be run jointly by Gilman and Calvert Hall coaches, players, and alums, including Evan Connell, Davey Emala, and Patrick Kelly.
Nick Bach has been appointed Gilman's new varsity football head coach, succeeding Tim Holley '77. He will join the Gilman faculty this summer.
The Indoor Track team has won the MIAA Championship meet, bringing home the Foreman Cup and finishing the season undefeated with 146.5 points. Here is the Baltimore Sun article. For photos and the list of first place finishers, click here.
Varsity volleyball has won the MIAA Championship for the fourth time in the past five years and the first under first year head coach Diego Matorras. The VolleyHounds streaked ahead 2-0 before the Mt. St. Joe's Gaels rallied for a third game win. The Volleyhounds quickly recovered by winning the fourth game and claiming the title with a 3-1 match victory. You can watch the championship here. Congratulations to all on a terrific season!
Gilman sports fans can get around the clock information on the latest Greyhound games by calling:
Gilman Sports Hotline: 410.323.7385
Gilman is a part of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association.
statement of values
Gilman firmly believes that participation in athletics forms a vital part of the overall educational experience for all of its students in all grades, K-12. At their best, interscholastic and intramural competition and participation, as well as physical education in the lower grades, provide fertile grounds for important physical, social, and emotional growth and development. As with all aspects of our curricular and co-curricular program, the School should offer developmentally appropriate athletic options to serve the students’ needs and to realize their full potential.