Congratulations to our varsity ice hockey team. They are now five-time MIAA ice hockey champions!
In the MIAA Championships our JV placed 2nd overall and varsity placed 3rd. Swimmers bettered or equaled the School's highest finishes ever. Congratulations to all of these athletes for their hard work and strong finish to the season! Here are the results.
A Signing Day Ceremony for the 14 Gilman seniors who have committed to play a sport (or two) in college was held on February 5. See who they are and where they're going here.
Congratulations to Beck Wittstadt ‘21, who took first place the sophomore 800 at the Ocean Breeze Invitational, setting a meet record of 2:00.33. His current national rank is fourth in the sophomore 1600 and eighth in the sophomore 800. His 1600 time of 4:26.00 was set at MIAA Championships earlier in January.
The talented MS squash team represented Gilman well in the U.S. Middle School Squash Nationals at Yale, finishing in fifth place out of 55 schools and playing some of the best teams in the country.
How often does a rookie player get to the Super Bowl? Our own Micah Kiser '13, an LA Rams linebacker, is one! In this Baltimore Sun article, Micah "attributes some of his football savvy to his time at Gilman." And here's a recent news piece that aired on WJZ-TV.
The 200 medley relay squad has broken the 2016 record. The relay team went 1:39.26, bettering the 2016 mark of 1:40.77. Congratulations to Max Verheyen, Nathan Hedgecock, Philip Morgan, and Wade Perry! Max also broke the 200 freestyle school record.
Success for Ice Hockey, Indoor Tract, Squash, Swimming and Wrestling; challenges for Basketball. Here’s the latest recap from the courts, mats, rink, pool, and track.
Current tri-school 8th- through 11th-grade students and their parents are encouraged to join us on Sunday, March 10 to learn more about the college athletic recruiting process.
A large turnout for the Lacrosse Bingo event yielded more than family fun for hundreds of players of all ages. It also raised more than $3,500 for the varsity lacrosse team training trip to Arizona during spring break. Here is a photo gallery from the evening.
Brandon Copeland '09 and Darius Jennings '11 exchanged jerseys -- with bookend numbers! -- after they played each other on December 2, with the Tennessee Titans getting the win over the New York Jets 26-22.
Jack Paternotte ’27 has won the Mid-Atlantic Squash Championship for under-11 players. He is ranked #1 in the state for his age group and #41 in the U.S. Jack always plays in his Gilman gear and proudly represents the School. He is known by players and parents as a gentleman on and off the court. Well done, Jack!
Brooks Matthews '87 decides to step down as the varsity lacrosse coach following the end of the 2019 season.
More than 20 former Greyhound footballers from six different decades joined Head Coach Nick Bach and this year’s varsity football team for breakfast and conversation before the 103rd Gilman-McDonogh game on November 3. Here's a summary of the morning with photos.
Former Gilman football teammates Cyrus Jones '12 and Henry Poggi '13 reconnected as teammates with the New England Patriots for a few days before Cyrus was re-signed by the Baltimore Ravens. Here's a Baltimore Sun article, No, Cyrus Jones isn't a Patriots 'spy.' Cyrus had a solid debut for the Ravens returning punts and winning bragging rights in the Gilman face-off with the Titans' WR Darius Jennings '11.
Max Verheyen ‘19, a varsity swimmer since his freshman year, has qualified for the Scholastic All American Team at USA Swimming. While competing at the Futures competition, Max achieved both Winter and Summer JR National cuts in the 400 IM, and Winter JR National cuts in the 200 IM, 100 Breast, and 200 Breast events. Requirements included academic performance as well as swimming achievement. Congratulations Max!
Gilman Athletic Director Russell Wrenn ‘96 is shown with Trilogy Lacrosse CEO Ryan Boyle ‘00 and campers at Boyle’s lacrosse camp at Goucher College. Wrenn spoke to two different sessions of campers about the college recruiting process. Boyle founded Trilogy in 2005 with his Gilman and Princeton teammate, Rob Lindsey ‘00.