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At Marymount, we believe our athletics programs help young women develop skills that nurture the intrinsic qualities and values of sportsmanship.  We also believe that honesty, diversity, and integrity create the core foundation of a Marymount student-athlete. Marymount Athletics provides each student with the opportunity to work with a team toward a common goal that shapes an athlete’s character and strengthens her moral development. Our athletics programs not only provide a student with these opportunities but it prepares her to compete successfully at the next level, collegiately and in life. The confidence achieved through success in attaining one’s individual goals is demonstrated in young woman’s poise, maturity and compassion.
A young woman who feels good about herself also accepts others more readily and is consequently more willing to reach out and assist her fellow women and men.  It is our goal for our students to demonstrate Christian love with a strong sense of justice in all of their endeavors, showing kindness, joy, self-discipline and perseverance.  We wish all of our athletes great success while remembering that “When the Great Scorer comes to mark against your name, he writes not that you won or lost, but how you played the game.” –Grantland Rice
Liz Driscoll
Athletics Director

List of 20 news stories.

  • Varsity Swim vs. Louisville 3.24.22

    The Sailor swim team competed against Louisville High School at Crespi on Thursday. The Sailors came in with a big splash and the entire team kept their times low and a few were able to drop a second or two off their times. Mary M. '25 dropped 4 seconds in her 500 freestyle time. Junior, Isabella M.'23 dropped two seconds in her 200 Freestyle time and has shown she is doing her best to automatically qualify for CIF. Coach Marissa is very proud of how well the team did at this meet, they knew it was going to be a very tough competition and the team gave it all of their efforts. Way to go Sailors!
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  • Varsity Softball vs. FSHA 3.17.22

    The Sailors fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 13-1 loss to Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy on Thursday. Marymount struggled to contain FSHA's offense giving up 13 runs on 9 hits.
    Sailors got things started in the first inning. Jillian D.'24 drove in one run when she
    tripled. Johanna O. '25 was in the pitcher's circle for Marymount. She went three innings, allowing nine runs
    on eight hits and striking out one. Jillian D. threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.
    Peyton J .'23 , Ava S.'23 , and Jillian D.'24 each managed one hit to lead Marymount. Unfortunately, luck was not on our side today as the Sailors took a league loss. 
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  • Varsity Swim vs. Marlborough 3.17.22

     The Sailors did an amazing job swimming against a very competitive Marlborough team this past Thursday. Coach Marissa's main goal for her swimmers was to try to beat their previous event times and many achieved this by dropping time. Ana H. '24 dropped 8 seconds in her 100 butterfly event. Audrey B.'25 dropped 3 seconds off of her 100 Freestyle time. The 200 Medley Relay team of Isabella M. '23, Audrey B.'25, Elizabeth G.'25, and Giulia D. '23 also dropped 3 seconds off their relay time and deserve a big congratulations. The team will host Immaculate Heart next week for another home meet. Come out and support your Sailors at our pool deck!
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  • Varsity Softball vs. PALIHI 3.15.22

    Marymount Sailors lost 9-8 despite out-hitting Palisades Dolphins Varsity 12 to 6 on Tuesday.
    Pali was down 6-4 in the top of the seventh inning when an error scored three runs for the
    Dolphins. Marymount took an early lead in the second inning. Scoring two runs when Cece R.'24 homered.
    Marymount put up three runs in the second inning. Amanda B.'25 and Cece R.'24 each drove in runs
    during the inning. Johanna O.'25 took the loss for Marymount. The pitcher went seven innings, allowing nine runs on six hits, striking out five, and walking one. The Sailors saw the ball well racking up 12 hits in the game. Jillian D.'24 , Zoey G.24 , and Ava S.'23 all managed multiple hits for the Marymount Varsity Sailors. Jillian D.'24 led Marymount with four hits in four at-bats. The team will face FSHA on Thursday for another league match-up.
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  • Varsity Swim vs. NDA 3.15.22

    The Sailors won their second meet in a row against Notre Dame Academy. The Sailor swimmers took first in many events for the first time this season and have shown great improvement. Ana H. ' 24 swam her best race yet, placing first in the event while dropping 7 seconds off her 200 freestyle time. Way to Go Ana! Congratulations are also in order to Freshman Lelia L. '25 for dropping 16 seconds off her 100 backstroke time. Overall the Sailors had a victorious meet and are hosting Marlborough on Thursday, March 17th at home. GO SAILORS!
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  • Varsity Softball vs. IHHS 3.14.22

    The Sailor's effort to come back from down five runs in the fourth inning came up just short, as they
    fell 9-7 to Immaculate Heart on Monday. Marymount managed four runs in the failed comeback.
    Ava S. '23, Jillian D.'24, and Johanna O.'25 came through with RBIs to lead the rally.
    Despite the loss, Marymount Varsity Sailors did collect ten hits in the high-scoring affair.
    Unfortunately, Immaculate Heart had 11 hits on the way to victory. Immaculate Heart took the lead for good with two runs in the third inning. In the third, an error scored one run for Immaculate Heart.
    Marymount notched three runs in the fifth inning. The offensive firepower by Marymount was
    led by Ava S.'23 and Jillian D.'24 , all sending runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning.
    Johanna O.'25  went six innings, allowing nine runs on 11 hits, striking out six, and walking one. Jillian D.'24 went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead the Sailors in hits.   Although the Sailors did not end up with the win, they played well, and tore up the base paths with 8 stolen bases. Cece R. '24 led the way with five. Way to go Sailors!
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  • Varsity Swim vs. NDA 3.10.22

    The Sailors won their first league meet of the season against Notre Dame Academy 117-44. Our swimmers came in with a big splash! Giulia D. '23 dropped 2 seconds on her 50 freestyle time and came in 2nd place. A huge congratulations to the 200 Freestyle relay team made up of Giulia D. '23, Lucia S. '25, Julia G.'23, and Talia L. '24. In a very close and intense race, the relay team came in first and dropped 3 seconds off the record time. Overall, the Sailors had a wonderful meet and will rematch against NDA again next week on Tuesday as well as take on Marlborough at home on Thursday. Way to go Sailors!
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  • Varsity Softball vs. Alemany 2.24.22

    Sailors scored 5 runs over 6 innings but it wasn't enough to get the win against Alemany in the 15-5 loss on Thursday, February 24th. A. Schwartz '23 went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Marymount in hits and J. Dombrowski '24 and X. Cortez'22 , both collected RBI's by driving in a couple of runs with their bats. P. Jackson '24 led the Sailors with three stolen bases including stealing home with an exciting dive into home plate, as they ran wild on the base paths with six stolen bases. Freshman J Osher '25 did a great job pitching her first complete high school game. The Sailors will head to Hamilton for their next nonleague match up. GOOD LUCK!
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  • Varsity Softball vs. Da Vinci 2.22.22

    Tuesday's game at Dana Middle School was extremely cold, very windy, and even had a rain delay but our Sailors fought through it to kick off our first non league game of the softball season. Marymount fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 12-2 loss to Wiseburn - Da Vinci.  
    Our team struggled with pitching in the first inning giving up 7 of the 12 runs until Freshman Pitcher J. Osher '25 entered the game and quickly got us out of the inning. Osher did a great job of staying composed and finishing the game with all the crazy weather circumstances going on. Senior X. Cortez'22 , Sophomores C. Rasmussen'24, P. Jackson '24 , and Junior A. Schwartz '23 each managed one hit while up at bat. The team travels to Alemany on Thursday for another away game. Good luck Sailors!
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  • Varsity Soccer vs. Notre Dame 2.2.22

    The Sailors faced Notre Dame Sherman Oaks on Wednesday night at Notre Dame. Marymount needed at least a tie to clinch first place in the ever competitive Sunshine League.
    The game was the typical battle between two strong teams who never gave up at any moment.
    While 0-0 at halftime, Marymount regrouped and started playing much better soccer in the second half.
    The decisive moment came with about 25 minutes to go, when Milla K.'24 scored a free-kick from around 30 yards out. From that point on, with NDSO pushing forward trying to tie the game, Marymount absolutely dominated and had several chances to score a second goal. The Sailors hit the crossbar and had at least three huge chances saved on the goalline by NDSO defenders. When everything looked lost, NDSO was able to tie the game with three minutes to go, making the final few minutes very tense.
    When the game ended at 0-0, the Sailors rightfully celebrated their victory.
    Marymount finishes League with a 6-0-2 record, undefeated and only giving up 3 goals in 8 games.
    MM will play Archer on Friday and start playoffs next week. Great job Sailors!
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  • JV Soccer vs. Marlborough 1.31.22

    The JV Sailors defeated the Mustangs  3-1. After a slow first half and starting the second half down one, the girls were fired up to put some goals in the net. Making some great passes and pressure up top by our forwards created a forced error allowing Kate W. to score and tie the game. A few minutes later Taylor S. was able to play the ball from left mid to Jillian D. playing left forward who crossed the ball into the goalie box for Gigi D. to score. With a few minutes left on the clock, Riley A. passed a long ball to Jillian D. for the third and final goal of the match. The defensive line did a fantastic job clearing and holding Malborough’s attack forward. Chiara T. made some amazing saves in goal to maintain the lead and walk away from this game as the victors.  Great job Sailors! Next game the Sailors are hosting the Knights and will celebrate our seniors. 
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  • Varsity Basketball vs. Chaminade 1.25.22

    With Chaminade being ranked #1 in division 1 and them being at the top of our league, our Sailors knew we would have our hands full going into this game with our young team.  Our team played strong and were able to break their full-court press initially, we just panicked and would give up the ball shortly after.  Their aggressive, in your face, the defense caused us to turn the ball over a ton in the first quarter.  In the second, they backed off and it allowed us to move the ball to get some open shots.  In the second half, Chaminade came out in zone defense and we were able to score 22 of our 33 points then. Way to go Sailors! You all fought through adversity and were able to execute on both ends in the second half with a great finish to the game.  
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  • Varsity Soccer vs. Louisville 1.24.22

    Excellent performance by the Sailors who were able to put away chances early on in the game and went on cruise control for the rest of the game. MVP of the day was Makena D. '23, who scored two goals and assisted one, but a great performance was given by every player on the roster. The first goal was scored by Makena D. '23, assisted by Peyton B.'24 with a masterful cross. The second goal was scored by Bella "Sparky" A. '22, assisted my Makena D.'23. The third goal was again scored by Makena, with assistance from Abby A.'25. Finally, the fourth goal, early in the second half, was scored by Keaton D. '24, and was unassisted. Goalkeeper Kalyn M. earned her 6.5 shutout of her season (8th for the team). Sailors are now 4-0-1 and in first place in the Sunshine League. Great job!
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  • Varsity Soccer vs. Notre Dame Academy 1.25.22

    Exceptional game for Marymount Varsity today. After tying NDA 0-0 last Friday, missing around 15 chances, the girls came back with a vengeance this week and finished 5-0 against Notre Dame Academy .
    The Sailors started really strong, exhibiting a clear tactical plan which succeeded in taking away all sources of play from the opponents. Whenever the Sailors recovered the ball a scoring opportunity was created and NDA couldn't find solutions to stop the offense which ended 4-0 at halftime. MM never looked back, started the second half really well, scoring the 5th goal very early on. The only chance for NDA came in the final minutes of the game but backup goalie Jaya B. '24 was able to touch the ball just enough to send it to the post and then recover it.
    Varsity is now 5-0-1 in Sunshine League, holding first place with only two games to go.
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  • Varsity Basketball vs. Notre Dame Sherman Oaks 1.24.22

    The Sailors started the game being able to break NDSO’s full-court press, but struggled against their half-court man-to-man pressure.  After settling in, they were able to get into plays and execute, but could not make a basket.  We saw some success when NDSO switched to zone, but it wasn’t enough to make a run.  The Sailors lost this league match up by a score of 14-66.

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  • Varsity Basketball vs. Price 1.22.22

    The Sailors started off the game hot by going up 11-5 on Price early into the first quarter.  Their success came from moving the ball against Price’s zone defense and by us taking high-quality shots.  On the defensive end, we did not allow any penetration into the paint and forced Price to take contested shots from the outside. As the game progressed, Price began to pressure us and we had some hiccups offensively that led to easy baskets for them.  Price also began hitting their outside shots and pulled away in the second half.  
    Spotlight Performer: Cece R.'24  Cece’s offense has started coming along as the season has progressed.  In the game against Price, she scored a career-high of 12pts, while also leading the team in deflections and rebounds.  Her effort on the defensive end is leading to easy baskets for her on the offensive end. Great job Cece!
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  • Varsity Basketball vs. Harvard Westlake 1.20.22

    The Sailors struggled against Harvard Westlake’s aggressive half-court man to man defense early in the game.  As the game progressed, the Sailors were able to make the proper adjustments and were able to get some good quality shots.  HW came out in the second half in a zone defense and the Sailors ended up scoring 13 straight points before HW switched back into their man defense.  The Sailors had a great effort on the defensive end in the second half, as they came out way more aggressive than they did in the first half of the game.  

    Spotlight Performer: Yuki P. '24 Although Yuki was unable to take a shot this game, her effort on the defensive end sparked our run in the 3rd quarter.  Her on the ball pressure and off-ball deflections led to additional possessions for the Sailors in the second half. The game finished in a loss for the Sailors 20-71.
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  • Varsity Soccer vs. Notre Dame Sherman Oaks 1.19.22

    Marymount played really well for the majority of the game, going up 2-0 in the first twenty minutes with goals from Amber G. '23 (assisted by Kylie S.'24) and Isabella "Sparky" A. '22(assisted by Peyton B. '22). After missing a third goal in the second half on a couple of occasions, MM inexplicably took the foot off the gas and allowed for NDSO to get back into the game with a goal in the final three minutes of the game. The referee gave four minutes of injury time and in the second one, NDSO tied the game 2-2.
    When everything seemed lost, MM was awarded a free kick in the midfield circle. Milla K. '24 delivered a great ball into the center of the penalty box and Bella A. '22was able to head the ball in the back of the net over the goalkeeper who went for a desperate attempt to block the ball.
    The final whistle blew a few moments later for a dramatic 3-2 win.
    The Sailors are now 3-0 and in first place in the Sunshine League. Great job!
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  • Varsity Water Polo vs. West HS 1.19.22

    On January 19th the Sailors showed great improvement in their nonleague rematch with West Torrance High School. After a complete blowout in the first game matchup, we ended with a 10-4 score this time around. The team showed improvement in all areas in the rematch.  Lily F. led the team, scoring 3 of the goals herself and putting up 6 steals. The team will take on Louisville Tuesday night at Crespi for the next league game. Great job Sailors!
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  • Varsity Soccer vs. Louisville 1.17.22

    Second win in a row for our Varsity Sailors that are now 2-0 in the Sunshine League.
    Marymount dominated for a large part of the game, outshooting the opponents 19 to 5.
    Unfortunately, a lot of easy chances were missed and the game ended up being more complicated than it should have been. Although 0-0 at halftime, the girls started the second half very strongly, scoring in the first minute, with a beautiful goal from Isabella "Sparky" A. '22, assisted by Peyton B.'22.
    The second goal was scored again by Sparky, this time assisted by Hayden H. ' 23, with a couple of minutes to go.
    An excellent performance from the entire defensive line and goalie Kalyn M.'22 had her second consecutive shutout. The team will take on Notre Dame Sherman Oaks at home on Wednesday. Go Sailors!
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