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Welcome to Marymount Athletics

At Marymount, we believe that participation in athletics is an integral part of a well-rounded education. Our athletic programs provide a unique platform for students to develop not only their physical skills but also their character, discipline, and teamwork abilities. We view athletics as an extension of the classroom, where valuable life lessons are learned, and where our students can thrive in a positive and supportive environment.

Our primary focus is to nurture the potential, foster personal growth, self-confidence, and resilience in each and every student-athlete. We support a healthy balance of athletics and academics and we instill the importance of lifelong learning and the value of setting goals on and off the field.

Through athletic competition, we teach the importance of hard work, dedication, and perseverance, equipping our students with valuable skills that will serve them well in their future endeavors.
As a Sailor, we value the power of teamwork and the spirit of sportsmanship. We encourage our student-athletes to compete with integrity, respecting their opponents, officials, and the rules of the game. Our goal is to create a culture of inclusivity, where every individual feels valued, supported, and empowered to reach their fullest potential.

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  • Swimming vs. Mayfield 2.29.24

    The Marymount swim team put up a great fight as they took on Mayfield last Thursday! The Varsity team won 9 out of 11 events, but the final scores were Varsity 73-92 and JV 54-100. However, many girls reached their new best time! Wishing the Sailors good luck as they take on Marlborough next Monday 3/11 for their third meet!
  • Softball vs. Brentwood 2.27.24

    Softball had an outstanding victory against Brentwood, with a final score of 28-4! Madi K. '27 and Jill D. '24 hit amazing home runs, while Reese J. '26 showed off her exceptional pitching skills. The Sailors are gearing up for their next game against Crossroads this Thursday. 
  • Track & Field @ Harvard Westlake 2.26.24

    The Sailors had their first non-league meet at Harvard Westlake High School this Tuesday, February 26th. Everyone did so well for this meet, with numerous PRs and first-place finishes! Our varsity team placed 2nd, and our junior varsity team placed 3rd out of six teams. Congratulations to Allie G. '27, who ran the junior varsity 400-meter dash and placed 4th in her race with a time of 1:15.32! Great job to Tallulah F. '27 for placing 2nd in the varsity 100-meter dash with a time of 13.35 seconds and for also placing 3rd in the varsity 200-meter dash with a time of 28.04 seconds! Congrats to Saskia S. '24 for placing 2nd in the varsity high jump with a mark of 4-4! Great job to all the Sailors who attended the meet. Overall, the team did amazing for their first non-league meet and is headed to their second invitational at Culver City High School this Saturday, March 2nd! Good luck to all our running and field event athletes!
  • Softball vs. Mayfield 2.23.24

    Softball kicked off their season with a match against Mayfield, but unfortunately, ended up on the losing side with a score of 2-12. However, Amelia C. '27 showcased her talent with a remarkable catch, securing the third out in the third inning. Additionally, Zoe A. '24 contributed in the outfield with a spectacular catch on the right side. The team's next game is this Tuesday against Brentwood. Let’s go Sailors!
  • Swimming vs. Archer 2.22.24

    Congrats to the swim team on their first win of the season in their first meet of the season! They started the season out strong with JV winning 107-41 and Varsity 88-77 against Archer last Thursday. Shoutout to Francis L. '26 for placing first in the 500 Free and to all new swimmers who had a great first meet. The team takes on Mayfield this week at home on Thursday at 3:45pm. Keep kicking boat!
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