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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
 
Sincerely,
 
Liz Driscoll
Athletics Director


Sailor Strong News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Golf vs Mayfield - 10.1.19

    The Marymount Sailors player a non-league match against Mayfield at Altadena Golf Course. Team Captains Grace J. and Joelle V. played in the first group against Megan M. and Amy B. Grace J. shot a 50, and Joelle V. scored 61. After the first group totals the Sailors were down by 11 strokes. Emily F. and Katharine D. played in the second group against Esme C. and Ysabelle M. Emily F. posted the lowest score from both teams with a 47, Katharine D. shot a 58. With the second group totals the Sailors cut into Mayfield’s lead, but were now down by only 4 strokes. Morgan S. and Abby M. played in the final group against Emily W. and Daniela B. Morgan shot a 67, and Abby scored 74 (score dropped). It was a close match but the Sailors came up a little short. Mayfield won with a team score of 270 and the Sailors shot 283 losing by only 13 strokes. 
     
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  • Golf vs. Harvard Westlake – 10.3.19

    The Marymount Sailors played an away match against Harvard Westlake at Balboa Golf Course. Harvard Westlake is the defending 2018-19 Mission League Champions. Coach Trent, told the Sailors to play the match as practice for League Finals, to go out on the course and play hard.
    Senior Grace J. shot the low score for the Sailors with a 46, Emily F. was right behind her with a 48. Joelle V. and Katharine D. both posted a 56. Maggie S. brought up the rear with a 58. The Sailors shot a team total of 264 losing to Harvard Westlake’s 206.
     
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  • JV Tennis vs Harvard Westlake – 10-8-19

    The Sailors played a tough Harvard Westlake team. Campbell L. played #1 singles and won 2 sets. The Sailors #1 doubles team Lindsey R. and Olivia U. won a set in a tough battle 7-6. Quincy P. continues to hit some strong ground strokes. Grace D. had a couple of very competitive long rallies against her opponent. Sailors lose their first league game of the season 5-13.
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  • JV Volleyball Lakewood Tournament – 10.5.19

    Game 1 vs St. Paul
     
    The Sailors had one goal for the Lakewood Tournament, to win it all. Nicole M. led the team with a serving run. Coco K. and Alana B. both were swinging the ball with precision placement on the court. Dior C. blocked consistently. Catherine M.’s swings from the middle and aces were huge. Mary W., Amelie L. and Keili K. had some key sets as well as a strong defense. Emma S. had some great roll shots and Julia C. was successful with her overpass kill. Sailors win 25-15, 25-8.
     
     
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  • JV Volleyball vs Harvard Westlake – 10.8.19

    JV Volleyball recently faced Harvard Westlake in the Lakewood Tournament where the Sailors won it all. Marymount was just as successful playing the Wolverines on their home court. Emma S. had an impressive serving run of 15-0. The Sailors win 25-15, 25-9 continuing their undefeated in league status. 
     
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