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Welcome to Marymount Athletics

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 program not only provides a student with these opportunities but also 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 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

List of 5 news stories.

  • JV Basketball vs. Notre Dame Academy 1.26.23

    JV Basketball won their home game against NDA by nearly 30 points. The Sailors made several great rebounds and impressive shots to secure their first win in the Angelus League. Amazing job Sailors! JV heads to FSHA on Friday for their last game of the week at 4:30 pm!

    Win 43-15
  • Varsity Basketball vs. NDA 1.26.23

    Varsity Basketball played an intense home game against NDA! Although the Sailors lost, the team had powerful defensive play on court. Varsity plays FSHA on Friday at 6:00pm as their last game of the week.

    Loss 36-65
  • JV Soccer vs. Harvard Westlake 1.25.23

    Great win by the Sailors this Wednesday! The team showed up determined to get a different result the second time playing Harvard Westlake. Their eagerness to win pushed the Sailors to victory. Shoutout to Caroline K. '26 for an awesome goal off of a free kick. The team takes on Chaminade on Monday, January 30th for the last game of the season. 

    Win 4-1
  • Varsity Water Polo vs. Louisville 1.24.23

    Varsity Water Polo went up against Louisville on Tuesday. It was a tough game, and during the last quarter, we had great defense and did not give up. We lost 2-20. Sophia B. '23 and Eliza G. '25 scored one goal each. The team goes against Cleveland this Friday, January 27th. Let’s go, Sailors!
    Loss 2-20
  • JV Soccer vs. FSHA 1.23.23

    JV Soccer played a good game Monday, but chance after chance, the team just couldn't find the back of the net. Defensively, Caroline K. '26 and Reagan F. '23 had great performances, helping keep the shutout. Standing at 2-2-2 in league, the Sailors play Harvard Westlake on Wednesday for their last home game of the season.

    Tie 0-0
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