Athletic Achievements

2016-17 Achievements in Athletics

  • For the first time in Falmouth Academy history, two Mariner teams were ranked in the Top 20 in Massachusetts by The Boston Globe; the poll included all MIAA schools of any size.
  • Eliza Van Voorhis  ’17 broke Karen (Geagan) Lopes ’96  twenty-year-old record for career goals in soccer and was named MVP of the Cape & Islands League. Kendall Currence ’18, Brooke Feldott ’19, and Théo Guérin ‘17 were also named All-League for girls’ and boys’ soccer.
  • Varsity girls’ basketball won their third straight Cape and Islands League championship.  Center Eliza Van Voorhis ’17 joined teammate Kendall Currence ‘18 in the 1000 point scorers club, becoming the fifth player in FA girls’ basketball history to do so (Sarah Beninghof ’98, Leigh Stokey ’02, Katie Palmer ’05).  Eliza, Kendall, and Jane Earley ’18 were named to the All-League Team, as was Justin Bushway ’18 from Henry Stevens’ boys’ squad.
  • Varsity girls’ lacrosse team finished as undefeated Cape and Island League Champions for the third year in a row. MVP Jane Earley ’18 set a new FA single season record with 120 goals.  Also named All-League were Eliza Van Voorhis ’17, Brooke Feldott ’19, and Ainsley Ramsey ’20. Sam Colt-Simonds ’19 was named to the boys’ lacrosse All-League team.
  • Middle School boys’ soccer captured the Cape Cod Super Six soccer championship.  Falmouth Academy is a charter member of this young league comprised of independent and parochial middle school programs on the Cape.