Author & Commentator Mike Lupica, addressing SES student athletes
"Sports is a memory-making business"
List of 3 items.
Excellent Coaching / Saint Edward’s coaches are dedicated educators, passionate about their sports and about bringing out the best in their athletes. Most were themselves accomplished collegiate and competitive athletes.
Along with the two gymnasiums, aquatic center and multi-use dock, highlights include two lighted fields, additional practice fields, and three independent weight rooms.
Saint Edward’s 38 interscholastic teams face rivals from other Florida independent and private schools, including some of the region’s strongest programs.
Meet the Athletics Department
List of 3 members.
Administrative Assistant, Athletics
Associate Athletic Director/Athletic Trainer
We build rapport with our student athletes creating an atmosphere for success, teaching the proper values, skills and strategies. A love of activity starts with the Physical Education program, which begins in Pre-K. Students then progress to Lower School Intramurals, then Middle School Sports and eventually varsity-level competition in the Upper School. Saint Edward’s School fields 36 teams in 18 sports and enjoys an enviable record of success, and our no-cut philosophy ensures that everyone has a chance to discover and play. Athletes with a range of abilities at all levels find opportunities to advance their skills and compete to their full potential.
The Blue Team for middle school volleyball traveled to Hobe Sound on 9/20/21 to face off against The Pine School. The Lady Pirates upset the Lady Knights to claim the victory, 25-14, 14-25, 15-10.
The Lady Pirates were unstoppable in the first set but lost the second set after committing several errors. The team rallied together for the third set with CJ Fykes serving 4 aces in a row. Fykes also made several excellent plays at the net, tipping the ball over the net on a tight set for the win.
On 9/17/21, the Blue Team for middle school volleyball hosted the Brevard HEAT in the Wachter Activities Center. In a thrilling match-up, the Lady Pirates dominated the court over the Lady HEAT, winning 25-21, 25-21.
All of the Lady Pirate team members got down to business on the court, working together to seize the victory. Seventh-grader Cairi Infanzon made several great plays for the Lady Pirates. Seventh-grader Bebe Busch-Dunford, the team's backup libero, stepped up to the challenge and played an excellent game from the back row.
The varsity football team played their Senior Night match-up on 9/17/21 on the Michael J. Mersky Field versus Eagle's View Academy from Jacksonville. Battling back from a 12 point deficit, the Pirates rallied on the field to overthrow the Warriors and win 13-12.
After giving up 12 points early in the game, the entire Pirate defensive unit bounced back and shut out the Warriors in the second half. Josh Langsam led the Pirate defense with 17 solo tackles. Connor Wolfe and Sam Thomas both recorded key interceptions in the game as well that helped keep the Warriors at bay.
On offense, Dylan Redmon led a passing attack that put the Pirates in position to mount their comeback, with Oscar Lindenthal and Riker Pratt each collecting a receiving touchdown. Pratt's receiving touchdown tied the game with 6 minutes left on the clock. Marlon Dato-Slattery nailed the extra point to secure the Pirate's impending victory.
On 9/20/21, the middle school cross country team hosted their first home meet at Pirate Stadium. The Pirate team secured 2nd place overall with 28, and the Lady Pirate team captured 1st place overall with 12. Teams competing against the Pirates in the boys race were Sebastian Charter Junior High School (22), Master's Academy of Vero Beach (31), and Calvary Christian Academy of Port St. Lucie (68). Teams competing in the girls race against the Lady Pirates were Sebastian Charter Junior High School (15) and Calvary Christian Academy of Port St. Lucie (18).
Individual results for the Pirates: Seventh-grader Charlie Corrigan sprinted past the competition on the field, winning 1st place. Teammates Reid Durham and Dean Sincavage helped the Pirate team with their respective 6th and 7th place finishes. Rounding out the top 15 finishers were Spencer Taft, 13th place; Matthew Stern, 14th place; and Jackson Colontrelle, 15th place.
Individual results for the Lady Pirates: Sixth-grader Nevin Waddell proved her stamina on the field with her 3rd place finish. Following closely behind and helping ensure the Lady Pirate victory were Isabella Peter in 4th place and Keira Carroll in 5th place.
The varsity volleyball team held their Senior Night on 9/20/21 versus Pineapple Cove Classical Academy. Winning in straight sets, the Lady Pirates defeated the Lady Patriots 25-17, 25-9, and 25-14.
Leading the Lady Pirates on the scoreboard were seniors Ivy Yang with 4 aces and Alice Grace Lockwood with 4 aces and 5 kills. Senior Ellie Schrock recorded 6 digs, senior Alexa Soderman collected 10 kills and 8 digs, and senior Izzy Jennings tallied 4 kills.
On 9/17/21, the varsity volleyball team faced off against Merritt Island Christian in the Gonzalez-Lobo Activities Center. Continuing their home game winning streak, the Lady Pirates recorded a straight set win over the Lady Mustangs: 25-22, 26-24, 25-11.
Senior Izzy Jennings recorded 6 blocks and 2 kills for the Lady Pirates, senior Alexa Soderman collected 4 aces and 14 kills, and senior Ellie Schrock contributed 18 digs and 1 ace. Sophomore Kelly Barnett amassed 10 digs, 2 aces, 2 kills, and 1 block for the Lady Pirate team. Also helping lead the Lady Pirates to victory were sophomore Elliotte Kahler with 5 aces and 22 assists and sophomore Meagan Baker with 9 kills and 1 ace.
The junior varsity volleyball team hosted Merritt Island Christian School in the Gonzalez-Lobo Activities Center on 9/17/21. Thanks to an entire team effort, the Lady Pirates tamed the Lady Mustangs in sets: 25-9, 25-20.
Freshman Gaby Collazo collected 3 aces for the Lady Pirates, and freshman Jay Sullivan contributed to the win with her skilled defense. Sophomore Alex Henriquez was a staple in the back row for the Lady Pirates team.
Athletic Director Jeff Lamscha shared a remarkable achievement with the girl's varsity soccer team last night. They celebrated his 300th victory by presenting him with a signed soccer ball from the team. Your excellent leadership is such a gift to the school!