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.
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.
Recent Lower School Intramurals
Lower School - Grades 4 & 5
Varsity Girls Weightlifting at Frostproof High School
On 11/18/19, the 6th grade boys basketball team traveled to Master's Academy of Vero Beach to play their first away game of the season. The Pirates fought fiercely on the court and held on to the very end, narrowly losing to the Patriots 15-18.
Landon Kahler, led the way for the 6th grade boys team, scoring 10 of their 15 points.
Varsity girls soccer hosted their first home match of the season on 11/15/19 against Somerset College Prep Academy of Port St. Lucie. The Lady Pirates successfully shut down the Lady Spartans with a 8-0 victory.
The girls looked strong at the outset dominating possession, with Emma Lockwood leading the team in scoring with a hat trick. Kalani Wright gave an equally impressive performance with two goals and two assists. Ellie MacMullan held the strong defense together in conjunction with aggressive play by Ashby Taylor, and keeper Molly McGee had 1 save.
Also contributing to the outstanding performance by the Lady Pirates were Mei Bai-He (1 goal, 1 assist), Allie Fredericks (1 goal), and Abby McGee (1 goal, 3 assists).
The middle school boys soccer team played their first game of the season on 11/14/19 at Pirates Stadium. Thanks to great effort and overall teamwork, the Pirates beat Master's Academy of Vero Beach 4-0.
Scoring 2 goals apiece for the Pirates team were Marlon Dato Slattery and Tristan Roberti. Jacob Emmons was on hand to provide 2 valuable assists. Goalies Ethan Ball and Nicholas Weise made several great saves to maintain the shut out.
The 8th grade boys basketball team held their season-opening game at home on 11/14/19 in the Wachter Activities Center. The Pirates walked away triumphant with a solid 35-10 win over Morningside Academy.
All eight players contributed to the victory, but leading the charge was Reed Sternberg who scored 16 of the team's points.
The 6th grade boys basketball team played their first game of the season in the Wachter Activities Center against Morningside Academy on 11/14/19.
After scoring only 9 points through 3 quarters, the Pirates battled back, scoring 11 points in the final quarter to force overtime. A thrilling game to the end, the boys continued to put forth a considerable team effort to defeat the Eagles 30-26 in triple overtime.
Garrett Kulczyicki swam at Saint Edward's School for five years, serving as team captain his senior year. He continues to hold numerous records today. He went on to attend the U.S. Naval Academy, where he swam for four years with a focus on long distance freestyle events.
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!