In honor of GFA hiring a new coach this week, our Throwback Thursday picture takes us back to the 1970s, soon after the school became co-ed and lacrosse was offered as one of the sports here on campus.
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Greens Farms Academy is excited to announce that Chris Doctor will be joining the GFA family as the varsity boys lacrosse coach.
If there was one big question mark about the Greens Farms Academy boys soccer team this season, it would have been hanging over the defensive end of the field.
One thing Lilah McCormick ’19, pictured above, isn’t on campus is alone. She is surrounded by friends, girls varsity soccer teammates, and sisters – three of them, in fact.
This week’s Athletes of the Week are cut from a vastly different cloth, but both have motors that just go and go and go.
A very special Greens Farms Academy weekend begins today on campus. It’s Homecoming 2017.
This is the story of numbers. At least, on the surface, that’s what it’s all about. It’s about the numbers 49 and 11. Or, 5 and zero, if you will. But it’s about so much more, as well.
Greens Farms Academy’s Will Sarbinowski '21, pictured at right, won the 2017 US Squash Chelsea Piers Bronze 1 tournament in the Boys U-15 division last earlier this month.
We flash back to the 1970s for this one and ask our field hockey girls to just imagine playing on this surface.
This week’s Dragon Nation Sports Blog Athletes of the Week shined when the pressure was as its height, with the game on the line. That’s why varsity boys soccer player Miles Mcdonald ‘19, pictured above, right, and JV volleyball player Cayla Bernstein ’21 are honored this week.