Athletics Recap: Fall 2023

Field Hockey: The team finished with an overall 10-8; league 7-1 record in the Gabilan Division. Second place. Back to Back CCS berths.
PCAL – Gabilan Division 1st Team All-League – Macey Torres ’25
PCAL – Gabilan Division 1st Team All-League – Lucy Aiello ’26
PCAL – Gabilan Division 1st Team All-League – Georgia Bonifas ’26
PCAL – Gabilan Division 2nd Team All-League – Ashley Bishop ’24
PCAL – Gabilan Division 2nd Team All-League – Grace Ishii ’25
PCAL – Gabilan Division Sportsmanship Team – Elle Moreo ’26

Football: The team finished 6-3 overall with a 5-1 record in the Santa Lucia Division. Second place.
PCAL – Santa Lucia Division 1st Team OL – Amani Wilson ’24
PCAL – Santa Lucia Division 1st Team LB – Tommy Dayton ’25
PCAL – Santa Lucia Division 1st Team DL – Amani WIlson ’24
PCAL – Santa Lucia Division 1st Team  DB – Derek Diniz ’26
PCAL – Santa Lucia Division 2nd Team RB – Keegan Charupoom ’24
PCAL – Santa Lucia Division 2nd Team OL – Andrew Airada ’24
PCAL – Santa Lucia Division 2nd Team DB – Reggie Bell ’26
PCAL – Santa Lucia Division 2nd Team QB – Justin Diniz ’24
PCAL – Santa Lucia Division 2nd Team DL – Vincent Pierre ’26
PCAL – Santa Lucia Division Sportsmanship Team – Dominic Gnamm ’25

Girls Golf: The team finished with a 12-0 record in the Gabilan Division. They also won the PCAL Championship tournament. First place. They finished 2nd in CCS and advanced to the NorCal championships where they finished 7th.
PCAL – Gabilan Division 1st Team – Coco He ’26
PCAL – Gabilan Division 1st Team – Nikki Iniakov ’25
PCAL – Gabilan Division 1st Team – Michelle Wang ’25
PCAL – Gabilan Division 1st Team – Lucinda Wu ’27
PCAL – Gabilan Division 2nd Team – Siobhan Ong ’25

Girls Tennis: The team finished with a 12-0 record in the Gabilan Division. League Champions. They advanced to CCS as a team.
PCAL – Gabilan Division Singles Champion – Lynn Fu ’25

Volleyball: The team finished 21-5 overall with a 11-1 record in the PCAL Mission Division. League champions for first time in school history.
PCAL – Mission Division 1st Team – Gina Da Silva ’25
PCAL – Mission Division 1st Team – Ava Edwards ’25
PCAL – Mission Division 1st Team – Grace Von Schack ’25
PCAL – Mission Division 1st Team – Taylor Onitsuka ’24
PCAL – Mission Division 2nd Team – Lucia de Marignac ’25
PCAL – Mission Division Sportsmanship Team – Emma Sondergaard ’24

Boys Water Polo: The team finished 17-10 overall with a 7-0 record in the Gabilan Division. First place. Seeded #5 in CCS Division II for Playoffs. Lost in CCS semi-finals.
PCAL Gabilan Division 1st Team – Laird Welch ’26
PCAL Gabilan Division 1st Team – Beckett Heywood ’25
PCAL Gabilan Division 1st Team – Tate Escher ’24
PCAL Gabilan Division 2nd Team – Will Bufkin ’25
PCAL Gabilan Division 2nd Team – Cash Satava ’24
PCAL Gabilan Division Sportsmanship Team – Nico Rupp ’24

Girls Water Polo: The team finished 25-7 overall with a 7-0 record in the Gabilan Division. First place. Repeated as CCS Champions. Won NorCal Championship for first time in school history. 
PCAL Gabilan Division 1st Team – Arielle Dale ’25
PCAL Gabilan Division 1st Team – Sienna Cimoli ’25
PCAL Gabilan Division 1st Team – Emmerson Ferriera ’25
PCAL Gabilan Division 1st Team – Miranda Salinger ’25
PCAL Gabilan Division 1st Team – Anna Mitchell ’25
PCAL Gabilan Division 2nd Team – Jacqui Powers ’26
PCAL Gabilan Division 2nd Team – Charlotte Morrow ’27
PCAL Gabilan Division Sportsmanship Team – Siri Henrikson ’26

Cross Country: The boys team finished fifth in the league and the girls team finished sixth.
PCAL Mission Division 1st Team – Marcus Finley ’25

Sailing:

  • NorCal 1 & 2, Richmond. On Saturday, Twenty-one pairs from sixteen schools raced in the more experienced Gold Division. Max McCormick ’24 and Nick Fernandez ’27 placed 2nd overall after six races, while Abbie Zhang ’24 and Sadie Marinerstein ’24 placed 11th. Five races were held for thirty-seven pairs from twenty-five schools in the Silver Division. Pirate sailors Patrick O’Hara ’27 and Dillan Spence ’27 placed 3rd; Tibet Kilic ’24 and Tyler Hwang ’25 were 5th; and Aaron Eagle ’27 and Claire Lee ’25 were 6th. On Sunday, McCormick and Fernandez again finished 2nd in the Gold Division, while Zhang and Marinerstein were 15th with a disqualification in the last race.
  • O’Hara and Spence moved up to 2nd place in the Silver Division, while Kilic and Hwang improved to 4th. Eagle and Lee were 14th among 36 pairs.
  • Sea Otter Regatta full state regatta, Monterey. Max and Patrick in Gold A and Abbie and Sadie in Gold B the team finished 27th overall after the two days. Their best race was a 13th with a score crushing Over at the start of the first race of the day for Gold B. In silver, we had Tibet and Tyler in Silver A and Aaron and Claire in Silver B. The silver team finished 17th out of 30 teams. Notable Silver B finished 8th in their division, with a best score of 6th.
  • Ben Watson Race, Monterey. Max and Steven Lee won the Stevenson-only event, a memorial race in honor of Watson ’03.
  • NorCal 4, Alameda. Stevenson sailors finished among the top three pairs in both the Gold and Silver Divisions at the NorCal 4 Regatta, held on November 5 at the Encinal Yacht Club on Alameda Island. In the more experienced Gold group, Max McCormick ’24 and Patrick O’Hara ’27 ended the race in 3rd place among thirty-three pairs from twenty-one schools after three races. In the Silver Division, Aaron Eagle ’27 and Claire Lee ’26 finished 2nd place out of thirty-one boats from twenty-four schools after three races. Also competing for the Pirates were Sadie Marinerstein ’24 and Abbie Zhang ’24, who finished in 10th place in the Gold group.
  • Anteater, Newport. Four Stevenson sailors came home with the first-place trophy in the Silver Division of the Anteater Regatta, hosted by the UC Irvine Sailing Team and the Newport Harbor Yacht Club on November 11-12. Sailing the A Fleet FJ sloop were Max McCormick ’24 and Patrick O’Hara ’27. They had the best record in the fleet with all six of their finishes in the top ten out of 31 pairs. The B-Fleet pair of Sadie Marinerstein ’24 and Abbie Zhang ’24 fared almost as well, ranking 4th after their six races.

Fall Athletics Highlights:

  • Tommy Dayton ’25 was named Honorable Mention All County Football – Defensive Team.
  • Amani Wilson ’24 was named Honorable Mention All County Football – Defensive Team.
  • Laird Welch ’26 was named to the All-CCS 3rd team. 
  • Tate Escher ’24 was named to the honorable mention All-CCS team.
  • Nikki Iniakov ’25 was named Player of the Year for the PCAL Gabilan division for Girls Golf
  • Nikki Iniakov ’25 advanced to the Girls Golf State Championship for the third year in a row.
  • Emmerson Ferriera ’25 was named MVP of the PCAL Gabilan division for girls water polo and to the All-CCS 2nd team.
  • Miranda Salinger ’25 was named Offensive Player of the Year of the PCAL Gabilan division for girls water polo and to the All-CCS 3rd team.
  • Sienna Cimoli ’25 was named Defensive Player of the Year of the PCAL Gabilan division for girls water polo.
  • Tate Escher ’24 was named MVP of the PCAL Gabilan division for boys water polo.
  • Laird Welch ’23 was named Co-Offensive Player of the Year of the PCAL Gabilan division for boys water polo.
  • Macey Torres ’25 was named Offensive Player of the Year of the PCAL Gabilan division in Field Hockey.
  • Ava Edwards ’25 was named MVP of the PCAL Mission division for Volleyball.
  • Taylor Onitsuka ’24 was named Defensive Player of the Year of the PCAL Mission division for Volleyball.
  • Coach Rosanna McCormick was named CCS Honor Coach for Field Hockey.
  • Adam Rohizam ’24 signed NLI to play golf at Missouri Science and Technology.
  • Will Bufkin ’25 committed to play Division 1 lacrosse at Bryant University.
  • Justin Diniz ’24 committed to play lacrosse at Baldwin Wallace University.
  • Brody Biggs ’24 committed to play lacrosse at John Carroll University.
  • Luke Brandler ’25 committed to play golf at Princeton.
  • Rosanna McCormick names CIF State Coach of the Year for Field Hockey.

Team Highlights:

  • Boys Water Polo won the league championship.
  • Girls Water Polo won the league championship.
  • Girls Water Polo repeated as CCS champions
  • Girls Water Polo wins the NorCal D3 championship.
  • Girls Golf won the league championship.
  • Volleyball won the school’s first ever league championship.
  • Girls Tennis won the league championship, their first since 2017.
  • Football and Boys Water Polo achieved CCS Scholastic team honors.