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Athletics Hall of Fame Spotlight 2021

Two alumni were inducted into St. Andrew's Athletics Hall of Fame on October 16 during Homecoming & Reunion.
Ashley Ehrenreich Carey ’01 was a standout multi-sport athlete who earned local, regional, and national recognition for her talent on the field. As a lacrosse player, she was an Honorable Mention All-American, while earning All-ISL honors and being named Honorable Mention All-Met. She was a captain of the 2000 Girls Varsity Soccer ISL A Championship team and a four-year member of the basketball team. She was named the St. Andrew’s Athlete of the Year in 2000 and 2001 and received the Lions Award all four years in the Upper School for participating in three varsity sports.
Tim Gregg ‘11 is the most decorated golfer in St. Andrew’s history, earning both individual and team MAC honors throughout his Upper School career. He was a member of four consecutive MAC championship teams, serving as captain his senior year, and a three-time All-MAC selection. He led the MAC in low scoring average for two years and was MAC individual champion his junior year with a score of -2 (69). In addition to golf, Gregg played tennis and basketball for the Lions.
The Hall of Fame was generously donated by the family of DeMaurice and Karen Smith P'17 to honor all of the students, coaches, and families who embrace the role of athletics in the development of our St. Andrew's Lions.

The Hall of Fame was unveiled and the first honorees were inducted during Homecoming & Reunion on October 15, 2016. Click here to learn more about all the inductees
Nominations for the Athletics Hall of Fame are accepted year round. To nominate an alumnus/a, coach, or team to the Athletics Hall of Fame, please email Your nomination should include a description of the nominee's athletic achievements at St. Andrew's and beyond.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School is a private, coeducational college preparatory day school for students in preschool (Age 2) through grade 12, located in Potomac, Maryland.