Athletics Hall of Fame

Celebrating our Athletes and Coaches

The Hall of Fame was generously donated by the family of DeMaurice and Karen Smith to honor all of the students, coaches, and families who embrace the role of athletics in the development of our young men and women. 

The Hall of Fame was unveiled and the first honorees were inducted during Homecoming & Reunion on October 15, 2016.

2019 Hall of Fame Inductees

Alex Azzara '07

Alex Azzara ‘07 was a standout multi-sport athlete competing on the cross country team and the girls basketball team. She was a co-captain of the basketball squad her junior and senior years, and all four years she played on the varsity team she was named All-ISL. As a runner, Alex helped the 2005 girls cross country team win the league title, its first championship since joining the ISL.

2003 Boys Cross Country

Coached by Mike Davila and David Brandt, the 2003 boys cross country team dominated throughout the season and capped it off by taking home the MAC Championship, its first conference title since 1985. Senior captain David Magida ‘04 won the individual title and Mike Bryan ‘05 also posted a top 10 finish. Other team members were Charlie Pfeifer ‘05, Michael Coan ‘05, Tom Davis ‘06, Chris Domone ‘05, Evan Ellsworth ‘04, Chris Heywood ‘05, Chris Knox ‘05, Marco Martini ‘05, Isaac O'Dell ‘06, Tim Platt ‘06, Kunal Sakhuja ‘06, John Taylor ‘07, David Weisshaar ‘07, Kent Henry and John Hess

2003 Boys Soccer Team

Coached by Alex Haight and Gregg Ponitch, the 2003 boys soccer team ended the season 9-1-2 in the MAC and capped the year off with a 3-1 win over Georgetown Day School in the MAC Tournament to bring home the school’s first MAC soccer banner. Team members included captains Michael Brown ‘04 and Warren Rizzi ‘04, Dylan Connelly ‘04, Matt Devaney ‘07, Andy Goldstein ‘05, Ryan Hathaway ‘04, CJ Hersh ‘05, Misha Kozlov ‘06, Jeremy Knighton ‘04, Guy Oldaker ‘04, Nick Parry ‘06, Andrew Renison ‘05, Peter Shand ‘04, Peter Stuart ‘04, Aaron Vinnik ‘05, Albert White ‘04, Curtis Wilson ‘07, Ian Kilby and Will Amling.

Criteria for St. Andrew’s Athletics Hall of Fame Nomination

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  • Individual Athletes

    A St. Andrew’s athlete or team are eligible to be considered for selection five years after graduation. In special circumstances an athlete who played for, but did not graduate from, St. Andrew’s, may be considered for induction. All athletes considered for election must have demonstrated outstanding athletic performance, sportsmanship, leadership, integrity, and teamwork at St. Andrew’s.

    The Selection Committee may consider post-St. Andrew's activities including college, professional, and life experiences. The Selection Committee may consider other factors including the following accomplishments: All-league, All-Metropolitan designation, any individual and/or team championship, any record and/or winning streak, league leader, Division I athletic scholarship. The Selection Committee may consider nominees from the previous three years.
  • Teams

    A team that wins its league and/or state championship may be considered for induction after five years. Teams that win consecutive championships may be considered for collective induction after five years.
  • Coaches

    Coaches with more than 10 years of St. Andrew’s coaching experience may be considered for induction. Nominees will have demonstrated commitment to the mission and direction of the school, superior coaching ability and performance, commitment to the personal growth and broad success of their players, and leadership and mentorship of colleagues.
  • Other Nominees

    Other employees or supporters of the school who have had a profoundly positive impact on St. Andrew’s athletics may be considered for induction.
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. Nominations can be submitted at any time.

All Hall of Fame Inductees

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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.