The Baldwin School recently celebrated their winter sports award winners, announced season Most Valuable Player winners and All-Inter-Ac League recipients and presented newly elected co-captains for next year at The Simpson Center.
The winter 2019-20 MVP’s were as follows: basketball – junior Anajah Brown, dance – senior Mary Wu, diving – junior Megan Cooper, indoor track – senior Katherine Yang, swimming – sophomore Anya Mostek, and squash – senior Meghna Sreedhar.
All-Inter-Ac League award recpients were as follows:
– Basketball: junior Anajah Brown (first team).
– Diving: junior Megan Cooper (first team).
– Squash: senior Meghna Sreedhar (first team and League MVP), junior Grace Lavin (first team), sophomore Devon Shatzman (first team), junior Aleezah Burhan (second team), junior Theresa Kay (second team) freshman Christa Kay (second team).
– Swimming: sophomore Anya Mostek (first team).
Baldwin’s captaisn for the 2020-21 season are as follows:
Basketball – Anajah Brown and Kaya Weiser.
Dance – Asia Blocker and Liah Osborne.
Diving – Jasmine Bell and Megan Cooper.
Indoor Track – Maddy Brown and Clara Page.
Swimming – Christina Cappola and Elina Emami.
Squash – Theresa Kay and Grace Lavin.
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