Monarchs Fall Sports Season Highlights

With the fall sports season starting in late August, the Monarchs have spent the last four months practicing, competing and developing their skills in their respective sport. Our dedicated athletes have stepped onto the playing field, court, starting line, sailboat or mat this season with determination, passion and grit. From the introduction of the JV field hockey team to reaching the state semifinals in varsity soccer for the second consecutive season, the Monarchs have an array of team and individual accomplishments to share from the fall. 
Here are highlights from each fall sports team: 
Cross Country:
  • Won the Future 7 meet and placed 3rd in the A Central Divisional Meet
  • Cate Bonan ‘25 won the A Central Divisional Meet and broke the school record for Holmdel Park (19:30) and Ocean County Park (18:42).
  • Steele Summers ‘26 won the freshman races at the Manhattan Invite and Shore Coaches meets and broke the freshman record for Van Cortlandt Park with a time of 10:07.30.

Field Hockey:
  • Moved up a division
  • Beat all former division teams - taking St. Rose to overtime
  • Hosted NJSIAA State Game
  • JV team’s first season
  • Lauren Kane ‘23: All Shore Team - A Central Division Honorable Mention and selected to play in the Monmouth County Senior All-Star Field Hockey Game
  • Eleanor O’Connor ‘23: Selected to play in the Monmouth County Senior All-Star Field Hockey Game
  • Gia Gennaro ‘25 placed first with a score of 8.45 at the Shore Conference Novice meet.
  • Caitlin Shallcross ‘24 placed second with a score of 8.40 at the Shore Conference Novice meet.

  • Sailing Team continues to grow with a very strong Learn to Sail Program and dynamic Race Team.
  • Practicing at SSYC allows the sailors more time on the water and a unique experience to practice with Monmouth University.
  • Came in eighth out of 19 teams at the NJISA 2022 Toms River Autumn Challenge 
  • Named two new junior captains, Alex DeCosta & Julianna Walsh to support our senior captains Izzy Incognito & Ayla O’Connor. 
  • 11-7-2 overall
  • Received four Seed in State Tournament (last year we were #10)
  • Reached State Semifinals for second consecutive year
  • Beat Wall in the Shore Conference Tournament
  • Ranked third in Goals Allowed in the Shore Conference
  • Ranked in Top 10 Non-Public Schools in New Jersey
  • Beat Red Bank Regional, Wall and Shore for the first time in school history
  • Bella Anzevino ‘25: Second Team All Division Shore Conference A Central
  • Jill DeSio ‘23: Chosen for the Shore Conference Senior All-Star Game
  • Aubrey Scoble ‘25: Asbury Park All Sophomore Team, First Team All Division Shore Conference A Central, Second Team All Shore Conference, Second Team All Monmouth County
  • Emily Venezia ‘26: Asbury Park Press All Freshman Team, Nick Lowe All Freshman Team (Honorable Mention)
  • Molly Walker ‘26: Nick Lowe First Team All Freshman
  • Aubrey Scoble ‘25, Emily Venezia ‘26, Molly Walker ‘26: Shore Conference Players of the Week
  • 15-2 overall
  • 68-11 in games for the season
  • Undefeated in Division
  • Division winner
  • Division champs third year in a row
  • Third seed in the Shore Conference
  • Advanced to Shore Conference semifinals
  • Advanced to Sectional semifinals
  • Came in third place in Non-Public South Division
  • Beat Rumson Fair Haven and Ranney School 5-0
  • Ana Centro '25 and Kelsey White '23: Second doubles took third place in the Monmouth County Tournament for the first time in school history
  • Olivia Lauto '26 and Grace Sullivan '24: First doubles selected for third team all-state Non-Public bracket and qualified for state tournament
  • Cat Little '23, Sophia Stieglitz '24 and Grace Sullivan '24: named co-captains this season
  • Annabel Sparano '26: First singles qualified for state tournament

  • 10-5 overall, 7-1 in division play
  • Division winner 
  • Reece Jones finished with 250 career kills and was selected for the Shore Conference All-Star game.


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