Trinity Hall Monarchs Complete Historic Winter Seasons

Finishing up the winter season in March, each of Trinity Hall’s winter sports teams completed historic seasons for their programs. With setting school-wide records, winning conference and tournament titles, making it to semifinal and final games, competing in new places and earning a multitude of postseason accolades, the Monarchs made the 2023-2024 season one to remember. The following are highlights from each team and our student-athletes: 
  • 17-9 record
  • 3-0 in Shore Conference A North
  • Won the Winter Classic Tournament
  • Advanced to the Shore Conference Semifinals for the first time in school history
  • Made it to the quarterfinal round in the NJSIAA Tournament, South Jersey, Non-Public A
  • Nina Emance ‘24 became the top scorer in Trinity Hall history when she crossed the 1,229 point threshold.
  • Emnace was also named MVP at the Winter Classic Tournament, Hoop Group Defensive Player of the Year, Asbury Park Press First Team, All Shore Conference, A-North Divisional Player of the Year, and Shore Conference Senior All Star.
  • Siobhan Stapleton ‘24 was named A-North All Division, Second Team and a Shore Conference Senior All Star, representing Trinity Hall in the All Star game!
  • Grace Feeney ‘26 was selected by the Shore Coaches Association to the A-North All Division, First Team.
  • Lily Riggi ‘25 was selected by the Shore Coaches Association to the A-North All Division, Second Team.
  • Whitney Hobson ‘26 was selected by the Shore Coaches Association to the A-North All Division, Second Team.

Ice Hockey:
  • 11-8-2 record
  • 7-1-2 home record (best of all NJ teams)
  • 11 overall wins broke the record for most in school history.
  • First time playing at the American Dream Mall and hosting an outdoor game at Navesink Country Club
  • Every player on the team either scored a goal or had an assist this season. 
  • Goalie Katie Cisar ‘26 hit the 1,000 saves milestone and broke the school records for saves (628), save percentage (.949) and shutouts (6).
  • Cisar was also named First Team, All Cohen Conference, Asbury Park Press High School Athlete of the Week, NJ Devils’ Player of the Month and First Star of Ice Hockey in January.
  • Sienna DeAngelis ‘26 broke the school record for goals (24), assists (13) and points (37) by a freshman.
  • DeAngelis was also named First Team, All Cohen Conference and Defensive Player of the Week.
  • Linhsey Covert ‘24 named Second Team, All Conference.
  • Bridie Fitzgerald ‘25 and Maddie Walker ‘24 both named Honorable Mentions, All Conference.

Indoor Track:
  • Competed in 15 meets at The Armory (NY), Ocean Breeze (NY), and Toms River Bubble (NJ)
  • Medaled in 13 different events this season. 
  • Steele Summers '26 broke the school indoor track record in the 1600m and the 1000m.
  • Third place in Sprint Medley Relay at Monmouth County Relays – Bix Farrington ‘25, Mairead Kane ‘25, Olivia O’Rourke ‘26 and Steele Summers ‘26
  • Sixth place in Shuttle Hurdles at Monmouth County Relays –  Grace Jordan ‘24, Bridget Kennedy ‘25, Kherri Kinkela ‘27, Emma Ward ‘25
  • Second place in the Sprint Medley Relay at the NJSIAA Relay Championships – Cate Bonan ‘25, Farrington, Kane, O’Rourke
  • Third place in the 1600m at Shore Conference Championships – Summers
  • Third place in the 1000m at NJCTC Wayne Letwink Memorial Winter Championships – Summers
  • Fifth Place in the 4x400m at NJSIAA Championships – Kane, O’Rourke, Ceci Sperber ‘25, Summers 

  • 11-2 record
  • Finished with a #8 ranking in the state of New Jersey
  • Undefeated in Shore Conference dual meets with an average score of 105-64
  • Monmouth County Champions
  • Shore Conference Champions (back-to-back)
  • Non-Public South Champions
  • Semifinal meet of the state against Our Lady of Mercy set the record for the highest scoring team in Trinity Hall history
  • Won five events at the Monmouth County Championship
    • 200 Medley Relay – Jill Basile ‘24, Maxine Camillone ‘25, Parker Gmelich ‘24, Mia Smith ‘25
    • 200 Freestyle and 500 Freestyle – Camillone 
    • 200 Individual Medley and 100 Backstroke – Smith
  • Camillone and Smith – MVPs of Monmouth County Championship
  • Won two events at the Shore Conference Championships
    • 200 Medley Relay – Basile, Camillone, Gmelich, Smith
    • 200 Freestyle – Camillone
  • 22 individual swims across 9 swimmers made the the top 10 all-Trinity Hall record list
    • Basile, Camillone, Parker Gmelich '24, Lauren Hanus '26, Lily Muelener '25, Erin Noble '27, Peyton Phelan '27, Smith, Caitlin Williams '25
  • 31 different swimmers placed top three in events this season.
  • Camillone was named a Shore Conference Swimmer of the Year. 

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