GA is a PreK-12, coed, nonsectarian day school in Fort Washington, PA

What makes us unique?

Find out here »

  • 2016 Induction Class
Tyler Stampone '05


• Four-year varsity letterwinner for football and ice hockey

• Three-year varsity letterwinner for baseball

• Served as ice hockey captain for two years (2003-04, 2004-05) and football captain for one year (2004)

• Selected All-Inter-Ac League Honorable Mention for football in 2002

• Named First Team All-Inter-Ac League Defense in 2003 and 2004 for football

• Earned Third Team All-City honors in 2003 and First Team in 20014 by the Philadelphia Daily News for football

• Selected to Philadelphia Daily News’ Honorable Mention All-Decade Team for football

• Named Team Co-MVP in 2004, along with 2012 Hall of Fame inductee Sean Grieve ’04, and MVP in 2005 for football

• Helped GA football win shares of the Inter-Ac League title in 2003 and 2004

• Set a school football record of 20 interceptions

• Led ice hockey in scoring and was named a Team MVP in 2004

• Four-time All-Suburban High School Hockey League selection

• Named baseball’s Most Improved Player in 2003

• Named All-Inter-Ac League Honorable Mention for baseball in 2003 and 2004

• Named First Team All-Inter-Ac League and Team MVP for baseball in 2005

• Earned First Team All-City Honors and Honorable Mention All-Southeastern Pennsylvania team in 2005 for baseball

• Honored as a McNeil Patriot Scholar for the 2004-05 school year

• Recipient of the Phyllis Morrison Biddle Award for playing three sports for four seasons

• Recipient of the Leopold Memorial Prize in 2002

• Earned the Bernard Dallas Memorial Award in 2005

• Served as President of the Ambassadors Club for the 2004-05 school year


• Recruited by Holy Cross for baseball and spent two years in Worcester, MA

• Named the 2006 Patriot League Rookie of the Year, the first in Crusaders’ history

• Earned Second Team All-Patriot League honors in 2006 and First Team All-Patriot League honors in 2007

• Tallied 37 RBI in 70 games in two seasons for the Crusaders

• Transferred to William & Mary where he earned his degree in Business Administration as a marketing major

• In 2008, hit .333 (76-for-228) in 57 starts for the Tribe, collecting 19 doubles, two triples, three homers, 51 runs, 31 RBI and 15 steals

• In 2009, served as captain and led W&M in batting average (.382, 66-for-173), on-base percentage (.509, best in the Colonial Athletic Association), runs (50), walks (39), doubles (20) and times hit by a pitch (12). He added five home runs and 20 RBI, and he struck out only 22 times

• Named Third Team All-Colonial Athletic Association in 2009

• Played for two seasons in the Baltimore Orioles minor league organization

• Was named a Gulf Coast League All-Star in 2009, a season in which he hit .312 (26 RBI, 44 runs, 44 hits) and had an on base percentage of .855

• Served as the head coach of GA Varsity Baseball (3 seasons), Varsity Ice Hockey (1 season) and was an assistant football coach in 2012

• Led the 2012 Patriots’ baseball team to a Pennsylvania Independent Schools Athletic Association Tournament quarterfinal appearance and second place finish in the Inter-Ac