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Alumni in Athletics Notebook

FORT WASHINGTON -- Although they no longer walk the halls or play on the fields at Germantown Academy, the community still cheers for their Patriots. 

Jeff Decker '21 earned Second Team All-Centennial Conference selection on the defensive line for Franklin & Marshall. Decker started all 10 games for the Diplomats and made 47 tackles, including 10 tackles for loss and three sacks.

Robert DiDonato '21, a redshirt freshman at Stanford, earned Pac-12 Men's Freshman of the Year honors after he was the top freshman finisher in the men's race at Pac-12 Championships. DiDonato finished 19th in the race.

Abbe Goldstein '17 and New Mexico’s women’s cross country team earned a second-place finish at the 2022 NCAA Championships. Individually, Goldstein ran a time of 20:41.1. Goldstein, who will compete during the UNM track and field seasons, finished her Lobo cross country career in the top half among a field of 253 runners.

Kiley Kergides '20 and West Chester Women's Soccer finished the season as Division II Women's Soccer runners up after falling to Western Washington in the National Championship, 2-1. The junior played a pivotal role in the Rams' run in the national tournament, recording two assists and scoring once. 

She also was named Third Team Academic All-American by The Collegiate Sports Communicators, First Team All-American and All-Region by United Soccer Coaches Association, and Division II CCA First Team All-Region.

Tanner Long '18 was named Second Team All-Centennial Conference at linebacker after his season at Dickinson. From his linebacker spot he led the team in total tackles (106), solo tackles (40), and assisted stops (66). He also held the top spot in the Centennial for total tackles and assisted tackles. On the season Long tallied nine tackles for loss totaling 23 yards, in addition to recording three sacks, two pass break-ups, and one interception.

Olivia McMichael '20 was named to the All-New England Small College Athletic Conference First Team. McMichael started every game for Trinity Field Hockey as their goalkeeper, totaling 74 saves (3rd in NESCAC) for a NESCAC-low 0.83 save percentage and allowing just 15 goals for a 0.89 GAA (2nd in NESCAC) with four shutouts in 1,015 minutes in the cage. 

She tallied nine saves in Trinity's loss to Middlebury College in the NCAA Quarterfinals on Nov. 13. 

Mackenzie Pluck '18 played a crucial role in Duke Women's Soccer topping Texas in the Round of 32 of the 2022 NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Tournament. With two minutes to go in regulation, Pluck played a beautiful corner kick in from the left side that was headed home for a 1-0 result. After defeating South Carolina in the Round of 32, Duke fell, 3-2, to Alabama on Nov. 25 in double overtime.

Sammy Popper '19 was named a first-team All-Ivy pick after the season she put together for Princeton Field Hockey, giving her two first-team and one second-team honor for her career. Popper finished the year second on the Princeton team and fourth in the Ivy League in goals (nine) and points (20). 

Michael Roman '18 was awarded Honorable Mention from the Presidents' Athletic Conference. Roman played the fourth-most minutes for the Westminster Men's Soccer Team (1,248) while recording one goal and one assist. 

Katie Sands '20, a cross-country runner at Hamilton College, earned a spot on the 2022 New England Small Collegiate Athletic Conference Fall All-Academic Team. The team honors sophomores, juniors and seniors who have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 or higher.