Good Luck, Athletes!

Many of the Sidwell Friends athletic teams are entering tournament season.

Congratulations to the boys' cross country team for clinching the MAC championship on Saturday! Both cross country teams will run in the DCSAA championships on November 2.

Boys' soccer kicked off (so to speak) the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference on October 25 and will continue competing there through October 31 before moving to the District of Columbia State Athletic Association championship from Nov. 4-9.

Girls' soccer will compete in the Independent School League tournament on October 21-November 1, followed by the DCSAA tournament Nov. 4-9.

Field hockey competes in the ISL tournament October 29-November 1.

Volleyball heads into the ISL tournament from October 31-November 3, with the DCSAA competition following from November 5-8.

For the complete athletic schedule, click here.

Congratulations to all of our athletes on successful seasons, and good luck going forward. Go Quakers!

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