Category Archives: Sports

Middle School Fishing Club: More Than Just an Activity

By Matt Kollmansperger As participation in outdoor sports has grown in Collegiate’s Upper School, the Middle School is also following suit. I spoke with…

Andy Stone: A Lifetime Of Wrestling

By Ethan Ruh Collegiate’s varsity wrestling coach Andy Stone “was born in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, also known as Mat-Town USA,” due to…

Concussions, Football, and Collegiate

By Stephen Laming Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy. CTE. The degenerative brain disorder appearing in headlines over the last decade. CTE is an emerging…

Travel Soccer: Handshakes, Showcases, And A Deep Bond

By Kate Johnston A typical fall weekend for my travel soccer team consists of traveling, one or two games, homework, and some…

Underdogs Defeat The Dawgs

By Grace Stratford In a brisk 54 degrees Fahrenheit, I stood anxiously outside the stadium, excited to see it packed with decked-out…

New Faculty Profile: Coach Chris Peoples

By William Fallon New to the Collegiate faculty this year, Sports Performance Coach Chris Peoples comes to the job with a passion…

The Hazards of Sports Specialization

OPINION The opinions published by The Match are solely those of the author, and not of the entire publication, its staff, or Collegiate School. The…

NCAA Athletes: To Pay Or Not To Pay?

OPINION The opinions published by The Match are solely those of the author, and not of the entire publication, its staff, or Collegiate School. The…

Kobe Bryant: Overrated

The opinions published by The Match are solely those of the author, and not of the entire publication, its staff, or Collegiate School. The Match welcomes…

Winter Sports Rivalry: Why Skiing Wins

The opinions published by The Match are solely those of the author, and not of the entire publication, its staff, or Collegiate School. The Match welcomes…