On Monday, April 15, the Varsity Girls Lacrosse team defeated the visiting Pirates of Porter Ridge High School, 14-11. Instrumental in the victory was senior captain Lindsey Skardon who scored three key goals to help seal the win. Those three goals moved Lindsey past the 100 point milestone for her Charger career. After the game, the Athletic Department interviewed Lindsey...
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On Wednesday, April 17, Providence Day School celebrated senior Owen Tappy’s signing his National Letter of Intent to play baseball for the Tigers of Hampden-Sydney College. Owen is a two-year starter for the Chargers and was first team All-Conference and All-State in his Junior year. Hampden-Sydney College is a member of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC), one of the nation's largest Division III conferences.
The Charlotte Observer's Steve Little and Langston Wertz Jr. highlighted the Chargers' Varsity Girls Soccer team's success this season and their continued dominance, along with Charlotte Latin, in CISAA conference play.
Freshman hurdler and sprinter Falon Spearman and Junior baseball pitching ace and first baseman John Miralia were named this week's "Athletes of the Week" by the Charlotte Observer. Read about their recent performances and why they were selected.
After graduating from Providence Day in 2014, soccer star Morgan Mosack continued her soccer career playing for the Mountaineers of Appalachian State University. After an extremely successful four years at App State, Morgan recently signed with the Swedish club Telge United FF. Read more about Morgan and the beginning of her professional career.