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Julia Blake pitching during a softball game
Monday, April 1, 2019

Ford Games - What It Takes

On the softball field, Julia Blake '19 has been a team captain since she was a junior, is a star player at second base, and has increased her batting average in each of her first three seasons at Haverford. On campus, the political science major worked her way up to being Students’ Council co-president in 2018.

How did Blake balance being the best leader she could be for both her teammates and student body constituents? Read "What It Takes" in the Winter 2019 issue of Haverford Magazine

Photo: David Sinclair

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Athletics

Haverford fields 23 varsity teams, and club and intramural options include badminton, crew, golf, soccer, Ultimate, volleyball, and rugby.

53% of our students are on varsity or club teams.

Cheer on the men's basketball team on Hoops 'N' Hoagies Night in the GIAC on Jan. 16, 2019 at 5 p.m. with free hoagies and beverages. Photo: Ryan Murray.

Sean Sloane on the tennis courts
Thursday, September 13, 2018

Ford Games - Conversation With a Coach

Sean Sloane—who retired after 21 years helming the men’s tennis team and both the women’s and men’s squash squads—has the accolades to back up his legendary status as an all-time great Haverford coach: a 214-144 all-time record with men’s tennis, 151 squash victories, all but one Centennial Conference Tournament appearance in the past 13 years, and two Middle States Coach of the Year awards from the U.S. Professional Tennis Association.

Read "Conversation With a Coach" in the Spring/Summer 2018 issue of Haverford magazine.

Photo: Patrick Montero

Sean Sloane on the tennis courts
Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Ford Games - Conversation With a Coach

Sean Sloane—who retired after 21 years helming the men’s tennis team and both the women’s and men’s squash squads—has the accolades to back up his legendary status as an all-time great Haverford coach: a 214-144 all-time record with men’s tennis, 151 squash victories, all but one Centennial Conference Tournament appearance in the past 13 years, and two Middle States Coach of the Year awards from the U.S. Professional Tennis Association.

Read "Conversation With a Coach" in the Spring/Summer 2018 issue of Haverford magazine.

Photo: Patrick Montero

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