Alumni Athletes

Madison Walsh '17, University of Louisville field hockey player

Each year, Whitfield student-athletes continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level and achieve success at all levels of NCAA competition.

Madison Walsh '17, University of Louisville field hockey player

Madison Walsh '17

After 17 games this season, Madison has eight goals, three assists, 19 points, and scored game-winning goal against Iowa. She played in all 19 games as a sophomore with nine starts, ACC Academic Honor Roll, NFHCA National Academic team. As a freshman, she played in all 22 games with 19 starts, registered five goals and 10 points, and earned NFHCA National Scholar of Distinction,  NFHCA National Academic Squad, All-ACC Academic Team member, and ACC Academic Honor Roll.

Torrence Watson '18, University of Missouri men's basketball player

Torrence Watson '18

Torrence played in all 32 games as a freshman, making four starts and logging 22.8 minutes per game. He averaged 7.1 points per game and finished with 226 total points, 49 rebounds, 17 assists and 73 made field goals. Torrence set a new Mizzou freshman record for single-season made 3-pointers with 53 triples. The Tigers open the season November 1 with an exhibition game against Central Missouri.

Michael McAteer '18, member of the West Point wrestling team

Michael McAteer '18

This will be Michael's first season wrestling at West Point. After graduating from Whitfield, Michael attended The United States Military Academy Preparatory School.

Tajah Foster-Walker '19, member of the UMKC women's basketball team

Tajah Foster-Walker '19

Tajah's freshman season begins on October 29 with an exhibition game against Northwest Missouri State. The team opens their regular season November 5, 2019.

Lauren MacInnis '17, a member of the Northeastern University ice hockey team

Lauren MacInnis '17

After six games this season ,  Lauren has two shots on goal and two blocks. She skated in 17 games last season and recorded one shot on goal. As a freshman, she recorded six shots on goal.

Ethan Bradley '16. Kenyon College Cross Country runner

Ethan Bradley '16

Ethan's fourth and final season running for Kenyon is off to a great start. He posted a season-best time of 27:57.0 in a recent dual meet win over Wooster.