Athletes beyond Edgehill

Did you know 21 University School of Nashville student-athletes have continued competition at the collegiate level in the past four years? Continue reading to learn more about where Tiger athletes landed beyond Edgehill.
On the heels of University School of Nashville’s first signing ceremony for student-athletes in the Class of 2023, look back at the past four classes continuing their athletic careers collegiately. Check out the NCAA-sponsored sports for men and women in which USN scholars chose to compete in the list below: 

Macalester College: Graham Elliott '20
Manhattanville College: Nathan Woodard '21 
Case Western Reserve University: Adam Miller '22
Central State University, Josh Scretchen '22
Converse University: Ella McQuain '22
Swarthmore College: George Corzine '19
Vanderbilt University, Adrian Samuels '22
Cross Country
Cornell University: Pelham Bergesen '20
Rhodes College: Nicholas Beem '21
Rice University: Timothy Hays '20
University of Michigan: Adam Wooten '19
Colorado College: Olivia Dossett '19
Sewanee: Joe Orem '19
Track & Field
Birmingham-Southern College: Jordan Turner '22
Cornell University: Pelham Bergesen '20
Rice University: Timothy Hays '20
University of Pennsylvania: Morayo Kassim '22
Washington University in St. Louis: Neil Narayanan '21
Carnegie Mellon University: Gemma Jefferson '21
Davidson College: Raine Jones '21
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology: Lucas Tyson '21   
Trinity College: Dabney Moore '20

Washington University in St. Louis: Abby Liff ‘20

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  • School doors locked beginning November 27

    Following Thanksgiving Break, all exterior doors will remain locked when school is in session — as per state law (Tennessee Code § 49-6-817). All families, vendors, and other guests must ring the doorbell at the 19th Avenue entrance and present an ID to enter USN. We also will welcome Sgt. Anthony Jones and Cpl. Robert Gibson as School Resource Officers patrolling the Edgehill Campus and the River Campus.
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  • During the winter, USN offers basketball, swimming, hockey, and cheerleading to Middle and High School students.

    Support winter sports through Tiger Club

    Join our athletic booster known as Tiger Club for access to this season's basketball, swimming, and hockey games and to support all teams at USN. Membership is $100/year per household and can be purchased here. Tiger Club helps pay for upgrades to our athletic facilities, coordinates concessions sales, and sponsors sports recognition evenings. And save these dates:
    - Friday, December 8 for Spirit Night
    - the week of January 9-12, 2024 for Homecoming
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  • Artclectic 2023 Chairs Sarah Bishop, Jennie Zagnoev ’02, and Angie Howard  in Sperling Gym turned art gallery.

    Artclectic volunteers celebrate 3rd most successful year

    The Artclectic 2023 chairs recruited talented committee volunteers, selected participating artists, solicited sponsors, planned parties, and ensured that there was something for everyone at our annual art show. The result: in its 27-year history, only two shows resulted in more sales than Artclectic 2023.
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