Early Lead For Columbia Academy Seals Fate For University School of Nashville Varsity Tigers
University School of Nashville Varsity Tigers fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 6-2 loss to Columbia Academy on Monday. Columbia Academy took the lead on a groundout in the second inning.
University School of Nashville Varsity Tigers lost despite out-hitting Columbia Academy four to three.
Columbia Academy pulled away for good with two runs in the second inning. In the second Austin Grooms grounded out, scoring one run.
Columbia Academy scored three runs in the third inning. Knox Love, Andy Reed, and Grooms all moved runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning.
Gunner Skelton was the winning pitcher for Columbia Academy. The ace lasted seven innings, allowing four hits and two runs while striking out ten.
Townsend Stevenson took the loss for University School of Nashville Varsity Tigers. The pitcher lasted four and a third innings, allowing three hits and five runs while striking out five and walking one.
Mahoney Daunic, Alexander Peck, Owen Block, and Aidan Savona each managed one hit to lead University School of Nashville Varsity Tigers.
Columbia Academy didn't commit a single error in the field. Noah Gibson had ten chances in the field, the most on the team.
The boys tennis and boys soccer teams returned to the state final four. Track and field athletes set several new school records, and the girls team finished as state runner-up while boys earned fourth place. Also, view photos from the amazing seasons of our High School varsity spring sports using the links below.
Shavon Davis-Louis, Ed.D. will join University School of Nashville as Head of Middle School on July 1, 2023 with more than two decades of experience as an accomplished and dedicated educational leader with a student-centered approach. She brings to USN the energy, enthusiasm, and comprehensive leadership USN needs to guide our Middle School forward.
Nine dispensers put free necessities in restrooms frequently used by Middle and High School students in the Main Building and Tibbott Center. The school operating budget will keep the new ADA-compliant dispensers stocked with organic cotton pads and tampons.