The Tigers came into the game with a mix of emotions, as they celebrated their seniors' contributions to the team over the years. The crowd was filled with friends, family, and fans, all eager to witness a memorable evening of volleyball. In an electrifying atmosphere filled with nostalgia and excitement, the Tigers hosted Valor for their senior night match. While the Tigers ultimately fell short, losing the match in four sets, the evening was marked by outstanding volleyball and an intense, competitive showdown between the two teams. In the end, this senior night match was a testament to the love of the game and the bonds formed through volleyball. Despite the outcome, the Tigers left the court with their heads held high, proud of the memorable performance they put on for their fans and grateful for the senior players who had given their all to the team.
USN's Ethics Bowl team won both the Tennessee Ethical Bowl and the Divisional Playoff, going undefeated over seven matches to qualify for the National High School Ethics Bowl at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Congratulations to Caroline Keiper '25, Zinnia Nichols-Loller '25, Ellie Rothman '25, Ellie Klein '25, Eliza Nichols '25, Amelie Soslow '25, Jaya Gupta '25, and Kati Tong '25.
Audrey Flatt ’24 created a new logo to build school spirit and support for performing and visual arts. The booster club Tiger Arts Patrons contributes additional funding to the arts while providing supporters with free admission to most events and performances. Register for annual TAP membership here for $100.
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