Athletes beyond Edgehill

It is common to have five or more University School of Nashville student-athletes sign college athletic commitment letters each year. USN has 22 alumni participating in their chosen sport at the collegiate level from the Classes of 2020 through 2024. Continue reading to learn more about where Tigers are competing beyond Edgehill.
By Juanita I.C. Traughber, Director of Marketing & Communications

Look back at the past four graduating classes continuing their athletic careers collegiately. The list below shows the NCAA-sponsored sports for men and women in which USN scholars chose to compete. 

Bethany Lutheran College: Grant Reilly ’24
Denison University: Mahoney Daunic ’24
Sewanee: The University of the South: Harrison Fitzgibbon ’23
Washington University in St. Louis: Owen Block ’23 and Townsend Stevenson ’23 

American University: Adrian Samuels '22
Central State University, Josh Scretchen '22
Converse University: Ella McQuain '22
Vassar College: Collin France '23
Fayetteville State University: Lily Mozzi ’23 
Belmont University: Ainsley Moore ’24 
Track & Field
Morehouse College: Jordan Turner ’22
Case Western: Holly Schreiber ’23
Middle Tennessee State University: Sidney Ware ’23
University of Pennsylvania: Morayo Kassim ’22
Vanderbilt University: Alima Kassim ’24 
Washington University in St. Louis: Neil Narayanan ’21
Carnegie Mellon University: Gemma Jefferson ’21
Davidson College: Raine Jones ’21
Ithaca College: Cameron Wooten ’23
Xavier University: Cannon Scretchen ’24

Middlebury College: Olivia Schwarz ’24
Wheaton College: Kara Grace Hess ’23

The following USN young alumni also finished their athletic careers as they graduated from college this spring:
  • Trinity College: Dabney Moore '20 (Soccer)
  • Cornell University: Pelham Bergesen '20 (Cross County, Track and Field)
  • Rice University: Timothy Hays '20 (Cross County, Track and Field)
  • Sewanee: University of the South: Joe Orem '19 (Lacrosse)

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