At age 40, Serena Williams, 23-time grand slam winner, announces her retirement after a long and successful career. She told Vogue of her retirement, stating, “it’s the hardest thing that I could ever imagine.” The widely considered greatest female tennis player of all time became an icon and has inspiredContinue Reading

After an electric 2021 season, the Atlanta Braves seek to defend their title as the World Series Champions. After a slow start to their season, and their star player, Ronald Acuna’s, season-ending ACL tear, this led many analysts and reporters to count them out as a top team in theContinue Reading

Every year, 64 NCAA basketball teams compete to claw their way through the six-round playoffs known as March Madness, complete with major upsets and thrilling games. This year was no exception, as many higher-seeded teams fell to those ranked below them accompanied by Cinderella stories and busted brackets. The biggestContinue Reading

On April 10, Scottie Scheffler became one of the youngest members of the PGA tour to earn his green jacket and win the Masters in Augusta, Ga. The contest was not especially close either, with Scheffler coming in at ten under par while his biggest competition, Rory Mcllroy, shot sevenContinue Reading

Held in Minneapolis, MN, the Women’s NCAA March Madness showcased exciting matchups, star players and many historic moments for the women’s game. Coming into the tournament, the one seeds were Louisville, South Carolina, Stanford and NC State, also accompanied by UConn as a two seed, projected to go far. SomeContinue Reading

  After a 32 year championship drought, the Dodgers from Los Angeles traveled to Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas on Oct. 27, where they defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 in the sixth game of the World Series. However, to name a champion, all MLB teams followed a long,Continue Reading

Having just moved to Atlanta from Dallas this past June, new Associate Athletic Director Chad Wabrek is embracing his new role. Previously, Mr. Wabrek worked as the Head of Athletics and Physical Education at the Greenhill School in Addison, Texas. After his wife, Chelle, was offered a job as theContinue Reading

Varsity Volleyball Wins State for Third Year in a Row, Defeating Westminster 3-0 Every season and every team is different. Yes, we had incredible talent. But these young women had to navigate a lot of pressure coming from all angles – life, academics, college choices, athletics and injuries. It isContinue Reading

Starting a new season is full of non-stop work and strenuous competition, especially when the team is full of new players. Now the varsity softball team is wrapping up their regular season, with a focus this year on incorporating six freshman girls into the chemistry of the team. Although thisContinue Reading

This past summer, young Jewish athletes from around the world congregated in Atlanta Jul. 28-Aug. 2 for the annual Jewish Community Center (JCC) Maccabi Games, an Olympic-style sporting competition for kids aged 12-16. Of the 1,600 participants, 21 were Pace upper school students.  The JCC Maccabi Games began in MemphisContinue Reading

The varsity volleyball team began their season in August playing against some of their toughest opponents. In preparation for the year, the girls worked on their own, at different club teams around Atlanta as well as in open gyms and private lessons to improve their game. Six of the girlsContinue Reading

While the 2018 Major League Baseball season had a few surprises, for the most part it played out as expected. Three of the four LCS teams (Red Sox, Dodgers, Astros) were early season favorites, but one team managed to leapfrog their preseason projections: the Atlanta Braves. Coming into the year, theContinue Reading