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A Surprise Best Season for Girls Soccer

A Surprise Best Season for Girls Soccer

Green grass under cleats, blue sky above, and the flash of a white soccer ball in play while classmates and family cheered from the sidelines. The girls soccer team has always enjoyed an audience, and this past season fans got a better than average return on their dedication. The MSA […]

 
Miller School of Albemarle Hosts Successful XTERRA Charlottesville Off-Road Triathlon

Miller School of Albemarle Hosts Successful XTERRA Charlottesville Off-Road Triathlon

After months of preparation, Miller School of Albemarle hosted an XTERRA Off-Road Triathlon on Saturday, May 20. The event, which featured a 1000 meter open-water swim, 18 mile mountain bike, and 6.2 mile run, also offered duathlon and trail run options for competitors. With its scenic 1600 acre campus it […]

 
Lacrosse Team Scores Collective Goals

Lacrosse Team Scores Collective Goals

Heading into the 2017 lacrosse season coach Clay Wawner decided to simplify things. The team’s goals were not to win a certain number of contests, score a particular amount of points, or to win more face-offs. Coach’s goals for this season were to expect everyone on the team to always […]

 
Gervais Signs Professional Cycling Contract for 2017

Gervais Signs Professional Cycling Contract for 2017

Miller School of Albemarle Endurance Team captain and senior, Laurent Gervais, makes the jump to the professional ranks of cycling by signing with Aevolo Cycling Team, a new UCI/International Professional under-23 team.  The team is directed by Michael Creed, a former professional cyclist at the World Tour level. Coming from […]

 
Hufnagel Invited to the White House

Hufnagel Invited to the White House

Miller School of Albemarle’s Dean of Faculty and Director of Special Programs went to Washington D.C. on Thursday, November 17 to attend the White House Convening on Opportunities for Youth to Experience the Outdoors. Peter Hufnagel was invited to the White House to engage with senior White House and Obama Administration officials […]

 
Alumnus Chase Cannon On to Next Challenge

Alumnus Chase Cannon On to Next Challenge

Chase Cannon saw his four-year basketball career come to an end in March with N.C. State’s 92-89 loss to Duke in the second round of the ACC Tournament. The Wolfpack’s campaign came to a close at 16-17 overall and 5-13 in the league to finish 13th in the 15-team conference. […]

 
Great Campus Weekender for Students New and Current

Great Campus Weekender for Students New and Current

On April 2nd, MSA hosted an overnight for all current students and invited any newly accepted students to return to campus for the night.  The weekend included a baseball game on campus as our Junior Varsity Mavericks took on Steward School of Richmond, Knockerball on the upper soccer field, a […]

 
COACH OF THE YEAR: Braxton brings home another state title for Miller

COACH OF THE YEAR: Braxton brings home another state title for Miller

Despite having just two starters returning from last season’s team, Miller School head girls basketball coach James Braxton led the Mavericks to their third straight VISAA Division II state championship. Braxton led Miller to a 20-8 record and its second straight championship game victory over Nansemond-Suffolk and George Washington University […]

 
Miller Girls WinThird Straight State Title

Miller Girls WinThird Straight State Title

Article by Ron Counts via dailyprogress.com — Secret Bryant and Aby Morrill combined to hit 5-of-6 free throws in the final minute Saturday and the Miller School girls basketball topped Nansemond-Suffolk, 46-41, to win its third straight Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division II state championship. All three championships hold […]

 
Miller School Bounces Walsingham in Double OT

Miller School Bounces Walsingham in Double OT

(Article by Ty Hodges via Williamsburg – Yorktown Daily) Despite Richard Washington’s best efforts, which came in the form of a 34-point performance, Walsingham Academy’s season came to a gut-wrenching end during a 68-64 double overtime loss at home against Miller School in the first round of the Virginia Independent […]