12 Graduating SMUS Athletes Moving on to Play at Post-Secondary Level

It’s been a banner year so far for SMUS athletes – and the year isn’t over! Since the school year started, SMUS has taken home two Provincial, six Island and nine City titles – with a number of high school sports still yet to finish their seasons.

With so much success on the fields and courts, we’re proud to say that a dozen Grade 12 students are moving on to play high-level sports for universities and colleges in Canada, the United States and overseas next year.

Here’s a breakdown of where our student athletes are headed in the fall:

Acacia Welsford, rowing – University of Portland (Portland, Oregon)

Brian Im, soccer – University of the Pacific (Stockton, California)

Callum Montgomery, soccer – University of North Carolina at Charlotte (Charlotte, North Carolina)

Claudia Wheler, soccer – Queen’s University (Toronto)

Graeme Hyde-Lay, basketball – University of Victoria (Victoria)

Hedvika Suchankova, squash – Dickinson College (Carlisle, Pennsylvania)

Jason Scully, basketball – University of Victoria (Victoria)

John Throne, rowing – Santa Clara University (Santa Clara, California)

Kieran Large, soccer – UBC Okanagan (Kelowna)

Leif Skogland, golf – University of St. Andrews (St. Andrews, Scotland)

Matty McColl, soccer – Bowdoin College (Brunswick, Maine)

Vlad Bobrovnyk, rowing – Columbia University (Sciences Po campus in Reims, France)

Congratulations to all of our athletes on an exceptional year in sports, and best of luck to those students who are off to play on a larger stage. Vivat!

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Kyle Slavin
Kyle Slavin is the school's storyteller. Through words and photos, he shares with the community all the amazing things that happen on campus.

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