Fall Athletic Awards

Select the award name below to see a list of recipients.

The award is presented to the member of the team whose enthusiasm, determination, improvement, and love of adventure best embodies the spirit of the sport

The Water Polo Award is presented to those members of the varsity water polo team who have through leadership and example contributed the most to the team's spirit, unity, & success.

This award is presented each fall to a member of the varsity volleyball team who best exemplifies the highest qualities of character, courage, and commitment to team play.

This award is presented to those members of the girls varsity soccer team who, through hard work and dedication, have shown the most improvement during the season.

This award is presented by the 1973 varsity soccer team in honor of David Coughlin, head varsity soccer coach from 1962-l990. It is awarded to those members of the varsity soccer team who have shown the most improvement during the year while demonstrating good sportsmanship.

Established by the late Mr. Scott L. Probasco '11, this award is presented to that member of the varsity football team who has shown the most improvement during the season.

The George A. Goss, Jr. '38 Football Award is presented to the student who has contributed the most to the football team through his spirit, effort, and attitude.

Given in memory of Brian Cullinan '67 to the boy who, through unselfish loyalty, individual leadership, and general all-round fine play, makes an outstanding contribution to the football team.

Named in honor of Neil H. Scott, varsity field hockey coach from 1975-1982 and instructor in physical science and chemistry from 1970-1993, this award is presented to that member of the varsity squad who, through hard work and dedication, has shown the most improvement during the season.

Given to the players whose high standard of play, improvement in personal skills, and unselfish teamwork have made the greatest contribution to the success of the field hockey team.

Named in honor of Charles E. Berry, master at Hotchkiss in German and history from l936-l970 and first coach of cross country, is presented to those members of the cross country team who live up to the code of the runner in that he or she: neither boasts of victory over a worthy opponent nor excuses defeat; neither takes unfair advantage to win nor contributes to his or her own loss; knows that victory over him- or herself must precede victory over others.