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  View The 2020-21 Varsity Sports Recap
 Three varsity teams finished their seasons as state runners-up, including the varsity boys’ soccer team which reached the FHSAA state title game for the second straight year. The girls’ swimming and girls’ water polo teams also ended their seasons as state runners-up.
The Raiders captured 12 district titles in 2020-21: boys’ cross country, girls’ cross country, boys’ golf, boys’ swimming, girls’ swimming, boys’ soccer, girls’ soccer, boys’ tennis, girls’ tennis, boys’ water polo, girls’ water polo, and boys’ weightlifting. The district championship for boys’ weightlifting marked the first in program history.
The Middle School boys’ golf team had a stellar showing at the South Florida Middle School Conference (SFMSC) Championships, tying for first place with Ransom Everglades. Also competing in Season 1, our boys’ and girls’ soccer teams closed out their seasons with conference runner-up finishes.
Our Middle School Season 2 teams brought home five SFMSC championships: boys’ tennis, girls’ tennis, varsity boys’ basketball, boys’ cross country, and boys’ water polo. The boys’ tennis and water polo teams enjoyed undefeated seasons, while girls’ tennis and JV boys’ basketball both went unbeaten in conference play.
For the fourth straight year and 20th time overall, The Miami Herald named Gulliver Prep Athletics the Overall Best Sports Program in Miami (4A-1A).
During Season 3, our Middle School sports teams captured one SFMSC Championship and a pair
of runner-up finishes. The boys’ track and field team set a school record by going undefeated and winning the SFMSC title, while the girls’ track and field and baseball team each finished the season as conference runners-up.
Sophia Fornaris ‘21 was named the 2019 Junior Competitive Player of the Year by USTA Florida. The award is presented annually to a ranked junior player considered to have had an outstanding full season performance in local, state, and national events, and who most nearly approaches ideal sportsmanship, conduct, and character.
The Athletic Department hosted its second
annual Career in Sports Night, bringing together students, parents, and some of the top sports industry professionals in the country. Spanning local, collegiate, and professional industries, the panelists answered student questions and provided insight on mentors, internships, networking, and much more.
Fifteen senior student-athletes committed to continuing their athletic and academic careers
at the collegiate level. These student-athletes excelled in competition and in the classroom, and many will attend some of the most academically- challenging institutions in the country.
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