Varsity Boys Soccer - International School of the Hague
Varsity boys soccer played two more games in the group stage on Thursday. The first was against the Zurich International School (ZIS), winning 1-0 with a goal from Nic Halsted (’19), his second of the tournament. The second was against ACS Cobham,
On day three of ISST's, varsity boys baseball won gold beating Frankfurt International School (FIS) 12-2 in the final. Brodie Craig ('18) and Jarred Martin ('19) won all tournament. Team member Matthew Pope ('20) said "it is a surreal experience being part of a team like this because everyone works so
March 10 – Today’s schedule (all times GMT):
Varsity boys basketball will play ACS Athens at 1 p.m. in the finals. The live stream can be found here.
Varsity girls basketball will play St. John's International School (STJ) at 11 a.m in the bronze medal game.
Competitions will take place at the
Varsity rugby will head back to London tomorrow empty handed after a further two loses on day two of ISSTs.
The team, who had to forfeit all four of their games due to being short of the number required for the tournament, played friendlies against British School in
March 9 – Today’s schedule (all times GMT):
Varsity boys basketball will play ACS Cobham at 11 a.m. in the quarterfinals. The live stream can be found here.
Varsity girls basketball will play Zurich International School (ZIS) at 8:00 a.m in the crossover game.
Varsity and JV swimming will participate in various
Varsity and JV Swimming:
Varsity and JV swimming got off to a successful start at ISSTs, winning a combined total of 12 medals for the day.
Varsity girls were the highlight performers of the day, winning the medley race with a team comprised of Anna Podurgiel (’20), Ally Larson (’19),
The varsity rugby team will head to Paris, France to compete in the ISST rugby tournament at the American School in Paris this Thursday, March 8. This year, due to a lack of players, the rugby team is unable to provide sufficient numbers to compete officially in the tournament. Rugby
Varsity boys basketball will look for revenge when they travel to compete at this year’s ISSTs at ACS Cobham on March 8.
The team narrowly missed out on gold in last season’s tournament, losing to the Cougars in the final.
Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach Josh Davis is enthusiastic for
Varsity girls basketball will look to make it three ISST championships in a row when they head to Bonn International School on Thursday, March 8.
Mia Holtze (’18), the team’s captain, is confident of success at the tournament after the impressive season the Eagles have had so far. “ I’m
Varsity and JV swimming will look to repeat last season’s outcome and win combined ISSTs again when they travel to The Hague on March 8.
Team captain Sissel Anderson (’18) believes that the team had a positive season full of individual progression. “Not only have people gotten faster and stronger