Track and Field

2018 Track and Field


# Name Class
Lauren Barclay 2019
Elizabeth Clarke 2021
Christina Claverie-Williams 2020
Ryann Cuddy 2020
Mikayla Day 2021
Elaine Finney 2018
Cassandra Fredell 2021
Lydia Hamilton 2021
Isobel Hermans 2018
Zora Hermans 2018
Caroline Howley 2019
Martha Hrdy 2019
Julie Joseph 2019
Tori Kestel 2019
Clare Kimiecik 2019
Mary Kolbe 2019
Haley Krause 2019
Alexandra Lauderdale 2018
Allison Lawson 2021
Sofia Leusch 2019
Kierra Marshall 2020
Emily May 2018
Sophie O'Brien 2020
Hathaway Packard 2021
Marina Schlegel 2021
Camille Schmidt 2019
Courtney Shuck 2018
Jordan Shuck 2018
Clare Striegel 2021
Margaret Torp 2021
Grace Winters 2021


  • Grace Davis began running in 2006 and was a member of her high school's varsity cross country and track teams. In college, she ran for the Towson University Club Track team but moved on to complete her bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. Here she continued with her love of running by competing in several half-marathons. Grace is also an avid swimmer and taught youth swim lessons before becoming a track and field coach. Grace now works in Corporate Wellness and is excited to be back at Holy Cross for a second year!

  • Coach Pla joined AHC in 2018. Growing up in Florida, coach Pla has lived in Miami, Gainesville and Tallahassee where he graduated from high school. Coach Pla joined the Marine Corps in 1996 and served in Operation Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom as an Air Traffic Controller. Coach Pla moved to Maryland with his family from Key West, FL in 2011. Coach Pla has been involved with running for over 34 years! During his running Career, Coach Pla has run for local track clubs in Florida where he was a state champion (’88, ‘89’,’90), AAU Nationals 2nd and 5th (’90) in many running disciplines ranging from 100m to the 3000m; High School track and Cross-Country (’92-’95).

    While serving in the Marine Corps, Coach Pla has run for the Marine Corps Base teams and was selected to run with the Navy running team while assigned to Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fl. Coach Pla currently has a PR (3:37) in the marathon set at the Chicago Marathon. Coach Pla’s training philosophy is to train the whole athlete, to help the athlete achieve the next level of their running career both academically and physically. Each athlete is unique and receives a specific training plan geared to them to get them to the next level.

    Coach Pla is a graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University for both his bachelors and master’s degree. Coach Pla has been a youth coach since 2012. He has coached in many sports throughout the ADW. He is the Grand Knight of his Councils Knights of Columbus. He has served as the HSA President of his children’s elementary and middle school. He is serving on the ADW Pastoral Council with Cardinal Wuerl. While not running or coaching, Coach Pla works as a contractor for the FAA. Coach Pla has been married to his high school sweetheart, Rachele Pla for 19 years. They have three children, Isabella (c/o 2022), Joey, and Alexandria (c/o 2027).

  • Coach Sweet will begin eighteenth year coaching cross country at The Academy of the Holy Cross in 2018 and assisted in track and field from 2006-2012 and 2018. Began coaching middle distance runners at Cathedral and Sacred Heart high schools, while running for Northeastern University in 1979. Introduced cross country and coached youth programs in Prince Georges County to bolster programs at Bladensburg, Northwestern and Parkdale from 1982-1989. Coached my four children (Sarah 06, Maeve 13) though Olney cross country program and City of Rockville and CYO track and field programs from 1992-2005.


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Bria Fuller '19 Scores 1,000th Point

Congratulations to Bria Fuller '19 who scored her 1,000th point during the Tartan Varsity Basketball team's game against Elizabeth Seton on Tuesday, January 8. Bria scored 24 points during the game which the Tartans won 62-59. During the 2017-2018 season Bria was awarded the team's Most Valuable Player and was named All-WCAC Third Team.

Family, friends, teammates, President Katy Prebble, Athletic Director Dena Rapoport, and Coach Gray celebrated the accomplishment with Bria.

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