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All-Dade honors for more than 20 Raiders

Mia Balestra ’21 earned first-team All-Dade honors for volleyball as more than 20 Raiders won recognition from the Miami Herald in its annual review of fall sports. Thirteen student-athletes – including eight swimmers – claimed second-team recognition, and seven other fall sport athletes earned honorable mention in the rankings released February 17.
Find the Herald story here.

Several football players also secured all-conference recognition from the Florida Independent Football Conference. See below.

Fall 2020 All-Dade Selections

First Team
Mia Balestra ’21, volleyball

Second Team
Mattie Barfield ’21, swimming
Felipe de Cardenas ’22, cross country
Sophie G ’22, swimming
Lauren Heller ’22, swimming
Alexa Hommen ’22, swimming
Madison Munroe ’22, cross country
Dani Ortiz ’21, volleyball
Marella Rebessi ’23, swimming
Carmen Sanchez-Tembleque ’23, swimming
Brooke Scott ’21, cross country
Sabrina Shipley ’22, swimming
Dylan Stone ’22, swimming
Juliana Williamson ’22, volleyball

Honorable Mention
Cami Lindsey ’21, volleyball
Thomas Heisel ’21, football
Nicholas Lampert ’21, football
Kelli Miller ’21, volleyball
Carmela Ribadeneira ’21, volleyball
Thomas Schein ’21, football
Walker White ’21, football

Football Independent Football Conference

First Team
Thomas Schein ’21
Walker White ’21 
Nicholas Lampert ’21

Second Team
Thomas Heisel ’21
James Srebnick ’21
Andrew O'Brien ’21

Third Team
Levi Gans ’22
Jesse Kaplan ’23

Special Teams Award
Caleb Carlson ’22

Academic Excellence Award

Elliot Sable ’21

Second Team
Thomas Heisel ’21
James Srebnick ’21
Andrew O'Brien ’21

Third Team
Levi Gans ’22
Jesse Kaplan ’23

Special Teams Award
Caleb Carlson ’22

Academic Excellence Award

Elliot Sable ’21
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