Competition Updates

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  • Kathryn Serra '23 wins USRowing virtual national championship

    Scott Berman
     Kathryn Serra '23 has won the USRowing Virtual Youth National Championship in the girls' under 17 singles event. Serra pulled a 2,000 meter ergometer piece in the outstanding time of 7:11.4 - beating her winning time in the Southeast Regional Championship by a full second, and winning the National Championship against 20 other qualifiers from across the country. This accomplishment marks the first virtual national title for an RE athlete. Congratulations on this tremendous accomplishment!
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  • Kathryn Serra '23 wins southeast virtual U.S. rowing title

    Tim McAllister
    I am very happy to report that Kathryn Serra '23, is the USRowing Southeast Region Virtual Champion in the Girls' Under 17 Single event. She pulled a 2,000 meter ergometer piece at home in the outstanding time of 7:12.4. This superb performance earns Kathryn a bid to compete for a U.S.A. Rowing Virtual Youth National Championship in the under 17 single event against 21 other girls from across the nation. 
    The national phase of the event runs from May 25 to June 12, with Virtual National Champions announced on June 15th. In keeping with the "socially distant" nature of this unique competition format, each rower pulled a 2,000 meter piece on the rowing machine at home. Based on her time, Kathryn has beaten all other competitors across seven regions of the country in her event and posted the fifth-fastest time nationally across the women's under 15, under 17 and youth single events.
    Ransom Everglades rowers had the opportunity to finish out their season and compete on rowing machines (ergometers) virtually through U.S.A. Rowing's Virtual Regional Championships over the past two weeks, with the opportunity to earn bids to the U.S.A. Rowing Virtual Youth National Championships. Three rowers took up this opportunity: Mollie Forand '22, Ryan Berkshire '23 and Kathryn Serra '23.
    In addition to Kathryn's winning time, Mollie Forand '22 finished seventh overall in the Women's Youth 1x event and Ryan Berkshire '23 finished ninth overall in the Men's U17 1x event.
    For more information, visit USRowing Virtual Youth Championships
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  • Student-athletes honored at end-of-year ceremony

    Ransom Everglades named Sophia Antezana '20 and Robert Moret '20 overall outstanding athletes for 2019-20 and awarded scholar-athlete honors to Claudia Pinilla '20 and Danny Mendoza '21 during RE's annual end-of-year athletics ceremony, which was held virtually on May 18. Eight other student-athletes earned special awards, and RE recognized graduating seniors, those continuing to pursue athletics in college, and retiring coach and faculty member Penny Matthews for her 32 years of service at RE.

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Athletics Mission Statement

From its founding in 1903, Paul Ransom believed that physical activity and character development were essential for each student. His goal was to prepare each student by providing a sense of identity, personal integrity and the values to lead a productive life. Athletics at Ransom Everglades is inherently valuable and complements the academic rigor that helps fulfill the mission. The athletic department offers a wide range of high-quality programs to encourage all participants to compete at a high level while displaying honor, team spirit and good sportsmanship.

Meet the Athletics Team

List of 11 members.

  • Photo of Corey Goff

    Corey Goff 

    Director of Athletics & Physical Education
  • Photo of Daisy Armas

    Daisy Armas 

    Administrative Assistant for Athletics
  • Photo of Scott Berman

    Scott Berman 

    Assistant Director of Athletics
  • Photo of Marc Buller

    Marc Buller 

  • Photo of Jacob Caron

    Jacob Jake Caron 

    Physical Education Teacher, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach
  • Photo of Victoria Druehl

    Victoria Druehl 

    Physical Education Teacher, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach
  • Photo of Kiersten Mulvey

    Kiersten Mulvey 

    Physical Education Teacher, Athletic Operations Assistant, Substitute Teacher, Coach
  • Photo of Kenny Perez

    Kenny Perez 

    Athletic Equipment and Facilities Manager, Coach
  • Photo of Debra Savino

    Debra Deb Savino 

    Assistant Athletic Director Middle School, Coach
  • Photo of Thomas Willis

    Thomas Willis 04

    Calendar/Facilities Rentals Manager, Director of Summer Programming, Athletic Operations Assistant,
  • Photo of Amanda Zamani

    Amanda Zamani 

    Head Athletic Trainer

Competing with a Big Heart

Athletics has been an integral part of a student’s education at Ransom Everglades throughout the school’s history. Our goal is to foster a student's passion for sports while instilling a lifelong work ethic. We want athletics to open doors and create enjoyable habits for life.

Ransom Everglades has a long, proud tradition of honor and excellence on the athletic fields. The Middle and Upper Schools currently field 76 teams for boys and girls in 17 sports. Head coaches are teachers and educators, and many are part of the academic faculty.
Most Ransom Everglades teams compete in the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) and Greater Miami Athletic Conference (GMAC). All interscholastic high school teams are under the umbrella of the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS). The FHSAA assigns each athletic team to a district based on the school’s population and location. The level of competition has no bearing on the assignment.

Our all-time winning percentage of more than 70 percent speaks to our program's success.

We don’t recruit athletes. We build programs. About 15-18 percent of Raider athletes go on to play at the collegiate level every year. And while there is no requirement that students participate in sports, more than half of our students play on at least one team each year.

Beyond the field, court or pool, all of our teams commit to outreach and volunteer programs within the school and greater Miami community.

Whether Middle School teams running food drives, or Upper School teams acting as mentors and tutors at local elementary schools, these efforts develop empathy as well as team spirit. They are part of the reason all Ransom Everglades athletes compete with a big heart.
Coconut Grove, FL 33133
Middle School2045 South Bayshore DriveTel: 305-250-6850
Upper School3575 Main HighwayTel: 305-460-8800
Founded in 1903, Ransom Everglades School is a coeducational, college preparatory day school for grades 6 - 12 located on two campuses in Coconut Grove, Florida. Ransom Everglades School produces graduates who "believe that they are in the world not so much for what they can get out of it as for what they can put into it." The mission of Ransom Everglades School is to provide an educational environment in which the pursuit of honor, academic excellence and intellectual growth is complemented by concern for the physical, cultural and character development of each student. The school provides rigorous college preparation that promotes the student's sense of identity, community, personal integrity and values for a productive and satisfying life, and prepares the student to lead and to contribute to society.