This fall, St. John’s had five students selected by The Washington Post as All-Met first team players.
Lauren Antonucci ’19, Volleyball
“With 850 assists, Antonucci was instrumental in the Cadets clinching their sixth consecutive D.C. State Athletic Association crown.”
Rakim Jarrett ’20, Football (Offense)
“Dynamic athlete helped lead the Cadets to an undefeated regular season with 763 yards receiving and 11 touchdowns.”
Pandelis Margaronis ’21, Soccer
“The sophomore finished with 20 goals and 18 assists, earning MVP honors of the D.C. State Athletic Association finals — the Cadets’ first championship since 1986.”
Tre’mon Morris-Brash ’19, Football (Defense)
“The WCAC defensive player of the year had 15 sacks and five forced fumbles.”
Clara Morrison ’19, Field Hockey
“Headed to Syracuse next, Morrison led the WCAC in scoring in two consecutive seasons and was named conference player of the year.”
Watch the video below to see what these players had to say about earning first team All-Met honors.