Athletics News

Lady Lions Sports Camps CANCELED Summer 2020

After reviewing the day camp guidelines set forth by the NJ Department of Health, Lady Lions Sports Camps has decided not to open this year. This was a difficult decision and is not taken lightly. 

Our goal has always been to make our camps fun and instructive, but the safety of our campers and staff is paramount. We have determined that it is not realistic for us to operate under the current circumstances.

We wish you and your family a safe and healthy summer and look forward to seeing you next year.

If you have already registered, you will be receiving your refund as soon as possible. Contact Camp Director Lorenzo Sozio at with any questions.

Athletic Awards Virtual Ceremony

As you all know, COVID-19 has caused everyone to come up with alternate ways for their yearly traditions. This time of year, The Mount traditionally hosts the Athletics Banquet to honor our teams and seniors.

This year, we could not celebrate them the way we traditionally do, but still wanted to recognize our athletes with a virtual banquet. 

Please join us as we honor our seniors and varsity teams!

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Fall Athletics Senior Spotlight - Madison Peluso '20

Madison is a 2 year Varsity Soccer player. She is a very versatile player who played many positions. Peluso played strong defense and did what was ever asked for the team. She will be attending Sacred Heart University in the fall.

FAVORITE MEMORY - "My favorite memory is when I scored the winning goal against Glen Ridge. It was at night, under the lights and there was so much adrenaline. The feeling of scoring that goal was so exciting, along with hugs from my team, and was such a memorable moment.”

Fall Athletics Senior Spotlight - Aly Greenberg '20

Aly is a 4 year member of the Cross Country Team. She was a first team all-conference award winner this past fall and ran a PR of 20:59 for 5K. She will be attending Villanova University in the fall.

FAVORITE MEMORY - “My favorite memory as a Mount student-athlete was this past cross country season. Our team went through the season undefeated and because of that, we won the division (the only time Mount Cross Country accomplished that during my four years on the team). I was so fortunate to be able to watch my teammates grow as runners and people. The energy that the team had during the season was the best I've ever seen it, and I'm so glad I was able to experience it.”

Fall Athletics Senior Spotlight - Caila Przyhocki '20

Caila is a 3 year varsity soccer player. She played multiple positions and did whatever was asked of her for the team -- a real team player. She will be attending TCNJ this Fall.

FAVORITE MEMORY - "My favorite Mount soccer memory is how our team always comes together every year. Everyone comes from a different soccer background but we all learn to work together as a team and build friendships. As Coach D says, "we are all on a boat and have to learn to row together."