Clean Sweep for Pack

10/17/2017 - Girls Frosh/Soph Swimming

The Pack took first in all 12 events on the JV level in the victory over the Maroons. They were led by double event winners Delaney Spearing (100 fly / 100 breast) and Montana Cardenas (200 free / 100 free).  Event winners include Caroline Brouwer (1M Diving), Kathleen Walsh (200 IM), Michelle Torralba (50 free), Annie Egan (500 free) and Caroline Molloy (100 back). Relay wins include the medley (D. Spearing, Egan, Walsh, Lillie Mitchell), 200 free (D. Spearing, Torralba, Egan, Cardenas) and the 400 free (Abby Cox, Hannah Batson, Egan, Kylee Kuzniar).

Wolfpack Cap Off Undefeated Dual Season

10/17/2017 - Girls Varsity Swimming

The Wolfpack capped off an undefeated dual meet season with a victory over U-High on Senior Night!  The 10 wins season is the most in a season since 2008. At the break the team recognized the 9 seniors: Ellie Boyle, Lauren Cox, Carson Goldrick, Georgia Goldrick, Juliana Lynch, Mia McNair, Molly Skoglund, Caroline VanDam, Ellie Walsh. The Pack won 10 of 12 events and were led by double event winner Lauren Cox (50 free / 100 fly). Event winners include Ellie Lennon (1M Diving), Kira Tiv (200 free), Molly Skoglund (100 free), Isabel Veliz (500 free), Abbey Taute (100 back) and Ellie Boyle (100 breast). Relay wins include the 200 free (Carson Goldrick, Boyle, Cox, Tiv) and the 400 free (Taute, Jenna Keating, Georgia Goldrick, Madison Schiml).

Pack 3rd at GCAC

10/16/2017 - Girls Varsity Cross Country

The Pack took 3rd out of 13 teams at the GCAC CHampionships Monday. Rhiannon O'Keefe (2nd), Lexi Affolter (8th) and Summer Cardenas (20th) earned all-GCAC honors.

Lockport Defeats Wolfpack

10/16/2017 - Girls Varsity Volleyball

The Wolfpack lost to Lockport to end the regular season 25-22, 25-16 on Monday. Jill Bennett had 10 kills to lead the Pack. Kate Danaher (3 Kills, 11 assists) and Maria Gazzi (14 digs) chipped in as well.

Lockport Stops Pack

10/16/2017 - Girls Frosh 'A' Volleyball

The Pack dropped a road match Monday night against Lockport, 20-25, 20-25. Katherine Randall had six kills and Claire Petrow had three aces. Next up for the Wolfpack is the GCAC tournament on Saturday.

Wolfpack Win Final Match

10/16/2017 - Girls Frosh 'B' Volleyball

The Wolfpack won their last match of the season, defeating Lockport 25-9, 25-15. Lucrezia Rondelli had three kills and three aces, Nadia Laplanche had two kills and two aces and Luiza Hillery had three kills. Congrats on a great season!

Wolfpack Win Play-In Game Over Elgin

10/16/2017 - Girls Varsity Field Hockey

The Wolfpack won their play-in game with a 4-0 win over Elgin at home. Eli Moore led the Wolfpack with 2 goals while Mia Lucci(1 goal) and Fiona Mcmahon (1 goal) each hit the back of the net.

Pack Win GCAC Championship

10/16/2017 - Girls JV Cross Country

Sophia Noonan (5th), Abby Gaughan (7th) and Bizzy Brumfield (8th) led the team to a victory at Lewis University.  Montserrat Curran and Isabella Corral finished 12th and 13th to complete the winning score. 

Wolfpack 4th at GCAC

10/16/2017 - Girls JV Cross Country

The Pack took 4th at the GCAC Championship Monday. Emily Hwang led the Wolfpack in the frosh-soph race with her 11th-place finish.  Sarah Skolozynski, Tess Nelson, Mary Catherine Mueller and Emma Dorn finished in the top 30 to complete the team scoring.

Pack Solid in Open Race

10/16/2017 - Girls Varsity Cross Country

Seniors Sofia Bongarzone (3rd), Adeline Mobarak (4th) and Kaela Khan (35th) had great races to lead the team.  Molly Nolan and Vanessa Nieto also finished in the top-25 in a field of 136 finishers.

Pack Take 7th at Lake Park Invite

10/14/2017 - Girls JV Volleyball

The Wolfpack placed 7th at the Lake Park Invite Saturday. Ignatius lost to Geneva (25-15, 25-22) and West Chicago (25-23, 25-23) while splitting with Lake Park (19-25, 25-19) in pool play. The Pack then defeated South Elgin 25-16, 25-21 to end the day.

Friars End Wolfpack Run

10/13/2017 - Girls Frosh/Soph Swimming

The Wolfpack dropped their first meet of the year coming up just 6 point shy of a win. Caroline Molloy was a double even winner for the Pack (200 free / 100 free). Lillie Mitchell won the 50 free, Caroline Brouwer took first in the 1M Diving and Abby Cox won the 100 breast. Mitchell, Hannah Batson, Molloy and Kylee Kuzniar finished off he meet with a win in the 400 free relay.

Wolfpack Stop Fenwick - Stay Undefeated

10/13/2017 - Girls Varsity Swimming

The Pack improved to 9-0 on the season with a strong win over the Fenwick Friars on Friday night. The Pack won 8 of the 12 events including 1-2 finishes in the 200 free, 100 fly, 100 free, 500 free, 100 breast and the 400 free relay. Abbey Taute led the way as a double event winner in the 200 / 500 free. Ellie Lennon posted her best performance in winning the 1M diving. Lauren Cox, Kira Tiv and Ellie Boyle also picked up event wins. The Wolfpack took first in the 200 free relay (Summer Brainin, Isabel Veliz, Madison Schiml, Cox) and capped off the meet with an exciting win in the 400 free relay dipping under the state cut (Brainin, Jenna Keating, Tiv, Schiml).

Meteors Edge Pack

10/10/2017 - Girls Frosh 'A' Volleyball

The Pack dropped their last home match of the season to De La Salle 25-20, 23-25, 22-25. After winning the first set, the team was down 3-13 in the second set, came back to tie it and then it was point for point until the end. The Wolfpack once again battled back and forth in set three but could not hold on and eventually fell to the Meteors. Katherine Randall had nine kills and Bridgie Gallagher added seven kills.

Meteors Hold Off Wolfpack

10/10/2017 - Girls JV Volleyball

The wolfpack lost to De La Salle in a tough game 3 game battle on Tuesday 14-25, 25-22, 19-25. Freshman Grace Brunsvold and McKenzie Washington had 7 kills a piece and greatly impacted the wolfpack offensively.

New Trier Tops Pack

10/10/2017 - Boys Frosh Soccer

The Wolfpack lost to New Trier tonight 4-0 in a rain-soaked affair. Ignatius fell quickly behind 2-0 early in the first half. Despite gaining composure in the second half, the Wolfpack found it difficult to contain the Trevians who capitalized on defensive miscues to add on to their lead.

Trevians Stop Wolfpack

10/10/2017 - Boys Varsity Soccer

The Wolfpack fell to MaxPreps #4 New Trier 2-0 on Tuesday night. Played entirely in the rain, the match was mostly evenly matched, but two mistakes in the Wolfpack defensive third proved costly as the team saw its record slide to 12-5-4 overall. #35 Saint Ignatius ends the regular season with an away match at St. Joe's on Thursday and kicks off the playoffs with a home match against Curie on Tuesday.

Wolfpack Stop Meteors

10/10/2017 - Girls Frosh 'B' Volleyball

The Pack won their 2nd to last regular season game last night against De La Salle to go undefeated at home this season. The Meteors played a tough game and kept it close, but the Wolfpack prevailed with a 25-21, 25-22 win. Lucrezia Rondelli had a season high 6 kills. With the win, Ignatius improved their season record to 18-7-1.

Wolfpack Stop De La Salle on Senior Night

10/10/2017 - Girls Varsity Volleyball

The Wolfpack defeated De La Salle on Senior Night 19-25, 25-22, 25-14 in front on a great home crowd. A slow start for the Wolfpack in game one was erased by the play of Jill Bennett (7 block, 15 kils) and Kate Danaher (9 digs, 11 assists). Bridget McCarthy (6 kills, 9 digs), Hannah Schubrych (9 kills), Maria Gazzi (22 digs) and Alysa Ross (12 assits, 8 digs) also contributed to moving the Pack to 17-11 overall and 5-2 in the GCAC Red.

Pack Compete at Local Regatta

10/08/2017 - Girls Varsity Rowing

The Pack competed against our traditional Chicago rivals and teams from the Midwest at the Head of the Rock Regatta in Rockford, IL on Sunday.  The 1st Varsity Girls 4+  came in 7th out of 13. The 2nd Varsity 4+ were 7th in their event.  The 1st Varsity 8+ were 9th.  The Novice Girls 4+ were 9th and the Novice Girls 8+ were 12th.

Wolfpack Tie Niles North

10/07/2017 - Boys Frosh Soccer

The Pack scrapped their way back from a 2-1 deficit to draw even with Niles North on Saturday. Mark Tomassini put the boys ahead in the first half with a beautiful 35-yard solo free kick that found the goal keeper off his line. Unfortunately, the defense yielded a preventable equalizer only a few minutes later. In the second half, Niles was awarded a dubious penalty kick which they completed. Down 2-1 under windy conditions, Drake Koeneman fed a through ball to Sultan Lugboso who beat the charging keeper to earn a draw for the Wolfpack. Jack Moroney played scrappy defense and Jose Guzman added valuable minutes in his return from injury.

Pack 3rd at Benet Invite

10/07/2017 - Girls Varsity Cross Country

The Wolfpack finished third of fourteen teams at Benet.  Rhiannon O'Keefe and Lexi Affolter earned medals for the Wolfpack.

Wolfpack Draw with Niles North

10/07/2017 - Boys Varsity Soccer

The Pack played to a 2-2 draw with Niles North on Fornelli Field. After scoring first, the Wolfpack gave up an equalizing goal to Niles, but quickly scored again to go up 2-1. Unfortunately, Niles scored again in the 2nd half and the game stayed 2-2 until the final whistle.

Wolfpack 2nd at York Invite

10/07/2017 - Girls Frosh 'B' Volleyball

The Wolfpack took 2nd place at the York invite this past weekend. The Wolfpack won their pool to advance to the championship bracket with a tie against York 25-21, 21-25, a win against Jacobs 25-9, 25-17, and a win against Glenbard South 25-3, 25-7. They beat Batavia 25-17, 25-19 to advance to the Championship game against Lyons Township. Ignatius fought hard against a strong hitting LT squad but came up a little short with a 24-26, 20-25 loss. Meg Boyle had an exceptional day in the middle with 25 total kills. Cate Meyer was also strong on defense all day with 24 digs. Ignatius improves their overall season record to 17-7-1.

Wolfpack Win Benet Invite

10/07/2017 - Girls JV Cross Country

The Wolfpack earned another first place finish at Benet behind four top-ten finishes.  Mia Trotter (2nd), Rosie Sullivan (3rd), Maddie Semmer (6th), Sophia Noonan (7th) and Montserrat Curran (23rd) led the way.