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Leadership, Teamwork, Spirit, Confidence

The Bryn Mawr School was founded in 1885 in order to provide girls with the same educational opportunities that boys enjoyed, which included an emphasis on physical activity. Now, more than ever, we know that participation in sports helps develop strong, self-confident, well-balanced young women. We continue to celebrate the challenges of competition and appreciate the lessons for life that sports provide.

Athletics Headlines

List of 3 news stories.

  • Eight Seniors Commit to College Athletics

    On November 13, 2019, eight members of the Class of 2020 committed to playing sports in college, and three signed their National Letters of Intent to play Division I sports.
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  • ‘You have no limits,’ Switzer Tells Bryn Mawr Students

    Kathrine Switzer, an icon in the world of women’s sports, had a message for Bryn Mawr students today—”you have no limits.” Switzer is best known as the runner who broke the gender barrier at the 1967 Boston Marathon, when she became the first woman to officially run the race. 
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  • Triple the Spirit on Dec. 6

    Triple the Spirit is back! Join us on Friday, December 6, as Bryn Mawr, Gilman School, and Roland Park Country School team up for an afternoon of tri-school athletic games, music, spirit, and more.
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Athletics at Bryn Mawr

With hundreds of girls who like to play everything from ice hockey to squash, the variety and levels of athletics offerings at Bryn Mawr is staggering! Team bonding and spirit are celebrated at Bryn Mawr. Whether an ace tennis player or the team manager, each girl's contribution is valued. Many girls continue to play their chosen sports in college.

Get in the Game

Bryn Mawr Athletics Core Values:  Confidence, Leadership, Hustle and Commitment are our championship behaviors.  Our core values are those that we absolutely cannot negotiate and cannot compromise. These are the values that fuel us, Bryn Mawr Athletics.