"Courage, sacrifice, determination, commitment, toughness, heart, talent, guts – these are the enduring qualities that our girls develop through sports." -- Michelle Woodruff, Athletic Director
|Foxcroft's motto -- Mens sana in corpore sano -- translates to “a healthy mind in a healthy body,” and is a central aspect of life on campus. The School is dedicated to the idea that exercise is critical in a girls’ development, and so physical activity is a part of the curriculum. Each student is required to participate in a structured physical activity throughout the year. In addition to developing physical activity as a lifelong habit, we believe participation in sports teaches the core values of sportsmanship, leadership, teamwork, and commitment.|
|Foxcroft Featured on Under Armour Highlight Show!|
Foxcroft's dramatic victory in the2015 VISAA Division II Lacrosse Championship is featured on the NFHS Network's Under Armour Highlights of the Week posted Monday (June 22).
The clip of Alex G. '16 intercepting a pass by Highland School player and dashing the length of the field to score with just three seconds remaining was rated No. 2, beating out dozens of other outstanding accomplishments captured by or submitted to NFHS, the national high school sports network.
|MORE Lacrosse Honors for Alex G. ’16!|
Last week, rising senior Alex G. was named to the 2015 U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-America team by U.S. Lacrosse
and Sunday (June 14) she was included on the Washington Post
's All-Met honor roll for girls lacrosse.
The speedy midfielder who scored 70 goals this spring to lead Foxcroft to its second straight VISAA Division II championship, earned Honorable Mention
from the Post
for the second consecutive year. Her Academic All-America honor came in the Potomac Region of U.S. Lacrosse, the sport's national governing body.
|Five Lacrosse Players Receive All-State Recognition|
Alex '16 named Player of the Year again; Finn and Woodruff repeat as Coaches of the Year in VISAA Division II
Junior midfielder Alex G. was named VISAA Division II Player of the Year for the second year in a row and four other players from Foxcroft’s championship team were honored with All-State recognition, Athletic Director Michelle Woodruff announced Monday night at Spring Sports Awards.
Woodruff and her co-coach, Patrick Finn, were repeat selections as Division II Coaches of the Year, senior team captains Emma R., Tori W. and Cortney C. added.
State Championships (Team)
2013-14 – Lacrosse (17-0)
Delaney Athletic Championships (Team)
Note: Foxcroft joined the DAC for the 2008-09 school year.
2013-14 – Lacrosse
2013-14 – Tennis
2012-13 – Lacrosse
2009-10 – Field Hockey
2008-09 – Field Hockey
Delaney Athletic Championships (Individual)
2013 – Amy Edgemond ’14, cross country
Foxcroft's Sports Hall of Fame
|Second Induction Ceremony Slated for Saturday|
Alison Firestone Robitallie and Jacy Edelman, both members of the Class of 1995 and friends since middle school, will be inductedc into Foscroft's Sports Hall of Fame during halftime of Fox/Hound Big Game, which begins at 2pm Saturday, February 28. Recpetion in Roomies to follow the game. Read more here
|Nominations for the Second Class of Sports Hall of Famers is Open!|
Learn more about Foxcroft School's Sports Hall of Fame and nominate worthy candidates here
Athletic Director, Auxiliary Programs
Year Appointed: 2010
The College of William & Mary - BA
Michelle Munro Woodruff brings nearly 20 years of experience in independent school education to her new position as Athletic Director at Foxcroft School. A graduate of The College of William & Mary, she has additional Master’s of Education and licensure credits from Old Dominion University and Virginia Wesleyan College, respectively. Since 1999, Ms. Woodruff has taught and coached at Norfolk (VA) Collegiate School, where she chaired the Visual Arts Department and the Student Opportunities Committee. Previously, Ms. Woodruff served as Athletic Director and taught Studio Art, Latin, and Third Grade at Fredericksburg (VA) Academy.
Ms. Woodruff coached Norfolk Collegiate’s field hockey and lacrosse teams to the Virginia State Independent School’s Athletic Association Division II tournament this past year and earned two Coach of the Year awards in 2009. At Fredericksburg Academy, she coached field hockey and tennis. A former collegiate athlete, Ms. Woodruff is a competitive tennis player who captains a USTA 4.5-rated team that participated in the Virginia District Championships last summer.
Ruth Ann Allen
Athletic Trainer, Athletic Assistant
Year Appointed: 2012
Indiana University, Bloomington - B.S.
Indiana University, Bloomington - M.S.