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Notre Dame Academy becomes a 2023 WSN Cup Winner

Notre Dame Academy girls basketball team
Notre Dame Academy girls basketball celebrates after they win the championship. Submitted photo

By Tori Wittenbrock

Sports Reporter

GREEN BAY — Notre Dame Academy has recently been named one of three Wisconsin Sports Network (WSN) Cup Winners for the 2022-23 season.

The award has been proudly received by a myriad of teams from all over the state of Wisconsin for the past 15 years.

This year marks NDA’s first Cup in a while, their last win being a decade ago in the 2012-13 season. This is also the school’s fourth WSN Cup overall for the Medium School Division.

The 2022-23 athletic season has been big for NDA, winning three state championships. The Tritons won state titles for boys cross country at the end of the fall season, also performing well in boys soccer (runner-ups) and girls cross country (third place) for a total of 351 points overall.

The winter season also showed exceptional athletic performances from the school with two additional state titles. Girls basketball and boys hockey won state for a total of 239.1 points on the season.

NDA’s spring season was a bit of a battle for the Tritons, earning 167 points, finishing eighth overall in the standings. However, the boys tennis team made an appearance at state and boys track finished sixth.

The school finished ahead of a range of other athletically talented teams for the Medium School Division title. Edgewood, Whitefish Bay, West Salem and McFarland were close behind in the final standings.

“Notre Dame Academy and our school community is very honored and proud of earning this achievement,” said NDA Athletic Director Matthew Koenig. “Our athletes and coaches work extremely hard throughout the year to be the best they can be and they should all take pride in this accomplishment.”

Koenig said that this award is a big accomplishment for the school as a whole, and getting here has been a tremendous group effort.

“This is an overall department award and all 500 of our athletes played a part in this honor.”

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