1909-1910 Basketball Team
Named the oldest high school basketball program in the Richmond area by the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the St. Catherine’s basketball team began playing the game just 18 years after basketball was invented by Dr. James Naismith. The first St. Catherine’s team played on a playground located downtown at the corner of Franklin and Harrison, often intrasquad scrimmages. St. Catherine’s was located at 14 N. Laurel at that time.
Dave Bloor • Cross Country and Track & Field Coach
In his 50 years as a high school coach, Dave Bloor accomplished everything. In 24 years as the Saints cross country and track coach, Bloor led the team to 35 LIS championships (19 cross country, eight indoor track and eight outdoor track) and 16 state titles (six cross country, two indoor track and eight outdoor track). He is the all-time winningest coach at St. Catherine’s and the School’s annual Coach of the Year award is dedicated in his honor.
Maggie Anderson ’07 • Field Hockey, Basketball, Lacrosse
A leader in every sense of the word, Maggie Anderson earned All-American, All-State, All-LIS and All-Metro honors as a three-sport athlete and three-sport team captain. In lacrosse she tallied 263 career goals and 95 assists for 385 points for the Saints, earning All-American honors. Anderson scored more than 900 points in basketball and was the team captain for the 2005 field hockey state champion team.She had a standout lacrosse career at William & Mary with 134 career goals, 29 assists, 163 total points, 60 ground balls and 27 caused turnovers.
Courtney Page Ferrell ’92 • Cross Country and Track & Field
For six years Courtney Page Ferrell dominated on the cross country course and the track. She was a four-time LIS individual cross country champion and a two-time individual state champion with three second place finishes. Ferrell won five state individual championships in track (1600 and 3200), seven LIS events and held school records in four events. A three-time captain in both sports, Ferrell continued her running career at the University of Virginia.
Lloyd Hatcher Ford ’77 • Tennis
As a five-year varsity tennis athlete, Lloyd Hatcher Ford was nationally ranked three different times in doubles. A pre-Title IX athlete, she continued her career at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Ford won three ACC singles titles and one doubles title and boasted 41 singles victories her senior year, the most-ever by a senior at UNC. She was a North Carolina AIAW Singles Champion and AIAW Southern Region II Doubles Champion.
Sallie Cecil Stillwell ’81 • Field Hockey, Basketball, Tennis, Lacrosse
A four-sport varsity athlete, Sallie Stillwell excelled as a lacrosse goalkeeper. Stillwell continued her career at the University of Virginia where she led the Cavaliers to a No. 4 national ranking her senior year, earning All-American honors as the team captain. She set the school record that year for saves in a game. Stillwell was inducted into the Richmond Chapter, US Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2016.
Ginny Sutton Turner ’01 • Field Hockey, Lacrosse, Indoor Track & Field
A three-sport athlete at St. Catherine’s, Ginny Sutton Turner emerged as a leader in field hockey in college and beyond. She was a key contributor on the 2000 state champion field hockey team, which was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016. At William & Mary, Turner helped the Tribe to four straight top-15 national rankings. Serving as captain during her senior season, she earned second-team All-Colonial Athletic Association. Turner is now the field hockey coach at Division I Davidson, earning Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year honors in 2015.