Winter Athletes Earn Conference, All-State Awards; Bill Ludlow Named Basketball Coach of the Year

Congratulations to all of our winter athletes who were named to the Diamond State All-Conference teams and the All-State teams. Archmere accolades also included the Diamond State Athletic Conference Championship title for the boys basketball team. The girls basketball team boasted a #6 seed for the State Tournament and made a back-to-back quarterfinal appearance. The swim team sent 14 swimmers to the State Meet, with the boys team placing 7th overall. The wrestling team sent every wrestler to the State Meet and all made it to the subsequent round, and the indoor track team broke two school records at the DIAA State Championship Meet.
In addition, congratulations to longtime Archmere basketball coach, Bill Ludlow, who was named the Delaware Men’s Basketball Coach of the Year. The boys had a 10-3 record this season and took home the DSAC Championship. 
Diamond State All-Conference Selections
The following players earned Diamond State Conference honors this winter:
Girls Basketball:
Ellie Angiullo ’21 - 1st Team All-Conference  
Ava Scarpaci ’21 - 2nd Team All-Conference 
Lauren Kim ’22 - 2nd Team All-Conference
Lucy Oliver ’24 - Honorable Mention All-Conference 
Boys Basketball: 
Chris Albero ’23 - 1st Team All-Conference  
Anthony Mariano ’21 - 2nd Team All-Conference  
Matt Dellose ’22 - Honorable Mention All-Conference 

Delaware All- State Selections:
The following players earned All-State honors this winter:

Girls Basketball:
Ellie Angiullo ’21 - Honorable Mention All-State
Lauren Kim '22 - Honorable Mention All-State
Boys Basketball: 
Chris Albero ’23 - Honorable Mention All-State 
Archmere Coach Bill Ludlow, Delaware Men’s Coach of the Year
Girls Swimming:
Elizabeth Maher ’24 - 2nd Team All-State
Boys Swimming:
Jacob Piretti ’21 - 2nd Team All-State
Nate Hendrixson ’21 - Honorable Mention All-State
Joe Marino ’21 - Honorable Mention All-State
    • Archmere All-State Athletes

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Archmere Academy is a private, Catholic, college preparatory co-educational academy,
grades 9-12 founded in 1932 by the Norbertine Fathers.