Pat Gould (’89) grew up in Peabody and played three years on the state champion golf team. He was undefeated and MVP his senior year and went on to play at Bryant University. He also was a member of the South Florida PGA for five years, winning several tournaments.
Peter Roy excelled on the lacrosse field, where he was captain and MVP in his senior year. A high scoring attackman who also played hockey and soccer, Roy went on to star in lacrosse at Wesleyan University. He captained the team and set many records. He is currently the second-highest scorer in the school’s history. Roy grew up in Marblehead and lives in Danvers.
Scott Macdonald (’93) was a three-season track star who set an indoor mile record and was a member of the distance medley relay team that placed fourth at nationals. He was also on the All-State champion cross country team. Macdonald, who grew up in Salem and now lives in Winston-Salem, N.C., competed in track at Wake Forest.
Jeremy Long (’95) led the state in scoring his junior year, and was a member of the state championship soccer team in 1994. He was named Catholic Conference MVP and both Umbro and Parade first team All American. He went on to an outstanding career at Wheaton College, where he led the conference in goals and assists as a senior before playing professional soccer.
Also honored were the 1987, ’88 and ‘89 Prep golf teams that won state championships. The regular season record during that span was an amazing 42-3-1.