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Varsity Girls Tennis 17′-18′

Cinji Lee (12) Whenever we can, we’re watching our teammates’ matches and cheering for them, making sure that they get all the support we can possibly give. In this sense, we are acting as a united team because we’re cooperating and bonding together. Amy Kim… Keep Reading

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Varsity Boys XC 17′-18′

Kevin Kim (11) My goal for this season is not only to challenge myself to become a faster runner and obtain my personal record but also to run together with my team to bring out a result that would make every student and faculty know… Keep Reading

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Varsity Girls XC 17′-18′

Jiwon Chung (12) My goal for the cross country team has always been to make everyone feel comfortable and supported by everyone. Now that I’m a senior, I guess I feel more responsibility for providing the best environment for the younger runners. Amy Kim (12)… Keep Reading

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Varsity Girls Volleyball 17′-18′

Jane Han (12) – Captain, setter I think that my main contributions to the team will be my role as a leading senior and team setter. As a senior setter, I hope to provide some stability for the team by connecting our defensive strategies with… Keep Reading

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Fall Sports Tryouts Commence

The school year begins its new chapter with the fall season sport tryouts, consisting of cross-country, tennis and, volleyball. Considered three of the most beloved sports by many students, future athletes are looking forward to becoming a part of a team this season. Regardless of… Keep Reading

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Cross Country: Small Team, Big Feats

On Sept. 7 at Yongsan International School of Seoul, the cross-country team sprinted across the finish line for the second time marking the end to another five-kilometer race. The team has already set new records, with returning members continuously improving and new members displaying much… Keep Reading

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In collaboration with Tiger News Today (TNT), we present to you the live streaming of the AISA Volleyball Tournament! Stay tuned to cheer on our Tiger athletes. https://www.facebook.com/sismediaclub/   Keep Reading

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AISA Volleyball Review

Hours of practice and preparation culminate in the Association of International Schools in Asia (AISA) and KAIAC tournaments, where teams are given an opportunity to showcase the skills they have polished since the beginning of the season. From Oct. 15-18, the volleyball teams travelled to… Keep Reading

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Varsity tennis teams adjust to new changes

New courts to practice on, new coaches to practice under, and fewer teammates to practice with—these are among the many adjustments that have been made to the varsity tennis teams. Some changes, such as the court renovations, have been going on for a while others,… Keep Reading

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Cross-country changes elicit positive response

Due to the lack of a competitive outlook last season, cross-country coaches have initiated a new training regimen this season, incorporating elements of cross-fit and other sports, such as swimming, into its practices. Such changes were implemented under the discretion of the coaches, Marie Burns,… Keep Reading

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Varsity boys volleyball claims victory against APIS

Preview Despite an unexpected slow start to the season, losing six games straight, the varsity boys volleyball team was determined to prove otherwise. In their second home game, against Asia Pacific International School (APIS) Green Hawks, on Oct. 1, the team rallied to a three… Keep Reading

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New coaches for fall sports to change team dynamics

With the departure of several teachers in the previous school year, five coaching positions were opened up for returning and new teachers. The positions that were vacated last year included two cross-country positions, two volleyball positions and one tennis position. Unlike Caitlin Lopez, Cristian Iga… Keep Reading

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