The following is a press release from the Providence Country Day School in East Providence.
Andrew T. Boss '87 – member of the 1987 Rhode Island Interscholastic League Suburban Championship hockey team, was inducted along with his teammates into the Providence Country Day School Athletic Hall of Fame on October 20, 2012. In the spirit of celebrating the school's longstanding athletic tradition, the PCD Alumni Association established the Hall of Fame in 1995.
During homecoming weekend this year, the Alumni Association congratulated and inducted the Hall's 18th class. Mr. Boss is one of 26 honorees that represent both the success and the values that are central to the school's mission. Other inductees this year include:
Dudley Richards '49 - 1961 U.S. Pairs Figure Skating Champion, competed in the 1960 Olympics
Alan Zametkin '68 - NEPSAC Wrestling Champion, 3-Sport Letterman, 2-Sport Captain, Class of 1929 Gold Medal Recipient
John Bennett '68 - NEPSAC Wrestling Champion, 4-Sport Letterman, 2-Sport Captain, Robert Arthur Lavan Memorial Athletic Award Recipient
Dave Dyson '86 - 3 Sport Letterman, 2 Sport Captain, 1990 Roanoke College Male Athlete of the Year, 4-Year Lacrosse Letterman
Geoffrey Sargeant '96 - 3-Sport Letterman, 3-Sport Captain, SENEISAA Wrestling Champion, Class of 1929 Gold Medal Recipient
Courtney Sargeant Wilson '99 - 3-Sport Letterman, 2-Sport Captain, Rhode Island Interscholastic League State Tennis Runner Up, Suzanne Bailey Award Recipient, Percvial C. Norris Award Recipient
The Providence Country Day School, established in 1923, is a college preparatory school serving 300 students in grades 6-12. The diverse student population draws from more than 45 communities throughout Southeastern New England. Our educational program balances rigorous academics, visual and performing arts, and competitive athletics. Our mission and values are upheld by a faculty distinguished by academic excellence and deep personal commitment.