Joined by family, teammates, teachers and friends, Spartanburg Day School senior Harry Jameson committed Tuesday to play soccer at Gannon University.
At SDS, Harry was an integral part of the soccer, cross country, and track and field programs. With Griffin Soccer, he served as varsity team captain and was twice named to All-Region and All-State teams. He also participated in multiple international soccer tournaments. Harry was a member of the cross country team for two state championships seasons. On the track team, he is a member of the 4x800 relay team that secured both school and region records.
“Being a part of Griffin Soccer has been one of the best things in my life, from the amazing coaching and support I get from Nick (Buxton) and Graham (Brewer) to the great teammates I have been fortunate to have over the years. The honor of being the captain and leading this team is one of my proudest achievements,” Harry said. “As a student, as a person and as a leader, I know as I leave the Day School I am absolutely prepared for life in college thanks to my amazing teachers, this wonderful community and all I have learned and experienced during my years here.”
Buxton, varsity boys soccer coach, said he is excited to watch Jameson continue developing his skills at the collegiate level.
“It has been my privilege to coach Harry and see him grow into the man he is today,” Buxton said. “He always represents Spartanburg Day in a manner we are proud of. He has the work rate and effort of a true Griffin, and I can’t wait to see what he can achieve in the future.”