MVP Week 9: Winning Big On The Field, In The Vote, Bridget Condie, MICDS Field Hockey
The freshman forward from MICDS is leading the Rams in goals and total scoring this season, and was an easy winner in the MVP voting this week.
Bridget Condie, the phenomenal freshman from MICDS, who leads the Rams in goals and total scoring this season, was nominated for the Patch MVP "Athlete of the Week" award, after scoring two goals and three assists in a pair of exciting victories over Edwardsville and Notre Dame de Sion.
Since then, Condie has added two more goals and two more assists, to raise her season totals to 14 goals and 11 assists -- the fourth-most goals and second-most assists in the Metro League conference this fall -- as MICDS has advanced to the Midwest Field Hockey Championship Tournament quarterfinals after defeating Rockwood Summit and Kirkwood this week.
This week, the Week 9 Ladue-Frontenac Patch MVP "Athlete of the Week" will lead the No. 5 Rams into a showdown against No. 4 Visitation, where the winner will earn a trip to the championship semifinals and a likely date with No. 1 ranked Cor Jesu.
Other MVP candidates this week were Matthew Hooper of Ladue football, Taylor Revling and Ellie Bisig of St. Joseph's tennis, Meghan Donovan of Villa Duchesne volleyball, and Chris Wetzel of John Burroughs soccer.
Here's just a little bit of what we found out about this week's MVP, Bridget Condit of MICDS field hockey:
Usually we ask upperclassmen their thoughts about college, but since you're just starting high school, we'd like to know, how have you enjoyed your first few months as a high schooler?
High school is great; I really enjoy all of the freedoms that upper school has to offer.
How is your season going?
Our season is going very well. We have bonded and we know how to make games exciting.
What is the favorite thing you like about being on your team?
I love how much of a team we are and how much fun we have while playing.
Comment on any special accomplishments this season so far.
The passes the team creates is definitely an accomplishment, but also our resilience and ability to play no matter the circumstance.
What's your favorite memory from this season so far?
My favorite memory of our season has been every time the team has come back in a game when we were losing.
What is the favorite tune in your I-Pod? And why?
My favorite song on my iPod is Pound the Alarm by Nicki Minaj, because it pumps me up before every game.