One-time letter winner for the Blue Hens • known for her speed, agility and ability to perform in pressure situations • type of athlete that continues to improve each practice and game.
Appeared in one game in first season in a Delaware uniform • did not register any statistics in team’s 17-7 win over William & Mary (April 24) in the season finale • CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll.
Three-sport athlete at The John Carroll School in Bel Air, Md. • guided varsity lacrosse team to IAAM A Quarterfinals (2014) and Semifinals (2015) appearances • selected to play in Maryland Crab Draw Senior All-Star Game • posted 29 caused turnovers, 13 groundballs and nine draw controls as a senior under head coach Abbey Swift • captain and starter for Gary Scholl’s field hockey squad that won the IAAM B Championship in 2014 • also captained junior varsity field hockey team that went 10-1 during sophomore season • sprinter for indoor track & field team under head coach Rob Torres • placed third overall in the 300m while team was also third in the IAAM Championship as a junior • team finished second in the 2012 IAAM Championship while individually was fourth in the 4x200 • guided squad to a sixth place finish in the 2015 IAAM Championship • also played basketball as a freshman and was a member of the 2012 IAAM B Championship team • National Honors Society, Spanish National Honors Society and National Society for High School Scholars member • earned the Al Cesky Scholarship, which is awarded to Harford County high school seniors who excel in both athletics and academics while best demonstrating the values reflected in the life of Al Cesky • selected for the John Carroll Top Student-Athlete Award.
Played four years with the Top of the Bay Travel team • MVP of the 2014 Music City Festival in Nashville, Tenn.; team also won the championship title • led team to an undefeated slate in the 2013 U19 Turtle Island Festival (Oshawa, Canada) • placed third (2011) and fifth (2012) at the U.S. Lacrosse U15 National Tournament • selected to play with the Baltimore Metro Team in the U.S. Women’s National Tournament School Girl’s Division.
Chantae Nichole Simms • born June 23, 1997 in Takoma Park, Md. • daughter of Raynett Colston and Berwyn Simms • both parents graduated from Morgan State University with degrees in computer science • mother is a senior program manager and earned her MBA from the University of Maryland • father is a senior test engineer • has two brothers, Briant and Braden • cousin, Taylor Melton, played soccer at Delaware State University from 2011-15 • cousin to the late James Parrish, a tackle for the Super Bowl XXVII Champion Dallas Cowboys • uncle, Milton Colston, was a member of the 1978 NCAA Men’s Division II Basketball Champion Cheyney University • majoring in psychology with a minor in legal studies • aspires to become a forensic scientist • enjoys cooking and working out • lists favorite sports teams as the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors.
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