Bwog reports the top bworts moments of the summer.

Coming off a memorable season that featured broken record after broken record, Abbey Hsu (CC ’24) was one of 12 individuals chosen to represent the United States. The US team competed against nine other countries in the FIBA Women’s AmeriCup Basketball Tournament in early July, eventually earning a silver medal while in Mexico, losing to Brazil in the tournament final. The team battled through the group stage and defeated Colombia and Canada in the quarter- and semi-final.

Sydney Sullenberger (CC ’27) became a national champion less than a month after becoming a world champion. Sullenberger dominated the U21 Compound event at both the 2023 World Youth Championships and the USA Archery JOAD Target Nationals. The former World and USA Archery Team competitor became an All-American at the end of the 2023 Collegiate Target Nationals and will look to do so again in the upcoming year.

Outgoing Senior Baseball Catcher Weston Eberly (CC ’23) was selected by the Chicago White Sox with the 479th pick of the MLB draft. Eberly caught 14 runners trying to steal bases and picked off five more, the most in the Ivy League, all while positing a .309 batting average with nine home runs, landing Eberly a spot as one of 13 Buster Posey National Collegiate Catcher of the Year Award Semifinalists . Additionally, Ivy League Player of the Year and Lion record holder for most hits in a season (75), Andy Blake (CC ’23) signed a minor league deal with the Los Angeles Angels.

All-31, Hsu, Sullenberger, and Eberly via CU Athletics