Delaware Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association 
Celebrating Delaware sports since 1949

The 2022 Team of the Year is Wilmington Friends School's Division 2 state champion football team.
Monday, Feb. 20, 2023
    Riverfront Events
     706 S. Justison St.
       Luncheon $40
     Table of 8: $300

2021:   Delmar High School field hockey team
            Jodi Holloman, coach            

2020:   Appoquinimink High School soccer team
           Adam Bear, coach

2019:   Appoquinimink High School baseball team 
           Mike Torres, coach

2018:  Post One, American Legion World Series baseball 
           champions, Brent Treml, manager

2017:   Canal 11-12 year-old softball team,
           Rich Trala, coach

2016:  University of Delaware national champion 
           field hockey team, Rolf van de Kerkhof, coach

2015:   Smyrna High School football
           Mike Judy, coach

2014:  William Penn High School football
          Marvin Dooley, coach

2013:  Salesianum School soccer
          Scott Mosier, coach

2012:  Middletown High School football
          Mark DelPercio, coach

2011:  University of Delaware men's soccer
          Ian Hennessy, coach

2010: St. Mark's High School football
         John Wilson, coach

2009: Cape Henlopen High School lacrosse
         P.J. Kesmodel, coach

2008: Milford High School football
         Mike Tkach, coach

2007: University of Delaware lacrosse
         Bob Shillinglaw, coach

2006: Tatnall girls cross country
         Patrick Castagno, coach

2005: Wesley College football
         Mike Drass, coach

2004: Salesianum Soccer
         Scott Mosier, coach

2003: Naamans Little League
         Joe Mascelli, coach

         University of Delaware Football
         K.C. Keeler, coach

2002: Salesianum Swimming and Diving
         Chip Hannig, coach

2001: Delmar Football
         Dave Hearn, coach

2000: St. Mark's Boys Soccer
         Tom DeMatteis, coach

1999: Stanton-Newport Senior Softball
         Tom Joyce, coach
Above: Salesianum's 2013 soccer team, the fourth of the Sals' ten straight state champions.

Below: Tatnall's 2006 cross country team, the second of eight straight Hornet teams to be ranked #1 in the state.
The Quakers outscored their 13 opponents, 440-78