Liggett Pride

We’ve established a culture of working hard and reaping the rewards, not only in the classroom, but on the field, court, track and pool. Our athletic campus is built for challenge, our teams are built to win, and our reputation for competing at the highest level is built on proof.

Featured Knights At The Next Level


Sean Fannon (‘16) Lawrence Tech

Sean is a three-year starter at Lawrence Tech, starting in at least 45 games per year. He batted .380 during the 2019 season with a team-high 71 hits. In 2019 he was 8th in the NAIA with six triples, and also hit 13 doubles and four home runs. Sean is Lawrence Tech’s all-time career leader in the following categories: games played (158), games started (158), at-bats (578), runs scored (128), hits (195), doubles (37), triples (180, home runs (16), RBI’s (142), and total bases (316). During his career he has been named WHAC First Team All-Conference, WHAC Player of the Week, NAIA Gold Glove, and WHAC Gold Glove. Sean helped the University Liggett Baseball Program to 3 MHSAA State Championships in 2013, 2014 and 2016. He was named 1st Team All State in 2015 by the Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association.


Charles ‘Tre’ Caine (‘17) University Of Nevada Las Vegas

Tre Caine is an NCAA Division I football player, beginning his career at Colgate before transferring to UNLV. In two years at Colgate Tre played in 22 total games, helping his team qualify for the playoffs and secure playoff wins. His career statistics at Colgate include 21 receptions for 287 yards, three touchdowns, and a 13.7-yard receiving average. While at Liggett Tre was four-year football letterman and two-time captain for the Knights. During his senior campaign in which he was named Michigan Athletic Conference MVP, he recorded 1,735 rushing yards to pair with 28 rushing touchdowns, as well as 1,005 receiving yards and 14 receiving TDs. He also lettered in track & field for the Knights.


Alexis Wenger (‘18) University Of Virginia

Alexis Wenger is an All-American swimmer at the University of Virginia. She has qualified and placed in multiple events at the Division I NCAA Championships over the first two years of her collegiate career. She has also been an ACC Champion and named All-ACC in multiple events. In 2016, Alexis qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 100-meter breaststroke. While at Liggett Alexis was a multi-sport athlete and earned All-District, All- Regional and All-State honors in soccer.