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    Jayson Tatum '16 Named to USA Basketball U-19 Team

    Jayson Tatum ’16 has been selected to play for the USA Basketball U-19 team that will compete in the 2015 FIBA World Championships June 27-July 5 in Heraklion, Greece.

    He will be playing for his third gold medal for USA Basketball. Jayson was a member of the U-17 team that won the championship in Dubai last year and the U-16 team that won gold in Uruguay 2013.

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    Mike Roach '07 Returns to Campus

    Click here to watch a video of Mike Roach '07 as he returned to campus last week for filming of St. Louis Football Club's "Buggin' the Players" segment!

    Mike was part of Chaminade's State Championship Team and was named the NSCAA Missouri Player of the Year honors as a senior in 2006.

    As reported on the St. Louis FC's website, Roach arrived at Saint Louis FC with an extensive background at the professional level. He was drafted by the New England Revolution in the fourth round of the 2012 MLS Supplemental Draft, making ten appearances for New England.

    Prior to joining the Revs, Roach split his college career with Indiana University and Saint Louis University. He played three seasons at SLU, scoring 14 goals and adding seven assists in 34 appearances.

    As a redshirt sophomore, Roach started 17 matches while scoring 11 goals and adding two assists to lead the Billikens in scoring.

    Roach returned to his hometown in the 2013-14 season as a member of the St. Louis Ambush.

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  • Trevor Allen '15 Named to All-Metro Tennis Team

    Congratulations to Trevor Allen '15 on being named to the Tennis All-Metro Second Team by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

    Allen won his third state singles medal, finishing fourth this season. He finished with an 18-5 record.

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  • Varsity Football Win 7on7 Tourney

    Chaminade’s Varsity Football Team finished 6-0 to win the St. Dominic 7on7 Passing Tournament on Friday, June 12th. The team had victories over Brentwood, Jennings, North County Bonne Terre, Orchard Farm, Sikeston and St. Dominic.

    The team also traveled to Northwestern University in Chicago for a two-day football camp over the weekend.

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    Austin Allen '12 Selected in MLB Draft

    Chaminade congratulates Austin Allen ’12 on his recent selection in the 4th round of the MLB Draft. The San Diego Padres selected him as the 117th pick. As reported by, Allen, a Florida Tech catcher, was excited to hear the news, “Anxiously awaiting with family at his home in Kirkwood, Missouri, Allen gushed with joy and relief after he was called and congratulated by the Padres’ area scout.

    “Oh man, I don’t even know how to describe it,” he said. “My whole family just erupted. I’m very thankful and very blessed that the Padres are taking a chance on me, and giving me the opportunity to possibly get to the big leagues one day.”

    At No. 117, he becomes the highest draft selection in Florida Tech’s program history, even four rounds ahead of World Series Champion Tim Wakefield. Allen, a 6-foot-4 catcher was the first NCAA Division II position player selected in the draft, the first Sunshine State Conference player and the first from Florida Tech since Scott Carcaise was selected by the Miami Marlins in 2013.

    Allen was named to the ABCA/Rawlings Second Team All-American after claiming the SSC batting title (.421 average) and breaking the school’s single-season record with 25 doubles along with 11 home runs.

    “I can’t say thank you enough to Coach (Greg) Berkemeier and Coach (Matt) Mercurio for just giving me the chance to come to Florida Tech and play,” he said.

    “I’ve always hoped to get drafted, but I never thought it’d be this high. To have that honor is an unbelievable feeling. To know the players that have come before me, it’s a sign that our program is on the up and coming,” Allen said.

    According to the scouting report from Allen can make an impact regardless of position. “One of the best Division II talents in the country, Allen can really swing the bat. He has plus bat speed from the left side of the plate with a good overall approach that should allow him to hit for average. He has plenty of power and could have even more as he learns to pull the ball more when needed. His overall catching is a work in progress, as he has limited agility, but many think he has the chance to stick behind the plate. He does have decent hands and good raw arm strength, though his exchange and footwork make his overall arm just average. Even if a team isn’t sure Allen can be a catcher long-term, there’s a good chance one will buy the bat.”

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