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    JV Lacrosse Wins State Championship

    Congrats to the JV Lacrosse Team for winning the 2015 Missouri State Championship. They defeated SLUH in the semifinals and CBC in the title game.

    The boys played with a lot of heart in the championship game against CBC. After being down by two goals in second half they played hard and never gave up. The team had a combined 37 goals in 4 games. Click here to see more photos from the championship game.

    Here's a tournament recap - The Red Devils started off the tournament with two convincing wins over Howell and Burroughs. The field conditions were extremely muddy and less than favorable; however, the young men prevailed with heart and determination. The boys earned their way to the turf field for semifinals against SLUH. Trailing 5-2 in the second half, the team rallied to complete the comeback with the 7-5 win. The Red Devils punched their ticket to the finals to play a tough CBC team. The game started off in favor of the Red Devils as they jumped out to a 4-3 lead at half. CBC rallied to take a 6-4 lead in the third; however, the Red Devils would tie the game before the end of the quarter. The fourth quarter was a defensive battle. But Chaminade scored the game winner and the defense came up with a major stop in the last minute of play for a 7-6 Chaminade win.

    Congratulations to the entire team and the tournament coaches Adam Ure and Carter McCracken.

    Great job Chaminade Lacrosse!

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  • Golfers Qualify for State

    Congratulations to Tommy Rudawsky '15, Matthew Sacchettini '16, and Joe Terschluse '17 for qualifying for the state golf tournament at Sedalia Country Club on Monday, May 18 and Tuesday, May 19. Joe's score of 74 earned him a second place finish in the 50 player sectional tournament held on Monday.

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  • Trevor Trout '18 Selected for NFL Prep Academy

    Chaminade is proud to announce that Trevor Trout ’18 is one of only 44 players nationwide selected to participate in the inaugural NFL Prep Academy that will be held June 17-20 in Philadelphia, PA. The program recognizes the most elite upcoming sophomore student-athletes in the country.

    The NFL PREP Academy is an invitation only four-day seminar designed to enhance the personal and academic development of elite high school football student-athletes. The PREP Academy engages student-athletes in unique classroom sessions and focused leadership and character development training. PREP Academy participants will engage in community, academic, and leadership development sessions instructed by University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton College of Business faculty, NFL representatives, and special guest speakers.

    The program will include 44 HS student-athletes invited based upon academics, athletics, leadership, and coach and teacher recommendations. All activities are hosted at The Wharton College of Business and the Philadelphia Eagles facility. The NFL PREP Academy is committed to educate, empower, and PREP student athletes to be the best in athletics and life. Below you will find the education components and highlights of the program.

    Curriculum Features:

    Goal Setting
    The College Application Process
    Balancing Academic and Athletic Success at the Next Level
    Majors-Career Planning and Placement
    ACT-SAT Prep
    Media Training
    Character Development
    Leadership Training
    Community Activism
    NCAA Initial Eligibility
    Mentoring by former NFL Players
    Engagement with select members of the Pro Football HOF

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  • Varsity Tennis Wins MCC Tourney

    The varsity tennis team was able to earn 1st place in the 2015 MCC Conference Tournament. In the 4 singles, 3 doubles flighted tournament, every player and doubles team was able to positively contribute points towards the Chaminade team total. Chaminade won the tournament with 19 team points. This is the first time since 2007 that Chaminade has regained possession of the MCC Championship Trophy. Individual medalists are listed below:

    • Trevor Allen ’15 – 1st Place – 1st Singles Flight
    • Jeong Woo Choi ’15 – 3rd Place – 2nd Singles Flight
    • Thomas Waters ’18 – 1st Place – 3rd Singles Flight
    • Nate Geraty ’16 – 3rd Place – 4th Singles Flight
    • Jack Waters ’16 & O’Connor Richardson ’16 – 2nd Place – 1st Doubles Flight
    • Ben Hasara ’17 & Jack Marchant ’17 – 3rd Place – 2nd Doubles Flight
    • Tommy Richardson ’18 & Eric Schmitt ’17 – 1st Place – 3rd Doubles Flight

    Follow the team on twitter @CCPTennis.

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  • Roderick Campbell '16 Commits to Northwestern

    Chaminade congratulates Roderick Campbell ’16 on making his commitment to play football at Northwestern. After Campbell, a heavily recruited cornerback, recently visited the Evanston campus and met with head coach Pat Fitzgerald, he and his parents were convinced that Northwestern was the right place for him. He becomes the third member of the Wildcats' Class of 2016.

    Roderick, the No. 2-ranked player in Missouri, returned from his Northwestern visit and rated it a 10 on a 1-10 scale. He and his family weighed the pros and cons of each of his final five schools -- Northwestern, Duke, Indiana, Iowa and Notre Dame and said that Northwestern came out as his choice because of its combination of “big-time football and big-time academics.”

    "Northwestern is the best fit," he said. "There's the academic part of it, of course, and they really look out for their players and want them to succeed in life, whether it's in the NFL or something else…”

    "I visited all the schools I wanted to and Northwestern just feels right," he continued. "It's the No. 13 (academic) school in the country! You get that prestigious education and Big Ten football."

    Roderick, a 5-foot-11, 180-pounder with 4.5 speed in the 40 thinks that he will bring a talent for making big plays with him to Northwestern.

    "I'm a ball hawk, I'm always around the ball," said Campbell, who had five interceptions, 22 pass breakups and 52 tackles for the 6-4 Red Devils last season. "I have big-play ability with my speed and my length, and that's what I think I can do for Northwestern."

    After Campbell made up his mind, he first called coaches at each of his other final schools before contacting Fitzgerald and pulling the trigger. He said that "it wasn't the easiest thing" making those calls, so he feels as relieved as he is excited to end the recruiting process.

    "I feel like I got a big burden off my chest," he said. "I'm glad I found a home."

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