Athletics Features

  • Congratulations to our Senior Athletes!

    Congratulations to the following 15 seniors who signed their letters of intent on Tuesday, April 26th at Chaminade's Signing Ceremony!

    Baseball:

    Isaac Olsen attending University of Cincinnati

    Peter Zimmerman attending Tulane University

    Basketball:

    Tyler Cook attending University of Iowa

    Will Gladson attending Princeton University

    Michael Lewis attending Duquesne University

    Jacob Stoecklin attending Case Western Reserve University

    Jayson Tatum attending Duke University

    Football:

    Roderick Campbell attending Northwestern University

    Hurbert (Trey) Hoosman attending McKendree University

    Lacrosse:

    Patrick Fitzsimmons attending Cleveland State University

    Connor Kalish attending College of Wooster

    Soccer:

    Anthony Aegerter attending Indiana Wesleyan University

    Ryan Matteo attending Yale University

    Ben Weber attending University of Evansville

    Matteo Kidd attending Saint Louis University

    Congratulations gentlemen!

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  • Chaminade Announces Athletic Field Renovation

    Chaminade College Preparatory announced plans today to install synthetic turf on the Don Ohlms '53 athletic field during the summer of 2016.

    Recently, Chaminade's Board of Trustees approved the beginning of construction on the new turf field in order to be ready for the upcoming fall athletic season. This is one of the many projects the Board has evaluated as part of its long term strategic plans. The Board, as good Marianist stewards, has committed to initiate this project because of opportune pricing and timing.

    Chaminade athletic director, Tom Fernandez said, "We are committed to providing our players, coaches and fans an enhanced playing field. This needed renovation to the field will ensure that the game-day experience provides an enjoyable playing surface for players and opponents."

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  • Congrats to Varsity Golf!

    Congratulations to the Varsity Golf Team who came in second place at the 22-team Webster Cup Tournament! Leading the charge was Matt Saccettini '16 (76), followed by Drew Walsh '17 (77), Joe Terschluse '17 (77), Andrew Horner '17 (78), and Drew Keeven '16 (79). Great job Gentlemen!

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  • Will Gladson '16 Named Chaminade's 2016 St. Louis Post-Dispatch Scholar-Athlete

    Congratulations to Senior, Will Gladson, on being named Chaminade's 2016 St. Louis Post-Dispatch Scholar-Athlete! Will and all of the area's scholar-athletes will be recognized during the Cardinals game on May 18th.

    Photo Credit: David Kapatsa '16

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  • Jayson Tatum Named Gatorade National Basketball Player of the Year!

    Jayson Tatum's mouth fell open.

    The Chaminade senior basketball star didn't believe who was in front of him and what he held in his hands.

    Tatum sat on a dais as four-time NBA all-star Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway walked toward him with the Gatorade National Player of the Year trophy cradled in his arms.

    The 6-foot-9, Duke-bound standout took the podium in front of friends, family, teammates and assembled media under the guise of a press conference to wrap upChaminade's championship season and discuss his appearance in Wednesday night's McDonald's All-American Game. He was left in the dark until Hardaway stepped forward with hardware in hand.

    Tatum, 18, was left speechless.

    “It means the world. Just to have this moment with my friends, family, my teammates. They surprised me good,” Tatum said. “I really can't describe it. This is right up there with winning a state championship.”

    Tatum averaged an area-high 29.5 points per game and 9 rebounds, three assists, two steals and more than one block per game as he led the Red Devils to the Class 5 state championship. He is the second player from Missouri to win the award since its inception in 1987. The other was Chaminade graduate and current Washington Wizards guard Brad Beal, who won after his senior season in 2011. Tatum attended Beal's assembly. He was a seventh grader at Chaminade's middle school. Tatum aspired to be like Beal but knew the odds were long.

    “I remember the day Bradley Beal won his,” Tatum said. “Never in a million years did I think I'd actually win. It's a dream of mine. I'm so glad it came to reality.”

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    Other notable honorees include Dwight Howard (2004), LeBron James (2002, 2003) and Kobe Bryant (1996). Ben Simmons was the reigning award winner.

    It's been a whirlwind few days for Tatum. He spent Sunday through Wednesday in Chicago for the McDonald's All-American Game and its festivities. He scored 18 points to lead the East all-star team in Wednesday night's game. On Tuesday he and two other competitors took part in and won the Legends and Stars Shootout at the historic Chicago Theater.

    “It's been busy to say the least. I just had a wonderful time,” Tatum said. “Being able to compete in the McDonald's All-American Game and come back to school and have my friends surprise me with this. I just can't explain it.”

    He left Chicago around 5 a.m. Thursday. He said his mother, Brandy Cole, was persistent that he made it back to Chaminade.

    “I'm glad I came to school,” Tatum said, drawing a laugh from the assembled crowd.

    Having Hardaway present the award was also meaningful. The former Orlando Magic star point guard coached against Tatum's eighth grade AAU team. It was then he noticed the ability that oozed from the youngster.

    “I just noticed the talent and thought this kid was going to be special,” Hardaway said. “I just tried to mentor him and give him advice on what to do in certain situations. It's become a deeper relationship.”

    Added Tatum, “He's been a great mentor for a long time now. He had a lot to do with much of my success. I'm truly thankful.”

    Content from St. Louis Today's David Kvidahl, see the article here.

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Upcoming Games

Mon May 02

Varsity Tennis vs. Tournament - MCC Tournament - Individual DOUBLES

3:00 pm

Varsity Tennis vs. Tournament at Dwight Davis - Forest Park - MCC Tournament - Individual SINGLES

3:00 pm

C Baseball at Oakville

4:15 pm

B Baseball vs. Oakville

4:15 pm
Tue May 03

JV Tennis vs. Westminster

3:30 pm

Varsity Tennis at Westminster

3:30 pm

JV Volleyball vs. Bayless

4:00 pm

B Baseball at Vianney

4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Varsity Baseball vs. Vianney

4:30 pm

Middle School Track vs. Invitational at Westminster

5:00 pm

Varsity Volleyball vs. Bayless

5:00 pm
Wed May 04

B Baseball at SLUH

4:30 am

JV2 Tennis vs. Kennedy (John F) HS

3:30 pm

Varsity Baseball vs. SLUH

4:30 pm

JV Water Polo vs. CBC

4:30 pm

Varsity Water Polo vs. CBC

5:30 pm
Thu May 05

JV Volleyball vs. SLUH

4:00 pm

Varsity Track vs. MCC Championship

4:00 pm

C Baseball vs. St. Mary's

4:15 pm

Varsity Volleyball vs. SLUH

5:00 pm
Fri May 06

Varsity Water Polo vs. TBD - State Tournament - Play In Round

JV Tennis at John Burroughs

3:30 pm

Varsity Tennis vs. John Burroughs

3:30 pm

Varsity Baseball vs. Ladue

4:15 pm

B Baseball at Ladue

4:15 pm

C Baseball at SLUH

5:00 pm
Sat May 07

Varsity Volleyball at Webster Groves Tournament

B Baseball vs. Fort Zumwalt East Tourney

Varsity Water Polo vs. TBD - State Tournament

JV Volleyball vs. CBC/De Smet Tournament at CBC

8:00 am

Varsity Tennis vs. Marquette - Mid-Metro TEAM

8:30 am - 10:00 am

Varsity Tennis vs. Lafayette - Mid-Metro TEAM

10:00 am - 11:30 am

Varsity Tennis vs. Duchesne - Mid-Metro TEAM

11:30 am - 2:00 pm

Varsity Baseball vs. St. Mary's

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Mon May 09

JV Water Polo at TBD - JV Championship Tournament

Varsity Tennis vs. TBD at TBD - TEAM

3:30 pm

B Baseball at Parkway South

4:15 pm

Varsity Baseball vs. Parkway South

4:15 pm

JV Volleyball at Cape Notre Dame

4:30 pm

Varsity Volleyball at Cape Notre Dame

5:30 pm
Tue May 10

JV Volleyball at DeSmet

4:00 pm

Varsity Baseball vs. CBC

4:30 pm

Varsity Volleyball at DeSmet

5:00 pm
Wed May 11

JV Water Polo at TBD - JV Championship Tournament

B Baseball vs. CBC

4:30 pm

C Baseball at CBC

4:30 pm

Middle School Track vs. Invitational at Burroughs

5:00 pm
Thu May 12

JV Volleyball vs. Vianney

4:00 pm

Varsity Volleyball vs. Vianney

5:00 pm
Fri May 13

JV Water Polo at TBD - JV Championship Tournament

Sat May 14

Varsity Tennis at TBD - Individual

8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Athletics

Athletics Poll 2

Your Information
Which level of Chaminade Athletics information do you follow?

Scoreboard:

Fri Apr 29
Varsity Tennis9Win
Whitfield0More
Fri Apr 29
JV Tennis4Win
Whitfield0More
Thu Apr 28
Varsity Tennis6Win
Duchesne3More
Wed Apr 27
C BaseballCanc.
Vianney
Wed Apr 27
Varsity Tennis9Win
Mehlville0More
Tue Apr 26
Varsity VolleyballCanc.
Bayless
Tue Apr 26
JV VolleyballCanc.
Bayless
Tue Apr 26
Varsity TrackCanc.
Vianney Invitational
Sat Apr 23
Varsity Tennis1Loss
Fenwick HS (IL) @ DGS 16 TEAM4More
Sat Apr 23
Varsity Baseball7Loss
Washington8
Sat Apr 23
B Baseball5Win
Washington4
Sat Apr 23
Varsity Tennis1Loss
Downers Grove North HS (IL) @ DGS 16 TEAM4More
Sat Apr 23
Varsity Baseball10Win
Washington4
Sat Apr 23
C Baseball12Win
Washington2
Sat Apr 23
Varsity Tennis4Win
Homewood-Flossmoor HS (IL) @ DGS 16 TEAM1More
Sat Apr 23
Varsity Tennis2Loss
Rolling Meadows HS (IL) @ DGS 16 TEAM3More
Fri Apr 22
C Baseball5Win
Webster Groves4
Thu Apr 21
C Baseball8Win
John Burroughs3
Wed Apr 20
JV TennisCanc.
Alton HSMore
Wed Apr 20
Varsity TennisCanc.
Alton HSMore
Tue Apr 19
C Baseball15Win
Hillsboro2

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