Chaminade Julienne senior point guard Krista White put an end to a long college recruiting process Dec. 12 by placing her signature on a National Letter of Intent to join the Golden Flashes of Kent State University.
Three CJ student athletes autographed NCAA National Letters of Intent during the early signing period this November, becoming the first members of the CJ class of 2013 to officially commit to continue their athletic careers in college.
On Nov. 14, Heidi Hess and Grace Kauth agreed to play volleyball at Ohio Dominican University and Cleveland State University respectively. A day later, rower Gretchen Bruggeman signed to join the crew team at the University of Notre Dame.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) has named Chaminade Julienne a winner of two of its prestigious sportsmanship awards for the 2011-12 academic year.
CJ is one of 29 schools selected by the OHSAA Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity (SEI) Committee as a “Respect the Game Challenge” recipient, and is also one of 24 schools to earn the Harold A. Meyer Award. Since the Meyer Award’s inception in 1991-92, CJ has been honored 10 times.
After posting the program’s first state-qualifying team time in nearly 30 years at the regional tournament Oct. 27, members of the men’s cross country team made a memorial stop to pay tribute to a fallen Eagle at his final resting place.
Flanked by their junior varsity and varsity teammates, CJ's sectional and district champion doubles team received a warm send-off to state on Thursday, Oct. 18, before taking third place at the state Division II tournament at Ohio State University.
Playing as one of the No. 1 seeds, senior Brooke Sandridge and freshman Natalie Allen got off to a terrific start on the first day of competition Friday, Oct. 19. The Eagles swiftly defeated their first round opponents from Chardon Notre Dame Cathedral-Latin School 6-1, 6-2.
Chaminade Julienne recognized the 10-year anniversary of the first football state championship in city and school history during the final home game of the season at Northridge High School Stadium.
Members of the 2002 Division II state title team were honored during a ceremony at hafltime of CJ's 23-10 defeat of Carroll October 19, and gathered again on campus for a reunion luncheon Saturday afternoon.
The defending Division II state champs made the traditional "Walk to State" through the halls of CJ Thursday morning, led by the Eagle Pep Band and cheered on by classmates, faculty and staff. The team finished the season as the 2012 state runners-up on Saturday, Oct. 13.
Eagle runners ran into familiar faces at the Mel Brodt High School Invitational hosted September 1 on the campus of Bowling Green State University.
After winding through and around BGSU’s intramural fields, golf course, and football stadium during the race, CJ men’s and women’s teams caught up with recent alumna Nicolette Johnson ’11 (pictured above). The former Eagle, now a Falcon, is currently a thrower for the school’s NCAA Division I track and field team.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Girls' Greater Cincinnati League track trophy will make its home in one of the glass cases lining the hallways of Chaminade Julienne High School. This summer, some Eagles among the class of 2012 (who have been partly responsible for returning the prize to CJ each year since 2009) had the pleasure of marking its base once again with a new placard bearing the name of their alma mater.
Chaminade Julienne men’s and women’s soccer players once again teamed up with Therapy Connections, LLC this summer to host a special kids’ camp for children with disabilities.
On June 8, the Eagles welcomed their “Friday Friends” to the Student Conditioning Center and Blue Green Field for fun lessons in the fundamentals of the game. Players then shared a picnic dinner with campers to cap the evening.