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Men's Basketball Advances To State

Update: The Eagles end their season as State Semi-Finalists after a close run with LCC: 55-50. Thank you TEAM for an exciting season.

Road to State

This is the Eagle's first appearance in Columbus and run at the State title since 2004.The team, which ended the regular season 16-6, has been on an eight-game winning streak since February 13. The last team the Eagles lost to was Lima Central Catholic, which happens to be the team the Eagles will face on Thursday, March 26.

Four Qualify for State Competition

Senior Erin Staley had one dream in mind when this year's swimming season began.

"We're going to state."

And now, that dream is a reality.

Staley '15, a captain on the team, along with team members Macleary Moran '18, Gerogia Albino '15 and Abby Arestides '17, have qualified for the swimming state championships taking place this week.

Moran will be participating in four events including the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle. Staley will also be competing in the 500 freestyle. All four women will race together in the 200 freestyle relay and 400 freestyle relay.

CJ Athletic Hall of Fame

Chaminade Julienne is pleased to welcome seven new members into the CJ Athletic Hall of Fame. The inductees who comprise the Class of 2014 will be recognized during halftime of the 3 p.m. home men’s varsity basketball game against Carroll on Jan. 31.

Swimmers Splash Through Records!

During the Coaches Classic Meet at Dayton Raiders Aquatic Center on Janurary 17-18, multiple school records were broken.

Macleary Moran '18 broke three school records when she swam the 200 Freestyle, 100 Freestyle, and 500 Freestyle. In the 200 Free she swam 2:00.81, breaking Erin Staley’s '13-'14 record of 2:04.27. In the 100 Free she swam 0:56.31, breaking Claire Meyers’ '13-'14 record of 0:57.86. In the 500 Free she swam 5:21.38, breaking Erin Mullins’ '03-'04 record of 5:27.03.

Coach Addresses AFCA Colleagues

Head varsity football coach Marcus Colvin has been invited to present at the 2015 American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Convention.

Colvin will address a group of his high school football coaching peers at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville the morning of Monday, Jan. 12. His presentation is titled, "The All-Around Athlete."

"My focus is going to be on the coaching mission of guiding our young men to be excellent competitors without forgetting to help mentor them to success in life," Colvin said. He's been a member of the AFCA for two years.

PHOTOS: Winter Baseball Camp a Hit!

Score it a hit! CJ's Winter Baseball Camp was more like a grandslam homerun for 40 area elementary students this past Christmas break.

Baseball campers in grades 5-8 spent two days (Dec. 22-23) in the Student Conditioning Center, CJ's indoor athletic training facility, improving their hitting, fielding and throwing skills with members of the Eagles varsity baseball program. Sessions ran each day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Eagles Coxswain signs with Cardinals

Early this December, Margaret Geraghty became the 18th CJ student-athlete to sign with a college rowing program since 2006 when she inked her letter of intent to row for the University of Louisville.

The coxswain intends to study exercise science and will receive partial athletic grants and academic scholarships at the U of L. The Cardinal's NCAA Division I women’s rowing program, ranked No. 18 in last May's CRCA/US Rowing Coaches poll, competes in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).

Student Athlete Signings this November

Beth Stumpf became the first CJ student-athlete of the 2014-15 school year to sign a National Letter of Intent after agreeing to join the volleyball program at Slippery Rock University (Pa.) during the early signing period on Nov. 14.

The outside hitter intends to study education at Slippery Rock, located about 40 miles east of Youngstown, Ohio, where she will receive partial athletic grants. The school's NCAA Division II volleyball program competes in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC).

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