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Moms Punt, Pass, Kick at Football Camp

It’s not just Eagle student athletes spending the final days of summer tuning up for the impending 2013 athletic season.

On Saturday, Aug. 3, about 30 parents of current students and Eagle Youth players put their game faces on and participated in the CJ Eagle Moms Camp. The morning seminar, hosted in the library and Student Conditioning Center, included a complimentary breakfast and breakout sessions with trainers and members of the coaching staff.

Topics discussed included:

Eagles' Rower Earns Gold Wings

Chaminade Julienne rower Lydia Schmitt earned her gold wings May 2, signing a National Letter of Intent to join the Golden Eagles crew team at the University of Charleston.

Schmitt intends to study nursing at the private, NCAA Division II college in Charleston, W. Va. She will compete in the newly-created Mountain East Conference for the 2013-14 school year as part of the university’s transition out of the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Association.

The 2013 Trek to State

Six different groups or individuals will make appearances in state tournaments and competitions, across both athletic and academic realms, during this half of the school year. Continue reading to learn where our Eagles may soar to next!

Results updated March 21, 2013

TRACK - WOMEN'S STATE CHAMPIONS
                 MEN'S INDIVIDUAL STATE CHAMPION

Who: Men's and women's indoor track team

What: OATCCC Indoor D-II/D-III State Championships

When: March 16

Where: Akron University

Eagles Host US Lacrosse Clinic

This winter, the Eagles Lacrosse program took advantage of an opportunity to give something back to the organization that helped make the sport possible at CJ.

On Feb. 17, Chaminade Julienne hosted the US Lacrosse Level 1 coaches instructional clinic for southern Ohio. Nearly 70 coaches from Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky attended the all day clinic in the Student Conditioning Center (SCC).

CJ Swimmers "Making a Difference"

During the weekend of Feb. 1, WHIO-TV news anchor James Brown profiled the CJ men's and women's swim team in his monthly segment, titled "Making a Difference" on Channel 7.

The story, which can be seem in its entirety below, focuses on what CJ junior James Schwendeman and his Eagles teammates are doing to make a difference in the community.

Read a transcript of WHIO-TV's teaser and watch the full video below.

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