On the Sidelines: Can Someone Call A Notary?

athletics message logoThe following Mater Dei student-athletes from the Class of 2014 have made commitments to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level:

Charlie Vorsheck / University of Notre Dame

Basketball (Boys)
Stanley Johnson / University of Arizona

Basketball (Girls)
Khalia Lark / California State University, Fresno
Amy Ogren / Point Loma Nazarene University

Golf (Girls)
Jamie Harada / Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

Lacrosse (Girls)
Stephanie Bayer / Regis University
Eliana Galindo / California State University, Fresno
Kenley Harrington / Regis University

Nychole Antillon / Iowa State University
Alex Formby / University of Virginia
Andie Formby / University of Virginia

Volleyball (Girls)
Samantha Krakower / San Francisco State University
Jaden Pickell / United States Military Academy at West Point
Frankie Shebby / University of Oregon

Water Polo (Girls)
Sydney Blubaugh / University of Southern California
Brianna Daboub / University of Southern California
Courtney Jarvis / San Diego State University

Preseason #1’s

Lofty expectations have certainly become the norm for both the Mater Dei boys’ and girls’ basketball teams.  But this year, the bar can’t get much higher, at least in the early going.  Both teams sit atop the Cal-Hi Sports preseason state rankings as they set out on their respective journeys that, hopefully, will lead to long postseason runs in both the CIF-SS and CIF-State playoffs.  To be continued…

Philip Bellomo, Director of Athletics


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