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New Men's and Women's Golf Head Coaches Announced

New head coaches are bringing their expertise to the men's and women's Eagle golf teams.

Larry Herrmann, the head golf professional at the Miami Valley Golf Club, has been named the men's golf head coach. Herrmann, who has been with the Miami Valley Golf Club for three years and a PGA professional for 36 years, said his knowledge of the course and the sport will be assets to the team.

"The boys have already been practicing," Herrmann noted. "I'm teaching them while they're practicing and that's a big plus for them.

2017 Spring Sports Season In Review

The spring sports season was thrilling for the Chaminade Julienne community as not only several athletes and coaches received post-season awards, but two groups represented CJ in the state tournament.

Baseball
Record 23-5
CJ baseball had its most successful season in over 40 years and finished as runner-ups in the Division II State Tournament. The team was 11-1 in the GCL and were league champs. The team defeated GCL rivals Alter, Carroll, and Fenwick, and defeated Badin three times.

Eagles Earn Trip to State Baseball Tournament

Update (6/3/17) - CJ lost in the state championship game, 4-0. Congratulations on a great season, Eagles!


"It's a dream come true."

Head baseball coach Mike Barhorst '85 spoke for the entire team after the Eagles clinched a spot in the state semi-finals. The baseball team won their regional final game on Saturday, May 27.

"It's been a tremendous season," Barhorst said.

This is the first time the Eagles have been in the state baseball championship in more than 40 years. The team last won state in 1970 and their last trip to state was in 1975.

Watkins Commits to Heidelberg University

P'Hariz Watkins '17 became the second senior on the men's basketball team to say "yes" to continuing playing in college when he committed to Heidelberg University earlier this month.

CJ men's head basketball coach Joe Staley '72 noted that Watkins holds the all-time record for charges taken in Eagles history.

"It's one of the hallmarks of a tough kid," Staley said. "A lot of kids are afraid to take it. He took more charges and had more charges called than anyone we've ever had, so that's pretty cool."

Montague Signs with Walsh University

On Friday, May 12, Christian Montague '17 confirmed his passion for basketball by signing to play the sport at Walsh University.

"I'm ready to play," Montague emphasized.

The leadership and talent of Montague is something head men's basketball coach, Joe Staley '72, will miss the most about the senior.

"I'm very proud and sad he's leaving," Staley said.

Stamper Signs with Ursuline College

A second member of the women's lacrosse team will continue to play the sport in college. Lydia Stamper '17 committed to Ursuline College on Wednesday, April 12.

"Ursuline is a pretty small college," Stamper noted. "When visiting Ursuline for the first time, I got the impression that they were a close knit community just like CJ. The people at Ursuline were very welcoming and reminded me of how welcomed I felt at CJ."

Women's lacrosse head coach Danielle Cash shared her confidence for Stamper's success in college.

Freeman-Parks Signs With West Virginia Wesleyan University

The Eagles football team will be losing ten seniors at the end of the school year, including Jacquel Freeman-Parks. “Shaq,” as he’s affectionately known, will continue to showcase his talent when he plays for the West Virginia Wesleyan Bobcats beginning in the fall.

Freeman-Parks signed with the team on Thursday, March 30. He received a scholarship to play at the Division II school. He said he plans to study sports management.

“The school has better competition,” Freeman-Parks said. “The football coaches reminded me of CJ because of the way they interacted with me.”

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