SM Athletics


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 Rams Records

 Team 

Season

League

Overall

Golf,Women's

Fall

6-3 6-3

Volleyball (TCAL Champions)

Fall

8-2 17-15

Football (TCAL Champions)

Fall

5-0 12-2

Men's Soccer

Fall

0-9-2 0-12-2

Women's Tennis (TCAL Champions)

Fall

10-1 18-2

Waterpolo, Men's (TCAL Champions)

Fall

10-0 20-4

Waterpolo, Women's (TCAL Champions)

Fall

8-2 12-12

Cross-Country, Men's

Fall

  1-1

Cross-Country, Women's

Fall

  1-1

Basketball, Women's

Winter

  5-0

Basketball, Men's

Winter

  7-2

Wrestling

Winter

   

Golf, Men's

Spring

   

Tennis, Men's

Spring

   

Badminton, Men's

Spring

   

Badminton,  Women's

Spring

   

Swimming, Women's 

Spring

   

Swimming Men's 

Spring

   

Track & Field, Men's

Spring

   

Track & Field Women's

Spring

   

Softball 

Spring

   

Baseball

Spring

   

Women's Soccer

Spring

   

Lacrosse

Spring

   

 

News

 

Women's Basketball: St. Mary's 68, Long Beach Poly 57

 

Taking on the No. 6 team in the nation, the Rams put on an offensive and defensive display in the Smith Division, beating the Southern California power 68-57 behind 21 points from junior guard Mi'Cole Cayton.. St. Mary's that took a nine-point lead into halftime and secured the lead into the fourth quarter. St. Mary's now gets a shot at  Blackman (Murfreesboro, Tennessee) on December 20th in the semifinals. Record:5-0.

 

In other TOC news, Mi'Cole Cayton was named a "Top Shot" for Day 2 by ESPNW, describing her as " a 5-8 shooting guard for St. Mary's, contributed way more than 21 points in the 68-57 win over Long Beach Poly. The electrifying junior seems to have knack for finding the rim and brings a ton of swagger to the court. With that confidence, Cayton also displayed range at the arc and a consistent dribble-drive attack. She handled pressure, attacked the rim and knocked down her shots.

 

ESPNW ranks St. Mary's No.6 in the USA while MaxPreps ranks them as No. 10. Blackman is ranked No. 1 by ESPNW and No. 8 by MaxPreps.

 

Aquira DeCosta Featured in ESPNW Article

ESPN Article

 

Aquira DeCosta is a threat to dunk -- even in her sleep.

 

The 6-foot-2 freshman at St. Mary's (Stockton, California) is just 14 years old. But she already can dunk a volleyball and has bet her teammates she will slam a basketball by the end of the season.

"In my dreams," DeCosta said, "I'm always dunking -- one-handed ... on a fast break."

 

Sometimes, in the middle of the night, her dreams come to life.

 

"One night, my wife [Charmaine] heard a noise, and it was Aquira slamming the top of the curtain," said her father, Randy DeCosta. "She was sleepwalking and saying: 'I got it! I got it!'

 

"My wife called her name, and she snapped out of it."

 

There have been other times when a still-asleep DeCosta has sprung up in bed and practiced her shooting motion.

 

On game days, DeCosta has been known to get up at 4 a.m., so excited for that night's tipoff ... even if it is still 15 hours away.

 

"She's passionate about the game," Randy DeCosta said of his daughter, who turns 15 on Jan. 31. "She's been saying since the sixth grade that she will be in the WNBA one day."

 

Randy said Aquira's basketball ability is natural and God-given.

 

How else to explain Aquira's height when her father is just 5-7, her mother is 5-2 and no one else in the family can match the talented teen's stature?

 

How else to explain how Aquira has grown so quickly despite being born three months premature, weighing just 4 pounds? How else to explain how Aquira, the fourth of five children, is the only athlete in the family and the only left-hander? How else to explain how Aquira boarded a plane for Hawaii last week -- the first time she's been away from her parents -- and had 18 points and 12 rebounds (playing about a half) in her high school debut? "We've told her," Randy said, "that, God willing, there will be a lot of these types of trips for her in the future."

 

How good is DeCosta?

 

St. Mary's coach Tom Gonsalves said he believes he has 10 Division I players on his stacked team, which is ranked seventh in the espnW Power 25. Yet, even with all that talent, he considers DeCosta to be the best.

 

"She's an amazing athlete -- I don't think she's lost a jump ball in her life," he said of her leaping ability. "She's got a long way to go, but she's going to be ridiculously good, and I can say that confidently because of her work ethic."

 

DeCosta will play center this week when St. Mary's hits the court at the prestigious Nike Tournament of Champions in Phoenix. But Gonsalves predicts she will play small forward in college ... and she could even play shooting guard or the point.

 

More work is still required, however.

 

"She has outstanding moves in the post -- freakish," Gonsalves said. "She's also a really skilled ball handler. Her outside shooting is not where I want it to be yet. I don't want to put her on the perimeter until she does more drills out there."

 

Gonsalves said DeCosta's shot is inconsistent because her fundamentals are a bit off. Her right hand, which guides the ball, is not where he wants it, and he believes that causes the rotation on her shot to be a bit flat.

 

If DeCosta has a good season shooting the ball, he will leave her shot alone. If not, he plans to work with her in the offseason to perfect her form.

 

DeCosta said she is willing to do whatever it takes. "My mind is set," she said. "I want to be a pro one day."

 

Gonsalves makes it clear how he feels about DeCosta's potential when he compares her to two of his former players: Chelsea Gray, who went to Duke and was the 11th pick in the 2014 WNBA draft; and Jacki Gemelos, who is now playing pro ball in Italy despite having had five ACL surgeries while at Southern California. "Jacki averaged 39 points a game for me as a senior," Gonsalves said. "She was probably the best high school player I've ever seen, and Chelsea was also a No. 1-type recruit. "I probably shouldn't say this, but I think Aquira can surpass both of them."

 

Outside of basketball, DeCosta -- who dominated in the 100- and 200-meter dashes in middle school -- is a "happy girl," her parents said, and she does well in the classroom.

 

Bad grades are "not tolerated" in the DeCosta household. If Aquira gets anything lower than an A or B -- which has yet to happen -- she gets put on "restriction," losing phone and other privileges.

 

Her athletic ability caught the eye of Ruthie Bolton, a former guard who won Olympic gold medals with Team USA in 1996 and 2000 and also played eight years in the WNBA. Bolton, who now serves as a trainer and AAU coach in Northern California, started working with DeCosta 18 months ago. "She's way ahead of where I was at that same age," said Bolton, who runs Aim High Training with Lineni Noa. "They wouldn't have even let me in the gym compared to her talent."

 

Bolton said DeCosta is a versatile player, capable of excelling anywhere on the court. "I think she is the best player in [the] Sacramento [area] -- including the seniors," Bolton said. "She's a good slasher who can use either hand to finish at the rim. She can block a shot, grab the rebound and go coast to coast. "Just get out of her way -- she doesn't need an outlet."

 

Men’s Basketball: St. Mary’s 73, Acalanes 65

 

Playing in Lafayette, the Rams dropped in 12 3-pointers in beating their hosts Acalenes 73-56. The best was a 3/4 court shot at the end of the first quarter by Aaron Masuda that dropped into the basket as the quarter concluded.

 

The Rams led 25-18 after Masuda’s shot and never trailed the rest of the way. Alex Smith led St. Mary’s with 19 points, Lance Coleman II had 18 and Jacob Aruta had 11.

 

RamStats: 25 16 14 18 — 73. Masuda 2 0-0 5, Williams 2 0-0 6, Smith 7 0-1 19, Tatum 0 2-2 2, Madill 2 0-2 6, Coleman II 7 0-0 18, Magsayo 1 0-0 2, Aruta 5 1-1 11.  3-point goals: 12 (Smith 5, Coleman 2, Madill 2, W#illiams 2, Masuda). Fouls: 16, Record:7-2.

 

 

 

SM Internet  and  RadioSports Broadcasts

 

Broadcast sports program for 2014-15

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsorships are available.

 

For more Information contact

 Paul Scheet

957-3340 ext. 114

 

e-mail

Football  playoffs, a basketball game of the week plus playoffs available on live streaming video at NFHSNetwork.com 

  • These games are available on a subscription basis only with a variety of plans available

  • The money from these subscriptions is split 50/50 with the NFHSNetwork and SMHS Athletics

Paul Scheet provides the play-by-play and Bill Scott handles the color analysis for football.

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College Commitments

2014-2015 Signed Commitments

 

Ripken Reyes

UC Berkeley- Baseball

 

Carlissa Shipp

CSU Stanislaus- Basketball

 

Alycia Daniel

Cal Baptist - Cheerleading,

 

Cutler Salmon

Cal Poly - Football

 

Events & Notices

 

The dance team will be performing during half time at the UOP Men's Basketball game on Sunday, December 14th.  The Pacific Tigers take on the Western Michigan Broncos.  The game starts at 5:00 p.m.

 

UOP is giving SM fans a great discount on tickets for this game.

The PROMO code is: "STM" good only for the 12/14 game.

The price is $10 for lower reserved seating, starting with section Q.

Come out and support the Dance Team and cheer on the UOP Mens basketball team!

Tickets at: www.pacifictigers.com

 

 

 


From left to right: Mike Williams, Jennifer Canevari Agresti, Glenn Griffen, John Zidich, Mike Clark, Frank Linford and Gary Mancebo for Jocelyn Mancebo

 

 

Participating Teams

Christian Brothers H.S.

McClatchy H.S.

LaJolla Country Day

Vanden H.S.

Enterprise H.S.

Sierra Canyon H.S.

Bishop O'Dowd

SM Berkeley

Clovis West

Vista Murietta

Pinewood H.S.

Troy High School

Sacred Heart

Narbonne H.S.

St. Ignatius H.S.

Lynwood High School

Reno High School

Sacramento High

Mater Dei H.S.

Miramonte High School

Archbishop Mitty H.S.

St. Mary’s High School

Lincoln

Bishop Monoque

 

Advanced Sign-up Form

 

 

We are working to create a positive game environment for our student athletes and our student spectators. We would love to see students from every grade level involved in the campus life at St. Mary's and this is one of the best ways that we can offer such an experience. Here's what every member of The Machine will receive.

  • Free admission to all home, non-CIF games for ALL sports, all year.

  • Choice of one of three, limited edition Green Machine t-shirts in green, white, or black that can be worn to school on Fridays and, of course, to games.

  • Be eligible to take advantage of give-a ways like free food, free t-shirts, free play-off tickets, even some free play tickets and much more. 

  • Priority seating in our student section - the whole Ram Fam is welcome there!

  • Getting the most out of your high school experience and creating life-long memories. 

You can stay updated on everything Green Machine by following us on Twitter, Instagram, and Vine @SMGreenMachine. We post game updates and pictures to showcase the Rams and their fans. 

 

 

The cost for the Green Machine is $30 but it will save you lots of money over the course of the year. The more you get involved, the more you save.  If you attend only 4 football games and 2 volleyball games in the fall you will already have participated in more than $30 in SMHS activities.

 

You can sign up in the Athletics Office at any time but the sooner the better so we can make our shirt order. If you have any questions, you can contact me,  Sarah Buhr, the Green Machine Moderator,  via email at sbuhr@saintmaryshighschool.org.  

 

SchoolPoP Program Helps Support St. Mary's

 

Schoolpop’s name-brand online merchants contribute up to 20% of every purchase you make to Saint Mary's High School. Use the link to begin supporting the school.

 

Scrip Form

 

A on-line fill-out/print-out form is available :: Click Here ::  Use this as a convenient way to order scrip to get credit for your annual family athletic fee.

 

Maps To Sac Joaquin Schools

 

CIF Sac Joaquin Section maintains maps and directions to all member schools. For Maps :: Click Here ::

 

Post High School Competition

 

NCAA Statistics on Probability of Post High School Competition  :: Click Here ::

 

NCAA Registration Requirements

All athletes who wish to participate in college at the NCAA Division I or II level must register with the NCAA Initial Eligibility Clearing house by the completion of their junior year of high school. To register :: Click Here ::

 

 

Parents

 

Parent Code of Conduct

 

Saint Mary’s High School parents are expected to:

  • Let the coaches coach.

  • Consistently exhibit good character and conduct yourself as a positive role model.

  • Support the program.

  • Encourage communication between your student athlete and the coach.

  • Be loyal to the school and team; put the interests of the team above your child’s personal glory.

  • Teach your child to live and play with class and be a good sport.

  • Treat game officials with respect.

  • Support the concept of “being a student first.”

  • Be honest with your child about the likelihood of getting an athletic scholarship or playing on a professional level.

  • Remember that participation in sports is a privilege, not a right.

  • Teach your child to avoid temptations to gain competitive advantage through improper gamesmanship techniques that violate the highest traditions of sportsmanship.

  • Abide by and support the parent/student handbook.

 The rules, policies and procedures set forth in the Saint Mary's High School parent/student handbook will be upheld and enforced by the Athletic department and all members of the coaching staff

 

General Information

 

The Student Handbook contains information, policies and regulations related to Athletic affairs at St. Mary's and can be accessed  with this :: Link: ::

 

Overview

 

Philosophy

 

Saint Mary’s High School administration, athletic director and coaches believe that students who are selected for the privilege of membership on teams should conduct themselves as responsible representatives of the school. In order to assure the integrity of the athletic code of conduct, the athletic director and coaches will enforce this Code of Conduct. Furthermore, matters which are brought to the attention of the Dean of Students concerning members of teams who fail to abide by the Athletic Code of Conduct, are subject to disciplinary action by the office of the deans. Members of teams must always serve as exemplars of high moral character and must demonstrate appropriate academic commitment. As recognized representatives of Saint Mary’s High School, team members are expected to exhibit appropriate behavior whether in season or out of season, in uniform or out of uniform, on campus or off campus.

 

The interscholastic program is an integral part of Saint Mary’s High School. It holds many educational benefits for those students who elect to participate. The self-discipline required of the students participating in interscholastic competition provides a unique training opportunity not ordinarily available elsewhere in the curriculum.

 

Athletic’s Program

 

All interscholastic activities of the school’s athletic department will maintain the ideals and standards that are the policy of the school administration, the San Joaquin Athletic Association (SJAA), the San Joaquin Section (SJS), and the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). Saint Mary’s High School’s athletic department strives to create an environment that promotes competitiveness, spirituality,teamwork and self-discipline. We are committed to building character, developing responsibility, and promoting sportsmanship which will become life-long traits.

 

Fans/Sportsmanship/Athletes Conduct At Games

 

C.I.F. Pursuing Victory with Honor Athletes' Code of Conduct

 

Saint Mary’s High School athletes are expected to:

  • Do what is right even when it is unpopular.

  • Fulfill commitments to the team and school.

  • Be loyal to your school and team by putting the team above personal glory.

  • Treat all people inside and outside of school with respect.

  • Be gracious in victory and accept defeat with dignity.

  • Be respectful; do not engage in disrespectful conduct of any sort including profanity, obscene gestures, offensive remarks of a sexual nature, trash talking, taunting, boastful celebrations, or other actions that demean individuals or the sport.

  • Treat game officials, opponents and coaches with respect.

  • Be a student first, knowing that the primary responsibility of a student-athlete is academic achievement.

  • Remember that participation in sports is a privilege, not a right.

  • Consistently exhibit good character and conduct yourself as a positive role model on and off the field.

  • Be a positive role model; do not use any illegal or unhealthy substances, alcohol, tobacco, drugs, or performance-enhancing drugs.

  • Exercise self-control. Do not fight or show excessive displays of anger or frustration.

  • Honor, observe and enforce the spirit and the letter of rules and regulations.

  • Maintain academic eligibility.

  • Be at school for a minimum of one-half day in order to participate in any extra-curricular activity.

  • Abide by and support the parent/student handbook.

 

St. Mary’s Spectator Code of Conduct

  • Treat all participants with respect.

  • Discourage any dishonest or unsportsmanlike conduct

  • Be gracious in victory and accept defeat with dignity.

  • Not engage in disrespectful conduct including profanity, obscene gestures, and offensive remarks of a sexual nature, trash talking, taunting, boastful celebrations or other actions that demean individuals or the sport.

  • Treat game officials with respect.

  • Let the coaches coach.

  • Display respect for all other spectators.

  • Exercise self-control.

  • Listen to and obey the requests of the public address announcer and all security personnel in attendance.

  • Be at school at least one-half day in order to attend any extra-curricular event.


A prerequisite of good sportsmanship requires one to understand their own bias or prejudice and to have the ability to recognize that rational behavior is more important than the desire to win. A proper perspective must be maintained if the potential educational values of athletic competition are to be realized. Good sportsmanship is concerned with the behavior of all involved in the game.

 

Informed Consent/Assumption of Risk

 

Parents and students need to be aware of the potential dangers of participation in interscholastic athletics since there is a risk of being injured in any sport. The risk of injury may be severe, including varieties of fractures, sprains, contusions, brain injuries, paralysis, or even death. Risk of injury may be somewhat reduced through parent insistence upon student-athletes following carefully all of the guidelines given by the coaching staff and school regarding training rules, safety procedures, proper use of equipment, legal and safe playing techniques, and any and all other safety procedures.

 

Medical Requirements To Participate in Sports

 

a) Each student who participates in any sport must provide evidence of a physical examination by a licensed physician M.D. or D.O. in order to satisfy C.I.F. and SMHS athletic regulations. Physical examinations are valid for one calendar school year and are offered by the school prior to each sports

season in the months of August, October, and January.

 

b) Athletes must have a signed “Authorization to Consent to Treatment” card on file in the athletic office.

 

c) Football Insurance: Medical insurance is required for competition in interscholastic football. This requirement may be satisfied through policies held by the student-athlete that do not exclude interscholastic football, or by the purchase of insurance, through St. Mary's, that specifically covers

interscholastic football.

 

d) After an injury which requires medical attention, a release in writing must be obtained from a doctor before a player may resume participation. This is for the protection of the player, coach, and school.

 

Drug, Alcohol, Steroid Prohibition

 

The athletic department fully supports the policy set forth in the parent/student handbook concerning the possession of, selling of and use of drugs/alcohol on the way to or from school, at school, before, during or after a school-sponsored event.

 

In addition to the overall school policy, the athletic department shall dismiss the athlete from the sport in which they are currently participating.

 

The C.I.F. mandates that, “as a condition of membership, all schools shall adopt policies prohibiting the use and abuse of androgenic/anabolic steroids. All member schools shall have all participating students and their parents/caregiver agree that the athlete will not use steroids without the written prescription of a fully licensed physician (as recognized by the American Medical Association) to treat a medical condition.” Saint Mary’s High School affirms and supports this mandate and encourages all families to discuss this

important issue with their student-athlete.

 

Athletic Program Expectations

 

The interscholastic program is an integral part of Saint Mary’s High School. It holds many educational benefits for those students who elect to participate.

 

The self-discipline required of the students participating in interscholastic competition provides a unique training opportunity not ordinarily available elsewhere in the curriculum.

 

All interscholastic activities of the school’s athletic department will maintain the ideals and standards that are the policy of the school administration, the Tri City Athletic League (TCAL), the San Joaquin Section (SJS), and the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF).

 

Saint Mary’s High School’s athletic department strives to create an environment that promotes competitiveness, spirituality, teamwork and self-discipline. We are committed to building character, developing responsibility, and promoting sportsmanship which will become life-long traits.

 

Drug/Alcohol/Steroid Policy

 

The athletic department fully supports the policy set forth in the parent/student handbook concerning the possession of, selling of and use of drugs/alcohol on the way to or from school, at school, before, during or after a school-sponsored event. In addition to the overall school policy, the athletic department shall dismiss the athlete from the sport in which they are currently participating.

 

The C.I.F. mandates that, “as a condition of membership, all schools shall adopt policies prohibiting the use and abuse of androgenic/anabolic steroids. All member schools shall have all participating students and their parents/ caregiver agree that the athlete will not use steroids without the written prescription of a fully licensed physician (as recognized by the American Medical Association) to treat a medical condition.” Saint Mary’s High School affirms and supports this mandate and encourages all families to discuss this important issue with their student-athlete.

 

Please see the Student Handbook for further information, requirements and limitations.

 

St. Mary’s Sports Alumni Currently Playing for 4 Year Universities*

School

Alumnus

Sport

Class

Academy of Arts

Melissa Brum

Volleyball

Sophomore

Academy of Arts Regina Camera Basketball Junior
Alabama Priscilla Duke Ezeji Volleyball Senior
Alderson-Broaddus Bradley Espinoza Lacrosse Junior
California Baptist David Ring Water Polo Senior
Cal Lutheran Logan Sanders Football Sophomore
Cal Lutheran Matt Sommers Football Sophomore
Cal Poly Pomona 

Megan Byrne

Volleyball Sophomore

College of Idaho

Shelby Epps Swimming Freshman

Creighton University

Grace Cabri

Soccer

Sophomore

CSU Bakersfield Cory Mason Track & Field Junior
CSU Cal Poly Alex Michaels Baseball Senior
CSU Chico Chris Magalotti Basketball Senior
CSU Chico Ray Tira Golf Junior
CSU East Bay Adriana Contreras Swimming Sophomore
CSU East Bay Talia Cox Track Freshman
CSU Fresno Katie Castellon Softball Freshman
CSU Fresno Josh Harper Football Senior
CSU Fullerton Elle Moffat Volleyball Senior
CSU Fullerton

Lauren Kissell

Volleyball Junior
CSU Long Beach Alexis Butler Water polo Junior
CSU Monterery Bay Regan Porteous Soccer Junior
CSU Sacramento Chauncey Ceteno Football Senior
CSU Sacramento Justin Cox Football Senior
CSU Sacramento

Jaelin Ratliff

Football Freshman
CSU Sacramento Alexandra Santella Rowing Senior
CSU San Jose Alyssa Montalban Gymnastics Senior
CSU San Marcos Karly Dunnning Soccer Junior
CSU Sonoma State  Tori (Victoria) Case Soccer Junior
CSU Stanislaus Jessica Cervantes Soccer Senior
CSU Stanislaus Randi Hindman Softball) Junior

CSU Stanislaus

Dianna Murillo Soccer Sophomore
CSU Stanislaus Julian O'Dell Soccer Senior

Dakota Wesleyan

Clark Butler Football Freshman
Dominican University Stephanie Pawek Soccer Sophomore
Georgetown

Eric Webber

Baseball Junior
Grambling State Jalen Ward Football Junior
Lewis & Clark Claire Burke Golf Sophomore
Lewis & Clark Lincoln Boyd Football Senior
Northeastern University Gina Bellato Soccer Junior
Notre Dame Belmont Adrian Hollifield Lacrosse Freshman
Notre Dame Belmont Jordan Hunnell Lacrosse Senior
Notre Dame Belmont Brandon Davis Lacrosse Sophomore
Oregon State Ali Gibson Basketball Senior
Pacific University of Oregon Charlie Gaff Baseball Junior
Pacific University of Oregon Moses Villareal Football Senior
St. Andrew’s Xavier Guerrero Lacrosse Junior
Santa Clara Kyle Cortopassi Baseball Sophomore
Simpson University Noel Montes Softball Junior
S. Oregaon University Jessica Hufford Soccer Sophomore

S. Oregon University

Ashleigh Moore Basketball Sophomore
Thomas More College Josie Perrino Soccer Sophomore
U.S. Air Force Academy Joey Carl Football Sophomore
U of Arizona Charise Holloway Basketball Freshman
UC Berkeley Reyes Ripken Baseball Freshman
UC Davis Lauren Paul Soccer Senior
UC Davis Cassandra Quebral Gymnastics Senior
UC Irvine Bo DeLange Water Polo Senior
UC Irvine Tess DeLange Water Polo Junior
UC Merced Mitch Flores Basketball Senior
UC Riverside Carl Nahigian Track & Field Sophomore
UC Santa Barbara Onome Jemerigbe Basketball Sophomore
UC. Santa Barbara Gabe Vincent Basketball Freshman

University of Idaho

Kaleb Parrish Football Freshman
UNLV Taylor Blackmun Volleyball Junior
UNLV Michelle Serra Diving Junior
UN Reno Kodi Dike Football Sophomore
UOP Unique Coleman Basketball Sophomore
UOP Ebony Ezeji Soccer Sophomore
UOP Michael Hager Baseball Junior
UOP Taylor Johnson Baseball Freshman
UOP Kendall Kenyon Basketball Senior
UOP Giovanni Brusa Baseball Junior
UOP Taylor Brink Softball Junior
UOP Christiana Ferrari Tennis Junior
UOP Katherine Goterba Volleyball Freshman
UOP Michael Hager Baseball Senior
UOP Jamie Flores Soccer Junior
UOP Anthony Madrid Golf, Freshman
UOP Grecian Smith Water polo Junior
UOP Ashley Pitcock Waterpolo Senior
UOP Jed Sprague Baseball Freshman
UOP Megan Torre Water polo Junior
UOP JJ Wagner Baseball Junior
University of San Diego Courtney Cranston Rowing Senior
University of San Diego Joe Nomellini Football Junior
University of Tulsa Lauren Delucchi Rowing Junior
University of Virginia Sydney Shelton Volleyball Senior
U.S. Coast Guard Academy Andrea Barrameda Basketball Junior
U.S. Naval Academy Tyler Maroney Water Polo Freshman
Virgina Military Institute Catie Berry Water Polo Freshman
Wagner College Jessica Burge Water Polo Senior
Westmont

Michael Rishwain

Baseball Junior

 Wright State University

Austin McDonnell Swimming Sophomore

*Based on information provided. Please provide any corrections and/or the names, sport, school and year of any alumnus attending a 4 year college or university that is not listed to the Saint Mary’s Athletic Department.  Be sure to include the web address of the alumni player profile.

 

 

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5648 N. El Dorado St.
Stockton, CA 95207