Collins ’97 attends State of the Union

Jason Collins ’97 attended the State of the Union Address as a guest of first lady Michelle Obama Jan. 28. The first lady has, in recent years, invited guests relevant to policy issues emphasized in the annual speech. Collins, who last year became the first active male athlete in a major American sport to come […]

NBA executives discuss sports analytics with students and faculty

Co-owner of the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies Steve Kaplan (P Madeline ’14 Leo ’16) and Grizzlies’ Vice President of Basketball Operations John Hollinger spoke to a group of students and faculty in Ahmanson Lecture Hall Friday about their development and use of sports analytics in managing the NBA franchise. Sports analytics utilize and manipulate statistical data to […]

Alumnus hired to be ESPN anchor

ESPN hired a former Chronicle Sports Editor this past summer to be an anchor for the network. Doug Kezirian ’95 played water polo at Harvard-Westlake and Brown University before moving to Las Vegas to be a TV sports anchor and director for the local Channel 13 news. Shortly after Kezirian’s June 28 final appearance, the […]

Junior quarterback commits to Vanderbilt

By Robbie Loeb Chad Kanoff ’13 verbally committed to Vanderbilt on Monday, positioning himself between the crosshairs of the 300-pound SEC defenders that notoriously punish opposing quarterbacks. “I’m ready to beat 300-pound linemen from LSU,” the 6-foot-4 200-pound Kanoff said. “It means a lot [to go to the SEC]. It’s the best conference in the […]

Chapus Wins National Mile Race with a Personal Record

By Michael Aronson Cami Chapus ’12 won the high school girls’ Adidas Dream Mile race with a time of 4:42.71 setting her own personal record which edged out the second place finisher by .19 of a second in Randall’s Island, New York on June 11. Chapus, who was the top ranked runner in the race […]

Scene Monkeys cast list announced

By Austin Block Football season came to an end Friday night when the  Wolverines lost their second round CIF playoff game against powerhouse Oaks Christian at Ted Slavin Field 45-10. The Lions took a 31-3 lead into halftime, and the home team’s lone touchdown didn’t come until near the end of the fourth quarter, when […]

Boys' tennis defeats Crossroads

By Ben Goldstein The boys’ varsity tennis team defeated Crossroads at home Thursday afternoon 11-7. The squad has started off this season on a three game win streak, beating Brentwood and San Marino earlier this week. The Wolverines face Crespi on the road Tuesday in their first Mission League match of the season. Singles player […]