Weissenbach fails to qualify for 2012 Olympic Games

By Michael Aronson Runner Amy Weissenbach ’12 will not be competing in the London Olympic Games later this summer. She qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore. after running a personal record 2:02.04 in the 800-meter event to win the State Championship in 2011. Weissenbach finished fifth out of eight runners in her […]

Fried heads to AZL Padres

By Robbie Loeb Max Fried’s ’12 dream job began today. The seventh pick in the MLB draft departed for Peoria, Ariz. to join the Arizona League Padres, the rookie-level team for the San Diego Padres. The southpaw prospect is not expected to pitch much this summer, as he recovers from the high school baseball season. In […]

Former pitcher named to ESPN All-American team

By Luke Holthouse ESPN selected former Wolverine pitcher Max Fried ’12 to the 2012 High School Baseball All-American team on Thursday, June 21. Fried was named to the second team, grouping him in the top ten of all high school pitchers in the country and in the top three of all left-handed high school pitchers […]

Rose bowl champion Oregon offers Oser scholarship

By Michael Aronson Just two days after Vanderbilt offered him, offensive lineman Thomas Oser ’13 received a scholarship offer from Oregon June 20, his seventh offer thus far and fourth from the Pac-12. Colorado, New Mexico State, Oregon, San Diego State, Utah, Vanderbilt and Washington State have now all tendered offers to the 6-foot-5 lineman. […]

Lineman receives offer from Vanderbilt

By Michael Aronson Center Thomas Oser ’13 received an offer this past weekend to play football at Vanderbilt, the program that quarterback Chad Kanoff ’13 committed to in May. The Commodores’ offer is Oser’s first from the Southeastern Conference. The 6-foot-5, 285-pound lineman has already drawn offers from Colorado, Washington State, San Diego State and […]

Chapus finishes 9th in Junior Championship 1500-meter final

By Michael Aronson Coming off a victory in the mile event at the Adidas Grand Prix track meet in New York earlier this June, Cami Chapus ’12 finished 9th in the 1500-meter race Sunday at the US Junior National Championships in Bloomington, IN with a time of 4:32.92. Chapus finished 4th out of 23 runners […]

Padres ink No. 7 pick Fried

By Robbie Loeb Left-handed pitcher Max Fried ’12 agreed to terms with the San Diego Padres Friday for a deal worth $3 million, the MLB’s assigned slot value for the 7th overall pick. The 6-foot-4 southpaw was the first high school pitcher taken in this year’s First-Year Player Draft. The former UCLA commit will head […]

Former El Camino Real Athletic Director switches to Harvard-Westlake for same position

By Luke Holthouse Vince Orlando, former Athletic Director at El Camino Real, officially joined Harvard-Westlake today as the third Athletic Director. He will join current Athletic Directors Darlene Bible and Terry Eledge and replace Terry Barnum, who was promoted from Athletic Director to Head of Athletics in April. Barnum replaced former Head of Athletics Audrius […]

Chapus repeats, Weissenbach places at Adidas Grand Prix

By Luke Holthouse In the nationally televised Adidas Grand Prix track meet in New York Saturday, star runners Cami Chapus ’12 and Amy Weissenbach ’12 both finished in the top 10 in their respective races. Chapus finished in first place in the mile with a time of 4:39.64 while Weissenbach finished eighth in the 800 […]

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