Stadium Club 2017-2018 Registration Deadline Approaches

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Stadium Club membership gives Eagle fans an enhanced experience during the football and basketball seasons! Membership includes the following:

  • Two member passes and two guest passes for regular season, home football games at Booster Stadium*
  • Two member passes and two guest passes for regular season, basketball games at Uribe Sports Center*
  • One reserved parking space in the Stadium Club area for each regular season, home football game
  • Invitation for four people to Stadium Club tailgate on August 25, 2017
  • Invitation for four adults (21 and over only) to Stadium Club End of Season Party on November 3, 2017
  • A Stadium Club gift (to be distributed at the game on August 25)

*Stadium club passes are for regular season football and girls’ and boys’ basketball games only. All playoff and CIF games are excluded and must be purchased separately.

Annual membership for two members is $500.

To register, please visit this website to submit payment; or download and complete this form, and return it with a check to:

Chaminade College Preparatory
ATTN: Christina Beausang
10210 Oakdale Ave
Chatsworth, CA 91311

The deadline to register is August 18, 2017. Please contact Christina Beausang at (818) 360-0615 for more information.

Chaminade Alumni Enter the NFL

Two Chaminade alumni, Brad Kaaya ’14 and Terrell Newby ’13, moved on from their university careers to the National Football League in 2017. Kaaya was selected in the sixth round of the NFL draft by the Detroit Lions. He is the first Chaminade alumnus to be drafted by an NFL team.  Newby signed as a free agent with the Minnesota Vikings.

After graduating from Chaminade in 2013, Newby attended the University of Nebraska, where he played running back for the Huskers. During his junior and senior seasons, Newby was Nebraska’s leading rusher. He appeared in 52 career games, and received the following honors and awards: Honorable-Mention All-Big Ten (2016), Doak Walker Award Watch List (2016), Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (vs. Southern Miss, 2015), Brook Berringer Citizenship Team (2015), and Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2015).

As a junior at the University of Miami, Kaaya declared for the 2017 draft as an underclassman. He started as quarterback for the Hurricanes for three straight seasons, and is the university’s all-time leading passer with 9,968 passing yards, 720 completions, and 1,188 attempts. Kaaya earned the Russell Athletic Bowl MVP in a victory over West Virginia during the 2016 season.

Both Newby and Kaaya played football for Chaminade under Head Coach, Ed Croson. In 2012 (Newby’s senior season), the Eagles won its first outright Mission League football championship title since 2006. The following year the Eagles won the 2013 CIF State Division II championship with Kaaya as quarterback. This was the first time in school history Chaminade won a state football championship.

Five Eagles Sign National Letters of Intent

On National Signing Day, five Chaminade College Preparatory student athletes signed a National Letter of Intent. Four of the seniors play football, and one plays soccer.

  • Kyle Bilchik – University of San Diego
  • Jackson Parks – San Jose State University
  • Jahlil Pinkett – Northern Arizona University
  • Isaiah Richardson – San Diego State University
  • Lily Nabet – Duke University

Eagles Defeat Knights

Chaminade C -on white- Eagles V2Chaminade football has another  victory under its belt after a 31-14 home win over Notre Dame.  The win puts the Eagles in second place in the Mission League, and improves their overall season record to 6-2.

Next Friday October 28, Chaminade travels to La Puente to face Bishop Amat. Kick-off is at 7:00 p.m.

Mission League Win for Chaminade Over Alemany

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One week after a decisive Homecoming victory, Chaminade football faced Alemany in an away game. The Eagles came away from their Mission League match-up with a 28-14 win.

Chaminade is now 5-2 overall, and 2-1 in their league. The Eagles return home for a game against Notre Dame. Kick-off is at 7:00 p.m., at Booster Stadium on the West Hills campus.