Stadium Club Registration is Open

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Stadium Club membership gives Eagle fans an enhanced experience during football and basketball season! 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 September 2, 2016
  • Invitation for four adults (21 and over) to Stadium Club End of Season Party on November 4, 2016
  • A Stadium Club gift (to be distributed at the game on September 2)

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: Carrin Torres
10210 Oakdale Ave
Chatsworth, CA 91311

The deadline to register is August 29, 2016. Please contact Carrin Torres at (818) 360-0615 for more information.

Chaminade Freshman Wins State Fencing Championship

Chaminade’s fencing team had a great showing at the California State High School Fencing Championships, finishing 2nd overall. Freshman Jacob Lind ‘16 had an amazing day, finishing 8-0 in foil and becoming the California High School Foil Champion! Jacob also fenced in the saber event and finished 2nd, almost becoming a two-weapon state champion. The last Chaminade freshman to win the State Championships was Coach Derek Snyder in 1998. Other notable results came from team co-captain, Matt Carter ‘14, who finished 3rd in men’s epee and 5th in men’s foil. Gabby Najm ’14 finished 3rd and Jessica Fint ’16 finished 5th in women’s foil, and Parker Williams ’16 finished 7th in foil. Congratulations Chaminade fencers and coaches for a great season.

Three Tripleheadder Wins, Three Teams Advance

Chaminade hosted a tripleheader for State playoffs on Wednesday, March 6, 2013, and with three wins, all three Varsity teams advanced to the next round. Games will be played on Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9

Girls’ Soccer State Final vs. Cathedral Catholic
5:00 p.m.
Warren High School
8141 Depalma Street
Downey, CA 90241
Tickets are $12 for adults, $8 for students/children
Live TV coverage on Time Warner Cable Sports channel 700

Girls’ Baksetball 2nd Round SoCal State Playoff Game vs. Santa Barbara High School
6:00 p.m.
Chaminade College Preparatory, West Hills
Uribe Sports Center
Doubleheader tickets are $10 for adults, $6 for students/children

Boys’ Basketball 2nd Round SoCal State Playoff Game vs. Damien High School
7:30 p.m.
Chaminade College Preparatory, West Hills
Uribe Sports Center
Doubleheader tickets are $10 for adults, $6 for students/children

Girls Soccer: Chaminade defeats Aliso Niguel 3-1 to win Southern Section Div. I championship

By Erik Boal, Staff Writer
Posted: March 3, 2013, Daily News, Los Angeles

The team that wouldn’t go away, no matter how many obstacles it faced or how much adversity it was forced to overcome, finally pushed every other program in the Southern Section Div. I girls soccer playoffs aside and stood alone in the center of the Corona High field as champions Friday night.

Maddie Romeo produced the first strike less than 75 seconds into the match, Abbi Williams delivered a clutch header just before halftime and Brittney McKinney provided the finishing touch, lifting Chaminade to its first division title since 2000 and the fifth in program history with a 3-1 victory over defending-champion Aliso Niguel (13-4-6).

The Eagles (20-3-5) ascended from a third-place finish in the Mission League to join rival Flintridge Sacred Heart — the 2011 champion — as the only local programs to capture Div. I girls soccer titles.

“It was just a refuse-to-lose attitude,” said Chaminade coach Mike Evans, who also guided the Eagles to four consecutive championships — two each in Divs. III and IV — from 1997-2000.

“We don’t break easily. We have a senior back line and a lot of the stuff they were throwing forward, we were not going to give up. We weren’t going to be intimidated.”

Chaminade atoned for a 1-0 second-round setback last season to Aliso Niguel, which went on to capture not only the section title, but the Southern California Div. I regional championship, securing honors as the nation’s top-ranked team by ESPN/Rise Magazine.

The Eagles wasted no time asserting themselves in the rematch, with Romeo burying a 15-yard shot in the upper left corner before Aliso Niguel’s defense had a chance to get settled.

After a Chaminade foul in the box resulted in Danica Koos’ penalty kick tying the score in the 26 th minute, Williams shifted the momentum in the Eagles’ favor with six seconds remaining in the first half, redirecting Brittany Solis’ throw-in with a header inside the left post for her fourth postseason goal and the second in as many matches.

“That totally lifted our spirits,” Williams said. “Everyone was so fired up and it gave us so much hope that we could win. We just told each other not to give up and play with a lot of heart, give it everything you’ve got and finish strong, and in the end we won. This is the best feeling in the whole wide world. It’s just incredible to say that we’re champions.”

Nina Coleman, Amanda Shadler, Kelly Hunter and Williams held strong in front of goalkeeper Chinaar Desai throughout the second half, with the absence of Sarah Roberts — attending an ODP tournament — and an ankle injury suffered by Dominique Bond-Flaza limiting Aliso Niguel’s attack.

McKinney punctuated the victory in the 73rd minute when she took advantage of a poor Wolverines’ clearance by gathering a long pass from Coleman and capitalizing on a breakaway opportunity with a 12-yard shot inside the right post for an insurance goal.

“We wanted it so badly for our seniors, especially because some of them lost their parents and we wanted to make them happy,” McKinney said. “We wanted to win it for our school and make them proud by finishing it off. We play the game we love and we do it for the people on our team. We just want to keep playing together in the (regionals)because we’re a family and we don’t want it to end.”

Girls Soccer: Chaminade’s win is just for kicks

By Erik Boal, Staff Writer
Posted: February 27, 2013, Daily News, Los Angeles

After rallying with tying goal late in regulation, Eagles outlast Harvard-Westlake on PKs in Div. I semifinals.

Gabe Carmona might be the best kept secret among local goalkeepers, but the junior found herself in the most pressure-packed situation of Chaminade’s season staring down rival Harvard-Westlake in a shootout Tuesday night.

After Chinaar Desai had come up with several heart-stopping blocks during regulation and overtime to preserve a 1-1 draw following 100 nerve-racking minutes, Eagles coach Mike Evans called on Carmona to make her postseason debut in the Southern Section Div. I girls soccer semifinals.

Carmona responded with three stops, including in the fifth round, which set the stage for Brittney McKinney to direct her penalty kick inside the left post, lifting the Eagles to a 3-2 shootout victory over the third-seeded Wolverines, who were eliminated on penalty kicks for the second year in a row at Slavin Field.

“We felt comfortable going to PKs, because we know Gabe is phenomenal,” McKinney said. “It’s new to me being the closer, but I like the feeling. I recently decided to switch sides and shoot to the left instead of the right, so I’m glad it worked out well.”

Chaminade (19-3-5), which advanced to the Div. I final Friday or Saturday at Warren High or Corona High, will face defending-champion Aliso Niguel — a 3-2 winner over top-seeded Capistrano Valley — in a rematch of last year’s 1-0 second-round setback for the Eagles. Read More