Water polo, golf, and tennis also had strong seasons in the new Pacific Coast Athletic League.
The goal of our athletic program is to inspire and challenge girls of all physical talents and interests to develop confidence, strength, endurance, discipline, and grace — qualities that translate into excellence in the classroom.
Friendships formed on the playing field, the sheer joy of play, and the confidence gained by achieving your personal best are vital experiences that will enrich your life on every level. Santa Catalina's beautiful campus features a full gym with volleyball and basketball courts, six outdoor tennis courts, a running track, athletic field, and competition-sized pool. As a member of the team, you’ll participate in league and regional competition at the varsity and junior varsity levels. Practices are demanding, and coaches require personal commitment from each player.
We build friendships on and off the court that will last a lifetime, and I have Catalina athletics to thank for that. The coaches have taught me lessons not just about sports, but lessons I can apply to life.
The Cougars head into their last regular season game with a record of 9-2.
Cougars get another crack at rival Gilroy on October 19.
The Pacific Coast Athletic League features 33 teams competing in five divisions.
Catalina and UC Irvine water polo standout wins award for service to campus and surrounding community.
The recent graduate is set to play at the University of Rochester next spring.