Great California ShakeOut

Today at 9:48 AM Crespi Carmelite is participating in the annual Great California ShakeOut earthquake drill.  All student and school employees will be going over their designated roles and procedures to recreate an actual emergency situation. 
You are only receiving an email regarding this drill at this time, due to the current vetting of emergency notification systems.  When we have selected one in the very near future, you will begin receiving phone blasts from the school.  Until that time, please keep checking emails as well as the school website and as always Crespi Connect and our new Crespi App. 
Thank you. 

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Competitive athletics are an integral part of the overall educational experience in development of Crespi Men. Crespi maintains an athletic program designed to fulfill the needs and desires of all student-athletes during and after their high school experience. Our program includes baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, track & field, tennis, volleyball, water polo, and wrestling. The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) and the Crespi athletic department determine the levels of competition and regulations. Crespi proudly supports the CIF's sportsmanship program: "Character Counts - Pursuing Victory With Honor". Crespi's athletes are expected to abide by the six pillars of character: Caring, Good Citizenship, Fairness, Respect, Responsibility, and Trustworthiness. The athletic department embraces its role in the development of Crespi Men.

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News In Sports

List of 5 news stories.

  • Logan Soelberg '19 named Mission League Player of the Year

    The 2018 Crespi Lacrosse team ended regular season play with a 9-9 record and entered the play offs as the #11 seed, where they fell to Oaks Christian in the 1st round. 
  • Crespi Swim Heads to State Champs

    In case you hadn't heard, Crespi Swimming came home with some serious hardward from the CIF-SS Division I Finals in Riverside over the weekend. Going into the prelims on Thursday, the Celts had 2 top-seeded swimmers in Hayden Liu (200 IM) and Zac Van Zandt (200 Freestyle), as well as multiple other seeds that would put other swimmers into the finals and consolations on Saturday.
  • National Signing Day at Crespi

    Harvard, Columbia and Notre Dame were among the list of universities our student athletes committed on Wed, Feb 7 2018. Across the U.S., high school students celebrated National Signing Day by signing their athletic commitment letters. We are grateful for our coaches and families for all their support. Most of all we are proud of these young men who have worked so hard to achieve their dream and. We know these students will represent Crespi well on their journey as college athletes. We are proud of our Class of 2018 signees! Go Celts!
    Wilhelm Christiansen - Harvard University 
    Julian Escarcega - University of La Verne
    Max Garber - Linfield College 
    Jordan Gonda - Chapman University 
    Chris Love - University of Texas, El Paso (UTEP) 
    Hamish McClure - CSU Sacramento (Sac State) 
    Makai Robinson - University of Chicago 
    Matthew Salerno -University of Notre Dame
    Hayden Liu - Columbia University
    Check out videos and coverage from The Daily News Sports Writer Ethan Hanson here:
  • Introducing New Volleyball Coach: Scott Christopher

    We welcome Scott Christopher who has been playing and coaching volleyball for more than 25 years.  Scott grew up in Pennsylvania and played volleyball as a setter for both California University of Pennsylvania and West Virginia University.  Scott has a tremendous passion for the game of volleyball and a clear vision for mentoring athletes through the sport that he loves.
  • USA Water Polo Announces 2015-16 Academic All-Americans

    USA Water Polo has just announced their outstanding student athletes who excel in both the pool as well as the classroom.  Crespi has no shortage of such students, and congratulates them for their hard work in the classroom. Student-athletes needed a 3.6 GPA on a scale of 4.0 to qualify, those that received a 4.0 GPA were honored as outstanding achievers with an (*).

    *Ronald Ginoti '17
    *Andrew Howe '17
    *Patrick McNamara '17
      Justin Miller '17
    *Maxim Romanovici '17

    Click Here: USA Water Polo Announces 2015-2016 Academic All-Americans

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