The fall sports season is slated to begin with tryouts for cross country, golf, tennis, volleyball and water polo on Monday, August 14. The full Fall Sports Tryout Schedule is listed below. If you are interested in trying out for any of the fall sport teams, please contact the appropriate varsity head coach with any questions you have.
Concord, Calif. (July 11, 2017) – Carondelet High School soccer goalkeeper Angelina Anderson '19 will travel to China this summer to complete in the CFA International U-16 Women's Football Tournament, as part of the United States U-17 Women's National Team. Angelina Anderson is one of a pair of goalkeepers on the 20-player roster for the USA squad.
The fall sports season is slated to begin with tryouts for Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Volleyball and Water Polo, starting on Monday, August 14. For the full Fall Sports Tryout Schedule, see the table below. If you are interested in trying out for any of the fall sports teams, please contact the appropriate varsity head coach with any questions.
Concord, Calif. – Carondelet softball players Emma McLaughlin '19 and Sofia Earle '18 were selected to the All-Bay Area News Group High School Softball Team, as announced on Thursday, June 15. Cougars' third baseman Emma McLaughlin (Walnut Creek, Calif.) was a second team selection in the infield, while Sofia Earle (Concord, Calif.) was an honorable mention honoree as a pitcher.
Concord, Calif. (June 5, 2017) – In May, the Carondelet athletic department presented its annual awards. Senior Mikayla Scott (Brentwood, Calif.), from the track and field team, was named the 2016-17 Carondelet Athlete of the Year, Michaela VanderKlugt (Concord, Calif.), from basketball and softball, was the 2017 Senior Athlete of the Year, and Olivia Pereira (Danville, Calif.), from lacrosse, was selected as the Carondelet Scholar Athlete of the Year.
Carondelet Athletic Program
Carondelet’s Athletics program offers a tradition of excellence unmatched by our competitors. We sponsor 27 teams, 13 California Interscholastic Federation sports, and engage approximately 500 female student-athletes each year. With the support of 57 coaches, our programs continue to reach new heights.
Carondelet delivers a unique high school athletics experience because we encourage students to develop athletic abilities consistent with the highest standards of scholarship, leadership, sportsmanship, and Catholic values. In our 50-plus years, we have competed for more than 40 league championships, 53 North Coast Section championships, and three state titles. In addition, all of our recognized North Coast Section programs have earned Distinguished Scholastic honors by earning a combined 3.0 GPA or above during their season of sport, proving that our Cougar athletes are as confident in the classroom as they are on the playing field.