Athletics registration for the 2018-19 school year will go live in July. Please check the "Athletics Registration" page for more information. All athletes must submit an updated physical form to be eligible to tryout for a Carondelet team. We will be using the admissions physical form for all 9th grade athletes.
• Jayne Appel Marinelli '06
• Natalie Coughlin Hall '00
• Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak '95
• 1996 Cross Country Team
Inducted April 28, 2018
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Below is a list of students that have been selected for the 2018-19 Carondelet High School spirit teams. Congratulations to the girls that made the varsity and junior varsity rosters for the upcoming school year.
Below is a list of students that have been selected for the 2018-19 Carondelet High School dance teams. Congratulations to the girls that made the varsity and junior varsity rosters for the upcoming school year. If there are any questions regarding the dance program, please contact head dance coach, Suzanne Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Natalie Coughlin Hall is arguably the most decorated athlete to graduate from Carondelet High School. As a 12-time Olympic medalist, Natalie is tied for the most Olympic medals won by a female swimmer in Olympics history. A three-time Olympic gold medalist, Natalie accumulated 60 medals in her 13-year international swimming career.
One could argue that Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak was a soccer prodigy. Tiffany's had tremendous success at all levels during her soccer career, both as a player and now as a coach. During her playing days, Tiffany was considered as one of the top soccer players in the country, which was highlighted by her selection to the United States Women's National Team at the age of 16.
When selecting the inaugural class of the Carondelet Athletics Hall of Fame, it did not take long to bring up the name Jayne Appel Marinelli '06. A standout player on the basketball court, Jayne played at the highest levels of the sport and continues to excel as a leader in her sport to this day.
Carondelet High School captured its first state title in 1996, when its cross country team was better than the rest in California. The 1996 CIF State Division III Championship marked the first of three state championships for the school and the first of two for the cross country program.
Concord, Calif. (April 12, 2018) –Carondelet High School is proud to announce that five student-athletes have signed commitment letters to play collegiately, beginning with the 2018-19 academic school year. During the NCAA April signing period, Carondelet student-athletes Ariya Chestnut (UC Irvine - track and field), Clare Driscoll (Chapman - tennis), Kiersten Fouts (Fresno State - track and field), Santana Merryfield (CSU, Monterey Bay - soccer) and Keeley Murphy (UC Santa Barbara - track and field) all signed with four-year schools.
Carondelet High School will induct its first-ever hall of fame class next month, recognizing the athletic and professional accomplishments of alumnae who attended the Concord-based girls' school between 1993 and 2006. Carondelet Principal Kevin Cushing and Director of Athletics Caitlin Main '05 today announced the members of the inaugural class:
● Jayne Appel Marinelli '06, Basketball
● Natalie Coughlin Hall '00, Swimming
● Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak '95, Soccer
● The 1996 Cross-Country Team
Concord, Calif. (March 7, 2018) – The Carondelet varsity soccer team posted a 2-1 victory over Davis High School on Tuesday, in the opening round of the 2018 Northern California Division I Girls Soccer Regionals.
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.