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LINCROFT: CBA NAMES 2016 HALL OF FAMERS

nick-labroccaChicago Fire midfielder Nick LaBrocca is among the standout alumni of Christian Brothers Academy to be inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame this year.

Press release from Christian Brothers Academy

Christian Brothers Academy and the CBA Alumni Association have announced this year’s individual and team inductees to the CBA Hall of Fame. The five standout individual honorees and two school sports teams will be formally recognized at this year’s Hall of Fame Gala on Saturday, November 19, to be hosted at Doolan’s Shore Club in Spring Lake.

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LINCROFT: CBA COLTS SIGN UP FOR DIVISION I

CBA Colts signing dayChristian Brothers Academy seniors Aidan Conaghan (St. Bonaventure Soccer), Jonathan Dooling (George Washington Cross Country), Blaise Ferro (Northern Arizona Cross Country), Will Lutkewitte (Cornell Track & Field), Josh Martinez (Manhattan Track & Field) and Nick Trigani (Wake Forest Track & Field) signed their National Letters of Intent last week. 

Press release from Christian Brothers Academy

During an April 13 ceremony inside the school’s library, six Christian Brothers Academy student-athletes inked their commitments to the Division I collegiate level. These six Colts join the 15 student-athletes who signed in November, and the three who signed in February, bringing CBA’s future Division I athlete count to an impressive 24 students.

Even more impressively, eight athletes from the CBA Cross Country and Track & Field programs have signed with Division I colleges since then. Seniors Brian Dengler (Bucknell), Paul Knepple (Richmond) and Mike Zupko (Princeton) signed their letters in November.

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LINCROFT: SIGNING DAY FOR CBA SENIORS

Press release from Christian Brothers Academy

Fifteen senior student-athletes at Christian Brothers Academy — a collection of Colts representing swimming, wrestling, track, cross country, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, and crew — formalized their commitments to continue their educations and athletic careers at colleges and universities across the country, in a ceremony held last week in the Academy library.

“On behalf of CBA, I would like to express just how proud we all are of our exceptional student-athletes here today,” said Vito Chiaravalloti, athletic director. “What’s most impressive is not that they are talented enough to continue their athletic careers, rather that they have placed a priority on their studies, giving themselves the opportunity to attend some of the best colleges in the nation.  These young men truly embody what it means to be a student-athlete.”

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