Spring Sports WCAL Recap

Posted: May 18, 2018

Bellarmine proved its athleticism and depth, bringing home West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) championship titles in golf, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, and volleyball. The performances of 33 Bells earned them positions on WCAL All League teams.

Baseball
Michael Mitchell '18 Pitcher First Team
Connor Henriques '18 Infield First Team
Josh Millerus '18 Pitcher Second Team
Wes Harper '18 Pitcher Second Team
Mason Eng '18 Catcher Second Team
Matt Kao '18 Infield Second Team
Reed Sparling '19 Outfield Second Team
Joe Ammarito '18 Pitcher Honorable Mention
Golf
Justin Polk '18 First Team
Rajvir Bedi '19 Second Team
Jack Steck '20 Second Team
Will Meinhardt '19 Second Team
Tyler Hartland '18 Honorable Mention
Lacrosse
Jack Devine '18 Midfield/FO First Team
Louis Harvey '19 Goalie First Team
Dante Bravo '18 Defender First Team
Dominic Bravo '21 Defender/LSM Second Team
Lawton Corrigan '20 Attack Second Team
Jacob Michael '18 Defender Second Team
Owen Bennett '19 Attack Second Team
Tommy Hughes '18 D Midfield Second Team
Nick Prestine '20 LSM Honorable Mention
Tennis
Luke Casper '21 First Team
Joshua Leopold '18 Second Team
Geoffrey Golan '21 Second Team
Anthony Teciorowski '20 Honorable Mention
Rohit Subramanian '18 /Matt Moore '19 Doubles Honorable Mention
Volleyball
Brett Allen '18 First Team
Brian Perkins '18 First Team
Ryan Foreman '18 Second Team
Brian Ross '18 Second Team
Alexander Knappen '18 Honorable Mention


Go Bells!

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