School News

  • Jack Turner '14 Joins USA Men's National Water Polo Team

    Posted June 8, 2017

    USA Men's National Team Announces Roster Ahead Of USA-Croatia Series; Action Starts Friday (6/9) In Riverside

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  • Fasano’s Frog “Kermit” Takes Top Honors

    Posted May 23, 2017

    San Andreas, CA — Another successful Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee came to a close on Sunday. In the keynote event, the International Frog Jump, Kermit, entered by 19-year-old Justin Fasano (Class of 2016) of San Jose, was the top winner with a jump of 18 ft., 4 inches. It was just over three ft. behind the all-time record set by Rosie the Ribbiter, entered by Lee Guidici in 1986, with a jump of 21 ft., five inches. The fair reports that Fasano is a third generation frog jumper, following his father Bob and grandfather Gene, who started the Gustine Frog Team 60 years ago. For having the top frog in the jump, Fasano received a $750 prize.

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  • Bellarmine Honors Five Hall of Fame Inductees

    Posted April 25, 2017

    Bellarmine College Preparatory held its Hall of Fame ceremony the evening of April 1, recognizing five distinguished alumni. Those honored, and their respective categories, were: Michael Blach, Class of 1981 (Business); Anthony Saglimbeni, M.D., Class of 1981 (Science and Medicine); Father John Baumann, S.J., Class of 1956 (Public Service); Dave Gaggero, Class of 1994 (Athletics); and Viet Thanh Nguyen, Class of 1988 (Humanities and Fine Arts).

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  • Ryan Vasquez '10 stars in Hamilton

    Posted April 18, 2017

    Before heading off to college at the University of Michigan then moving to New York City, which is where he currently resides, California-born Ryan Vasquez attended Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose and was profoundly involved with the theatre arts community in the Bay Area. With his parents and grandparents still living in the area, Vasquez is excited to be returning home—and hitting up In-N-Out, Oracle Arena, and Santa Cruz—with the national tour of HAMILTON after more than a year away.

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  • Mackenzie Pridham '09 brings innovation to clothing start-up

    Posted April 10, 2017

    Mackenzie is part of the leadership team at Three Arrows Affiliated, a company that solves menswear by rethinking methods of production, design, and distribution. This means first providing wearers with the highest quality technical apparel for every aspect of their lifestyle (Active, Social, & Career Wear).

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  • 49ers Team Physician Timothy McAdams '86 Receives Top Research Award

    Posted March 16, 2017

    The NFL Physicians Society awarded San Francisco 49ers head physician Dr. Timothy McAdams with the Arthur C. Rettig Award for his academic excellence in research in advancing the health and safety of players in the NFL. Dr. McAdams presented his research at the NFLPS scientific meeting during the combine.

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  • Bellarmine alumnus, Will Belshé '14, starts club at USC to improve medical infrastructure in the Northern Region of Malawi.

    Posted March 10, 2017

    Will Belshé ’14 and fellow Global Health and premedical student, Jared Alswang, are both juniors at the University of Southern California and are the founders and co-presidents of a new club on campus that they named Project Malawi. Project Malawi is a student-run organization focused on promoting equity, health, and development in at-need and under-resourced sectors of Malawi.

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  • Bestselling author, Gregg Hurwitz '91, visits students at his alma mater,

    Posted January 26, 2017

    Critically acclaimed writer Gregg Hurwitz, a New York Times and internationally bestselling author of 17 novels, returned to his alma mater, Bellarmine College Preparatory, on January 24, where he reflected on his high school years and shared advice with current students.

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  • NCGA President, Pat Quinn '83, creates meaningful boost for Youth on Course

    Jerry Stewart
    Posted January 9, 2017

    The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has raised millions of dollars for charity since founder Bing Crosby moved his tournament to the Monterey Peninsula in 1947. In the spirit of the Crosby, 2017 NCGA President Pat Quinn is doing his own part in giving back. By virtue of his role as NCGA President, Quinn will be among the amateurs teeing off in the 2017 AT&T Pro-Am. The longtime Youth on Course Board member is taking his appearance further though in using the occasion to raise money for Youth on Course—the nationally acclaimed, non-profit that provides youth with access to life-changing opportunities through golf.

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  • Stephen Caban '15

    Ice Hockey Honors Bell Alum Stephen Caban '15

    Posted December 12, 2016

    Bellarmine's ice hockey team paid tribute to one of their own, former teammate Stephen Caban '15, on Thursday, December 8. A hockey injury during Caban's junior year led to the discovery of kidney cancer, which he has been battling ever since.

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