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O F F I C E O F A D VA N C E M E N T THE Calvert Hall Summer 2015 Volume 15 No. 2 Cardinal Class of 2015 —College Bound The Cardinal / Summer 2015 x


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Men of Intellect, Men of Faith, Men of Integrity The Cardinal Summer 2015 Published for the Calvert Hall Community Comments regarding The Cardinal & Alumni Spotlight Class Notes can be submitted to This publication has been prepared and edited by the Office of Advancement of: Calvert Hall College High School 8102 La Salle Road Baltimore, MD 21286-8022 Telephone: 410-825-4266 Fax: 410-821-2401 Email: Website: President Brother John Kane, FSC, EdD Chief Administrative Officer Director of Advancement Joseph Baker ’76 Advancement Associates Geoff Foltyn ’00 Julie Gleeson, Alumni Association Doug Heidrick ’89, Annual Giving Meaghan Knapp, Executive Assistant to the President Diana Wellein, Database Administrator Director of Communications & Marketing Marc Parisi Photos Design Galeone Photographers Vanguard Graphic Services inside A Letter from the President ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 Cover Feature ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 2 Class of 2015—College Bound Graduation by the Numbers ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 It’s Awards Season at Calvert Hall ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 5 Office of Advancement ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 6 School News ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 9 Athletics ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 12 Alumni Spotlight ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 15 Alumni News ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 18 Cover: Seniors Tim Blount, Greg Bullen, Alex Foley, Xaiver Griffith, Tim Kelly, Ian McElwee, Owen Melia, Greg Tolj, Robby Whalen, Joe Baker, David Stapleton, and Bryan Marine display their college pennants. OUR MISSION Calvert Hall College, a Catholic and Lasallian college preparatory school, provides a diverse community of young men with a broad and balanced human and Christian education through excellent academic and extracurricular programs that promote leadership, achievement and service within the church and community. Calvert Hall College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origins to all rights and privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of our educational and admissions policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. Alumni news or information submitted by alumni of Calvert Hall College High School exists for the purpose of alumni-to-alumni communication. Publication does not signify endorsement by Calvert Hall or its sponsoring bodies. Calvert Hall is an independent, Catholic school for boys which upholds the teachings of the Catholic Church. Proofing William Thompson ’50 Printing Mount Royal Printing & Communications


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From the President R Dear Alumni, Family, Parents and Friends, eflecting on the completion of my first year at Calvert Hall, I recognize the need to express my gratitude to the many of you who warmly welcomed me and offered me your support. It has been an honor to meet so many alumni and friends of Calvert Hall who believe in and support the mission that began in the city of Baltimore 170 years ago. It has been humbling and a privilege to have shared the deeply personal Calvert Hall stories of alums over the course of many different years. It is exciting to be part of this and to be part of a community made up of alumni, faculty, staff, students and families that believe in this mission today. The summer brings with it a time to prepare the buildings for the next school year. We are very excited with the start of the John G. Noppinger ’64 Student Commons project. Work began as soon as the students left and the Commons will be ready for their return. We are most grateful to Jack and Lucy for their continued support and passion for The Hall. If you visit during the next two months, please pardon our dust and the noise. It is really a “blessed” noise. We said goodbye to our senior class on May 30 with a combined baccalaureate Mass and graduation ceremony held at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. It is bittersweet to say goodbye to such a great class but, we are proud of all they have accomplished and know they will succeed going forward. This issue of the Cardinal focuses on some of these accomplishments. We are already planning to welcome the Class of 2019 to campus in August. The Catholic, Lasallian Mission of an excellent education based on values is still the driving force of a Calvert Hall education. It will always be so. We are grateful for all of you who have joined with us to be part of this Mission. John Baptist de La Salle reminds us that this Mission is a gift from God and is His work and not ours. Your support is critical to our success and maintaining the work begun in 1845. Do not hesitate to boldly share the Calvert Hall story with all you meet. It is a great story to be told with many chapters still to come. Thank you! Sincerely, Brother John Kane, FSC, Ed.D.


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C OV E R F E AT U R E Class of 2015— College Bound Meet some of our most recent graduates as they share their personal experiences of The Hall Timothy J. Kelly ACTIV ITIES 4 Year V ars Homero ity Lacrosse om Ru nner F/S Soc cer ACCO MPLIS HMEN Honor TS Roll all 8S AP Sch olar—C emesters ollege B oard COLLE GE CH OSEN Univers ity of N orth C Chapel arolina Hill , David R. Stapleton “Calvert Hall was an incredible experience that sculpted me into a better student, a better athlete, and a better person...I chose the University of North Carolina because of its rigorous and prestigious academics. I am blessed to be able to say that I am forever a Cardinal, Go Hall!” S ACTIVITIE CHC-TV, hief of Editor-in-C magazine, ey” literary ss dy O he “T m Art Progra S ISHMENT PL M tion ACCO Arts Founda g un Yo l Nationa d Merit Awar CHOSEN COLLEGE niversity U rk Yo New TIES McM Yearbook Edito ullen Scholar, r and Staff, Red C Challenge Parti cipant, Green Cl ub, Flag Football PLISHMEN Merit Scholarsh TS National ip Student, Mathe Commended matics Certific ate of Merit, Latin Ce National Honor rtificate of Merit, So National Honor ciety, Spanish So AP Scholar with ciety, Distinction OSEN ACCOM ACTIVI “My experience at Calvert Hall helped me to build a strong artistic and intellectual foundation. As I go to NYU next year, I believe the foundation laid at Calvert Hall will be fully developed, allowing me to enter into the art world with a matured and focused temperament.” Gregory T. Tolj Northeastern Un iversity COLLEGE CH “Over the past four years, Calvert Hall has presented me with a myriad of opportunities that I cannot imagine getting anywhere else. The academic and practical experience I have gained has helped me to obtain two amazing internships, participate in a variety of guest speaker meet-and-greets, and work with active CHC alumni, among many other opportunities.” 2 w w w . C a lv e r t H a l l . c o m


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C OV E R F E AT U R E Xavier O. Griffith JV Basketball Varsity Track Baltimmersi on Green Club Spanish Clu b MPLISHM National Ach ENTS ievement Scho la ACCO ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES Lacrosse, F/S Peer Ministry, JV mersion Im a tan on Soccer, M ion Trip, Trip, Haiti Immers Trip, Red C ion ers m Im ia in rg Vi EN ACCOMPLISHM TS COLLEGE CH Johns Hopki ns University OSEN r McMullen Scholar ty Socie National Honor Salutatorian COLLEGE CHOS tre Da University of No EN me “Over my four year educational experience at Calvert Hall, I have grown both intellectually and spiritually. The friendships I’ve built and the memories I’ve made with my fellow classmates will definitely last a lifetime. I have chosen to continue my academic career at Johns Hopkins University because of their world-class biomedical engineering program and their extensive independent research opportunities.” Gregory D. Bullen “Calvert Hall has not only taught me academically, but Calvert Hall has shaped me as a man. I will never forget, and always cherish my time at Calvert Hall. I chose the University of Notre Dame because of the great tradition, academic excellence, and because I believe it will afford me the best opportunity to grow as a whole person.” Eagle Scout MENTS Holds the sc ho in the 800m ol record University of SEN Chicago COLLEGE C HO ACCOMPL ISH McMullen Sc holar Peer Educa tion National H on Cross Count or Society ry/Indoor Tr ack ACTIVITIE S Owen J. Melia “My Calvert Hall experience has been instrumental in discovering my academic interests. At the Hall, I learned that I enjoyed literature and history classes but my main interest was mathematics. Thanks to the English courses at Calvert Hall, I feel prepared for UChicago’s intensive core curriculum...I’m also excited to run cross country and track next year!” Robby J. Whalen McMullen Scho lar Peer Education, Pe Engineering, M er Ministry, od Avant-Garde Pr el UN, esident, F/S Soccer, Cros s Country, Track, Indoor Tr ack EN ACTIVITIES Timothy M. Blount McMullen Scholar, Varsity Hockey Assistant Captain , Peer Education, French Club President, National Honor Society Secretary, Science National Honor Society Board Member, French National Honor Society President National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation Rensselaer Medal Award University of Maryland COLLEGE CHOSEN ACCOMPLISHMENTS ACTIVITIES United States Air Force Acad emy COLLEGE CH National Honor TS Society, Eagle Scout, Pi lot’s License OSEN ACCOMPLISHM “I chose the United States Air Force Academy because I have always wanted to fly for the military and receive a high level education. The United States Air Force Academy is the best of both worlds... Calvert Hall broadened my horizons and exposed me to new people and cultures. I am grateful for the Catholic education I received at Calvert Hall.” “I will always cherish the lessons I have learned and the memories I have made throughout my Calvert Hall experience, both in the classroom and on the ice. I chose the University of Maryland because it provides a good combination of excellent academics and diverse student life. In addition, I look forward to playing club ice hockey while pursuing a degree in engineering.” The Cardinal / Summer 2015 3


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Graduation by the Numbers CLASS OF 2015 STUDENTS 170th Class to Graduate from Calvert Hall 285 “ Calvert Hall has granted us with the opportunities to achieve, experience, and learn in different ways. These opportunities have led to our success and have made us ready for the possibilities of the future. The past four years we have grown, we have learned, we have faced challenges, and we have succeeded. Through these experiences at the Hall, we have each found our own zeal, our passion.” — Michael Calva ’15 2015 Valedictory Address COMMUNITY SERVICE DADS WERE ALSO CHC GRADS 45 Merit SCHOLARSHIPS 14,000 HOURS 2012-2015 SCHOLARSHIPS GRADS ACCEPTED INTO MILITARY ACADEMIES 2 347 DIVISION I SCHOLARSHIPS 14 COLLEGE BOUND 98% SENIORS TOOK 148 316 AP EXAMS 4 w w w . C a lv e r t H a l l . c o m


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Calvert Hall Wins a Silver Telly Award We are pleased to announce we have won a 2015 Silver Telly Award for our commercial “Welcome to Calvert Hall,” from nearly 12,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries. Founded in 1979, the Telly Awards is the premier award honoring outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs, the finest video and film productions, and web commercials, videos and films. Winners represent the best work of the most respected advertising agencies, production companies, television stations, cable operators, and corporate video departments in the world. Less than 10% of entries are chosen as Winners of a Silver Telly, the highest honor. Calvert Hall Wins 2015 Best of Baltimore Award Calvert Hall College High School has been selected for the 2015 Best of Baltimore Award in the High Schools category by the Baltimore Award Program. Each year, the Baltimore Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Baltimore area a great place to live, work and play. Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2015 Baltimore Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Baltimore Award Program and data provided by third parties. The Baltimore Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Baltimore area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value. The Baltimore Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy. The Cardinal / Summer 2015 5


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O F F I C E O F A D VA N C E M E N T Office of Advancement SAVE THE DATE! Bishop Bill Newman 5K Run & Family Fun Walk October 10, 2015 Starting at the Russo Stadium at Calvert Hall College The Most Reverend William C. Newman graduated from Calvert Hall in 1946. He had a reputation as an excellent student during his four years at the Hall. He was also recognized as an outstanding athlete, earning All Maryland honors in basketball and baseball. His prowess in baseball led to an offer to play professionally. He entered the Seminary instead and was ordained to the priesthood in 1954. He became the Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore in 1984. Bishop Bill was named to the Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Fame in 1985. Below (Left to Right): Teddy Strozyk ’16 (Assistant to the Executive Board), Spencer Blair ’17 (Junior Class President), Mr. Dan White ’65 (Executive Vice President of The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company), Mr. Augie Miceli (Math Department), Mr. Jerry Geraghty, Esq. ’68, (Managing Director at Blades & Rosenfeld, P.A.), Brother Kevin Strong, F.S.C. (Former Calvert Hall President), Mr. Frank Bramble ’66 (Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Calvert Hall), Brother John Kane, FSC, (President of Calvert Hall), Mr. John G. Noppinger, Jr. ’64, Mrs. Lucy Hagopian, Mr. Charles Stembler ’83 (Principal of Calvert Hall), Nick Peltz ’16 (Senior Class President), and Nate Jackson ’16 (Student Body President) The Alumni Association at Calvert Hall established a scholarship in Bishop Newman’s name in 2009. An endowment to ensure the continuity of that scholarship was created by the Alumni with an initial gift of $125,000 in 2013. This inaugural “Bishop Bill 5K” event is intended to help with current tuition assistance needs, while continuing the growth of the endowment in Bishop Newman’s name. Please join us on October 10, 2015 for the inaugural run. For registration information please call Julie Gleeson or Art Casserly at the Alumni Office 410-825-4251 or register online at and go to the Alumni tab. Calvert Hall Breaks Ground on New Commons Calvert Hall students and administration broke ground on Wednesday, June 3rd for the new John G. Noppinger Jr. ’64 Student Commons. The Noppinger Student Commons will be almost 3000 square feet in addition to renovating the adjacent courtyard. The project general contractor is Whiting-Turner Contracting and the project architect is Gaudreau Inc.   6 w ww ww w . C a lv e r t H a l l . c o m


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l a a G 5 1 0 2 R c e n a i d a 7 The Cardinal / Summer 2015 7


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O F F I C E O F A D VA N C E M E N T 3rd Annual “Red C” Challenge Helps Students Become Entrepreneurs Winners of the third annual “Red C” Challenge were announced April 17th in a ceremony held in the Calvert Hall’s Russo Dining Hall. The “Red C” Challenge competition is offered by the Career Foundation Committee of the Calvert Hall Alumni Business Circle. The challenge offers all Calvert Hall students the opportunity to form teams, create a concept or product based on the challenge objective, and compete for prizes. As part of the competition, student teams attended the Challenge Boot camp, met with mentors, conducted independent research, and made a formal project presentation to competition judges. A group of business professionals serve as team mentors and judges for the competition. Juniors Paul Phan, Ian Elliott, Yanni Kevas and Nick Randolph won the 2015 “Red C” Challenge with the “Cardinal Connect”! Cardinal Connect is a searchable online database compiling a directory of school alumni and opportunities for networking, internships, etc. It gives students an easily accessible resource to capitalize on real world connections. Judges: Br. John Kane FSC, President of Calvert Hall Chris Ensey ’97 Andrew Droney ’89 Ray Palmer ’79 Kevin Cashen ’79 2nd Place: Seniors Scott Brooks, Aidan Flannery, and Joseph Baker Tutoring center for high school and middle school students managed and staffed by students. 3rd Place: Seniors Sherill Sen, Paul Schwing, Jimmy Workmeister and Sean Mullin Utilize drone and robot applications to improve the public services provided by local governments. Mentors: Jim Workmeister Jim Stephens ’00 Pat Klima ’82 Kevin Klages ’82 Planning Committee: Paul Brooks ’82 Bill Karpovich ’87 Geoff Foltyn ’00 Congratulations to Nick Randolph for winning the “Sandler Training Leadership Award” and Sean Mullin for winning the “Distinguished Senior Star Award” Class of 1965 Celebrates 50th Anniversary 8 w w w . C a lv e r t H a l l . c o m


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School News T McMullen Scholars Program Completes 29th Year he 29th academic year of the McMullen Scholars Program continued the program’s tradition of developing the intellectual talents of academically gifted students. Once again, Calvert Hall’s rigorous curriculum stimulated the scholars’ curiosity and challenged them to achieve ambitious goals. Further enrichment was provided by more than a dozen off-campus trips and independent research opportunities. The off-campus trips included a variety of cultural and academic experiences throughout the year. Here in Baltimore, scholars enjoyed a show at Center Stage, an evening at the Walters Art Gallery, a concert at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, a dinner at the Helmand, a Leaders and Legends lecture at the Carey Business School, and a Foreign Affairs Symposium at Homewood Campus of The Johns Hopkins University. In Washington, students witnessed oral arguments at the Supreme Court and had a behind-the-scene look at the highest court in the land. In Philadelphia, students visited the University of Pennsylvania and enjoyed an afternoon at The Franklin Institute. During an overnight trip to New York, scholars received an inside tour of the Bank of America Tower, walked through the campus of New York University, watched a Broadway show, and visited the American Museum of Natural History. One of the most exciting trips of the year involved Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Famer Sam Palmisano (’69). Mr. Palmisano, the former chairman, president, and CEO of IBM, generously invited McMullen Scholars to meet him at his personal office in Norwalk, Connecticut. In a private meeting, Mr. Palmisano spoke to the students about Calvert Hall memories, career experiences, leadership qualities, preparation for college, and his current work with the Center for Global Enterprise. The journeys to and from Norwalk also included stops at Princeton University and Yale University. As this academic year comes to a close, the McMullen Scholars Program offers congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 2015, and looks forward to welcoming the Class of 2019 to campus. The 2014-2015 year was eventful, and we hope to continue the trend when school resumes in September.  The McMullen Capstone Experience—Original Research Opportunities The Capstone is a substantial, independent, research-based project within a discipline of deep personal interest to the scholar. This year’s seniors explored a wide range of topics including the following: the viability of cryptocurrency, journalistic ethics in an era of social media, the birth of harmony in western music during the Middle Ages, the future of vertical take-off and landing aircraft, autism and sensory problems, malocclusion and orthodontic treatment, application of neurorehabilitation to Cerebral Palsy, and many more.  In their final semester at Calvert Hall, scholars made oral and visual presentations of their findings. The Cardinal / Summer 2015 9


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SCHOOL NEWS Calvert Hall Robotics Wins Maryland State Championship! W hat can fit into an 18 inch box, pick up an 8 inch cube and place it upon a a “Skyrise” peg tower it builds 7 feet tall? Why, it’s the CHC 2015 Maryland State Tournament Champion Robot, of course! In only its fourth season of competition, the Calvert Hall Robotics Team continues to dominate local events and to build its reputation as a premier technology powerhouse in Maryland. All 6 of the Hall’s robots for the 2014-2015 season earned invitations to the state’s top competition on March 14, equaling the highest number of robots from any team in the state. On that day, the Cardinals brought home 4 prestigious awards: Tournament Champion, Robot Skills, Design and Sportsmanship. Teams 5588C and 5588R earned invitations to and attended the Vex Robotics World Championship High School Division in Louisville, Kentucky in April. They finished 2nd and 4th respectively for Maryland teams in the World Programming Skills rankings. Team 5588C also ranked higher than any other team in Maryland in the World Robot Skills category. In all, this year 35 students received activity letters, stars or certificates for participating in robotics. The team earned a total of 17 competition awards and 10 skills awards at 10 events throughout the year. The team also hosted its 2nd Annual Cardinal Classic Competition in January and will welcome two summer camps in June and July. Results from all of the competitions as well as rules for the new 2015-2016 game “Nothing But Net” can be found at The Cardinal / Summer 2015 11


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Coach Bauersfeld’s Notes on the 2014-2015 Varsity Basketball Season Hall basketball coach of the Calvert ad he e th e m ca be I ry filled When ram had a rich histo og pr e th at th ew kn program I d championship dividual players, an with great teams, in a part of that team is proud to be ’s ar ye is Th ts. en mom tremendous that this team had ew kn I y. ac leg e siv ason with impres . We finished last se on as se e e th g in ter en ay from winning th potential s than a second aw les re we ly be we on d n an ca tential a 29-8 record ment. However, po na ur er. To ue ag Le c in doing th gs togeth Baltimore Catholi it to the principle of m m co to ng lli wi realized if a team is a prime Hall Cardinals are rt lve Ca on pi am d BCL Ch ttled injuries to key The 2015 MIAA an a team. The Hall ba as s al go g in ish pl the next man up example of accom but time and again on as se e th of e dl id m grueling league players during the rn a key victory in ea s al in rd Ca e th help y 16th the would contribute to t. Carmel on Januar M to ss lo e tim er e double ov e defensive end of th play. After a tough a higher level on th at ay pl ry to cto n vi io 8 cis -6 de de a 71 players made a ries that would inclu cto vi t gh ai ry str cto 11 vi s 2 floor. The result wa and a thrilling 53-5 IAA championship M e th in el rm Ca over Mt. ship game. the BCL champion over John Carroll in rt Hall is such a ample of why Calve ex g in in sh a is on the Red C (CHC This basketball seas ayers jumped into pl e th as e aw in ed to the Red C, special place. I watch ries. As I looked in cto vi ip sh on pi am ch ter our rs, CHC Band student section) af ms, McMullen schola tea ts or sp of rs be many more. I saw other mem peer ministers, and , en lm al H e th of brought a members, members is team is that they th of t en m ish pl m acco all community My most cherished gave the Calvert H d an er th ge to r se even clo nter nights. school community those cold dreary wi on to d ar rw fo ok ture Cardinals something to lo us legacy for the fu do en m tre a t lef s players and This senior class ha e returning varsity th t bu s ar ye o tw last by going 59-15 the excited to meet the 25-3 JV squad are a m fro t len ta g in the upcom 016. Bauersfeld ’94) challenge in 2015-2 ——Coach JB (John 12 w w w . C a lv e r t H a l l . c o m


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AT H L E T I C S Senior Student Athletes Commit to Top Colleges and Universities Ceremonies were held on February 4th and May 28th to honor 20 student athletes (in addition to the 11 honored in the fall) who have committed to continue their scholastic athletic careers next year at top colleges and universities. Students will be attending St. Mary’s College of Maryland, Lycoming College, Siena College, St. Joseph’s University, the University of Chicago, Mount Saint Mary’s University, Hood College, the Rochester Institute of Technology, Trinity C o l l e g e , Wa k e Forest University, McDaniel College, Shippensburg University, Shepherd University, Monmouth University, the University of Miami and Bucknell University to play for top programs. We are very proud of their accomplishments in the pool, on the court, on the track, and on the field. Congratulations! Nick Delp ’15 Ties All-Time Baseball Wins Record Congratulations to Nick Delp ’15! Nick tied Andy Bair ’95 with the all time Calvert Hall win record at 22 on May 12th. Thanks to Nick’s no hitter, Calvert Hall moved past Gilman with a 10-0 victory in the first round of the MIAA playoffs. Varsity Baseball Coach Lou Eckerl Accomplishes 400 Career Wins! Congratulations to Coach Lou Eckerl on his 400th win with our Baseball Cards on Tuesday, May 5th, 2015! Lou has spent the past 14 seasons as The Hall’s head coach. Prior to coming to Calvert Hall, Lou spent 3 seasons with Cardinal Gibbons. Lou is an exemplary coach, model Calvert Hall Man, and respected Athletic Director.  Calvert Hall is proud of Lou’s tremendous accomplishments this, and every, season! The Cardinal / Summer 2015 13



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