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Answering the Call Recognizing a lifelong and extraordinary commitment to the mission of the Brothers, page 2

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IN THIS ISSUE THE CARDINAL, WINTER 2016 Published for the Calvert Hall Community Comments can be submitted to communications@calverthall.com. This publication has been prepared and edited by the Office of Advancement CALVERT HALL COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL 8102 La Salle Road Baltimore, MD 21286-8022 TELEPHONE: 410-825-4266 FAX: 410-821-2401 EMAIL: communications@calverthall.com WEBSITE: www.calverthall.com PRESIDENT: Brother John Kane, FSC, Ed.D. PRINCIPAL: Charles Stembler ’83 CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT: 2 Feature: Answering the Call 4 Travel Abroad 12 Athletics Joseph Baker ’76 ADVANCEMENT TEAM: 14 Alumni Spotlight Art Casserly ’66, Advancement Associate Geoff Foltyn ’00, Advancement Associate Julie Gleeson, Alumni Association Doug Heidrick ’89, Advancement Associate Meaghan Knapp, Advancement Associate & Executive Assistant to the President Nichole Regulski, Advancement Associate Diana Wellein, Database Administrator DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING: Danielle Werner DESIGN: Stephanie Coustenis | Graphic Design 6 Office of Advancement 16 Alumni News PHOTOGRAPHY: Galeone Photographers PRINTING: Mount Royal Printing PROOFING: Jennifer Healy 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. 9 School News 18 Class Notes COVER: Mr. Augustine F. Miceli, Sr. and Mr. John P. Thaler, affiliated members of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools

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FROM THE PRESIDENT Dear Alumni, Family and Friends, The school year is moving quickly as we have entered the second semester already. It will not be long before the signs of spring start arriving. It has been a blessed year and we have much to be grateful for at The Hall. Personally, I am most grateful to so many who have been supportive of my first year at Calvert Hall. Midway through my second year, I grow ever more impressed with Calvert Hall, our wonderful faculty and staff, as well as our loyal alumni. In this issue of The Cardinal, we highlight the gift that two of our faculty, Augie Miceli and John Thaler, have been to our boys. We are now privileged to call each of them Brother. I am most impressed with our students. We have young men from all over the Baltimore area (and from outside the area as well) who come from different backgrounds and family circumstances. They have varied interests: theater, music, art, athletics, robotics, and much more. Widely diverse in interest, talent, and experiences, our boys form one community. They truly are a “Brotherhood.” It is remarkable to watch this happen and to be a part of it. They seek what so many of you sought before them, an excellent education built on faith. As good as we are, it is necessary to continue to look to improve. We must always seek to become better at what we do. To stand still is really to move backward. We are committed to moving forward. John Baptist de La Salle always reminded the first Brothers that this work was first and foremost, “God’s Work.” We are the instruments that God uses to reach the young. This means we must listen for God speaking in our lives and to continually evaluate what we are doing and how we are doing it. We are called to provide an excellent education based on our Lasallian values for the young men entrusted to our care. The Board of Trustees, the Administration, and the faculty and staff are committed to a process designed to ensure Calvert Hall continues to be an exceptional school well into the future. We have been blessed with many alumni and friends who have joined with us to support these efforts. I thank all of you who have done so and encourage those of you who have not to join us as we move forward. This is a significant moment in time for Calvert Hall, one that can take us to even greater heights. We need you. Continue to spread our name and fame to all with whom you come in contact within your communities. Sincerely, Brother John Kane, FSC, Ed.D. Ca rd i na l Magazi ne Wi nter 2016 1

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FACULTY RECOGNITION a Passion for the Mission of Lasallian Education Mr. Thaler makes difficult subjects (algebr a, Trig, Calc) easy, with a low stress learning environment. He will do whatever it takes to put his students into positions for success. O —Jeffrey Berg ’87 Mr. Miceli is really always there for the student, before and after school. He has had a tremendous impact on the lives of gener ations of Hallmen. n Saturday, September 19, 2015, the De La Salle Christian Brothers and the Christian Brothers Community at Calvert Hall College High School formally acknowledged Mr. Augustine F. Miceli, Sr. and Mr. John P. Thaler as affiliated members of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools. This is the highest honor to be bestowed upon a lay colleague by the Christian Brothers. The liturgy was held in the Marion Burk Knott Center followed by a reception in the Paul A. Russo Dining Hall. During the liturgy, Brother Dennis Malloy, FSC, Provincial of the Christian Brothers Province for the District of Eastern North America, presented the Letters of Affiliation to Mr. Miceli, Sr. and Mr. Thaler. This honor recognizes a lifelong and extraordinary commitment to the mission of the Brothers. The letters of affiliation were presented with the endorsement of the Brothers’ District of Eastern North America and the Superior General in Rome. Mr. Miceli, Sr. is in his 55th year as a mathematics teacher at Calvert Hall College High School. He served as the head varsity football coach from 1974–1988. During that time, his teams won 101 games and six M.S.A. championships, and he was named Coach of the Year four times. Mr. Miceli also served as the Athletic Director for three years and as the head varsity basketball coach for three years. He is well-known for his attention to detail and his dedication to working with students before and after school. Mr. Miceli has taught the fathers and even grandfathers for a number of his students. In his honor, a scholarship has been established to support tuition assistance for current students. Mr. Thaler taught advanced placement and general mathematics courses at Calvert Hall for 46 years (1969–2015). In addition, he was the mathematics department chair. His ability to challenge the most talented students yet make mathematics come alive for those who found math difficult is as legendary as his wit and wisdom. Since his retirement, Mr. Thaler can be found helping out in the Math Resource Center and as a substitute teacher. A scholarship to provide tuition assistance for students with financial need has been created in his honor. —Frank Bramble ’66 Ca rd i na l Magazi ne Wi nter 2016 2

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With the awarding of the letters of affiliation, Mr. Miceli and Mr. Thaler join fellow Calvert Hall affiliate members Mr. Frank Clary, Sr. ’53, Mrs. Shirley Clary, Mr. James S. Keelty ’29, and Mr. Louis Heidrick. Calvert Hall President, Brother John Kane, FSC, commented, “The Christian Brothers have long worked side by side with lay colleagues who share the passion for the mission of Lasallian education. At Calvert Hall, we are extremely proud of our excellent and dedicated faculty. Augie Miceli and John Thaler are wonderful models of Lasallian education and have 100 years combined of educating young men here at The Hall. Their faith-filled commitment to their students and their teaching represent the best of what our profession is all about. Thousands of Calvert Hall men have benefited from teacher-student relationships established with Augie and John. They are both math teachers, but they are life teachers as well. “It is with great joy that we now call them, Brother Augie and Brother John.” To learn more about Mr. Miceli’s and Mr. Thaler’s scholarships, visit www.calverthall.com/scholarships. Ca rd i na l Magazi ne Wi nter 2016 3

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STUDY ABROAD Calvert Hall Grads CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA JAMES MARROW ’14, a sophomore at the University of Maryland, College Park, participated in a two week course focused on Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Contemporary South African Context. He was challenged to design creative, sustainable processes towards social change using multiple learning strategies. Marrow is majoring in studio art and journalism. Travel the Globe BERLIN, GERMANY LUKE BENGEL ’13, a junior at BARCELONA, SPAIN MICHAEL STEINER ’12, a senior at Pennsylvania State University, spent the first semester of his junior year abroad. An Economics major, he is also a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and a member of the Penn State Student Investment Association. OXFORD, ENGLAND JOSEPH HICKS ’05, a graduate of 4 Ca rd i na l Magazi ne the University of Maryland, College Park and The Johns Hopkins University, studied aboard at Exeter College. He used his time abroad to concentrate on international politics, law, and society. Hicks is now a Lead Capture Manager at TESSCO Technologies. Franklin and Marshall College, spent last semester abroad at Humboldt University. While there he traveled to England and met Sir Richard Trainor, Ph.D. ’66 and they discovered that they both were taught by Mr. Miceli, Sr., AFSC. A dual major in German and Business, Organizations and Society with an International Studies minor, Bengel is also a member of the Varsity baseball team, business club, German club, John Newman Association, and a tour guide at Franklin and Marshall College. NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, UK IAN JONES ’13, a junior at Loyola University Maryland, is spending his junior year aboard at Newcastle University. A finance major, he is also a member of the Hounds on Wall Street club. LONDON, ENGLAND J.C. LAZZARO ’13, a junior at Georgetown University, is spending the year at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has been named principle violist of the student ensemble. Wi nter 2016 Photographs, from left to right: Luke Bengel ’13, Ian Jones ’13, and J.C. Lazzaro ’13

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DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT KUDOS TO OUR AP SCHOLARS Applauded for Their Efforts in Education NATIONAL AP SCHOLARS Students in the U.S. with an average score of at least 4.0 on all AP Exams, and scores of 4.0 or higher on eight or more of these exams 10 MR. BRIAN ECTON Students with an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams, and scores of 3.0 or higher on five or more of these exams AP SCHOLARS WITH DISTINCTION 32 15 AP SCHOLARS WITH HONOR was recognized as a 2015 Distinguished Lasallian Educator at the annual Huether Lasallian Conference. He is the Band Director and Chair of the Fine Arts Department at The Hall. MR. LOUIS MISERENDINO ’99 MRS. JENNIFER HEALY, Director of was honored for Teaching Excellence at the 2015 Catholic Schools Convocation in August 2015. He is the Director of the McMullen Scholars Program and also teaches AP United States History. the La Salle Program, presented at the 2015 Huether Lasallian Conference. Her presentation, Differentiated Instruction, focused on the La Salle Program, learning differences, and teaching methods beneficial for all students. O B National Honor Society Inductees n October 6, 2015, 88 students were inducted into the National Honor Society. Additionally, 24 students were inducted into the Science National Honor Society. Bring Your Own Device Program (BYOD) eginning in the 2016–2017 academic year, freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will be required to bring a tablet or laptop to school. Education has rapidly embraced technologies which allow students to have information at their fingertips. The purpose of this program is to enhance and complement the excellent teaching that is already taking place on our campus. While technology is only a tool and does not replace the fundamentals of teaching, technology enhanced lessons are an important part of our educational program. Our lecture-seminar system lends itself to BYOD as students get the basic information in a college-style lecture and then engage in studentcentered activities in seminars. With every student in the class having access to a device, we will increase collaboration and analysis of the topics presented in lecture and elaborated on in the seminar—two crucially important skills for the 21st century learner. Students with an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams, and scores of 3.0 or higher on four or more of these exams 39 Students with scores of 3.0 or higher on three or more AP Exams Ca rd i na l Magazi ne AP SCHOLARS Wi nter 2016 5

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M MAKE A LEGACY GIFT, JOIN THE 1845 SOCIETY Advancement News RETIREMENT PLAN ASSETS Name Calvert Hall as the beneficiary of all or a portion of your tax-deferred retirement plans such as a 401(k), 403(b), or traditional IRA. Assets from these accounts will pass from your estate free of all income and estate taxes. embers of the 1845 Society express their commitment to Calvert Hall College High School through a very special and important form of financial support. These donors have named Calvert Hall as the beneficiary of a planned gift. Such gifts might include a bequest, appreciated securities, gifts of retirement accounts, gifts of life insurance, and/or charitable income gifts. Most frequently planned gifts are made through: BEQUESTS Make a gift to Calvert Hall through a provision in your written and executed will. Learn more about these and other planned giving options at calverthall.com/plannedgiving. Calvert Hall’s planned giving site also includes a number of financial planning calculators as well as informational brochures. To discuss a planned gift, contact Joe Baker ’76 at 410-825-4266 (ext 163) or BakerJ @ calverthall.com. A WHAT IS A CALVERT HALL AMBASSADOR? people we should meet or places we should go to engage community members, they let us know. We are always looking to grow our ambassador team. For more information or to participate in the program contact Nichole Regulski at RegulskiN@calverthall.com. n Ambassador’s role is to promote The Hall in the community; tell his/her story; mentor recruits; share the CHC vision; invite visitors to campus; attend events; or introduce families to our school. Most importantly, as we all have a network one of the key phrases is “Link Us!” If Ambassadors think there are T Wi nter 2016 A NUDGE OF ALUMNI ENCOURAGEMENT he start of the New Year means making new resolutions and reaching new heights. For alumni Monsignor Richard Hilgartner ’86 and Father Gerard Francik ’78, the New Year is a culmination of their training. The duo participated in the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend in Orlando. Monsignor Hilgartner ran the 26.2 mile marathon course in 4:26:22 and Father Francik ran the 13.1 mile half marathon route in 2:36:15. No stranger to running, Monsignor Hilgartner has participated in 10Ks, half-marathons, and marathons. He ran the 2015 Baltimore Marathon in a personal best time of 3:53:23. One item on his bucket list is to qualify for the NYC Marathon. Father Francik credits Monsignor Hilgartner with helping him catch the running bug. “I would not be doing this if he hadn’t encouraged me,” said Father Francik. In the month of November he was able to log 54.3 training miles. 6 Ca rd i na l Magazi ne

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OFFICE OF ADVANCEMENT IN MEMORIAM, FRANK CLARY, AFSC ’53 making them affiliated members of the Christian Brothers in 1987. Frank adored his wife Shirley T. Clary, AFSC, was a devoted father of Stephen Clary ’76 and Cynthia Rose, and was a loving grandfather of Justine Bauer, Deirdre Foreman, and Sean Clary. making skills and to exhibit Catholic moral leadership. The High-LI program featured a number of other Hallmen. Monsignor Rick Hilgartner ’86, Rev. Michael Triplett ’97, and Rev. James Boric ’97, each presided over a liturgy, and Jason Medinger ’97 participated as a staff member. High-LI 2015 was a great opportunity to build skills and deepen faith. Endres and Matthai represented Calvert Hall well by their participation in this rigorous program. I t is with much sorrow that we share the passing of Mr. Frank Gerard Clary, AFSC ’53 on September 30, 2015. COLONEL JOE NATTANS HOSTS THE CLASS OF ’60 Let us admire God’s goodness, and thank him for the grace he has given us in assigning an angel to take care of us, protect us, and serve us. (MTR 172.1) Frank was and will continue to be an angel for the Calvert Hall community. A dedicated employee for more than 55 years, ‘Mr. Frank’, as he was lovingly known, guided the transition of the school to its Towson location. As Office Manager and Treasurer, he worked diligently to ensure the school’s smooth operation. Frank took a great personal interest in each student, faculty, and staff member. Tom Malstrom ’84, former Alumni President and Director of Advancement at Calvert Hall, commented, “Frank ensured students always had a textbook and that families were never overwhelmed by their financial obligations to the school. To many, this skill was referred to as ‘Clary Magic’.” His contributions as a student, alumnus, and employee were honored when he was inducted into the Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Fame in 1982. The Christian Brothers recognized the devotion of Frank and his wife Shirley by LOYAL BENEFACTOR CHARLES CAWLEY PASSES O n Saturday, November 28, 2015, Colonel A. Joe Nattans opened his home to the Class of 1960, the last class to attend “the Old School” on Cathedral and Mulberry Streets. W CALVERT HALL SHINES IN HIGH SCHOOL LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE Ca rd i na l Magazi ne illiam Endres, III ’16 and Matt Matthai ’18 joined 40 of their peers from across the Archdiocese of Baltimore to participate in the High School Leadership Institute (High-LI), which took place July 18–25, 2015, at the Monsignor O’Dwyer Retreat House in Sparks, Maryland. High-LI, an intensive leadership training program in continuous operation since the 1970s, focuses on developing young people’s abilities in public speaking, meeting facilitation, and peer ministry. High-LI is also a faithfilled program in which students participate in Mass and prayer services daily and are called to learn Christian, values-based decision- loyal benefactor of The Hall, Charles Michael Cawley (August 15, 1940– November 18, 2015) was a key contributor to the Kelly Field and George Young Hall campaigns. During Cawley’s tenure as chief executive officer at MBNA, the MBNA foundation contributed more than $1,000,000 to Calvert Hall. A A ALL DAY HALL DAY ll Day Hall Day, 24 hours of supporting and celebrating Calvert Hall, will be held on Friday, May 13. The Hall will celebrate with activities, food trucks, games, and much more. This is an event you will NOT want to miss. For more information, please email Doug Heidrick ’89 at HeidrickD@ calverthall.com. Wi nter 2016 7

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FACILITIES UPGRADE New Spaces Wrestling Room The wrestling room has relocated to what was previously the freeweight room in The Crispino Center. With new mats, this area provides wrestlers with a dedicated space to practice. Robotics Room The Robotics team has a permanent home now in Paul Angelo Russo Stadium. Located on the second floor of the Stadium, this area is the former cardio weight room area. The approximately 500 square foot space offers multiple workshop areas for the teams to build and perfect their robots as well as a regulation competition arena. John G. Noppinger, Jr. ’64 Commons Wednesday, September 9, 2015, officially marked the opening of the John G. Noppinger, Jr. ’64 Commons. This transformational new space and outdoor courtyard serves as a great place for Wi nter 2016 Weight Room On January 7, 2016, Brother John Kane, FSC, President of Calvert Hall College High School, blessed and dedicated the new performance center. The space, formerly the wrestling room, is located in The Crispino Center. It features Hammer Strength weight racks, kettle bells, dumbbells, agility Plyo boxes, and ample room for multiple agility ladder use. The space is available for the entire student body to use. students to study and meet with their teachers. The space also features a dual sided fireplace, 70" television, outdoor waterfall, and modern furniture. 8 Ca rd i na l Magazi ne

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SCHOOL EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES M McMullen Director Speaks Out Against High Tax Rate in Baltimore City School News r. Louis Miserendino ’99, Director of the McMullen Scholars Program at CHC and a Visiting Fellow at the Maryland Public Policy Institute, spoke about Baltimore’s high property tax rates during a public policy debate on September 24, 2015. Moderated by Andrew Green, opinion editor of The Baltimore Sun, the debate examined the city's need for tax cuts, the depth of the cuts, and the speed of implementation. Mr. Miserendino was in support of quickly reducing rates, whereas former McMullen Scholar, Matthew D. Gallagher ’90, President and CEO of the Goldseker Foundation, advocated for a more measured approach. In attendance supporting Mr. Miserendino were students from the McMullen Scholars Program. group of students from the McMullen Scholars Program and AP Economics class attended the “Leaders & Legends” breakfast session presented by The Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business. Mr. Louis Miserendino ’99, Director of the McMullen Scholars Program, and Mrs. Amity Willenborg, AP Economics teacher, accompanied the group. The featured speaker during the breakfast was Joseph Jimenez, CEO of Novartis International, a $220 billion multi-national pharmaceutical company. After the presentation, the students had the opportunity to meet with Jeff Nattans ’85, Executive Vice President of Legg Mason, in Legg Mason’s corporate board room overlooking downtown Baltimore. A McMullen Scholars Students Visit Legg Mason O Mr. Miserendino has undertaken extensive research on Baltimore’s property tax structure and local redevelopment strategies. He has written for the Maryland Public Policy Institute, the Institute for Justice, The Daily Record, and The Baltimore Sun. Mr. Miserendino is a member of the Board of Directors at Civic Works, Baltimore’s Urban Service Corps, an AmeriCorps program. Brother Tom Miller Honors Program Speaker Series Ca rd i na l Magazi ne n December 17, 2015, the Br. Tom Miller Honors Program welcomed Kurt Schmoke as a part of its speaker series. Schmoke, the former mayor of Baltimore and current President of the University of Baltimore, spoke to our young men about leadership, integrity, and the need to be resolute in times of trouble and criticism. Wi nter 2016 9

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T Marching Band Claims State Title he CHC Competition Marching Band placed first in the USBANDS Preview of Champions Competition and U.S. Band Group 1 Open Maryland State Competition in October. In addition, the band swept all major awards at both competitions winning Best Music, Best Visual, Best Percussion, Best Guard, and Best Overall Effect. The band went on to place third at the USBANDS National Competition at MetLife Stadium. They were also named best percussion in the nation. M Six Hallmen Selected to Maryland AllState Senior Chorus ore than 1,500 voices across the state auditioned for the opportunity to be named members of the Maryland All-State Senior Chorus. Calvert Hall is proud to share that six Hallmen were recognized for their hard work. Michael Ehart ’16, Cooper Greenman ’16, Robbie Spratt ’17, Nicolo Short ’16, and Kirby Smith ’16 were selected, and Ryan Ritzes ’18 was named an alternate. Calvert Hall’s Theatre Department will proudly present West Side Story this spring. The show will debut on Friday, April 8 in McManus Theatre. The musical will also show on April 9, 1O, 15, 16, and 17. THE JETS & SHARKS TAKE OVER THE HALL C CHC Robotics Ranked Second in the World HC teams 5588 C, S, and V competed in the HZR Stampede Vex Robotics Competition in December. Team 5588C was declared Tournament Champions. Their score of 306 in Programming Skills placed second in the World, only four points behind China's first place finish. They also scored 326 in Driver Skills to be ranked third in the World. The Freshman Team 5588 impressively scored in autonomous mode in its first ever competition match and Team 5588V drew an impressive alliance request based on their unique lifting design! F Calvert Hall Lands Six in Maryland State Boychoir 10 Ca rd i na l Magazi ne ounder and President of the Maryland State Boychoir, Frank Cimino ’65, announced six Hallmen were named to the 2015–2016 Maryland State Boychoir. Brian Kelly ’17, Robert Spratt ’17, Joris Valkenberg ’17, Joseph Mades ’19, Brendan McCarron ’19, and John Moses ’19 were selected. Wi nter 2016

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SCHOOL EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES Bank of America’s Catherine Bessant Visits The Hall C atherine Bessant, Chief Operations and Technology Officer for Bank of America, visited with students on October 1, 2015 to discuss cybersecurity and developing technology in the banking industry. Students had the opportunity to meet Bessant and learn more about the rapidly growing cybersecurity need in the banking industry. In addition to sharing her responsibilities, she spoke candidly about how being a person of intellect, faith, and integrity is the core make-up of what she looks for in future employees. Bessant was impressed with the questions asked by students which ranged from gender equity at Bank of America to the Federal Reserve information leak. T Northwestern U. Engineering Director Visits The Hall Speech and Debate Club Revived he Speech and Debate Club has been reinstated. Under the direction of first year teacher Mrs. Joy Johnson M.Ed, 18 students compete in the Baltimore Catholic Forensics League. With six local tournaments held between October and February, they hope to qualify for the state tournament. T SmartCards Continue Their Winning Ways he Calvert Hall It’s Academic team, the SmartCards, defeated Mt. St. Joe and Catholic High Schools in the third round of the Catholic League on December 8. Calvert Hall remains undefeated with six wins and is in sole possession of first place. The SmartCards have won 22 of the last 24 matches in the past three years. In addition, they advanced to the second round of It’s Academic and will compete on February 14, 2016. D Ca rd i na l Magazi ne r. Raymond Krizek ’50, Director of the Master in Project Management Program at Northwestern University as well as the Stanley F. Pepper Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering, recently visited The Hall. Students were able to ask questions about the field of engineering and learn which classes and clubs could best prepare them for a successful career in engineering. 11 Wi nter 2016

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Athletics B Wi nter 2016 CHC Announces Partnership with Under Armour eginning in the fall of 2015, all Calvert Hall teams are outfitted exclusively by Under Armour. Brother John Kane, FSC, President of Calvert Hall, said, “We are very proud to enter into this partnership with a Baltimore based company recognized for its quality and excellence. Calvert Hall athletics has a tremendous track record of excellence and we look forward to continuing that tradition by partnering with Under Armour. We believe that Under Armour’s commitment to the local community makes it a great fit for Calvert Hall.” This new partnership has extended the Under Armour brand to all athletic teams across campus. 12 Ca rd i na l Magazi ne F Calvert Hall Wins Four MIAA Titles Polo Team also won the Eastern Prep Water Polo Championships. Jeff Brady, Andrew Pagano, and Alex Cappuccio were named to the All-Tournament Team. Brendan White was named tournament MVP. our Calvert Hall athletic teams captured the MIAA title in their respective sport. The Freshman/ Sophomore Soccer Team, JV Soccer Team, JV Football Team, and Varsity Water Polo Team reigned supreme this past fall. The Water

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SPORTS PROGRAMS F Fifteen Student-Athletes Ink NLIs ifteen student-athletes committed to playing in the collegiate ranks on November 11, 2015, during the Fall Calvert Hall Athletic Recognition Ceremony. Eleven lacrosse players, three baseball players, and one basketball player committed their talents to the collegiate level. alvert Hall Athletic Director and longtime baseball coach, Lou Eckerl, was inducted into the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame on Saturday, February 6, 2016. Coach Eckerl has accumulated a 402–116 record with a .776 winning percentage. C Lou Eckerl Inducted into Hall of Fame BASEBALL ``Ian Elliott, Johns Hopkins University ``Philip LoMedico, Salisbury University ``Trevor Sprinkle, Miami Dade College BASKETBALL ``Justin Gorham, Towson University LACROSSE ``Andrew Borkowicz, Salisbury University ``Timothy Certeza, Widener University ``Michael Fanshaw, Towson University ``Nicholas Fornadel, Florida Tech University ``John Kinnear, Villanova University ``Joseph McSorley, Boston University ``Ethan Mintzer, University of Maryland ``Connor Pearce, Boston University ``Patrick Regan, Union College ``George Rittenhouse, The United States Air Force Academy ``Brandon Warren, Salisbury University hanksgiving tasted a bit sweeter this year as the Cardinals defeated the Dons 7–0 at M&T Bank Stadium for the 96th Annual Turkey Bowl. Danny Collins ’16 co-created the game day program. T Turkey Bowl Victory We are very proud of our student-athlete accomplishments —in the pool, on the court, on the track, and on the field. Congratulations! T MIAA All-Conference Boasts 13 Calvert Hall Student-Athletes hirteen CHC student-athletes were named to their respective MIAA All-Conference teams. The teams were selected by coaches of the member MIAA schools. SOCCER VOLLEYBALL WATER POLO FOOTBALL Cardinal Magazine ``B.J. Watson ’17 ``Morgan Scroggins ’16 ``Tyshon Fogg ’17 ``Sam Loeffler ’16 ``Jeff Schaefer ’16 ``Camilo Sanchez ’16 ``Dom Fullano ’16 ``Nate Bosse ’16 ``Nate Reynolds ’17 ``Brendan White ’16 ``Jeff Brady ’16 ``Alex Cappuccio ’16 ``Cullen Seipp ’16 13 Winter 2016

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