Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Girls' Soccer Earns 12th Consecutive Academic Team Award

Catholic Memorial Varsity Girls’ Soccer Team
Earns 12th Consecutive
NSCAA/adidas Academic All-American Team Award

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America has once again recognized the academic excellence that the members of the Catholic Memorial High School Varsity Girls’ soccer team continue to achieve. For the 12th consecutive year, CMH will receive the NSCAA/adidas Academic All-American Team Award. The Varsity girls’ soccer team at Catholic Memorial earned the highest G.P.A. of all schools in Wisconsin with a 3.71 average G.P.A. during the 2010-2011 school year. The team will be recognized at the NSCAA national convention in Kansas City this January.

Most notable, the Catholic Memorial Girls’ Soccer Team is one of only nine teams in the country to have earned NSCAA Academic All-American Team honors for every year that the award has existed.

The CMH girls’ soccer team has also excelled on the field over the course of these eight years, winning 12 Classic 8 conference titles, 7 WISAA and WIAA state titles, and a NSCAA national championship.

In addition, the girls on the soccer team continue their service to the handicapped children of Waukesha County through the TOPSoccer program. In our ninth year of the program, the winter TOPSoccer season begins on Saturday, January 21st. All are welcome to join us sustain the tradition of Caritas in Omnibus through TOPSoccer service here at Catholic Memorial. Please arrive at 8:45am to play with these remarkable children until 10am each Saturday.

Congratulations to all of the girls who work so hard in the classroom, on the field, and in the community to earn these honors and sustain important Christian service.

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