Spring sports are well underway at St. Margaret's, continuing a successful athletic year for the Tartans. Collegiate Athletic Commitments
Sixteen St. Margaret's scholar-athletes have committed to continuing their academic and athletic pursuits at some of the nation's top colleges and universities. With a heavy concentration of football and lacrosse athletes, these Tartans are looking to make an impact on a larger stage next year.
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National Letter of Intent signing periods. CIF, State, Individual and Regional Championships
The Tartans have brought home the gold on more than one occasion this year with CIF championships for the cross country programs
, a CIF state championship for boys cross country
, a CIF individual championship for Jackson Adelman
and a CIF regional championship in girls soccer
. League Championships
The Tartans have nailed down five league championships so far in football, boys and girls cross country and boys and girls soccer. League MVPs
St. Margaret's were led to those league championships by four league MVPs: Robbie Graham in boys cross country, Claire Mullen in girls cross country, Tomas Anderson Comas in boys soccer and Charlotte Jones in girls soccer. Coaches of the Year
Four St. Margaret's coaches have been honored as league coach of the year: Kory Minor in football, Patrick Bendzick in cross country, Pete Carey in boys soccer and Johnny Marmelstein in girls soccer. Coach Marmelstein also reached an important milestone with 500 career wins
. All-CIF and All-State Awards
An outstanding seven Tartans have been named All-CIF in their respective sports: Andi Carnell in cross country, Charlotte Jones in cross country, Robbie Graham in cross country, Chris Chan in cross country, Jackson Adelman in cross country, Gracyn Benck in volleyball and Koa Todd
in football. Carnell and Adelman were also named
All-State in cross country this past fall.