athletes

Athletes weigh out physical pros, cons of year-round sports
By Henry Erlandson ’16 THE ROUNDUP Many people are aware that an hour of activity per day is a beneficial to health, especially for teens. But statistics have shown that teens who exercise more than seven hours a week may be at risk for serious injury. With more teens participating in sports, researchers from around the world, and more specifically Switzerland and Canada, set out to find the negative effects…
8 seniors commit to colleges, athletic programs
By Chase Bayless ’15 & J.P. Hajjar ’16 THE ROUNDUP  With graduation on the horizon, eight senior athletes have committed to continue playing their sport at the collegiate level. Seven of the eight commits signed letters of intent on National Signing Day Wednesday, Feb. 5, while another committed later. Austin Todd (AT) Hall ’14, an offensive lineman, committed to Stanford in late July of 2013 prior to his senior football…
Student athletes travel long distances to compete for teams
By P. Erik Meyer ’14 THE ROUNDUP Student athletes have always had busy schedules, but how does that schedule change when you have to factor in traveling long distances to compete for your school? Some athletes say that often times an away game can eat up another hour, two hours or even an entire weekend because of travel. “Most of our meets are in California, one of our upcoming regattas…
Close to 30 athletes headed for college play

Brophy athletics never fails to amaze, as nearly 30 students so far are heading to play their sport in college.

On the gridiron, there are five players looking to play football in college.

Max Leonesio ’10 will be going to Princeton University, Alex Garoutte ’10 will kick at Arizona State University and Hank Jenkins ’10 is going to the University of San Diego, according to football coach Mr. Scooter Molander.