Christian Brothers College High School

Thirty Student-Athletes Make College Commitments

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Thirty CBC Student-Athletes Make College Commitments

Christian Brothers College High School is proud to announce that thirty student-athletes have made commitments to continue their academic and athletic careers in college. While at CBC, these young men have grown spiritually, served their community, received a premier education and helped lead the school to multiple state championships in athletic competition.

“Like all of our students, these young men hold a wide range of strengths and talents and we are proud to celebrate them today,” said CBC Principal Tim Seymour. “We have cheered for them in athletics and they have continually impressed us in the classroom and through their service to the community. Their accomplishments have built on our school’s strong history, and while they will leave our campus at the end of the school year, they are forever a part of the CBC brotherhood.”

CBC Athletic Director Dr. A.G. “Rocky” Streb applauds the accomplishments of the group.

“This is a great group of young men,” Streb said. “They have taken advantage of all that CBC has to offer and we are thrilled that athletics has played a role in their development. We appreciate the hard work they have put in here at CBC and we will cheer them on as they continue their careers as student-athletes.”

Baseball

Dan Ampleman – Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Blake Charlton – University of Missouri

Roy Moore – Northwest Missouri State University

Jeff Nicolas – Illinois College

Donovan Psaris – Lindenwood University

Owen Pyatt – Quincy University

Drake Salsman – Jefferson College

Alec Whaley – Murray State University

 

Basketball

Jordan Barnes – Indiana State University

Duane Clark – University of Missouri Kansas City

Christian Willis – Arkansas State University

 

Cross Country / Track and Field

Reed Sahadevan – University of Tulsa

August Bindbeutel – Missouri University of Science and Technology

 

Football

Lamar Anderson – Ball State University

Tre Bryant  – University of Nebraska

Rashon Davis – Eastern Michigan University

Ty Feeney – Washington University in St. Louis

Dominique Gatewood – Quincy University

Justin Lewis – University of South Dakota

Nino Schmitt – Missouri University of Science and Technology

Miles Taylor – Robert Morris University

Nick Wheeler – Colgate University

 

Lacrosse

John Paul Saracino – Benedictine University

 

Soccer

Patrick Alsmeyer – Rockhurst University

Luke Berra – St. Louis College of Pharmacy

John Huber – Rockhurst University

AJ Palazzolo – Indiana University

Brandon Santel – Lipscomb University

Adam Wittenauer – Truman State University

 

Tennis

Daniel Wolf – Methodist University

  

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