TROJAN THURSDAY 5/17/18

Welcome to Trojan Thursday – So what exactly is Trojan Thursday? Trojan Thursday is a weekly email/online blog to give the UNI community an update on what is happening with our UNI athletic teams and will also give information as to major events that are happening on campus.  If you would like to receive Trojan Thursday each week please go to https://unitrojanthursday.wordpress.com and type in your email address. You will receive a notice each week when Trojan Thursday is posted. Please help spread the word about Trojan Thursday so everyone can hear how our athletes are doing.

What’s Happening on Campus

Athletic Clearance

It is time to get cleared for Sports for the 2018-2019 School Year!  Complete the clearance process online at www.athleticclearance.com and bring the signed “Confirmation Page” to the Athletics Office to complete the process.  Sports Physicals must be completed AFTER May 1, 2018.   Athletes must get a new physical and go through the clearance process each year.

Summer Camp Information

Summer Camp Brochures are available in the Athletics Office and online here: http://www.universityhigh.org/athletics/summer-athletic-camps

Bring completed Registration forms and payment to the S.A.C.

Spring Sports Update

Boys Golf

The boys team finished Team CIF at Miles Square Golf Course with a 7th place finish out of 20 schools. This is a testament to the strength of our league. We finished 5th in Pacific Coast League but 7th in CIF. That’s amazing.

Today, freshman George Lu is in Santa Barbara at Rancho San Marcos Golf Course playing in individual CIF. This is the qualifier for the State Championship.

Go Uni! Go George!!

Boys Swimming

Six of our top swimmers are traveling to the State Swim Championship in Fresno today.  They will be competing on Friday and Saturday.  Best of luck boys!

Girls Swimming

The CIF SS Div 1 Championship meet was held last week at Riverside Community College.

Preliminaries were Thursday with the top 18 in each event returning for finals on Saturday.

In the individual events, Claire Jang finished 23rd with a time just off her season best of 24.80.   Both Jang and Alondra Ortiz had lifetime best times in the 100 fly, Ortiz finishing 22nd with a 58.28 and Jang finishing 24th with a 58.42.  Ortiz had another lifetime best of 57.98 in the 100 back and qualified 18th making finals where she finished 18th as well. Kate Weiland swam a season best time in the 100 breaststroke finishing 24th.

The 200 Medley Relay team of Ortiz, Weiland, Isabella Pagano and Jang were 17th after prelims and swam an almost identical time in finals again finishing in 17th place.  Ortiz had a lifetime best 50 back split of 27.39 in finals.

The 200 Freestyle relay team of Pagano, Leila Mirsafian, Anne Iwata and Jang dropped 1.66 seconds from their best previous time moving up from 24th seed to qualify for finals in the 17th spot.  They dropped another 0.18 in finals to finish 18th with a 1:40.20.

The  400 Freestyle relay team of  Ortiz, Weiland, Ortiz, Iwata and  Mirsafian dropped an amazing 3.41 seconds from their entry time to move up from 33rd seed to finish 25th.

This concludes the 2018 Swimming and Diving season.

Good-bye, good luck, and thank you to our graduating senior swimmers:  Mabel Guo, Anne Iwata, Claire Jang, Alondra Ortiz, Jennifer Tseng, Jessica Wong, and Ashley Yang!

Boys Tennis

The top ranked boys tennis team lost a heartbreaking semi-final match 8-10 to Peninsula high school on Wednesday.  Junior Aditya Gupta, who committed to UPENN, had an incredible day.  Aditya defeated the #1 player from Peninsula who will be attending and playing for Cal next year 7 to 5.  He also won his other two matches 6-0 and 6-0.

The boys will regroup and get ready for the state tournament which begins next Friday.

Track & Field

Girls Track and Field had our top athletes competing at the Division 1 CIF Prelims this past weekend at Trabuco Hills High School. Many of our girls finished their season running personal bests. Collette Lowengrub capped off her impressive freshman season, running in the 1600 and 3200. She ran a lifetime best of 11:15 in the 3200m and placed 17th overall in a very competitive race. She now ranks in the top 10 freshmen in the entire CIF Southern Section. Sara Sussman tied her personal best time in the 800, running 2:22. In the 300 hurdles, Daria Shkel ran a season best time of 46.60. We look forward to having many of these young athletes back with us next year. Great season Uni Girls Track!

Boys Track finished their season last weekend at the D1 CIF prelims. Our high jumpers matched their lifetime best of 6’ for Sam Kammerman and 6’ 2” for Evan Pariser. The 4 x 100 gave it their best but came up short ( Thomas Manalo, Austin Lake, Jeremy Koo and Faris Qaisi). Faris also competed as an individual in the 200m but had to slow up coming across the finish line after reinjuring his hamstring. Go Boys Trojan Track and Field!

Here is a look at this week’s UNI Athletics events
(Home events in Blue)

Thursday, May 17th
Boys Golf CIF Championship @ Rancho San Marcos Golf Course – 7:30 a.m.

Friday, May 25th
Boys Tennis So Cal Regional Championship @ Claremont Club – Time TBA

GO TROJANS!

UNI Athletics small

Advertisements

TROJAN THURSDAY 5/10/18

Welcome to Trojan Thursday – So what exactly is Trojan Thursday? Trojan Thursday is a weekly email/online blog to give the UNI community an update on what is happening with our UNI athletic teams and will also give information as to major events that are happening on campus.  If you would like to receive Trojan Thursday each week please go to https://unitrojanthursday.wordpress.com and type in your email address. You will receive a notice each week when Trojan Thursday is posted. Please help spread the word about Trojan Thursday so everyone can hear how our athletes are doing.

What’s Happening on Campus

Athletic Clearance It is time to get cleared for Sports for the 2018-2019 School Year!  Complete the clearance process online at www.athleticclearance.com and bring the signed “Confirmation Page” to the Athletics Office to complete the process.  Sports Physicals must be completed AFTER May 1, 2018.   Athletes must get a new physical and go through the clearance process each year.

Sign up for Summer Camp!  Please turn in Summer Camp Registration Forms and Checks payable to University High School to the S.A.C. Final Sports Camp Poster

 

Spring Sports Update

Baseball

The U*N*I Baseball Team concludes the regular season today at Beckman High School.  The U*N*I Team had a huge win last Friday, defeating Woodbridge, 7-5.  The win gave the U*N*I Team the series and insured a winning record for the season.  The U*N*I Team will find out Monday at 10am is they will make the playoffs.

Boys Golf

This week was the start of individual and team CIF.  George Lu finished with 68 (-4) Monday 5/7/18 at Sky Links Golf Course at CIF Individuals. That is good for 3rd place finish among 120 players!!! This is an amazing accomplishment for such a strong field. He finished 1st among ALL Pacific Coast League Players! This CIF Southern Section Southern Division Individual is considered the toughest of the 3 divisions. He is now among the top 20 players from Southern Division to qualify for Individual Championship & SCGA Qualifying Tournament for the right to play The Southern Regional State Tournament. He will be joined by the top 20 players from 2 other divisions. They will be traveling to San Marcos Golf Course in Santa Barbara next Thursday 5/17/18.

The team also qualified for CIF. We will play our first round at Miles Square Golf Course next Monday 5/14/18. The top 2 teams will move on and join George Lu in Santa Barbara.

Every member of the team has worked and contributed to getting to this point and should be congratulated.  They all worked hard to improve their game.  Now we will need some good golf and a bit of luck to move on!

Softball

Uni Softball finished their season yesterday celebrating their seniors and families. A bittersweet day as one chapter ends for these seniors and another begins. Peyton Mattson, Zoe Manjarrez and Janette Oh were our trio of captains.  Although not the outcome we had hoped for, our season highlight was pulling out our win against Woodbridge 14-13 in 8 innings.  This was the first win in over 15 games against Woodbridge and we spoiled their perfect season with our amazing battle and win!  Great job Trojans, you are better every day!!

Boys Swimming

The boys swim team will be competing in the CIF Prelims today at Riverside City College.  We have 14 boys going from our school.  Best of luck boys!

Girls Swimming

Last Friday at the Pacific Coast League Championship Finals, the Varsity girls finished in 4th place, moving up one spot from their 5th place finish last year.  The JV girls finished 5th and the Open division girls finished 4th for a combined girls overall 4th place finish.

There were many outstanding swims during the championship meet.  The 200 Medley A relay of Alondra Ortiz, Kate Weiland, Isabella Pagano, and Claire Jang dropped 1.52 seconds from their seed time with a season best CIF consideration time 1:50.02, only 0.02 off the CIF Automatic time for 4th place, with each swimmer recording season best splits. The B relay of Lia Cui, Danica Wong, Savannah Cruz and Ira Chaturvedi dropped 4.11 seconds off their seed time for 12th and a CIF consideration time.

In the 200 free, Cruz had a whopping 4.63 second time drop, for a season best 2:04.26, to move up from 14th seed to 11th. Chloe Johansson was 16th in that event with a 2 second time drop from her season best during prelims.

In the 200 IM, Weiland finished 9th winning the consolation final, with Marta Meinardi 14th with a season best time and Kristina Yan 15th.

In the 50 free, Jang was 4th, Pagano 12th, and Mirsafian 15th.

In the 100 fly, Ortiz was 6th with a lifetime best of 58.83 and Jang was just behind her in 7th with a season best 58.91. Pagano finished 13th just .01 off her season best with a 1:01.2.

In the 100 free, Mirsafian finished 11th and Sarah Sharifi finished 15th also with a season best time.

In the 500 free Cruz finished 9th, Mirsafian 10th, Cui 13th and Johansson 14th. Both Cruz and Meinardi had big time drops with Cruz dropping 7.77 seconds and Meinardi droping 5.26 seconds from their prelim times.

In the 200 free relay, the A relay of Anne Iwata, Pagano, Mirsafian and Jang finished 4th lowering their CIF consideration time to 1:42.04.  The B relay of Johansson, JenniferTseng, Cui and Sharifi finished 14th with a 1.42 second time drop from their seed time.

In the 100 backstroke, Ortiz finished 6th and in the 100 breaststroke, Weiland was also 6th in a season best 1:08.90, followed by Wong in 8th, also with a season best, 1:11.43.  Yuuri Yoshikawa won the consolation final in 9th, with a season best 1:11.18.

In the final event, the 400 free relay, the A relay of Iwata, Ortiz, Weiland and Mirsafian dropped an amazing 4.03 seconds to finish 6th, and the B relay of Yoshikawa, Sharifi, Meinardi and Cruz finished 12th dropping an even more amazing 7.10 seconds from their seed time, both teams with CIF consideration times.

Last Saturday, the swimmers who officially qualified to swim in this week’s CIF-SS, Division I Championships were announced.  Swimmers are allowed to swim a maximum of 2 individual events and 2 relays.

Both our divers, sophomore Tamar Azik and freshman Laurel Jin qualified for CIF, diving this past Tuesday in the prelims and finishing 23rd and 24th.

The following swimmers will be representing Uni  at CIF prelims today:

Claire Jang: 50 free, 100 fly, 200 medley relay, 200 free relay

Alondra Ortiz :  100 fly, 100 back, 200 medley relay, 400 free relay

Kate Weiland:  100 breast, 200 medley relay, 400 free relay

Isabella Pagano, 200 medley relay, 200 free relay,400 free relay

Anne Iwata:  200 medley relay ,200 free relay, 400 free relay

Leila Mirsafian: 200 medley relay, 200 free relay ,400 free relay,

Savanna Cruz:  200 medley relay,200 free relay, 400 free relay

Sarah Sharifi : 200 free relay, 400 free relay

Yuuri Yoshikawa: 200 medley relay, 200 free relay, 400 free relay

The CIF meet will be held at the Riverside Community College Aquatics Center.  Prelims are today, Thursday, May 10 at 9a, with finals Saturday, May 12 at 4p.  Good luck, swimmers!

Boys Tennis

Last Thursday Seniors Patryk Kozlowski and Julian Lafond won the doubles title at the Pacific Coast League individual championships.  The boys will now represent Uni in the CIF individual tournament next week.  Yesterday the boys defeated Loyola High School 16 to 2 in the first round of the CIF team playoffs.  The Trojans are the top ranked team in D-I and will travel to Redlands high on Friday for a 2nd round of playoff match.  Finally, Aditya Gupta, Naevin Anukornchaikul, Patryk Kozlowski and Julian Lafond were all named to the “All Pacific Coast League First Team”.  We are so proud of our boys and the continued success of the Uni boys tennis program.

Pacific Coast League boys tennis finals offer a surprise in doubles

By DAN ALBANO | dalbano@scng.com | Orange County Register
PUBLISHED: May 7, 2018 at 3:01 pm | UPDATED: May 7, 2018 at 3:02 pm

The strongest boys tennis league in Orange County produced one surprise and one expected winner during its championships last week.

Stefan Dostanic of Woodbridge defended his Pacific Coast League singles crown with an 8-2 victory against Nick Wang of Northwood at Irvine.

Dostanic, a rising junior, continued a hot streak that added the singles title at the recent Ojai tournament.

In doubles, University’s Patryk Kozlowski and Julian LaFond upset defending champion Leo Hibi and Paul Diamantopoulos of Woodbridge, 8-6. Hibi and Diamantopoulos made the semifinals at Ojai, helping the Warriors claim the team title.

By reaching the league championship matches, Dostanic, Wang and the teams of Kozlowski-LaFond and Hibi-Diamantopoulos qualified for CIF individual championships.

Track & Field

The Boys track team finished their League Finals last Friday with many personal best on the season and for some their life time best. This Saturday we will be competing at CIF prelims at Trabuco Hills High School. In the sprints we will have Thomas Manalo, Austin Lake, Jeremy Koo, Matt Tang and Faris Qaisi in the 4 x 100. In the 200, we will have Faris Qaisi. The field events will be represented by Sam Kammerman and Evan Pariser in the High Jump. We hope for success to compete another day. Go Trojan Track and Field.

Girls Track had a great showing at the Pacific Coast League Finals with many top 5 finishes and CIF qualifiers. Freshman Collette Lowengrub continues her impressive season, as she placed 1st in the 3200 and 2nd in the 1600, moving her on to CIF in both events. Our other individual winner was Sara Sussman, placing 1st in the varsity 800. More CIF qualifiers include Daria Shkel, who placed 2nd in the 300 hurdles and Amber Sun who finished 3rd in the high jump. We look forward to watching these girls compete at the Division 1 CIF Prelims this Saturday at Trabuco Hills High School. GO UNI TRACK!

Here is a look at this week’s UNI Athletics events
(Home events in Blue)

Thursday, May 10th
Swimming CIF Prelims @ Riverside City College – 9:00 a.m.
Baseball @ Beckman – 3:30

Friday, May 11th
Boys Tennis @ Redlands – CIF Playoff Match – 3:00 p.m.

Saturday, May 12th 
Track & Field CIF Prelims @ Trabuco Hills – 11:00 a.m.
Swimming CIF Finals @ Riverside City College – 4:00 p.m.

Monday, May 14th
Boys Golf Team Championships @ Mile Square Golf Course – 8:00 a.m.
Boys Tennis – Potential CIF Playoff Match – Location TBA – 3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, May 16th
Boys Tennis – CIF Semi Finals (Tentative) – 3:00 p.m.

Go Trojans!

UNI Athletics small

TROJAN THURSDAY 5/3/18

Welcome to Trojan Thursday – So what exactly is Trojan Thursday? Trojan Thursday is a weekly email/online blog to give the UNI community an update on what is happening with our UNI athletic teams and will also give information as to major events that are happening on campus.  If you would like to receive Trojan Thursday each week please go to https://unitrojanthursday.wordpress.com and type in your email address. You will receive a notice each week when Trojan Thursday is posted. Please help spread the word about Trojan Thursday so everyone can hear how our athletes are doing.

What’s Happening on Campus

The Boys Basketball team was well represented at the recent 53rd Orange County All Star game held on Saturday, April 21st at Cypress College in front of over 2,000 fans.  Alex Bray scored ten points to go with a number of great passes to lead the South All Stars to a 113 – 87 victory over the North County All Stars.  Coach Mike Dinneen served as the head coach for the South All Stars while University assistant coaches Kenny Shin and James Roth helped out in the win.

Spring Signing Event:  We had our final signing event of the year during office hours on Wednesday, May 2nd.  We honored 8 of our top athletes that will be moving on to play their sport in college.  Congratulations to everyone who participated!

Signing Day 5.2.18

From Left: Kahi Rodrigues, Westmont College (Baseball), Alondra Ortiz, Cal State East Bay (Swimming), Janette Oh, Wheaton College (Softball), Peyton Mattson, Penn State Beaver (Softball, Claire Jang, Occidental College (Swimming), Daniel Dolan, Amherst College (Football), Naevin Anukornchaikul, Johns Hopkins (Tennis), Alex Bray, Air Force Academy (Basketball).  We would also like to congratulate Patryk Kozlowski who was unable to attend the signing.  He will be playing tennis for Caltech next year.

Athletic Clearance  It is time to get cleared for Sports for the 2018-2019 School Year!  Complete the clearance process online at www.athleticclearance.com and bring the signed “Confirmation Page” to the Athletics Office to complete the process.  Sports Physicals must be completed AFTER May 1, 2018.   Athletes must get a new physical and go through the clearance process each year.

Summer Camp Information  Summer Camp Brochures are available in the Athletics Office and online here: http://www.universityhigh.org/athletics/summer-athletic-camps.  Bring completed Registration forms and payment to the S.A.C.

Spring Sports Update

Baseball

U*N*I Baseball has it’s Game of the Week this Friday, 3:30, versus Woodbridge.  Senior Day is Tuesday, 5/8, versus Beckman HS.  The recognition of the Seniors will start at 3:00, with the game following at 3:30.  Come out and support!

Boys Golf

The boys golf team finished their regular season yesterday with a 2 day league finals held at Sky Links Golf Course in Long Beach.  Of the 6 Uni golfers, 3 made it into the second round.  The 1st day cut was only 6 over par of 78!  After 36 holes of golf, one Uni golfer qualified for Individual CIF – George Lu.  It’s an astounding accomplishment to be one of top 9 players in the toughest golf league in Orange County!  George finished tied for 4th place with a 3 over par 147 after 36 holes.  Congratulations on this amazing accomplishment.

Our veteran player, Connor O’Brien started the day tied for 2nd place after 1st day round of -2, 70.  He struggled down the stretch and finished with 78 and tied for 3 other Woodbridge players for the last 3 spots of the 9 qualifiers.  Connor lost in a sudden death playoff.  It’s a heart breaker but I know he will bounce back stronger next year!  He will lead our team into 1st round of Team CIF the week of May 14th!

Although we finished with a record of 3-14, our average score of 198 is good to place top 3 in any other league in the county!  We had many close matches this year and I am very proud of all our players.  Each and every one of them improved on their scoring averages!

Congrats to George Lu!

Boys Lacrosse

What an amazing display of Irvine talent at the OTC end of season tournament. Woodbridge finished 2nd in the Pacific Coast League and #18 overall, finishing the season with an OTC crown, defeating two time defending champ Northwood. What a great Irvine school district lacrosse season! #Irvinelacrosserising

University HS Boy’s lacrosse started off strong this season and had plans for a top finish in the league after posting their strongest winning season with 9 wins in 2017. Returning captain and 4 year starter Nick Khamseh lead all Uni scorers for the third straight season with a steady output every contest. Most teams would try to “shut-off” Nick, but he would still produce even under the toughest pressure. Many of the seniors experienced both the agony of defeat and the thrill of victory, with tough seasons their first years without a win to the ultimate, the best record ever, a true testament to their character.

As their coach I am so impressed and proud of the level of skill that the players have exhibited and the mark of that these players will leave on the program as it builds towards the future.

Girls Lacrosse

Girls Lacrosse wrapped up an amazing season yesterday.  After completing season with an historic 13-3 record, the Lady Trojans were seeded 11th in the county, qualifying for the US Lacrosse post-season tournament for the second straight season.  Pitted against 6th place Aliso Niguel, the girls played a strong match.  After falling behind 5-1 in the opening four minutes of the game, the team re-grouped and re-organized their defensive play and went on a scoring streak to end the half, 7-5.  Taking advantage of a penalty against Aliso in the second half, the Lady Trojans scored three unanswered goals to take the lead, 8-7.  Although it didn’t last, it was a spectacular performance and one of which the team should be proud.  Ashley Chandler (Sr.) led the team with 5 goals, Mya Wang (Fr.) contributed 3, and Molly Pirus (Sr.), Makenzie Field (Jr.) and Grace Colunga (So.) rounded out the goals.  Gracelyn Caceros (Jr.) had an awesome night in goal, making 12 stops!  Though saddened to see the season draw to a close, the team had an amazing season, of which they are tremendously proud.  If you see a lacrosse player walking around, congratulate them on a remarkable year!

Softball

Congratulations to Softball for their win against Corona Del Mar on Tuesday.  The Trojans came out ahead 6-2.  The girls will be playing Irvine today (5/3) at home at 3:30 p.m.  Come out and support!

Boys Swimming

The Uni boys swim team started their League Finals yesterday with a strong showing at Prelims. Both the JV and Varsity levels will be shooting to finish in the top two in at League Finals, aspiring to catch Northwood, and hold off CDM. In the sprint freestyle events, Senior Max Tello, Junior Aaron Lee, and Sophomores Kai Yoshizaki and Brian Lou positioned themselves to place high in Friday’s Finals. In the middle-distance freestyle events, Senior Aidan Yong and Sophomore Caedon Ng placed top 3 in Prelims, and will look to upset Northwood’s top qualifier. The Uni Varsity 200 Free Relay has already posted a time that is under the Pacific Coast League record that we set last year, and we will look to claim the new record on Friday.

The Open boys division closed up yesterday with a strong 2nd place finish overall! Most of the swimmers on this roster put down lifetime bests, and were highly competitive for taking home the championship. Sophomores Daniel Jin and Larry Tsao, and freshmen Hayden Shulman and Pravir Gurukar all had strong top-6 performances in their individual events.

Girls Swimming

The girls swim team is competing in the Pacific Coast League Championship meet this week.  Prelims for Varsity and JV and Championship Finals for the Open division took place Tuesday at the Wollette Aquatic Center near Irvine High.  The Open girls finished in 4th place in their division.  Many Open division swimmers had best times and scored points for their team.

The top 16 JV and Varsity swimmers in each event will compete again in finals this Friday.  Uni goes into finals with 21 individual Varsity top 16 qualifying swims, and 13 in the JV division.   Senior Captains Alondra Ortiz ( 6th, 100 fly and 100 back)  and Claire Jang ( 3rd, 50 free, 7th, 100 fly)  both qualified in the top 8 in both of their individual events and Sophomores Kate Weiland (6th)and Danica Wong (8th) both qualified in the top 8 in breaststroke, with junior Yuuri Yoshikawa finishing in 11th place. Weilan also qualified 9th n the 200 IM with freshman Kristina Yan 16th in that same event.   Freshman Marta Meinardi qualified 13th in the 200 IM and was 9th (with a 2 second time drop) in the 500 free, with Sophomore Savanna Cruz (10th, with a 2.5 second drop), and freshman Lia Cui (12th) and Chloe Johansson (13th) also making finals in that distance event.  Cruz (14th) and Johansson (16th, with a 2.3 second drop) also will be returning for finals in the 200 free.   Freshman Isabella Pagano (11th, 50 free and 11th, 100 fly) will be returning for finals with season best times in both those events.  Sophomore Leila Mirsafian returns in both the 50 free (11th) and 100 free (9th), and junior Sarah Sharifi (15th, with a 1.2 second time drop) also returns in the 100 free.

All relays will be contested on Friday.   Friday will also be the swimmers last chance to make CIF cuts in preparation for the CIF-SS Division I prelims and finals next week.  Good Luck Girls!

Boys Tennis

The boys tennis team finished the regular season with a 12 to 6 win over CdM on Tuesday.  Sophomores Soomin Lee and Cameron Sepahi led the way with a sweep at doubles.  The win moved the boys to 10 and 0 in Pacific Coast League play and 21 -1 overall.  The boys have now won 118 league matches in a row spanning 12 years.  The last time the boys lost a league match was in April 2006.  With 5 PCL teams consistently in the CIF D-I top ten, this is an incredible accomplishment.

In the PCL individual tournament finishing today, senior Naevin Anukornchaikul (Johns Hopkins) advanced to the semi-final round in singles while seniors Patryk Kozlowski (Cal Tech) and Julian Lafond advanced in doubles.  CIF team playoffs begin next Wednesday.

Track & Field

Girls Track is competing at the Pacific Coast League Finals this Friday. We have a solid group of varsity girls who are looking for big performances  and possible CIF qualifiers. These girls include Collette Lowengrub, Sara Sussman and Avery Klauke in the distance events, Daria Shkel in the hurdles, Harini Venkataganesh in the throws, and our girls 4x100m relay team of Daria Shkel, Lauryn Wood, Leyna Wood and Rovinya Ruhunage.  Come out on Friday evening to support to these girls and to watch some exciting races!

Boys Track competed in League prelims this last Tuesday here at Uni and we had many personal best on the day. League Finals are set for Friday and we have several athletes to watch. Faris Qaisi in the 100 and 200, Jeremy Koo in the 400, Faris, Jeremy, Austin Lake and Thomas Manalo in the 4 x100, Lee Mceligot and Adam Gish in the 800 and Evan Pariser and Sam Kammerman in the high Jump. If all goes well, look to see some of them moving on to CIF prelims next week. Go Trojan Track

Boys Volleyball

We finished up our regular season play on Tuesday with a dramatic 3 sets to 2 win over Beckman!  Bringing our final league record for the season to 5-5 and our overall record to 17-11 for the year.  This has been a great season and we are hoping to get a CIF playoff bid within the next couple of days.

17-18 Spring GOW Schedule

Sport Day Date Time Location Opponent
Boys Lacrosse Monday 3/19 4:00 Uni Stadium Northwood
Swimming  

Wednesday

 

3/21 3:15 UHS Pool Corona Del Mar
Boys Tennis Thursday 3/29 3:15 Uni Tennis Courts Woodbridge
Girls Lacrosse Wednesday 4/11 4:00 Uni Stadium Northwood
Boys Volleyball Tuesday 4/17 5:15 UHS Gym Northwood
Track & Field Thursday 4/19 3:00 Uni Stadium Woodbridge
Boys Golf Thursday 4/26 3:00 Strawberry Farms Beckman
Baseball Friday 5/4 3:30 UHS Baseball Field Woodbridge
Softball Wednesday 5/9 3:30 UHS Softball Field Beckman

Here is a look at this week’s UNI Athletics events
(Home events in Blue)

Thursday, May 3rd
Boys Tennis League Finals @ Irvine – Time TBA
Softball v Irvine – 3:30 p.m.

Friday, May 4th
Swimming League Finals @ Woollett Aquatics Center – 2:00 p.m.
***GOW***Baseball v Woodbridge – 3:30 p.m.
Track & Field Finals @ Uni – 4:00 p.m.

Monday, May 7th
Boys Golf CIF Individuals @ Skylinks – 1:00 p.m.
Softball @ Woodbridge – 3:30 p.m.

Tuesday, May 8th
Baseball v Beckman – 3:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 9th
Boys Tennis CIF Round 1 – Location TBA
***GOW***Softball v Beckman – 3:30 p.m.

GO TROJANS!

UNI Athletics small