Congratulations to wrestler Michael Bigler ‘20 who placed 3rd in the 113-pound weight class at the CCS Championships. Michael qualified for the state competition in Bakersfield which begins this week. Kudos to Michael and to all of our wrestlers and coaches for another great season!
Get ready to bid early and and often in Riordan’s online auction! All proceeds support tuition assistance.
At the Mission San Jose Band Review last weekend, the Archbishop Riordan High School Band took home the Grand Sweepstakes trophy, earning the most cumulative points in each group category. The Winter Guard, Drumline and Drum Majors all took home first-place awards, including Senior JP Jacinto and Freshman Allen Forte. On display in Riordan’s Main Office this week is perhaps the biggest trophy the school has ever received.
Riiny is a great student from the South Sudan and currently resides in Riordan’s boarding program. He just received the Most Inspirational Athlete award from Cal-High Sports. Watch this video about a great Crusader!
On January 25, Riordan will honor an outstanding alumnus, Philip Cazahous with the 2019 Chaminade Award. A member of Riordan’s great Class of 1970, Philip matriculated from Riordan to the University of San Francisco, where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in accounting. From there, he went on to launch a successful career as an accountant and investor. In recent years, Philip has served as a trusted advisor and friend of Riordan in his role as a member of the school’s Board of Trustees. “Neither the Restani Gym Renovation nor the Riordan Field Project would have been possible without Philip’s leadership and extraordinary financial commitment to those campaigns,” said Director of Development John Ring. “He has been a wise, principled, and dedicated friend of the school for many years, and is a true role model for all Crusaders.”
View past Chaminade Award recipients here