When Tommy Hannan first set foot onto the campus of Mount Saint Joseph High School as a 14-year-old freshman, he didn’t know where the future would lead him. But like many Mount Men, his hard work and dedication elevated him to unexpected heights, including winning a gold medal for the United States at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia.
Greetings, MSJ Sports Fans! On Friday, October 9, I had the chance to interview Coach St. Martin, Varsity Soccer Head Coach. I also had the chance to speak to Joe Clark, one of the Varsity starters. I asked both of them to describe the team with one word, Joey […]
On Wednesday, October 7 at Plevyak Field, the MSJ Fresh/Soph Football used a combination of a potent offense and a stifling defense to shut out Kent Island 32-0. Their next game is Wednesday, October 14 against rival Archbishop Spalding. In the first meeting between the two teams, Spalding […]
These playoffs are shaping up to be one of the most exciting and unpredictable playoffs in recent memory.
Capt. Brandon Taylor MSJ ’03/ USMA ’07 speaking to Mr. Breen’s Freshmen Theology classes on October 6, 2015. His focus for the visit? Imparting wisdom and guidance about service and commitment. Captain Brandon Taylor ’03 visits with Mr. Breen and speaks to Freshmen Theology classes.
On Wednesday, September 30, Mount Saint Joseph Varsity Soccer scored two goals against St. Paul’s school, which was just enough in a tightly contested game. The final score was 2-1, St. Joe.