To the Parents, Students, Alumni and Friends of Bishop Amat High School,
The Athletic department knows the value in providing the young men and women entrusted in our care with a quality Catholic and Amat education and we are happy to play a part in it.
Approximately 80% of our student body is involved in athletics and join the rich tradition that have produced many outstanding men and women in the past fifty-four years.
The majority of our sports teams compete in the Camino Del Rey Association. Fall sports (mid-August through mid-November) competing in the Del Rey League include: girls' volleyball, golf, and tennis as well as boys and girls cross-country. Football competes as a PAC-5 school in the Mission League. Winter sports (mid November through mid-February) that compete in the Del Rey League include boys and girls soccer and girls basketball, boys basketball competes in the Camino. Wrestling competes in the Mission League. Del Rey spring sports (mid February through May) include boys' baseball, golf, tennis and volleyball, coed swimming, and coed track & field as well as girls' softball.
Lastly, our high academic standards and competitiveness of our athletic programs insure that many of our student-athletes receive college scholarships at prestigious colleges such as Notre Dame, Stanford, Cal, USC, and UCLA. Approximately 97% of our student body moves on to college. Three hundred Thirteen  student athletes participated in a fall sport 2014. Academically during the fall grading period 8 student-athletes posted a 4.0 GPA; 69 earned a 3.5 or better, and 89 posted a 3.0 or higher. In regards to athletics, Tyler Vaughns was the Mission Football League MVP and Christain Wiley the Mission League Football Defensive MVP. In addition, twenty seven student athletes were recipients of All League honors. Lastly, Robbie Santoyo, Ally Palomino and Emily Hubert earned ALL-CIF and ALL - STATE honors in cross country.
One hundred ninety eight  student - athletes are presently competing in winter sports. As of the first semester final grade report, 3 student-athletes posted a 4.0 GPA; 50 earned a 3.5 or better, and 74 posted a 3.0 or higher.
For the spring season and final grade postings there were three hundred twenty eighty  student-athletes. 14 student-athletes posted a 4.0 GPA; 77 earned a 3.5 or better, and 134 posted a 3.0 or higher. Twenty student athletes earned All League honors. Scott Hurst was awarded the CIF-SS Baseball player of the Year, the San Gabriel Valley Baseball Player of the Year and named to the LA Times 1st Team. Alex Garcia and Sergio Robles earned 1st Team All - CIF baseball honors while Michael Palos and Issac Archer were named to the 2nd Team. For softball Amanda Sanchez was named to the 1st team All CIF and Alyssa Barerra earned a spot on the 2nd team.
Lastly, the CIF-SS Academic Team Awards 2013-2014 have been posted and I am pleased to announce the list of varsity teams that have a GPA of 3.00 or higher. Congratulations to all our student-athletes for their performance in the classroom. Recognition for this accomplishment is included in the Academic Awards Assemblies in May (Seniors May 21st) and June (Juniors, Sophomores, Freshman May 22nd)
Male Athlete of the Year - Michael Palos, Baseball 4.0 GPA*
Female Athlete of the Year - Noelle Quintana, Volleyball 3.94 GPA*
*4.0 Scale per CIF-SS.
Our Athletic department is here to help you and your student-athlete.
You can contact our staff by phone or email with any questions you may have.
It is a always a great day to be a Lancer!
Michael J. Manzo