Athletic Director's Message

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 86% of our student body is involved in athletics and join the rich tradition that has produced many outstanding men and women in the past sixty-three 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: golf, and tennis as well as boys and girls cross-country, girls volleyball competes in the Camino Real League. 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 girls basketball, boys and girls soccer, boys basketball compete 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 ensure that many of our student-athletes receive college scholarships at prestigious colleges such as Notre Dame, Harvard, Brown, USC, Stanford, Berkeley, and UCLA. Approximately 97% of our student body moves on to college.

Two hundred and sixty four [264] student-athletes participated in a fall sport 2019. Academically during the fall grading period, 47 student-athletes posted a 4.0 GPA; 66 earned a 3.5 or better, and 65 posted a 3.0 or higher. Girls Cross Country won the Del Rey League and Football won the Mission League championship. 

Two hundred and eighty-three  [283] student-athletes competed in winter sports 2019-2020. As of the first-semester final grade report, 68 student-athletes posted a 4.0 GPA; 61 earned a 3.5 or better, and 92 posted a 3.0 or higher. Girls Basketball won the CIF-SS Championship, and Girls Soccer won the Del Rey league title. 

Four hundred and two [402] student-athletes were on a spring sports roster 2020. The second-semester grade report 110 student-athletes posted a 4.0 GPA; 78 earned a 3.5 or better, and 131 had a 3.0 or higher. 

Lastly, the CIF-SS Academic Team Awards 2019-2020 have been posted and I am pleased to announce the list of varsity teams that have a GPA of 3.0 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 29) and (Juniors, Sophomores, Freshman) May 30.

CIF-SS Academic Award results can be viewed on the following link:

https://cifss.org/awards/academic-awards/


BOYS’ SPORT

PARTICIPANTS

TEAM GPA

GIRLS’ SPORT

PARTICIPANTS

TEAM GPA

Volleyball

19

3.33

Volleyball

13

3.18

Cross Country

12

3.40

Cross Country

15

3.36

Tennis

15

3.29

Tennis

15

3.41

Golf

13

3.27

Golf

8

3.39

Swimming


20

3.17

Swimming

40

3.32

Wrestling

DNQ

 

Basketball

17

3.51

Basketball

15

3.24

Softball

21

3.34

Baseball

21

3.15

Soccer

28

3.41

Soccer

21

3.14

Track

40

3.33

Football

61

3.15

Wrestling                  

Track

78

3.30

 Cheer

            42

3.38 

 

Academic Male Athlete of the Year - Roberto Centeno, Swim

Academic Female Athlete of the Year - Lucia Morales, Swim

*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 always a great day to be a Lancer!

 
Michael J. Manzo
Athletic Director