Catholic Memorial girls soccer team sets state record

Published on: 11/28/2012

The varsity girls soccer team at Catholic Memorial High School in Waukesha has been recognized for academic excellence by The National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

CMH will receive the NSCAA/adidas Academic All-American Team Award for the 14th consecutive year. The award is given to teams that demonstrate “exemplary performance in the classroom.” 
The girls earned a 3.74 average G.P.A. during the 2011-2012 school year, one of the highest grade point averages of all schools in the country.  The NSCAA will recognize the team at the NSCAA national convention in Indianapolis, Ind. in January.
It is the only team in Wisconsin to have won 14 consecutive Academic All-American Team Awards.
The CMH girls’ soccer team has won 12 conference titles, 8 WISAA and WIAA state championships, and a NSCAA national championship.
 The girls on the soccer team also help handicapped children of Waukesha County through the TOPSoccer program which will begin its tenth year in January 2013.