Caitlin Clark: Catholic Basketball Star Going Pro

As women’s basketball phenom Caitlin Clark plans to turn pro next season, one thing she will bring with her that has been a presence throughout her basketball career and life is her faith. 

Caitlin Clark: Catholic Hoops Star Driving Women to New Heights

When Caitlin Clark was a sophomore at Dowling Catholic High School in West Des Moines, Iowa — already nationally ranked the No. 1 women’s basketball player in her class — she told a local newspaper that the school was special because it allowed her to live out her faith. 

Coach Finds Strength in Hoops During Cancer Battle

The Msgr. McClancy H.S. girls’ varsity basketball team has dedicated this season to assistant coach Shannon Stenz, center, who is in remission from cancer. (Photo: Courtesy of Shannon Stenz)

CHSAA Captains Club Stresses Catholic Values of Sports

We’re lucky here in the Diocese of Brooklyn to have a competitive CHSAA sports program across all three seasons. The main factor that sets us apart is located right in the acronym. The “C” in CHSAA stands for “Catholic,” and a newly formed club has adopted the mission to keep the primary emphasis on the C in CHSAA. 

Msgr. King Hoops Tourney Highlights the Holiday Break

New tournament director, same exceptional tournament experience. Once again, the 53rd annual Msgr. King Memorial Basketball Tournament returned to the iconic green floor at St. Thomas Aquinas Parish, Flatlands, Dec. 26-30. For the first time, the parish sports association’s new director, Brian Shea, ran the festivities, and it was a smashing success.