Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Summer Camp Photos

Branson School at Trinity Alps
San Lorenzo Valley at Mammoth
Maria Carrillo and a few friends at Zephyr Cove
St. Joseph Notre Dame at Pinecrest
Alameda at Redwood Glen
Piner at Hendy Woods State Park
If you have pictures from a running camp your team attended, send it to me along with information at albertjcaruana@gmail.com and I will be happy to post.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like SJND is a lock to repeat as sexiest team

Anonymous said...

Albert, sorry for hi-jacking the comment section of this post...but this is urgent...

GALEN RUPP JUST WON A SILVER MEDAL IN THE 10K AND NEEDS AS MUCH ATTENTION AS POSSIBLE!

CAN WE GET A BLOG POST!!?

Albert Caruana said...

There you go.

Anonymous said...

Back to the post - these camp pictures with Maria Carillo and SJND are a good illustration of the difference between a D-II and D-V school. Excellence on both sides but with much less raw material (in the DV case).

Anonymous said...

yes i agree, dv is much obviously far more gorgeous than dII schools

FeltonFan said...

SLV with 40 kids - D4 with maybe 950 students. Awesome job Rob.

juggernaut said...

A ratio of 40 XC members out of a school population of 950 is just over 4% - a rate which is pretty much the norm for schools with strong XC programs, regardless of division. From the examples shown here, Maria Carrillo (D2) with 75 out of 1600 is about the same ratio.

Nils said...

32 out of 385, or 8.3% of the St. Joseph Notre Dame student body was on the 2011 cross country teams (counting varsity and JV). We'll see if it keeps up in 2012 (or gets bigger!)

Albert Caruana said...

Last year my team had 41 team members at a school of 260 students. We'll see about this year.

Ruben DiRado said...

Hi Albert - just curious...what are the other Fall sports CSU offers?

Albert Caruana said...

When we were in NCS, it was boys soccer. Now, in CCS it's 8 man football. For the girls, it's always been volleyball and tennis. It's harder to get girls out competing against those two sports.