Long time Presentation golf coach, Angie Papangellin, has been honored as a CIF Model Coach of the Year! During the past 18 years, Coach Angie has demonstrated not only a love for the game of golf, but also for the Presentation community.
It's a great day to be a Panther!
Nearly half of all Presentation students participate in our athletics program, which has a rich tradition of excellence in the competitive West Catholic Athletic League. The Panthers have collected numerous WCAL and Central Coast Section championships. Presentation's exceptional program has produced Olympians, college stars and top-notch professional coaches. We are proud to be part of this school's dedication to teaching young women about leadership, initiative, self-discipline and teamwork.
This Saturday, at 2 p.m. our defending CCS DII Champion soccer team will square off against CCS DI Champions Santa Clara High School at Avaya Stadium - home of the San Jose Earthquakes!
This past weekend the Presentation Panthers traveled south to Santiago Canyon College in Orange, CA to compete for the CIF Division IV State Championship vs. Rancho Bernardo from San Diego.
This past Saturday our Panthers fought hard to beat Carondelet in the CIF NorCal Championships in 3 sets and earned a trip to the CIF State Finals on December 2nd!
Competing at the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) State Meet for the time since 2011, the Presentation Panthers had a solid showing as they placed 15th in Division II, the top Central Coast Section (CCS) team in their race.
Congratulations to these Panthers who will continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level!
Dalyn Burns '16, has been named the women's volleyball Bradley, Drendel & Jeanney Athlete of the Week at University of Nevada.
The Presentation Panthers entered the final West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) meet of the year with league title hopes in every division. One of the toughest leagues in all of CCS, the Panthers battled the WCAL's finest and rose to the occasion.
Paige was named Athlete of the Week by the San Jose Mercury News.