A GREAT READ highlighting the leadership of one of our Senior basketball Trojans, Tayshaun Wallace, is found in the Northwest Arkansas Publication of The Democrat-Gazette. Find the entire article here: https://edition.nwaonline.com/article/282389814408994
🏀GAME DAY! 5:30 Wed. Vs Prairie Grove REGIONAL TOURNEY INFO: Location-Pea Ridge High School, Northwest Arkansas, 1925 West Pickens, an easy ten minute drive from I-49 at Exit 88A. Begins Wednesday, February 21-Finals Saturday, February 24. 🔵TICKETS: All tickets must be purchased through GoFan. Cash can NOT be accepted at the door. Please use this link https://gofan.co/app/school/AR17011 🟠BRACKET: https://scorebooklive.com/arkansas/basketball/brackets/5215
Calling all Alums and Subiaco family! 🏀Wednesday Feb 21 5:30pm @ Pea Ridge High School Your Subiaco brothers will play in NWA at the 4A North Regional Basketball Tournament. Come cheer on your basketball team! STP! 1925 W Pickens Rd, Pea Ridge, AR 72751
🔦Welcome to this week's Subiaco Academy Spotlight! Our faculty and staff work tirelessly for our students and families, and we want to celebrate them! Every week, we feature a different faculty or staff member and learn more about what makes them tick. Today's spotlight is on Academy Chaplain, Religion and Music Teacher, and Jazz Ensemble Director, Deacon Roy Goetz. What's your favorite part of your job? I enjoy the community element and the intellectual and artistic freedom I experience. Do you have sons or daughters? What are their ages? My son Donald Richard Goetz is 34, and my daughter Hannah Lindsay Goetz is 33. Where were you born and where did you grow up? I was born in Peoria, Illinois and grew up near Leeper on the Black River in southern Missouri. What's your favorite spot on campus? The Abbot's chapel in the monastery. I love the peace and the subtle blue light the window casts. What's your favorite food? Boiled shrimp or bacon OR boiled shrimp wrapped in bacon. What was your favorite subject in school? Advanced Woodworking What activities or sports were you involved in during high school or when you were younger? Baseball from Little League through High School. I have been a canoeist and kayaker since about 7 years of age. I began riding motorcycles when I was 6, and I still ride. Who is your favorite sports team? The Saint Louis Cardinals. We make the pilgrimage to Busch Stadium for at least a couple of games each summer. When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? A professional musician What's your strongest memory from your first day ever at Subiaco? I met Gary Kinney, who would become a lifelong friend. What's a fun fact about yourself that others might be surprised to know? Two things: (1) I was offered a full scholarship to the American Motorcycle Institute in Daytona Beach, and (2) As part of a college wilderness program, I spent three days in solitude and without food in the Mexican desert.
FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT: Day 5~ Feb. 18, 2024 It is our hope this Lenten Daily Reflection helps you in your own personal walk with the Lord. Thank you, Jesus, for the ultimate sacrifice of Your life for our redemption. Gospel Reading: Mark 1: 12-15.
🏀🔵🟠DISTRICT CHAMPIONS!!! 57-51 defeated Morrilton. A great game! Congratulations Trojans!
Wrestling team has success at Regionals! In a display of skill and determination, Subiaco Academy's wrestling team showcased their prowess at the 4A North Regional Tournament held on February 17, 2024. Led by head coach Kinzer Matjazic and assistant coach Nick McDaniel, the team saw several of its wrestlers finish in top positions, earning them spots in the upcoming State Championship Tournament slated for February 23-24, 2024. Among the standout performers was Emmett Page, competing in the 132-pound weight class. Page exhibited remarkable resilience and technique, securing a 3rd-place finish. Throughout the tournament, Page demonstrated his proficiency on the mat, notching crucial victories, including a decisive win by fall over opponent Phoenix Simcox from Pottsville in the 3rd place match. Another notable achievement came from Ben Dang, who represented Subiaco Academy in the 144-pound weight class. Dang's prowess was on full display as he navigated through the brackets, ultimately clinching the 3rd place spot. His journey included victories over opponents Justin Goodwin and Esteban Pastor-Bonilla. Camarion Raino continued to be a formidable force in the 285-pound weight class, securing a 2nd-place finish. Raino's dominance on the mat was evident as he swiftly dispatched opponents with a combination of strength and skill. Despite a hard-fought battle in the championship match against David Moreno from Berryville, Raino's performance throughout the tournament underscored his status as a top contender in his division. While not all wrestlers clinched podium finishes, each showcased determination. Wrestlers like Noah Bloomdahl, Stone Lee, and Luis Araujo displayed grit and perseverance in their respective matches, contributing valuable points to the team's overall score. With their impressive showing at the regional tournament, Subiaco Academy's wrestlers have set the stage for an exciting showdown at the State Championship Tournament. Under the guidance of their coaching staff, these athletes are poised to make their mark on the state stage, aiming for success in the days to come.
🏀FINALS TONIGHT FOR 4A DISTRICT TOURNAMENT: Trojans play for the 4A District championship v. Morrilton 6:30pm Saturday Feb 17 at Clarksville High School, Arkansas. Livestream available on Clarksville Athletics channel on YouTube. Good Luck Trojans! #subiacoacademy #onwardtrojans
Spikey Karl is always a big help during exams. Honors Biology completed their unit on Meiosis and protein synthesis this week and are demonstrating their mastery of the content.
✝️SUBIACO DELIVERING ON FAITH: Our School community started the day together gathered in front of the cross for a Lenten reflection and prayer service led by Dcn. Roy Goetz.
🏀Looking ahead REGIONAL TOURNEY INFO: Location-Pea Ridge High School, Northwest Arkansas, 1925 West Pickens, an easy ten minute drive from I-49 at Exit 88A. Begins Wednesday, February 21-Finals Saturday, February 24. 🔵TICKETS: All tickets must be purchased through GoFan. Cash can NOT be accepted at the door. Please use this link https://gofan.co/app/school/AR17011 🟠BRACKET: https://scorebooklive.com/arkansas/basketball/brackets/5215
🏀DISTRICT TOURNEY GAME DAY Tip off 5:20pm Vs Ozark High at Clarksville, Arkansas. Livestream will be available on the Clarksville Athletics You Tube channel. @ClarksvillePanther There is a link for online ticket purchases. Fans can pay cash at the gate or purchase online. https://csdar.brushfire.com/srhighgirlsbasketballclassictournament/570896 #onwardtrojans #subiacoacademy
Mr Berend '57 is back in the art classes teaching stained glass techniques to the boys. And, when he can, he talks about the "old'n days."
In preparation for the changing of the seasons.
The senior Benedictine Spirituality class enjoyed a visit by Fr. Jerome. He shared some of his thoughts and experiences as a monk, priest, and shared a bit about his 25 years as abbot of Subiaco.
What a weekend of fishing, scrambling, hiking, and enjoying the movies as it rained. Thank you, Robber's Cave State Park!
🏈🎉Made lots of memories last night at our Super Bowl watch party! Kept us on the edge of our seats til the last second! The friendly rivalry was strong. Great time, great food, Subi brotherhood. #subiacoacademy #onwardtrojans
Welcome to this week's Subiaco Academy Spotlight! Our faculty and staff work tirelessly for our students and families, and we want to celebrate them! Every week, we feature a different faculty or staff member and learn more about what makes them tick. Today's spotlight is on Director of Subiaco Outdoor Adventure Program, Biology Teacher, Residential life Coordinator, Head Cycling Coach, and Assistant Wrestling Coach, Nick McDaniel. What's your favorite part of your job? Seeing the long term growth of our young men on the Hill. I am blessed to work with students in the classroom, dorms, on a bike, on the wrestling mat, camping trips, and everywhere in-between, and in doing so I get to see them develop as a person. Not just a student. Not just an athlete. But their whole person change. Do you have sons or daughters? What are their ages? No, just a dog named Bella. She is three and loves to explore outdoors even more than I. Especially if any boys from the Hill are with us. Where were you born and where did you grow up? Southern Iowa. Chariton, more specifically. What's your favorite spot on campus? Anywhere on a cold morning looking to the east as the sun rises over the main building. Please, name a more beautiful sight. What's your favorite food? My mom's homemade biscuits and sausage gravy. What was your favorite subject in school? The sciences, with a focus on my engineering courses. What activities or sports were you involved in during high school or when you were younger? Hunting, Fishing, Football, Wrestling, Track, and spending time with my friends around farm shops and pastures- as one does in Southern Iowa. Who is your favorite sports team? Iowa Hawkeyes When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? A Mechanical engineer or Conservation Biologist What's your strongest memory from your first day ever at Subiaco? The awe of cresting the ridge to the north of campus and seeing all that the Subiaco Abbey is with Mt. Magazine in the background. For a native born flatlander- it was a pretty breathtaking view and unbelievable reality that it could be my home and workplace. What's a fun fact about yourself that others might be surprised to know? I played baseball for two summers, 6th and 7th grade. I was a B-team Allstar in baseball my seventh grade summer. After two bombs over center field in practice, I was 4th on the batting line-up where the real sluggers hangout.
🏀BASKETBALL DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Feb 12-17. Trojans play Thursday Feb 15 at 5:20pm in Clarksville, AR. See the bracket for next week as well as the link for online admission tickets. Fans can pay cash at the gate or purchase online. https://csdar.brushfire.com/srhighgirlsbasketballclassictournament/570896 STP! #onwardtrojans
Father Richard Rocha, the “Team Priest” for the Kansas City Chiefs might be the most influential person cheering at the Super Bowl this Sunday February 11th as KC takes on the San Francisco 49ers, and his impact can be eternal. Fr. Rocha grew up in Atchison, Kansas and was educated in Benedictine Catholic schools all his life, including his university years at Benedictine College. The priest will give this advice to players: “Keep grounded in your faith and focused on your purpose in life. You are here to know, love and serve God in this life and one day be happy with him in the next.” Committed Catholic players on the Kansas City team include kicker Harrison Butker, as well as some coaching staff and medical staff. To read more about the Chiefs’ team priest, and the influence that a Catholic Benedictine education had on his life, go to https://www.ncregister.com/interview/super-bowl-catholic-chaplain-father-richard-rocha-kansas-city