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June 2018

A PGA Tour feature on Patrick Cantlay detailing his start in golf, his high school and college career, his return from his severe back injury, his journey to overcome the loss of his former teammate and friend, Chris Roth '09, and his return to golf's biggest stage
Mr. Adams brings a wealth of experience to the position, having spent over the last twenty-five years serving in a wide range of leadership positions in Catholic educational institutions around the country.
Conroy, a standout at second base and shortstop for the Lasers in 2018, played in 32 games and ended with a .314 batting average with 25 runs scored, 11 RBI and six stolen bases.
"Servite in general is an amazing school," says Ciuffetelli. "I could not be happier with the choice my parents and I made with going there. It honestly has prepared me in life more than I could even imagine. I wouldn't [have wanted] to play for any other school."
Since April 27, the Anaheim native is 8-0, 1.93 (60.2 IP, 13 ER) in his last nine starts -- and the IronPigs scored a win in all nine contests.
Throughout his career, Windisch has held numerous head and assistant coaching positions in boys and girls high school and club programs since 2011, including Long Beach Volleyball Club; Servite High, Balboa Bay Volleyball Club, Saddleback Volleyball Club, Rosary High school and Cornelia Connelly High.
Cantlay now sits at 13th in the Fedex Cup standings, up five spots from last week with the U.S. Open just two weeks away.

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