The GCL Co-Ed is the eight, co-ed Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The member schools are Alter, Badin, Carroll, Chaminade-Julienne, Fenwick, McNicholas, Purcell Marian, and Roger Bacon. The mission of the GCL Co-Ed is to provide opportunities for the integration and development of Catholic values into the everyday life of students through interscholastic athletic competition. Follow us on twitter: @gclcoedsports

Alter graduate Megan Courtney is on her way to becoming a member of the U.S. Volleyball team for the 2020 Games.

Courtney, a 2012 graduate, is a member of the U.S. Women's National volleyball team that swept their four opponents in Shreveport-Bossier City Louisiana. The No. 3 ranked U.S. national team earned a spot in 2020 for the Tokyo Games. 

Courtney won't know until next  year whether she will be on the final 12-member roster until next year. If she makes the team, the number one goal is to claim their first ever gold medal, settling for silver in 2012, 2008 and 1984.

 Courtney, a 6"1 libero(free)/outside hitter helped Penn State to consecutive NCAA national championships in 2013-14 and was a part of Alter's Division II state runner up teams in 11' and 08'. 


Chaminade Julienne pitcher, Nick Wissman received the award for Division II Co-Pitcher of the Year. In addition to that award he also was selected for Division II first-team and Elite 25 member and All-Tournament Team MVP according to Prep Baseball Report. Wissman is a Right-handed who finished the season as a state champion will take his talents to the University of Dayton for next fall. He ends this season with 11 wins, 80 strikeouts and a 0.78 Earned Run Average. 

After winning the ultimate prize for the second straight year in a row, Outgoing baseball coach Mike Barhorst was named Division II All-area Coach as well as All-Ohio Co-Coach of the Year by Prep Baseball Report and GCL Co-ED COY. Barhorst's team was the consensus number one Division II team in the state from start to finish. This season marks 20 years for Barhorst as he retires on top and he leaves his mark on the countless young people that he's impacted throughout the years. 


Akron- Chaminade Julienne defeated Gilmour Academy 4-2 to take home their second straight Division II state title on Sunday June 9. The Eagles were led by senior RHP/SS Nick Wissman who drove in all four runs. The Eagles pitching staff didn't do to bad either with a strong performance from Sebastian Gongora. Gongora went seven innings, giving up four hits and two earned runs while striking out six batters. 

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