The Webb Schools offers a competitive interscholastic athletic program for students of all skill levels with 42 teamsparticipating in 15 sports. The Gauls compete in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). As one of the top leagues in its division, Webb traditionally qualifies teams and individuals to post season competition. Webb teams own 80 league titles and 3 CIF titles.
Webb athletics, built on the school's core value of honor, promotes character, self-confidence, and a sense of commitment that inspires student athletes to become leaders throughout their lives.
After Daniel Crisostomo ’15 helped the University of California, Irvine men's soccer team post two shutouts last week, the junior midfielder was named Big West Men's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week Monday.
Vivian Webb Softball begins its San Joaquin League title defense with a new manager. Ron Smith has been a softball coach in the Inland Empire for nearly 30 years. Over that time, 50 of his former players have gone on to play Division I college softball, and three have made it to the Olympics. Ron most recently served as a hitting coach at Riverside City College prior to coming to Webb.
Webb School of California Volleyball will be looking for its first winning season since 2012. Second year head coach Howie Kalter, who went 6-10 in 2016, says his players have been working hard day in and day out in practice leading up to the start of the season.
Webb School of California Baseball looks to be in prime position of reaching the CIF-SS Division Six playoffs. The 2017 Gauls return six of nine starters from the 2016 team that went 13-9, finished in third in the San Joaquin League, and was eliminated in the first round of CIF.
Webb School of California football has its first official college commit as team defensive leader Apollo Thomas will attend Pitzer College in the fall and play for Pomona-Pitzer. The Webb Schools held a signing ceremony for Apollo on Monday, February 13th on campus.
As the seniors from Webb Football make their college decisions and, potentially, look to further their careers on the gridiron, two of them represented the Gauls in the first ever 215 football All-Star Classic.
On Monday, January 16th, the Gauls had more reason to celebrate, as senior leader Chandler Luebbers ’17 officially signed to play water polo at Occidental College in Eagle Rock. Luebbers was accepted to Occidental early decision and says she will either pursue a degree in marine biology or history with a minor in political science.
McKenna Lamb '16 scored got a hat trick in the season opener for Mount Holyoke's soccer team! McKenna co-captained VWS varsity soccer last year, helping to lead the team to the CIF Division 7 Final game. This was the first time a VWS team advanced to a championship. Read more about McKenna and the Mount Holyoke game at bit.ly/2chv5es