The mission of Brother Martin High School is to form young people through a holistic education that fosters academic excellence in a caring, disciplined community which integrates Catholic tradition and the charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart to meet the needs of a changing world.
Congratulations to mid-fielder Will Thiele ’15 and forward Miles Francis ’16 for being named to the 2015 LSSCA All-State team. Thiele and Francis were both selected to the Division I- Second Team. These Crusaders were also named to the 2015 All-Metro Soccer team. Click to see full article Read more »
The Athletic Department hosted a convocation last week honoring our soccer program. Head Coach, Stephen McAnespie, and Assistant, David Wright, elaborated on a successful season for each level and highlighted team accomplishments. Those varsity players receiving individual recognition were: Team Captain: Mark Alvendia, Miles Francis, Thomas Peters and William Thiele Offensive MVP: Miles Francis Defensive MVP: Mark Alvendia and Danny Spring Midfield Read more »
Congratulations to senior mid-fielder Will Thiele and junior forward Miles Francis for being named to the 2015 All-Metro Soccer Team. The two Crusaders helped the team to a 13-3-5 record and a trip to the quarter-finals in the state playoffs. Click to see full list Read more »
Even with parades rolling, all of the excitement seemed to be at Pan American Stadium during the 2-1 Crusader victory over the Lafayette Lions in the Regional round of the LHSAA soccer playoffs. Brother Martin (13-2-4) struck first scoring in the 9th minute as Miles Francis found William Thiele on a cross for a 1-0 lead. Miles Francis tracked down a ball on the right wing and delivered a pinpoint cross to William Thiele as he ran into the box. Thiele Read more »
In the opening round of the LHSAA Soccer playoffs, the No. 6 seed Crusaders came away with a 3-1 victory over the No. 27 Destrehan Wildcats at Pan American Stadium on Friday night. Both offenses were stuck in the midfield as neither team could find a rhythm in the first half. The Crusaders (12-2-4) had fired six shots, including four on goal, but had nothing to show for it. Miles Francis entered the match for his first minutes late in the first Read more »
1992-1993 – District
1997-1998 – District
1999-2000 – State
2000-2001 – State
2001-2002 – State Runner-up
2011-2012 – Co-District
2012-2013 – Co District; State Semi-finalists
2013-2014 – Undefeated District; State Quarterfinalist
2014-2015 – State Quarterfinalist
Soccer is a Winter Sport. The season begins in November and playoffs are concluded in February. Tryouts are usually in the first week of November, but for many returning team members, practice never ends. Many players get together informally during the summer months to train and prepare for the season.
The Soccer program is built on a strong foundation of excellence. State Championship victories in 2000 and 2001 have brought the program to the pinnacle of the sport. Numerous playoff appearances have kept Brother Martin Soccer in the spotlight. Many All-District and All-State Athletes have grown with the program and have gone on to play on the next level.
There are four divisions: Junior High- 8th Grade, 9th Grade, Junior Varsity (Grades 10th and 11th), and Varsity (Grades 9th – 12th). Games and Tournaments are held throughout the week.
New rosters and schedules coming in the 2015-2016 school year!
2015 State Quarterfinalists!
Mr. Stephen McAnespie (C) – Varsity Head Coach
Mr. David Wright (C) – Junior Varsity Coach