Senior Joseph Hubbard was honored by the Convent & Stuart Hall Athletic Department at a Signing Day ceremony held in the Mother Williams Library. Watch the full recording.
Two months after winning the first North Coast Section wrestling title in Convent & Stuart Hall history, senior Joseph Hubbard has signed a letter of intent to attend Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky. Bellarmine is an NCAA Division I school competing in the ASUN conference.
With his parents, brother and teammates on hand to share in the moment, Joseph was honored by the Convent & Stuart Hall Athletic Department on April 19 at a Signing Day ceremony held in the Mother Williams Library. Dana Kuwahara, Director of Athletics & Head of Physical Education, opened the presentation by announcing Joseph’s commitment to Bellarmine and introducing his head coach and brother Jacob Hubbard ’17, a new member of the school’s Advancement Department.
Jacob highlighted some of his brother’s many athletic and academic accomplishments before inviting him to put pen to paper, making his commitment official.
Signing Day Video
As a four-year varsity wrestler, Joseph entered this year’s NCS Tournament as the No. 5 seed with a 25-10 record and a wealth of experience to draw on. Even so, his dominant run of success over higher seeds emerged as one of the great storylines of the entire event. Joseph beat the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 4 seeds without giving up a single takedown to claim the NCS championship in his weight class. Joseph had no offensive points scored against him in all three matches.
He advanced to the CIF State Wrestling Championships in Bakersfield, placing in the top 24 in California while proudly representing Convent & Stuart Hall.
The entire Convent & Stuart Hall community congratulates Joseph on his well-deserved opportunity to continue his academic and athletic pursuits at Bellarmine.
Joseph Hubbard on who inspired him to start wrestling, his NCS title journey and his college goals.
Signing Day Photo Album
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