St. Paul Catholic Athletic Association

 

1Top Banner Left Logo

sponsors

  • Frank & Suzanne Zobitz

bulletin board

blank

Golf Tournament

The annual CAA Golf Tournament will be held on Monday, July 10, 2017 at Oak Glen Country Club. Please join us for a day of fellowship and golf to support the CAA and consider sponsoring a hole or a foursome. Shotgun start at 1 p.m. For more information, please contact Mark Courtney at 651-357-2646.

2017 Golf Registration Form



CAA Golf Tournament Sponsorship Form

The link to the golf sponsorship form can be found here.

Golf Sponsorship Form



coming up

Date Time Sport Teams
There are no events currently scheduled.

spotlight member

blank

Paul Molitor

Paul Molitor is a former Major League Baseball player and current manager of the Minnesota Twins, who is in the Baseball Hall of Fame. During his 21-year baseball career, he played for the Milwaukee Brewers, the Toronto Blue Jays, and Minnesota Twins. He was known for his exceptional hitting and speed.

Molitor was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He is a 1974 graduate of Cretin High School in St. Paul where he played soccer and was All-State in baseball and basketball. He played in the International Games in Montreal in 1975 then went on to attend the University of Minnesota where he was All-Conference in his last two seasons. After his junior year in college, he was selected third overall in the 1977 Major League Baseball Draft by the Milwaukee Brewers.

Paul Molitor has been actively involved with the Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer, the Minnesota Make-A-Wish Foundation and Camp Heartland, a camp that provides recreation and care for children with HIV.

In 1988, Paul received the John W. Hajlo Most Outstanding Athlete of the Half Century award from the Catholic Athletic Association.


The Spotlight Member recognizes the accomplishments, no matter how big or how small, of a team member, a group of team members, or a previous CAA athlete. It serves as a way to motivate and encourage others. Be sure to congratulate the Spotlight Member when you see them and encourage them to keep up the good work.



 Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts. 

- Dan Gable

Site Developed and Maintained by: Northwoods Professional Group