A Statement from the MIAA - Issued 10/12/20After much deliberation, the MIAA and IAAM have supported a return to play opportunity for fall sport student-athletes at all Member Schools. With the majority of our Member Schools welcoming students back onto campuses, the Boards of Governors from both leagues met and proposed two alternatives for consideration. A vote was taken on Friday by school leadership from both leagues and an “Open Season” approach resulted. Under this approach, the leagues will not provide official league schedules but will provide member schools the opportunity to create student-athlete involvement and competition within the comfort level determined by each school. The type and amount of activities made available will be at the discretion of each school. This pandemic has caused consternation across the board for all schools both academically and athletically. The shared focus of the MIAA and IAAM always has been and will remain, to find ways to return student-athletes to the courts and fields of play and to support healthy competition in a safe manner. It is our hope that this decision will provide that opportunity under these very trying circumstances.
Read Message from our Athletic Director Regarding Tryouts for Fall Sports
Due to limitations of time and space, we are able to offer the following sports and program levels this fall (please note start dates and times):
Start Date, Time & Location: Thursday, October 15th, 4:30 p.m. on Sheridan Field . A time trial will be held on Saturday 10/17 at 9:00 a.m. for anyone interested in trying out for the team who is not currently on the roster.
Start Date, Time & Location: Wednesday, October 14th, 4:30 p.m. on Hargaden Field
Start Date, Time & Location: Wednesday, October 14th, 4:30 p.m. on Soccer & Track Fields
Start Date, Time & Location: Wednesday, October 14th, 4:30 p.m. in the Four Court Gym
Start Date, Time & Location: Wednesday, October 21st, 4:30 p.m. in the pool
For more information regarding specific sports tryouts, please contact the coach listed above.
Student athletes will not be permitted to participate in any athletic involvement without completing the student health record in your Magnus profile. Please review the profile and complete all required documents prior to extracurricular participation. View details and deadlines here
We also offer an Athletic Formation program. Our goal is to have an athletic program that is highly competitive, but also one that is placed within the perspective of a Jesuit, Catholic, college preparatory school. At least one parent/guardian must attend the session
for the respective team before your son can compete interscholastically. The Ignatian Formation meeting will precede the parent team meeting for your son’s team. If your son is a multi-sport athlete, you will be required to attend the respective Parent Team Meeting for each season your son participates.
Information on the Fall formation meeting may be found here