Student Experience

Athletics

COVID-19 Athletics Attendance Update

Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the area, we are taking extra precautions by limiting spectators at all indoor athletic events to family/household members only. This change to our attendance policy is effective immediately.

Roll Dons Roll!

Our athletics program is an indispensable part of our mission to educate the whole person—mind, body, and spirit. Our coaching staff stresses competing with character. That means keeping your humanity, grace, and perspective no matter the outcome of an individual or team competition.

FIND A TEAM

Contact

List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Jeremy Parr

    Mr. Jeremy Parr 

    Interim Director of Athletics, Head Athletic Trainer
    (410) 823-0601 Ext 524
  • Photo of Julia Rineman

    Mrs. Julia Rineman 

    Administrative Assistant to the Director of Athletics
    (410) 823-0601 Ext 364
  • Photo of Gabrielle Whitlow

    Ms. Gabby Whitlow 

    Assistant Athletic Trainer

WHY PLAY SPORTS AT LOYOLA BLAKEFIELD?

17 Programs in the MIAA

You'll have plenty of opportunities to leave it all out on the field each season.

We Win Championships

Our athletics programs have a storied tradition of winning championships.

We Develop Student-Athletes

Our student-athletes receive scholarships to play at some of the most competitive colleges and universities in the nation.

Our Athletics Philosophy



Athletics are a vital part of the total curriculum at Loyola Blakefield. As an extension of the academic classroom and traditional school day, interscholastic sports are designed to affirm and promote the Ignatian values and engage student-athletes fully in mind, body, and spirit.

Our athletics program is also a curriculum in itself, a place where our young men learn leadership and hard work, camaraderie and teamwork, and the lessons that come from both winning and losing. Student-athletes, coaches, and parents are called upon to work together in a true spirit of sportsmanship to assist in creating an environment in which those Ignatian values can be revealed, tested, and proven relevant both to participants and the entire school community. We teach our student-athletes that sports, although they may imitate life, are not life. They are an important, but not the most important aspect of a Loyola education. Therefore, our coaches, athletes, and parents seek to keep athletics in its proper perspective. Good sportsmanship displayed by participants and fans alike is of high value and expected at Loyola. Long after the score is forgotten, how we have behaved as athletes, as coaches, and as fans will be best remembered.

The athletic experience at Loyola also depends on the faculty, staff, and others to coach boys in a diverse program of seventeen interscholastic sports at the varsity, junior varsity, freshman, and middle school levels. Furthermore, the school strongly discourages boys from specializing in one sport. Rather, they are encouraged to vary their athletic experience in order to enhance diversity of learning. Loyola athletics is dedicated to teaching the principles of participation, excellence, discipline, loyalty, self-confidence, selflessness, dealing with success and failure, respect for authority, as well as getting along with others.The objective of athletics is to foster an environment where young people reach their fullest potential intellectually, emotionally, and physically.

2021–22 Athletes of the Week

2021–22 Athlete of the Week

Athletics News

List of 5 news stories.

Recent Scores

Wednesday, 1/26/2022

Basketball Varsity
vs.
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
Loss 58-69


Wednesday, 1/26/2022

Wrestling Varsity
vs.
Mt. St. Joseph
Loss 31-37


Wednesday, 1/26/2022

Basketball Junior Varsity
vs.
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
Win 60-52


Wednesday, 1/26/2022

Squash Varsity
vs.
McDonogh
Loss 3-4


Wednesday, 1/26/2022

Ice Hockey Varsity
vs.
Boys' Latin
Win 9-7


Wednesday, 1/26/2022

Wrestling Varsity
vs.
John Carroll
Win 75-3


Wednesday, 1/26/2022

Swimming Junior Varsity
vs.
Gilman
Win 93-59


Wednesday, 1/26/2022

Swimming Varsity
vs.
Gilman
Win 90-74


Upcoming Games

Away
League
vs.
McDonogh
Away
League
vs.
McDonogh
Home
Rescheduled
League
vs.
Friends School of Baltimore
Away
Rescheduled
League
vs.
Friends School of Baltimore
500 Chestnut Ave. Towson, MD 21204
communications@loyolablakefield.org
(410) 823-0601