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Sports

At Seton, the spiritual growth of the student is of primary importance, followed by intellectual development. Physical education is also important in the student's growth and should complement and contribute to spiritual and academic well-being. Students are therefore encouraged to participate in athletics.

Please note the new sports schedule http://www.schedulestar.com/ Once you get to the Schedule Star site... make sure you click on the "Season" tab first, then go to the "Select teams" tab on the left for your respective team's schedule.

Athletic/Academic Policy

Athletes who are having academic trouble within a grading period may be taken off the team, with the agreement of the teacher, coach, and parents, until he/she improves academic performance. Athletes who fail one or more courses on a report card will be placed on academic probation and will be suspended from games and practices for one full week. The student may return to the team the following week and each succeeding week if he/she presents to the coach, each week, a form signed by all his/her teachers verifying that he/she is passing in all subjects. Click here to get the full Sports Academic Requirements policy.

Similarly, if one takes part in an athletic contest, he cannot receive the winner's crown unless he has kept the rules. -- II Timothy 2:5

Sports News

Seton girls win 20th straight DAC swim title

See the full story at InsideNova.com

 

Burgess sisters
give Seton a triple threat

WUSA saw the story and thought it was a nice human interest and refreshing student-athlete story. The WUSA9 TV segment on the Burgess sisters is now available.

Seton Alumni Selected as
All American Athletes

Congratulations to four Seton alumni who were selected as All American student-athletes. Recognized were: Bridget VanderWoude (’10); Johnny Foeckler (’10); Jonathan Fioramonti (’10), and; Tim VanderWoude (’10). These student-athletes all attend Christendom College which participates in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA), a national conference with close to 100 schools participating. Bridget was selected to the All American 2nd Team for volleyball. Johnny and Jonathan were Honorable Mention All American selections for soccer, and Tim was an All American 2nd Team soccer selection.

Sports Practice Schedules

Spring Practice Schedules
coming soon!

SETON SPORTS PROGRAM

Fall Sports Program

Cross-Country, Co-ed
Soccer, Boys
Volleyball, Girls
Tennis, Girls
Golf, Co-ed

Winter Sports Program

Basketball, Boys and Girls
Swimming, Boys and Girls
Volleyball, Boys (interest dependent)
Wrestling, Boys

Spring Sports Program

Baseball, Boys
Softball, Girls
Lacrosse, Boys
Soccer, Girls
Tennis, Boys

In September Seton co-hosted a conference with Catholic Athletes for Christ. Now you can download or listen to these talks on-line!

  • All Conference
  • R McKenna
  • B Thierfelder
Download the Full Conference
Download Ray McKenna's talk
Download Dr. Bill Thierfelder's talk