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.
Contact the Seton Sports Department at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call (703) 367-7871
Seton Sports Jackets, Sports Bags, and Beanies
East to West is happy to work on other projects for sports teams or clubs. These will be worked as separate projects, not online, by contacting the staff at East to West on the web at
Help us Renovate the Snack Bar!
Would you like to help make attending our sports games a new experience? A Life Scout with Seton Troop 554 is preparing to do this for his Eagle Scout project. The project will include building 2 storage closets, repairing the ceiling, steps, and walls, putting in a new window cover and painting and decorating the room. The cost will be over $3,500. Monetary donations to help with the cost. If you would like to make a donation, please send a check made out to Seton School with “Eagle Scout project” in the memo line and send it in to the Seton Office.
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 two full weeks. 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.
- Due to reconstruction of the Metz sports fields which will now be used by Osbourn HS, Seton no longer has usage of Metz.
- EG Smith complex is the practice and game site for the varsity baseball and softball teams starting March 16. Practices will go from after school until 5:00pm. We are looking for a practice site from March 1-13 and will announce ASAP.
- Soccer and lacrosse will likely practice at Signal Hill Park starting on March 16. Soccer games will be played at Valley View Park in Nokesville.
- Lacrosse home games will be played at Mayhew Park at the end of Balls Ford road near intersection of 234/I66.
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
Spring Season Coaches
Head Coach: Edwin Duran, coachduran@Verizon.net
Assist. Coach: Buster Burgess, email@example.com
Head Coach: Will Gonzalez, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assist. Coach: Miss Dawyot, email@example.com
Head Coach: Tim Heisler, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assist. Coach: Aaron Godeaux, godeaux@Comcast.net
Head Coach: Ed Ceol, eceol@Comcast.net
Head Coach: Jenn Lalli, email@example.com
Assist. Coach: Rachel Lewandowski
Assist. Coach: Carole Pechie
Head Coach: Adam Irving, firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach Russ Rowzie: email@example.com
Coach Linda Laudiero: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seton Sports Schedules
can be found by going to www.schedulestar.com,
type in Seton School...
click on Manassas...
once on the Seton Sports Page click on "Season"...
then pull down the sport, the level and the gender of choice which will pull up the game schedule
Fall Sports Program
Winter Sports Program
Basketball, Boys and Girls
Swimming, Boys and Girls
Volleyball, Boys (interest dependent)
Spring Sports Program
2015 Col. P. Golf Tournament
Next year will be the 15th anniversary of the Col. P. Memorial Golf Tournament. If you are a golfer and would like help make the tournament a huge success, the Tournament Committee is looking for you! Please contact, Jorge Rangel if you are interested!