Middle School Spring Sports
Spring sports for our Middle School students will begin with an orientation day on Wednesday, March 1, with practices starting on Friday, March 3. There will be a full week of practices from March 6-10 before the March Break. Spring programs will then start back up on Monday, March 27. Team and program information can be found on the Middle School Athletics page on the King website.
Upper School Spring Sports
Spring sports for our Upper School teams startup is as follows:
Head coaches can be reached for any questions. Specific practice times and locations, along with game and match schedules, will be released next week. Please visit the Upper School Athletics page on the King website for more information.
Monday, February 27
- Softball (Head Coach: Lauren Hurd)
- Baseball (Head Coach: Ryan Quinn)
- Girls Lacrosse (Head Coach: Katie O’Connor)
- Boys Lacrosse (Head Coach: Jay Hill)
Monday, March 6
- Girls Tennis (Head Coach: Barb Acosta)
- Boys Tennis (Head Coach: Telly Zangas)
- Girls Golf (Head Coach: Rita Jagodzinski)
- Boys Golf (Head Coach: Mike Lasky)
- Track & Field (Head Coach: Steph Roones)
Monday, March 27
- Crew (Head Coach: Alex Martin)
Upper School Student-Athlete Commitment Guidelines and Expectations
Athletics at King School is an essential component of the overall educational experience. Achieving excellence in athletics, like so many other valuable pursuits, demands constant growth, dedication, teamwork, and commitment. It also calls for an understanding of how our individual actions and decisions can impact, both positively and negatively, the experience of those around us. It is important for King athletes and families to consider what it means to be part of our Vikings teams. This involves prioritizing attendance at all practices and competitions, working hard each day, being a good teammate, and committing to proactive, consistent, and timely communications with coaches.
In order to help support these ideals and continue to work to elevate the experience and performance levels of our athletes and teams this spring season, please be reminded that all Upper School student-athletes are held to the following set of Commitment Guidelines and Expectations. We ask that our athletes and parents read through and carefully review this document to gain a clear understanding of the expectations in place for our athletes and teams. These standards are used as a common set of guidelines across all of our athletic programs. Each season, coaches will also establish and share team-specific protocols directly with their athletes and families as well.