Senior Sarah Grace Burns was crowned TSSAA Division II A Championship in the High Jump. Ten St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School athletes qualified for the State championships. The girls’ team finished in 11th place.
At SAS, we believe that being part of a team is a uniquely valuable learning experience. That's why we encourage all students to participate in interscholastic athletics, and most do! SAS teams include state-bound elite athletes and the student who is interested in experiencing a new sport for the first time.
Interested in getting off the bench at SAS? Contact us today to schedule a visit or conversation with an SAS coach.
In 2020-2021, 75% of Upper School students participated in at least one sport.
Teams & Sports
Competing as the SAS Mountain Lions, we field 25 interscholastic teams in 10 sports. In an age that encourages specialization, many of our athletes wear multiple hats - or helmets, and our coaches respect and encourage the multi-sport athlete.
Click a team name for more information, schedules, and scores.
The six-lane, all-weather track surrounds the varsity game field. In addition to the varsity field, there are two practice fields.
See why the SAS track is Parker's favorite place on campus.
The school's six tennis courts were built in 2000. Sarah's Shade, built in memory of a former student, provides a viewing platform and shade for tennis fans.
The Bouldering Cave offers students opportunities to safely practice their climbing skills no matter the weather. The Mountain Biking Shed is home to our Varsity Mountain Biking Team and houses a shop for repairing and maintaining bikes.
The gymnasium includes a basketball/volleyball court, weight room, locker room, athletic trainer's room, and the athletics offices.
Watch SAS athletics on the NFHS Network.
We look forward to welcoming our parents back for the 2021-2022 season. More info to come!
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The SAS athletics program hooked me on the habit of fitness and competition while cultivating my integrity and confidence as a person and an athlete.
Christian Taylor '17, University of Alabama-Huntsville, Mechanical Engineering and ROTC
- Get and stay fit
- Set and achieve personal goals
- Enjoy the benefits of self-discipline
- Build strong friendships through teamwork
- Gain a coach for life
- Learn to win (and lose) with grace