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Athletics ShieldAt 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 2018-2019, 73% of Upper School students participated in at least one sport.

 


Strength & Conditioning

Begins on campus June 1. Open to enrolled students only. See email for more information and sign-up here. Limited numbers. COVID precautions in place. Questions? Contact Director of Athletics Rob Zeitler.)

Can't make it to campus?

Do Coach Wheeler's Work-out from Home

Monday, June 1
  • 200 yd jog
  • Dynamic warmup (2x15 yds each): High Knees, Butt Kicks, Lunges, Frankenstein Walk (Walking Toe Touch), Karaoke, Backpedal  
  • Body Weight Circuit (2x30 secs each):
    • Pushups (do on your knees if you need to)
    • Toe Touches
    • Squat Jumps
    • Low plank

**5 min water break**

  • Agility drills
    • Hurdle Circuit (2x each drill)
    • Box Drill (2x from both directions)
    • 20 yd ladder shuttle (suicides), touch and go back every 5 yards (5, 10, 15, 20)   
  • 4x40 yd sprints, 30 seconds each
Wednesday, June 3
  • 200 yd jog
  • Dynamic warmup (2x15 yds each): High Knees, Butt Kicks, Lunges, Frankenstein Walk (Walking Toe Touch), Karaoke, Backpedal  
  • Body Weight Circuit (2x30 secs each):
    • Bench dips
    • Bicycles
    • Jumping Lunges
    • Iron Cross

**5 minute water break**

  • Agility drills
    • Lateral Shuttle (2x)
    • Dot Drill Circuit (right leg, left leg, both legs, alternating; 30 secs each)
    • 25 yd bear crawl (2x)
  • 5x40 yd sprints, 30 seconds each
Friday, June 5
  • 200 yd jog
  • Dynamic warmup (2x15 yds each): High Knees, Butt Kicks, Lunges, Frankenstein Walk (Walking Toe Touch), Karaoke, Backpedal
  • Body Weight Circuit (2x 30 secs each)
    • Manual Tricep Press (1x each arm)
    • 6 inches
    • Box Jumps
    • Russian Twist

**5 minute water break**

  • Agility Drills
    • L Drill (1x each direction)
    • 400 yard jog/sprint (alternate every 100 yds)
    • 25 yd ladder shuttle
  • 6x40 yd sprints

     

Athletics News

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Teams & Sports

Competing as the SAS Mountain Lions, we field 29 interscholastic teams in 11 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.

Students working out in weight room

SAS athletes:

  • 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

Scoreboard

Team Opponent Date Details Result Score
Varsity Track and Field
USN Meet
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Middle School Tennis vs.
Westwood Middle School
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Varsity Tennis - Boys
Division IIA East Region Individual Tournament
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Varsity Tennis - Girls
Division IIA East Region Individual Tournament
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Varsity Tennis - Boys
Division IIA East Region Individual Tournament
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Varsity Tennis - Girls
Division IIA East Region Individual Tournament
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Varsity Tennis - Girls
Division IIA District 2 Individual Tournament
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Varsity Tennis - Boys
Division IIA District 2 Individual Tournament
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Varsity Tennis - Girls
Division IIA District 2 Individual Tournament
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Varsity Tennis - Boys
Division IIA District 2 Individual Tournament
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Upcoming Games

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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

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