Athletics

About Our Programs

Interscholastic Athletics are an integral part of the Northridge curriculum and play a significant role in shaping the character of our young men. We coaches like to say, “Sports at Northridge are not just about the scoreboard; they are about growing up!”

Season Sport High School Middle School

Fall

Soccer
Cross Country
Golf

Winter

Basketball
Wrestling
Swimming (club)

Spring

Baseball
Track & Field
Lacrosse (club)
Tennis

 

High School Programs

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A Championship Tradition

Northridge is a member of the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) and sponsors six interscholastic team sports – in the fall our students compete in Cross-Country, Golf and Soccer; Basketball is offered in the winter; and, in the spring, the Knights participate in Baseball and Track and Field. Additionally, the Athletic Department has sponsored individual competitors in Swimming and Tennis. Northridge is also a member of the highly competitive and well-respected Independent School League (ISL).

Middle School Programs

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Opportunities for Excellence

At the middle school level, Northridge is a member of the City-Suburban Catholic Conference (CSCC) and offers participation opportunities in Cross Country, Soccer, Basketball, and Baseball. Moreover, the middle school teams take part in a scheduling agreement with similar grade levels in the ISL. Other local member schools of the CSCC include Mary Seat of Wisdom, St. Eugene, St. John Brebeuf, St. Mary of the Woods, St. Monica, St. Paschal, St. Paul of the Cross, St. Robert Bellarmine, and St. Thecla. Parents: for directions to basketball games held at opposing schools please click here

From Our Athletic Director, Coach Will Rey

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In recent years, the Northridge name has become synonymous with competitive excellence in the state of Illinois. The Knights have garnered championships at the conference, Regional, and Sectional levels in a variety of sports. In addition, Northridge student-athletes have been named to All-Conference, All-State, and All-American teams in their respective sports. What’s more, Northridge coaches have received numerous Coach-of-the-Year honors both at the conference and state levels.

All things considered, the Northridge experience allows athletically gifted young men to fulfill their potential in their respective sports while still enjoying the benefits of a small-school environment that focuses on character formation. Above all else, Northridge coaches see themselves as educators and mentors. Success in the competitive arena serves primarily as a vehicle for Northridge coaches to help build men of integrity and virtue.

As we coaches like to say, “Sports at Northridge are not just about the scoreboard; they are about growing up!” Hopefully, you will decide to join us and become part of the Knights’ athletic tradition!

Go Knights!
Will Rey
Athletic Director

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