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The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) mandates Brainbook and Opioid online certification for all freshmen and transfer students prior to participation in practice or competition. The Brainbook online concussion education and Opioid courses must be completed by a student-athlete only once.
  • Athletes, follow the link (above) to the Brainbook or Opioid course.
  • Register as a student.
  • Take the course and the exam.
  • Print out the certificate.

Fall Sports

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  • > Cross Country

    Program Information »

    Head Coach Oscar Borboa

    NO CUTS 

    BROPHY CROSS COUNTRY engages in long-distance running and participates in meets at the varsity, junior varsity, and freshman levels. No experience is necessary, and training is tailored to the runner's level. For more information or to be added to the summer contact list, email Coach Borboa. 

    Optional summer training is underway, but the team allows the Broncos to join at any point. Practices are conducted Monday through Thursday mornings throughout the duration of summer school. The first day of official, mandatory practices for the fall season is the first week of August. To be added to the communication list, or if you have any questions, contact Head Coach Oscar Borboa (

    All requirements for physicals and AIA online coursework must be completed prior to joining the team.

  • > Football

    Program Information »

    Head Coach Jason Jewell


    Brophy welcomes any freshman who would like to participate in the FRESHMAN FOOTBALL PROGRAM. Since there are no cuts, size dictates two divisions within the freshman program — Red division and White division. It is one team, however, that works together to train and support one another as they lay the foundation for a future varsity program. 

    Questions regarding freshman football (Red or White) should go to Coach Scott Heideman.

  • > Freshman Tennis

    Program Information »

    Freshman Head Coach Bill Woods

    Freshman tennis is a no-cut sport and is played in the fall. All athletes must have their physicals turned in before being allowed to play. Freshman Tennis is a great way to get introduced to team tennis. It is an eight-week program starting in late August and running through early September. Practices are typically Monday–Thursday after school until about 4:30 p.m., with matches once or twice a week. This is a fantastic opportunity to make friends and connect to the tennis program. Freshman Tennis is not required to try out for Varsity and JV, but it is highly encouraged.    
    • Monday, August 19 - Monday-Thursday after school at Brophy from 2:30 to 3:15. Monday, August 26, at Phoenix Tennis Center until 5 p.m.
    • A bus will take players to practice every day. Parents will pick up players at the Phoenix Tennis Center at 5:15 p.m. after practice.
    Please sign up at the link: Freshmen Tennis Signup Link


  • > Golf

    Program Information »

    Head Coach Jon Shores

    2024 Brophy Varsity Golf Team Tryouts 

    The first round of tryouts for the Varsity golf team is set for Monday, August 12th, at Encanto Golf Course, with times beginning at approximately 3:30 p.m. Before the first day of tryouts, there will be a short meeting at 3:15 p.m. on the driving range. Tryouts will continue on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at Phoenix Country Club. All four rounds of tryouts will consist of nine holes. Tryouts are open to all students.  


    If you plan on trying out for the 2024 team, you must fill out THIS GOOGLE FORM no later than Friday, August 9th. The form will go live in late July.  YOU MUST USE YOUR BROPHY EMAIL ADDRESS TO ACCESS THE FORM.  Coach Shores will email students with their tee times for August 12th.  A cut will be made after the first, second, and fourth rounds—more details will be emailed after the signup period. 

    ALL students who plan on participating in the tryouts must have their physical and emergency forms on file before they are allowed to compete.
  • > Swim and Dive

    Program Information »

    2024 Schedule >>

    Swim Head Coach Daren Brubaker 
    Dive Head Coach Barbara Nejman
    • Tryouts will be held Aug. 12-14. Head Coach Daren Brubaker can be contacted with any questions at Student-athletes must attend all three days of tryouts. 
    • Practice begins on August 15th - M- F: A: 2:30 - 4:30 p.m., B: 1:15-3:15 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. – 12 noon
    Swimming Tryout Dates
    Aug. 12th, 2:45 - 4:45 p.m.
    Aug. 13th, 2:45 - 4:45 p.m.
    Aug. 14th, 2:45 - 4:45 p.m.

Winter Sports

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  • > Basketball

  • > Soccer

    Program Information »

    Please note:
    • Soccer is a cut sport.
    • Tryouts are closed to parents. Parents must wait outside the entrance to the Brophy Sports Campus. All tryout information will be added to the website and calendar as it becomes available.
    • All athletes must have turned in their physical forms prior to participation!
  • > Wrestling

    Program Information »

    Head Coach Wayne Catan

    NO CUTS 

    Wrestling is a no-cut sport at Brophy, however, wrestle-offs are held (at times) to determine a starter in a particular weight class. 
    • Practice begins on October 30, 2023. It is a no-cut sport. 
    • Beginning August 22, 2023, fall practices will be Tuesdays and Thursdays

Spring Sports

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Club Sports

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  • > Archery

    2023 Information »

    Are you interested in joining Brophy’s archery team? No experience is necessary. Email Coach Scott Wagy to sign up!

  • > Hockey

    2023 Information »

    Head Coach Don Maloney

    TEAMS: Varsity, Junior Varsity
    Registration opens approx. May 15 and is limited to the first 36 skaters. On-time registration is important.

  • > Lacrosse

    2024 Information »

    Coach Pat Harbeson

    BROPHY LACROSSE fields varsity and junior varsity teams during the spring season. JV is no-cut; varsity fields a team via tryouts. All students wishing to play on varsity must try out, including juniors and seniors.
  • > Mountain Biking

    2023 Information »

    Coach Cooper Davis '10

    Brophy participates in the Arizona Scholastic Cycling League and competes in five races during the season. Preparing for these races includes time on the trail, in the weight room and in spin class. For more information, contact Coach Davis.
    • Join the Brophy/Xavier mountain bike team as we embark upon our 12th season and defend our title as Southern Arizona Conference Champions. All ability levels are welcome, and bikes are available for loan and purchase. 
    • The summer night ride series is underway. Contact for more information and to reserve a loaner bike. The next ride is at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 29, at Tempe Town Lake. 
    • Official group placement tryouts (no cut) begin on Aug. 11.

  • > Rowing

    2023 Information »

    Head Coach Peter Cannia


    BROPHY ROWING is a no-cut sport at Brophy, and no experience is required. Dues cover everything during the year except uniforms. Rowing is a year-round sport, but athletes can choose to participate during just the fall or spring semester if they participate in a second sport.  

    • Brophy Rowing conducts “Learn-to-Rows” at Tempe Town Lake. The events are held on Saturdays in June (8, 15, 22, 29) and July (6,13, 20, 27), starting at 7 a.m. and ending at 9:30 a.m. Everyone interested in learning to row and possibly joining the Brophy crew in the fall is highly encouraged to attend. 
    • Interested parties should contact Kaleo Bolosan at to reserve a spot.
  • > Rugby

    Practice for the fall season (7s with four tournaments) begins in mid-October and wraps up before the holiday break. Spring season (15s) starts the first week of January and finishes in late April. 


Athletic Events

Department Staff

Josh Garcia '07
Athletic Director


Steven Shaff
Sports Information Director


Frank Antonioli
Assistant AD


Sandra Dennard
Assistant to the Athletic Director