Athletics

Sports Overview

The AIA has published a timeline for fall sports.
Please check under the tabs below to see the timeline for a particular fall sport.
Athletes must have submitted completed physical forms in order to tryout.



Fall Sports

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  • > Cross Country

    START DATES AS SET BY THE AIA FOR FALL 2020

    First practice — Aug. 24
    First competition — Sept. 9
    Championships — Nov. 12-13

    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 level of the runner. For more information or to be added to the summer contact list, email Coach Borboa. 

  • > Football

    Head Coach Jason Jewell

    FRESHMAN FOOTBALL – NO CUTS


    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. 

    Coach Scott Heideman (Red)
    Coach Chris Agliano (White)

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

    BROPHY FOOTBALL WEBSITE
  • > Freshman Tennis

    Freshman tennis coach Bill Woods

    NO CUTS
  • > Golf

    START DATES AS SET BY THE AIA FOR FALL 2020

    First practice — Aug. 17 (tryouts)
    First competition — Aug. 24
    Championships — Oct. 26-29 (Div. I), Nov. 2-5 (Div. II)

    2020 Brophy Varsity Golf Tryouts
     
    Tryout Information as of July 20:
     
    Due to current social distancing guidelines, tryouts this year will be limited to the first 24 to sign up with 12 playing Monday and 12 playing Tuesday. We have to limit the number of signups to conform to social distancing considerations and the constraints that come with teeing off later in the afternoon. Due to these circumstances, we are asking those who sign up to feel confident that they can break 40 on the front 9 of Encanto's 18-hole course.

    Coach Shores will assign dates/tee times after the signup period has closed.

    Sign up here »  (You will need to use your Brophy Bronco email address.)
     
    • Monday, Aug. 17 – Front 9 at Encanto Golf Course/tee time: 4 p.m. (Players must post a score of 40 or lower to advance to the next round on Wednesday. 
    • Tuesday, Aug. 18 – Front 9 at Encanto Golf Course/tee time: 4 p.m. (Players must post a score of 40 or lower to advance to the next round on Wednesday.)
    • Wednesday, Aug. 19 – 9 holes at Phoenix Country Club/tee time: 4 p.m. 
    • Thursday, Aug. 20 – 9 holes at Phoenix Country Club/tee time: 4 p.m.
    There will be a final cut after Thursday’s round. A player's two-day total from competition at Phoenix Country Club will determine the final cut line — typically a two-day total of 78 or better. Note from Coach Shores: In order for Brophy to be competitive at state, team scores need to be approximately even par.
     
    You are responsible for getting to and from the course during tryouts. There will be no transportation offered during the week of tryouts. You must have a physical on file with the school prior to trying out.  
     
     
  • > Swim and Dive

    START DATES AS SET BY THE AIA FOR FALL 2020

    First practice — Aug. 24 (tryouts)
    First competition — Sept. 14
    Championships — Nov. 5–7

    Head Coach Daren Brubaker

Winter Sports

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Spring Sports

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Club Sports

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  • > Archery

    Coach Lisa Fischer

    Are you interested in joining Brophy’s archery team? Register for the online Learn-to-Shoot clinic for an introduction! No experience necessary. Email Coach Lisa Fischer to sign up!
     

  • > Crew

    FALL/WINTER UPDATE 2020

    Phase 1 training begins 5:15-6:45 a.m., Sept. 24 at the BSC for varsity and junior varsity. Novice will begin Sept. 8. Please contact Coach Grade for more information.

    Head Coach Dylan Grade


    Assistant Coach Kaleo Bolosan

    Assistant Coach Nick Pederson

    NO CUT

    BROPHY CREW is a no-cut sport at Brophy and no experience is required. Dues cover everything during the year except uniforms. Crew is a year-round sport but athletes can choose to participate during just the fall or spring semester if they are participating in a second sport.  
  • > Hockey

    Head Coach John Allen

    Assistant Coach Tony Oldani

    When numbers allow, BROPHY HOCKEY fields both a junior varsity and a varsity team, with the JV team developmental in nature. This allows younger and less-experienced players to learn the skills necessary to compete at the varsity level. 
  • > Lacrosse

    Coach Zach Widbin

    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

    Coach Cooper Davis

    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.
  • > Rugby


    Assistant Coach Scott Middlemist

    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. For more information, contact Coach Ciarfalia or Coach Middlemist.

Esports



Josh Garcia '07, Athletic Director

jgarcia@brophyprep.org

Frank Antonioli, Assistant Athletic Director

fantonioli@brophyprep.org

Brophy Sports on Twitter



Concussion Education

 
The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) mandates that all athletes complete concussion education before they are allowed to participate in high school sports.
  • Athletes, follow the link (below) to the Brainbook course.
  • Register as a student.
  • Take the course and the exam.
  • Email your coach (for the sport in which you hope to participate) and let him know 1) the date you completed the course/exam and 2) your score.