Athletics

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Nueva’s athletics program has achieved great success as a PreK–12 school.

Our students pursue multiple passions, and, for many, representing Nueva as scholar-athletes is vital to their experience. Our participation is significant for such a young program: 64% of students in grades 4–8 and 50% of Upper School students participate in Nueva athletics.

 

Athletics Updates

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Meet the Athletics Admin Team

Portrait of Chris Wade, Interim Director of Athletics

Chris Wade
Director of Athletics
cwade@nuevaschool.org
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Portrait of Alyssa Richards, Athletics Coordinator

Alyssa Richards
K-8 Physical Education
Teacher & Athletics Coordinator

arichards@nuevaschool.org

 

Portrait of Mallory Celaya, Sports Medicine

Mallory Celaya
Middle and Upper School
Athletic Trainer

mcelaya@nuevaschool.org

 

Portrait of Robert Lopez, Director of Track/Cross Country

Robert Lopez
Director of Track & Field / Cross Country & Athletics Admin Support
rlopez@nuevaschool.org

 

Read About Athletics in Nueva News

MIddle School Boys' Basketball

Record numbers of students joined winter basketball and soccer to play and learn by doing. Nueva’s K-8 Physical Education Teacher and Athletics Coordinator and three faculty coaches reflect on The Nueva Way in their successful 2019 season.

Middle School Athletics: Girls' Basketball and Boys' Soccer Win Championships

In an exciting come-from-behind victory, the JVA sixth-grade girls’ basketball team clinched the 2017 WBAL Gold-level championship on Thursday night, March 2.  Going into the game with rival Menlo School, the girls had only lost one game this season — to Menlo. Trailing for three of the four quarters, the Nueva girls pushed themselves to play their best, taking the lead halfway through the fourth quarter and never relinquishing it.

MS JV Girls' Soccer Team Wins WBAL Championship

The JV girls’ soccer team (MS) beat Sacred Heart 1-0 in near darkness on Monday night to clinch the West Bay Athletic League (WBAL) championship. Midway through the first half, sixth-grade striker Mia T. scored the winning goal with an assist by sixth-grade center midfielder Kayla H. The Nueva team, made up of fourth, fifth, and sixth graders, faced the league's sixth-grade teams in a division that included Sacred Heart Prep, Menlo, Harker, Castilleja, Girls Middle School, and Crystal Springs. This is Nueva's first girls’ soccer championship in the league.