Welcome to Regents Knights athletics, which began in 1995 with 5th-8th grade basketball, volleyball and football and has since expanded to 56 teams across 15 different sports in grades 6 through 12.
Since our first year of varsity athletics in 2000, Regents has won state championships in football (2010, 2006, 2003, 2002, and 2001), volleyball (2006), girls golf (2012), swim (2013) and cheerleading (2006) as well as numerous regional, bi-district and district titles in other sports including boys and girls basketball and golf.
In its proper context, the Regents athletic program is an arena for discovering and maturing in the Christ-like character that will define our student-athletes for the rest of their lives.
It is our desire that our entire athletic community - coaches, players and parents - participate in such a way that honors God and conveys a positive witness to those around us.
he Winter/Spring Sports Banquet (honoring SOR student-athletes in basketball, soccer, swim, golf, tennis, track, lacrosse and baseball) will be held on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. in the Regents Gymnasium. Tickets for SOR students who completed their seasons in basketball, soccer, swim, golf, tennis, track, lacrosse and baseball are complimentary. Tickets for all other attendees, regardless of age, are $13 each. Includes a catered meal (a ticket must be purchased even if you're not planning on eating with us). Tickets will only be sold online www.regentsaustin.org/sportsbanquet, and can be purchased April 28 - May 11.
The Varsity Knights Lacrosse team finished the season with a big win over Rouse HS to finish the season at 8-6. Regents will miss its two seniors but will return most of the team next year to make a run at the state playoffs. Great season team!
Varsity Baseball finished district with a win over Savio to capture 3rd place in district with a 4-4 record and 16-11 overall.We will host SA Antonian in a non-district game Friday at 6:00 p.m. The playoffs begin next week with a site and opponent TBD. Be sure to check the webpage for details. JV had an outstanding year, playing lots of quality competition.They finished 18-4 overall, with their only losses coming to public schools. Freshman finished the year at 10-12 overall, and had quality wins over Hyde Park, Dripping Springs, and Westwood.