|Athletic Trainer||Brittany Frymire|
|Boy's Basketball||Mike Dinneen|
|Girl's Basketball||Nicole Bradshaw|
|Boy's Cross Country||Eric Davies|
|Girl's Cross Country||Eric Davies|
|Boy's Golf||Kevin Kasper|
|Girl's Golf||Kevin Kasper|
|Boy's Soccer||Martin Carrington|
|Girl's Soccer||Martin Stibolt|
|Boys Swimming||Ryan Vande Wydeven|
|Girl's Swimming||Lara Navarro|
|Boy's Tennis||John Kessler|
|Girl's Tennis||John Kessler|
|Boy's Track & Field||Eric Davies|
|Girl's Track & Field||Eric Davies|
|Boy's Volley Ball||Jake Heinrich|
|Girl's Volley Ball||Jess Papell|
|Boy's Water Polo||Bahram Hojreh|
|Girl's Water Polo||Bahram Hojreh|
|Girls Lacrosse||Martin Stibolt|
|Boys Lacrosse||Andreas Gaynor|
In order to try out and participate in a sport, all athletes are required to obtain an Athletic ID Card from the Athletics Office. In order to receive their card, students must complete the Athletic Clearance Packet and turn it in to the athletics office.
Students are required to have medical insurance for participation in school sports. For information regarding affordable insurance plans, please read the IUSD 2015-2016 Student Insurance Letter.
Please read the Athletic Frequently Asked Questions for more information regarding Athletic Clearance and Participation.
IUSD does not discriminate in enrollment in or access to any athletics program available. Admission to these programs is based on age appropriateness, team roster space, aptitude and meeting academic and behavioral eligibility requirements. The lack of English skills shall not be a barrier to admission to or participation in the District's activities and programs.
IUSD's facilities and equipment provided for students are comparable and equitable to both sexes without disparity or imbalance, consistent with his or her gender identity, irrespective of the gender listed on the pupil's record. For additional information see www.iusd.org (Board Policy 5145.5)
Participation in the athletic program is available to all qualified persons without regard to sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race ancestry, national origin, religion, color, or mental or physical disability pursuant to the California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Chapter 5.3, section 4900 et seq.
A parent's "coaching job" is the toughest one of all and takes a lot of effort. Sometimes in your desire to help your child, best intentions can end up being counterproductive. Applying the rules for parents will go a long way towards fostering an environment your child can use to enjoy and excel in their sport.
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Will conquer all the rest.
Our Spirit will Shine Through,
Fight UNI, Fight forever,
Trojans hail to you.