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Catlin Gabel students are known as strong competitors; whether they are first-time participants who are learning new skills in one of our 14 different programs or seasoned players who are aiming to win a state championship for one of our ten varsity teams.

At Catlin Gabel, we value the lessons taught by athletics participation: teamwork, overcoming adversity, selflessness, and strength of character. Our athletics program emphasizes these values with every student-athlete, in every sport, at every level. We believe by making these our priorities, success will naturally follow.

We have a no-cut policy to encourage students to try a sport without any pressure, and have JV and JV2 teams for athletes with progressing skills. Playing time are not guaranteed at the more competitive level, but every student-athlete will see playing time if they are committed to games and practices on a regular basis.

Student-athletes can participate in a diverse array of sports. Competitive Middle School teams include soccer, cross-country, tennis, girls volleyball, basketball, and track and field. Upper School teams and individuals compete in soccer, cross-country, girls volleyball, swim, basketball, skiing, baseball, tennis, golf, and track and field.

Key Program Facts

All-Sport Award

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Awarded the Oregon Athletic Coaches Association All-Sport Champion Award for eight consecutive years and 19 times overall since 2020 in the 3A Classification


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Awards include state champions, All-Americans, Coaches of the Year, Players of the Year, and all state/district honor


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A competitive varsity program focused on reaching state playoffs in every sport

Kate Williams ’01 Catlin Gabel Athletics Director

Kate Williams ’01,  Athletics Director

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Tyler Reuter, Associate Director of Athletics