IASAS Swim medalists:
Gabby V 2nd 200m Free, 3rd 400m IM, 2nd 400m Free
Dias K 1st 200m Free, 1st 100m Back, 1st 200m IM, 1st 200m Back
Maia NGirls 3rd 100m Breastroke, 2nd 200m Breastroke
Gabbie E 2nd 100m Back, 3rd 50m Free
Samantha V R 2nd 800m Free
Girls 4x50m Freestyle relay 2nd (Nat/Isabel/Andie/Samantha)
Girls 4x100m Medley relay 3rd (Gabbie/Gabby/ Maia/Jennifer)
Boys 4x50m Freestyle relay 3rd (Aldrin/Henry/Michael/Lukas)
Boys 4x100m Medley relay 3rd (Ian/Dias/Lukas/Henry)
12 individual medals plus 4 relay medals
*IASAS Record Dias K in 200m Back 2:07.18 CONGRATULATIONS!
ISM HS SPORTS AWARDS FOR ALL S2 TEAMS IS WED FEB 15TH 5:30PM AT THE LOFTHOUSE.
Please take the time to navigate the ATAC blog http://atac.ism-online.org/ as it is our one stop shop for all information related to the competitive ISM sports program.
For our All Year Round teams- Wall Climbing, Chess, Judo, TKD, Aikido, Table Tennis -As these programs are year round it is possible for students to join during the year as long as space is available. See link to information and schedule to attend and meet the coaches. All year round sports teams See schedule for our All year round teams program here…
Please note the practice times for ATAC programs for SY 16-17 are as follows: ATAC all year round teams- 3:15-4:30. For our Sailfish swim team program please check the Sailfish blog for information http://sailfish.ism-online.org/
Parents and students please take some time to peruse the ATAC blog it has a wide variety of information and links to our sports and activities program. If you have any questions regarding the competitive program of sports at ISM after reading the information on the blog please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will endeavour to assist you as best I can.
Bearcat Den- drop by our fantastic spirit store. There is a a range of products and items to purchase including items from our service partners. Bearcat Den hours of operation- 7am-4pm Mon-Fri.
Below is a brief bio of the visiting coaches. It is going to be a great learning experience for our players and coaches and we look forward to giving them a big Bearcat Welcome!
Coach Gay McNutt– a decorated collegiate player as well as a veteran with 32 years of coaching experience. Of those 32 years, 22 were spent as a Division I college coach. She spent 6 years as the head coach in the Southland Conference with Northwestern State University before taking the reins at University of Southern Miss for seven seasons, and nine seasons at Stephen F. Austin State University, in all, McNutt’s teams have won eight conference championships and finished in the league’s Top 3 on 10 other occasions, with four NCAA Regional Tournament Appearances. McNutt has been honored numerous times in her coaching career. She was named Conference Coach of the Year at Stephen F. Austin in 2010, and was a three-time Southland Conference Coach of the Year at Northwestern State and took Conference USA Coach of the Year honors in 2004. McNutt was a four-year starter behind the plate at Texas A&M, starting for the Aggies from 1982-1985. She was named to the all-region team each of those four years and earned All-American honors in 1985. McNutt, who served as team captain in each of her last two seasons at A&M, helped lead the Aggies to a national title in 1982 and ’83, and a second-place finish at the Women’s College World Series in 1984. McNutt was inducted into the Texas A&M Hall of Fame in 2011. McNutt now works for Schutt Sports as the Business Development Manager for Baseball/Softball.
strengths are hitting and fielding instruction. Upon meeting Coach Bruce it is evident that his“passion for this game burns as bright as ever”.
Coach Shawn is excited to travel to Manila and shares what this trip means to her: “I cannot begin to express how grateful I am for this opportunity to visit the Philippines and to be able to share my gift and softball knowledge in my grandfathers’ native land. Both of my grandfathers’ came to America from the Philippines as children in search of a better life and opportunity. I grew up in Stockton, California and through softball I was able to rise abovemy difficult circumstances and be the first in my entire family to obtain a college degree from a top 10 university. I have also achieved athletic success surpassing my wildest dreams. I have been a NCAA Division I National Champion, All-American and nominated the first woman softball player inducted into the Texas Sport Hall of Fame. None of this would be possible without the courage, strength and wisdom of my grandfathers and their plight to move our family forward. I live my life trying to create these same type opportunities for others. Opportunities change lives!