As one of Hockaday's Four Cornerstones, Athletics play an important role in the lives of Hockaday students. Our sports activities, as well as our physical education classes teach us to enjoy the mental, physical, and ethical balance through learning that stems from teamwork, self-sacrifice and perseverance.
Hockaday competes in theSouthwest Preparatory Conference (SPC)in basketball, cross-country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, and volleyball. In addition, Hockaday students compete in crew and fencing.
Sena-Ter Asom (Class of 2026) participated in the Junior Olympics in Des Moines this summer. Sena made it into the Semi-Finals (U10) in the 100m and 200m and she medaled in the long jump placing 4th overall in the country.
Congratulations to the Hockaday Volleyball Team for a successful start to the 2018 season. They finished strong in 3rd out of a total of 52 teams last weekend at the TAPPS Spike Down 2018 in Fort Worth.
“This was a great start to our season and I am so proud of all our players. I especially want to thank everyone who came and supported us throughout this weekend. A weekend where I saw us battle adversity, handle pressure and come together as a team to finish the tournament going 6-1 overall and 12-3 in sets. Congratulations to Leilah Smith on being selected to the All Tournament Team. We will enjoy the success this weekend, but it will be back to business starting Monday.”- Coach Gass
Hockaday Varsity Lacrosse won the SPC Championship beating ESD 16-8 and became the State Champions on Sunday, May 13 with their victory against No. 1 ranked Houston Kinkaid in the Texas Girls High School Lacrosse League Division 1 final. It is the Hockaday Varsity Lacrosse Team’s fourth state championship – and first since 2012. Go Daisies!