Recent Games & Scores

Tuesday, 1/21/2020

Men's Basketball-Varsity
Versus
8:00 PM
Away
Regents
Loss 54-61


Tuesday, 1/21/2020

Men's Soccer Varsity
Versus
7:00 PM
Home
Regents
Loss 0-6


Tuesday, 1/21/2020

Women's Basketball-Varsity
Versus
6:30 PM
Away
Regents
Win 61-23


Tuesday, 1/21/2020

Women's Soccer Varsity
Versus
5:00 PM
Home
Regents
Win 2-1


Friday, 1/17/2020

Men's Basketball-Varsity
Versus
7:30 PM
Away
Central Catholic
Win 53-58


Friday, 1/17/2020

Men's Soccer Varsity
Versus
7:00 PM
Away
Hyde Park Baptist
Win 6-2


Friday, 1/17/2020

Women's Basketball-Varsity
Versus
6:00 PM
Away
St. Mary's Hall
Win 49-48


Friday, 1/17/2020

Women's Soccer Varsity
Versus
5:00 PM
Away
Hyde Park Baptist
Win 4-1


Tuesday, 1/14/2020

Men's Basketball-Varsity
Versus
7:00 PM
Away
St. Mary's Hall
Loss 47-71


Tuesday, 1/14/2020

Women's Basketball-Varsity
Versus
6:00 PM
Home
Incarnate Word - San Antonio
Loss 41-46


Saturday, 1/11/2020

Blue Bell Tournament

Men's Soccer Varsity
Versus
11:00 AM
Away
Cypress Ridge
Loss 0-5


Friday, 1/10/2020

Blue Bell Tournament

Men's Soccer Varsity
Versus
3:00 PM
Away
Sealy High
Loss 0-2


Friday, 1/10/2020

Blue Bell Tournament

Men's Soccer Varsity
Versus
10:30 AM
Away
Cypress Falls
Loss 0-3


Athletics at St. Michael's

OUR PROGRAM

St. Michael’s Catholic Academy is a member of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools. (TAPPS). (See tapps.net for general and specific athletic guidelines)

Philosophy
 The St. Michael’s Athletic Department's philosophy is to offer a comprehensive athletic program at a competitive level that emphasizes the development of lifelong learning, values and skills through hard work, sportsmanship, ethical conduct, and fair play.
 
Department Goals and Objectives
At St. Michael's, we understand that our student athletes are just that: both students and athletes, and the athletic program must always be kept in balance with academic goals. In accordance with that premise, we:
  • develop programs that encourage broad participation, create school spirit, and relay a feeling of unity among the student body, faculty, and community;
  • strive for excellence in our programs that will produce competitive teams;
  • inspire all student athletes to give their best effort in the classroom, as well as on the field/court;
  • teach our student athletes that dignity, self-worth, and self-esteem are achieved through hard work;
  • help our student athletes develop self-discipline and emotional maturity in learning to make choices under competitive pressure;
  • promote the importance of teamwork, good sportsmanship, loyalty and fair play;
  • develop an enjoyment of physical activity that will carry over to recreational involvement as a lifelong pursuit.


Current News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Swim Competes at TAPPS Regionals (By Kevin Steen, Associate Athletic Director & Head Athletic Trainer)

    On Wednesday, January  22, the swim team competed in the TAPPS Central Regional Meet at Josh Davis Natatorium in San Antonio. 

    In the first event of the swim meet, Lady Crusaders relay team of Mary Claire Fuselier, Gabrielle Bliss, Regan Sims and Lucy Fuselier placed fourth in the women's 200 yard medley relay with a time of 2:10.80.  In the women's 50 yard freestyle, Lucy Fuselier placed ninth, while Bliss placed tenth and Sydney Osgood finished 18th. In the girls 100 yard butterfly, Sims finished fourth while Mary Claire Fuselier finished seventh.  Evelyn Fuselier placed ninth in the girls 100yd freestyle. The relay team of Regan Sims, Evelyn Fuselier, Melina Ustinov and Lucy Fuselier placed fifth in the 200 yard freestyle relay.  Mary Claire Fuselier finished fourth in the100 yard backstroke with a time of 1:19.93. In the 100 yard breaststroke, Bliss placed fourth while Lucy Fuselier placed eleventh. Evelyn Fuselier placed twelfth and Caverlee Dahill finished 18th.  In the last event of the meet, the relay team of Sims, Mary Fuselier, Bliss and Evelyn Fuselier placed third in the 400 yard freestyle relay with a time of 4:23.27.

    For the Crusaders, Luke Logan placed ninth in the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 25.81 and placed seventh in the 100 yard breaststroke with a time of 1:17.01. 

    The Swim team will be back in action at the TAPPS Division II State Swim Championship on February 6 at the MISD Natatorium in Mansfield, Texas.
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  • SMCA Swim Takes 3rd at District Meet

    On Friday, January 10, the Men's and Women's Swim Teams competed in their district swim meet at the Texas School for the Deaf. The Men and Women finished third overall in the meet, 
    For the Lady Crusaders, the relay team of Mary Claire Fuselier, Gabrielle Biss, Regan Sims and Lucy Fuselier placed third in won the 200yd medley relay and the 200yd freestyle relay. In the girls 50yd freestyle event, the Lady Crusaders placed four swimmers in the top 7th, Lucy Fuselier (2nd), Bliss (3rd) Sydney Osgood (5th), and Melina Ustinov (7th). In the 100yd breaststroke, Bliss finished second with Lucy Fuselier and E.Fuselier taking third and fourth. In the 100yd freestyle, E.Fuselier placed third and Ustinov placed seven. Regan Sims placed third in the 100yd butterfly. 

    For the Crusaders, Luke Logan placed third in the 50yd freestyle and fourth in the 100yd breaststroke. 

    Crusaders will compete at TAPPS Division II Central Regionals on Wednesday, January 22, at Bill Walker Pools in San Antonio. 
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  • Basketball Teams Victorious on Tuesday (By Kevin Steen, Associate Athletic Director and Head Athletic Trainer)

    Men's and Women's Basketball teams were both in action on Tuesday, January 7. The Lady Crusaders traveled to North Austin to play St. Stephen's Episcopal as the Crusaders hosted St. Dominic Savio at the Carter Athletic Center. 

    The Lady Crusaders cruised to a 48-25 victory over the Lady Spartans to improve their record 13-10 overall and will be back in action on Friday, January 10, as they host Geneva School of Boerne. Tip-off is at 6:30 p.m.

    In the Men's game, the Crusaders erased a ten point deficit outscoring the Eagles 27-12 in the 4th quarter to win 66-61. It was a great come from behind victory for the Crusaders as they improved their overall record to 12-9. The Crusaders have two home games in a row, they play San Antonio TMI tonight at 7 p.m. and Geneva School of Boerne tomorrow at 8 p.m. 

    Please come out and support the SMCA Basketball teams! If you can't make it to the games on Friday night, you can watch them live on kmacsports.com. Mens JV1 plays at 5:15 p.m. Live coverage starts at 6:15 p.m. for the women's game and 7:50 p.m. for the men's game .
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  • Welcome Coach McCormick!

    Coach Lee McCormick, a 16-year veteran in the field of strength and conditioning, is the newest member of our football team. Lee has tutored many professional NFL players, boxers, Olympians (track, swimming and diving), and high school athletes. McCormick served as an assistant strength & conditioning coach at the University of Texas at Austin for six years. While at UT, McCormick assisted in the design and implementation of speed development for the football program, and developed strength programs for women's tennis, softball, rowing, golf, cheer, women's track & field, and cross country. Before his time at UT, McCormick was the head strength coach at Indiana State University where he oversaw 18 NCAA Division 1 sports.
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  • Women's Soccer Wins Silver Division in Tournament Play (By Kevin Steen, Associate Athletic Director and Head Athletic Trainer)

    On January 2 - 4, the Women's Soccer team traveled to Brenham, Texas to compete in the Brenham Blue Bell Tournament. The Lady Crusaders won their first round game against Carroll High School 4-1, advancing them to the winner's side of the bracket. On Friday, January 3, the Lady Crusaders lost 1-0 to Saginaw High School; even though the Lady Crusaders dominated the game, they could not find the back of the net.

    With a 1-1 tournament record, the Lady Crusaders headed into Saturday play against tournament host Brenham High School. The Lady Crusaders won 1-0 to avenge last year's loss to Brenham in this same tournament. The win against the Lady Bears set up a championship match in the Silver division against Magnolia West. The Lady Crusaders won 3-2 to take the Silver division. 

    Congratulations to the Lady Crusaders on a great tournament and bringing back hardware to campus. 

    The Lady Crusaders are back in action on Friday, January 17, as they open district play at Hyde Park. Kick-off is slated for 5 p.m. 
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Upcoming Games

Home
League
vs.
Hyde Park Baptist
Playing Fields - St. Michael's Athletic Center
Home
League
vs.
Brentwood Christian
Athletic Fields - Crusader Stadium - STAD
Home
League
vs.
Hyde Park Baptist
Carter Athletic Center - CAC Gym - Gym
Home
League
vs.
Hyde Park Baptist
Carter Athletic Center - CAC Gym - Gym
Home
League
vs.
Brentwood Christian
Athletic Fields - Crusader Stadium - STAD
Home
League
vs.
Hyde Park Baptist
Carter Athletic Center - CAC Gym - Gym
Away
Tournament

Aggieland Classic

Non-League
vs.
Falcons
Penberthy Fields
Away
Tournament

Aggieland Classic

Non-League
vs.
Allen
Penberthy Fields
Away
Tournament

Aggieland Classic

Non-League
vs.
Klein High
Penberthy Fields
Home
League
vs.
Regents
Carter Athletic Center - CAC Gym - Gym
Away
League
vs.
Regents
Regents School of Austin
Away
League
vs.
Brentwood Christian
Brentwood Christian School
Away
League
vs.
Brentwood Christian
Brentwood Christian School
Away
League
vs.
Regents
Regents School of Austin
Away
League
vs.
Brentwood Christian
Brentwood Christian School