Athletics

Athletics Overview

Welcome!

Welcome to Regents Knights athletics, which began in 1995 with 5th-8th grade basketball, volleyball and football and has since expanded to 55 teams across 15 different sports in grades 6 through 12.

Since our first year of varsity athletics in 2000, Regents has won state championships in football (2010, 2006, 2003, 2002, and 2001), volleyball (2006), girls golf (2012), swim (2013) and cheerleading (2006) as well as numerous regional, bi-district and district titles in other sports including boys and girls basketball and golf.

Athletics, rightly understood as an integral part of education, compliments our greater mission at Regents. Lessons of commitment, teamwork, tenacity and overcoming adversity are advanced on our courts and fields. It is in the midst of “running to win the prize” that our student-athletes experience great life lessons. These lessons go beyond the x’s and o’s and into the heart of each one as they develop a love for Christ and service to those around them.

Along the way, our programs also provide wonderful opportunities to strengthen the larger community of Regents. Relationships built in the stands provide cohesiveness among our parents as they support their children. Your enthusiastic participation is important as we continue to seek to honor God through our athletic program.

Athletics News:

List of 12 news stories.

  • On the 82 Acres: Regents Armory

    The Regents Armory has a new brick and mortar location on our campus! Come visit us for the grand opening tomorrow and stock up on all your Regents fan gear. The Regents Armory is located next to the concession stand by the gym.
  • Knight in the Spotlight: Dominique Simmons

    Dominique Simmons is a Physical Education Teacher, Head Girls Varsity Coach, and Girls Basketball Program Director. Previously Dom served as a part-time JV Head and Varsity Assistant coach. Dom completed her undergraduate studies at Simpson University (B.A. Psychology) and played collegiate basketball. Dom went on to complete her graduate studies at Liberty University (M.A. in Counseling & Life Coaching and Doctorate Educational Leadership). Dom relocated to Texas after playing professional basketball overseas. In her free time, she enjoys playing in the Women’s D-League, strength training, reading books on personal and professional development, writing poetry, and developing Life Coaching videos and curriculum. She enjoys being at Regents because she able to mentor and empower others, be challenged, learn new things, and most importantly grow as a woman of God.

    "Dom is a stud! She flat out gets it. She's a great PE teacher and embraces our mission to help raise up young ladies in the Lord through basketball. She also pushes the girls to the be the best basketball players/team they can be." - Beck Brydon, Athletic Director
  • A Family Affair

    "Yesterday, we celebrated the commitments of five student-athletes extending their athletic and academic careers.We celebrated five families that contributed greatly to their success.We celebrated a community of coaches, teachers and friends who all rallied together to support these student-athletes in their athletic and academic achievements."
  • On the 82 Acres: More Than Sport

    Celebrating a common identity around Christ, the day was full of round robin games with teams made up of girls from all three schools, "get to know you" exercises, and sharing a meal together.
  • Regents Cheer Takes 3rd at TAPPS State

    We are so proud of our Knights Cheer for winning 3rd place at the TAPPS State Competition. Watch some of their routine here!
  • Soccer Halftime Fun with Dr. P

    During each halftime of our Varsity Boys and Varsity Girls Soccer games against Hyde Park, students had the chance to score a goal on Head of School, Dr. Dan Peterson. Check out the videos!
  • Senior Hunter Walker Featured in Statesmen

  • Football Closes Out Great Season

    Regents had 29 players earn All-District honors, and 11 players earn All-State honors. Great job Knights! You made us proud!
  • Natalia Saenz is 1st Team All State

    Natalia finished as the State Runner-up out of 179 runners and was awarded TAPPS 1st Team All-State.
  • Football State Semi-Final Friday, November 30

    After a well-played, 24-6 win over Holy Cross last week, our varsity Knights are now in the TAPPS Div II State Semifinal this Friday, 7:00 p.m. at Cub Stadium in Brenham, TX.  Regents will play perennial power Second Baptist (Houston, TX). $10 adults, $5 students. White out in the stands, and we need more cowbells! #GRIT #BELIEVE
  • A Word from our Athletics Director

    Our athletic department theme for 2018-2019 is GRIT.  While GRIT is not an original Greek or Hebrew term, there are other terms like steadfastness that mirror this concept of GRIT.  There are several different definitions of GRIT, but my favorite is courage and resolve; strength of character.
  • Cross Country Girls Team 3rd in State

    The Regents Girls Cross Country Team placed 3rd overall out of 26 teams at the TAPPS 5A State Meet in Waco on October 29.
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