News & Events
Home and away spectators are allowed at spring sporting events. We ask that you continue to social distance a minimum of 6ft. between family pods and wear masks when attending events. In addition, spectators should fill out the DeLaSalle Spring Sports Spectator Registration prior to attending each scheduled contest, home or away (this form needs to be filled out every time you attend a contest).
DeLaSalle has adopted a new system for making athletic sports medicine appointments with our Certified Athletic Trainer, Cindy Schlafmann. Cindy is available to assess all injuries related to activity participation at DeLaSalle. To make an appointment on the Athletic Training Appointments Google Calendar, please click this link.
If you need to connect with Cindy regarding an injury or appointment, please contact her via email. Please always remember to notify your coach of injuries as well, so they can follow up with Cindy.
DeLaSalle Athletics has recently begun using TeamBuildr, an app for strength and conditioning! We encourage all student-athletes to sign up for the TeamBuildr App today. The app allows us to program both general fitness workouts and sport-specific workouts for players away from DeLaSalle, either in a gym or at-home. Players can log their results from each workout and compare them to see their progress! Our Strength Coach, Oscar Booth, is overseeing the programming through the TeamBuildr App and is able to assist student-athletes in their development through strength and conditioning.
Each athletic program at DeLaSalle has a program designed for them. Look up the Easy Join Code for your sport here, You can then follow this link to get started and create your account! You can download the App on a smartphone or tablet, or you can access your account through your web browser.
Easy Join Codes for co-op programs are being added please check back momentarily.
The distinguishing feature and reason for the existence of DeLaSalle’s student activity offerings is to assist students in their religious, spiritual, and moral formation as well as provide for the student a better understanding of how all activities at DeLaSalle support its mission. All co-curricular offerings strive to promote a Christian environment while enriching not only our students but also the greater community. Learn more about each activity, including the head coach, their season schedule, and more below. DeLaSalle students may register for a sport using the “Register Here” link for each program.
Coach: Matt Tessmer
Baseball at DeLaSalle is made up of three levels: Varsity, JV, and C. Practices are held off campus within Minneapolis, most often at Bryn Mawr Park and Shingle Creek Park – Frank Qulici Field. Home games are also held off campus, most often at Parade Park and Shingle Creek Park- Frank Quilici Field.
Coach: Veronica Pettini
Season: Fall and winter
Our competitive cheer program is made up of two levels, Varsity and JV. Our season starts in the Fall and continues through February. All experience levels are welcome to tryout. Our routines are made up of stunts, jumps, dance, and cheer. We participate in multiple competitions in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas.
Coach: Terrell McMoore
Over the past few years our football program has made up of two levels: Varsity and C. Football practices are located off campus at Marshall Terrace Park. Varsity home games are played on the DeLaSalle Athletic Field on Nicollet Island. C home games are played at away locations.
DeLaSalle High School is a co-op sport in boys’ lacrosse with Minnehaha Academy. Practices are located at Minnehaha Academy. Transportation for DeLaSalle lacrosse players is provided (one-way).
DeLaSalle High School is a co-op sport in girls’ lacrosse with Columbia Heights High School. This will be DeLaSalle’s first season in a co-op with Columbia Heights. Practices are located at Columbia Heights High School. Transportation for DeLaSalle lacrosse players is provided (one-way).
Coach: Veronica Pettini
Season: Fall and winter
DeLaSalle High School has a Fall Sideline Cheer Team and a Winter Sideline Cheer Team. Fall Sideline cheers at all home and away football games and occasionally other fall sporting events. Winter Sideline cheers at most home boys’ and girls’ basketball games and occasionally other winter sporting events. All experience levels are welcome to tryout.
Coach: Ryan Nichols
Boys’ Soccer is made up of four levels: Varsity, JV, B, and C. Practices are held off campus at Bryn Mawr Park, Parade Stadium, and Farview Park. Varsity home games are played on the DeLaSalle Athletic Field on Nicollet Island. Lower level home games are played at Fort Snelling – Neiman Sports Complex.
Coach: Tim McDonald
Girls’ Soccer is made up of three levels: Varsity, JV, and C. Practices are held off campus at Bryn Mawr Park, Parade Stadium, and Farview Park. Varsity home games are played on the DeLaSalle Athletic Field on Nicollet Island. Lower level home games are played at Fort Snelling – Neiman Sports Complex.
Coach: Madison Pawlyshyn
Varsity and Jr. Varsity co-op swim team from DeLaSalle, St. Anthony Village, and St. Agnes. Practice takes place at St. Anthony High School (3303 33rd Ave. NE, St. Anthony, MN 55418). DeLaSalle transports swimmers after school (one way) to St. Anthony.
Coach: Amy Croonquist (St. Anthony)
Varsity and Jr. Varsity co-op swim team from DeLaSalle, St. Anthony Village, St. Agnes, and St. Croix Lutheran. Swimmers practice at St. Anthony High School (3303 33rd Ave. NE, St. Anthony, MN 55418). DeLaSalle transports swimmers after school (one way) to St. Anthony.
Interim Head Coach Coach: Terrell McMoore
Track and Field offers two levels: Varsity and JV. All track and field meets take place at away locations. In the past practices have taken place at the following locations: on campus at DeLaSalle (Founders Park), Hamline University, and Brooklyn Center High School.