St. Andrew's offers 10 sports for girls and 11 sports for boys. All sports field varsity and junior varsity teams, and some a third level. Most students begin their careers on lower-level teams and work their way up to varsity. Students are required to play two sports during their III Form (freshman) and IV Form (sophomore) years, and one sport during their V Form (junior) and VI Form (senior) years. St. Andrew's competes in the Delaware Independent Schools Conference, which is comprised of six independent schools located not more than 45 minutes from our campus. We have won nearly 40 state championships in our nearly 90-year history as a School, and some of our teams have received national and international recognition.
SAS football Head Coach Patrick Moffitt (who played for Williams, as seen at left) was noted as one of the "great quarterbacks" of the NESAC in this interview with Amherst Head Coach EJ Mills on ESPN Radio. "I still have nightmares about Pat Moffitt," Mills said. "So thanks for dropping that name on me." Listen to the full interview here (begins at 1:30).
The girls JV race lines up at the Middletown Invitational starting line on September 23. Ready, set....
St. Andrew's is in full compliance with all DIAA regulations governing athletic eligibility and does not recruit for athletic purposes.
In January 2016, Taylor Graves ’14 & Sam Fox ’14 met up for a Cornell-Howard game in Washington, DC, where they cheered on fellow SAS alum and Cornell guard Janee Dennis ’14.
Love this DISC Championships swimming hype video by Sammy Nelson ’16.
The Saints girls varsity squash team huddles before a 2016 home match.
Head Coach Taylor Foehl preps the boys squash team before practice in the Durkin Fleischer Squash Center.
Brando Leggott ’18 pins an opponent at the 2016 DISC Wrestling Championships. Brando was ultimately won the championship in his weight class and was named tournament MVP.
Watch SAS girls crew get ready for the 2016 Stotesbury Regatta in this student-produced promo video.
Three-game win streak positions team well for the postseason
A classic Gatorade shower for our beloved Saints varsity baseball Head Coach of 55 years, at the close of his final game.
Saints lacrosse enjoys a preseason warm-up in the morning fog, compliments of Noxontown Pond. (Photo by Assistant Coach Will Robinson.)
SAS LAX alums John MacIntosh '12, Khary Dennis '12, and Henry Martellier '15 met up after a Wesleyan-Williams lacrosse game.
Doubles team Brennan Ayres '17 and Peter Choi '17 chest bump after a solid practice set.