Navigation

Athletics at DePaul Prep

Get Ready For The Return 2020-21

If your student plans to participate in our athletics this year, the following forms must be completed and the following steps must be taken:

student athlete requirements

 DePaul Prep must have an up-to-date IHSA Pre-Participation Examination Form (this is in addition to the State of IL Health Exam/Physical form) and Sport Medicine and Acknowledgement Consent Form on file before team tryouts. The IHSA form must be filled out, signed by 1) a physician, physician's assistant or advanced nurse practitioner, 2) your student, and 3) a parent/guardian. Families will upload this to their Magnus Health profile when appropriate.

Magnus Tutorial video

Download: Sport medicine and acknowledgement consent form

download: iHSA PRE-PARTICIPATION examination FORM

 

DePaul Prep is proud to be an Under Armour school. Our athletes sport Under Armour wear and gear exclusively. 

DePaul Prep is proud to partner with AthletiCo, our official provider of physical therapy and athletic training. 

DePaul Prep is proud to partner with Herff Jones, our official provider of class rings and letterman jackets. 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent cancellations, changes, and guideline updates to sports seasons, the schedules for this coming school year are fluid. We will be updating our schedules on the website as soon as we have contracted contests but this year that is going to be done as it comes to us and not all at once. In a normal school year, you can typically expect most of, if not all, the team schedules to be posted by the start of the school year.

Please continue to check with your head coach for all practice and competition schedules.

IHSA Return to Play Updates

  • All Sports
  • Basketball
  • Bowling
  • COVID
  • IHSA
  • Return to Play

This past Monday, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) changed the metrics used to determine the Mitigation Tiers.  With this shift in metrics, Region 11 (City of Chicago) has moved from Tier 3 Resurgence Mitigations to Tier 2 Resurgence Mitigations.  The move to Tier 2 allows the following:

Low-Risk Sports: May practice and begin competitions.
Medium-Risk Sports: May practice and can conduct intrasquad scrimmages as allowed. 
High-Risk Sports: May begin team workouts with no contact and can not scrimmage.

Read More about IHSA Return to Play Update - 1/22/21

2020-21 Winter Sport Start Dates & Info

Sport Coach Coach Email Start Date & Time Location Notes
Boys Basketball Coach Kleinschmidt tkleinschmidt@depaulprep.org 1/30/21 DePaul College Prep Fr. Gordon Campus Bring basketball shoes, wear appropriate attire, water bottle and towel.
Girls Basketball Coach Zarymbski szarymbski@depaulprep.org 1/30/21 DePaul College Prep Fr. Gordon Campus Bring basketball shoes, wear appropriate attire, water bottle and towel.
Boys and Girls Bowling  Coach Hohrein jhohrein@depaulprep.org 1/30/21 TBD Bring bowling shoes, ball, water bottle and proper bowling attire. 
Cheerleading, all levels Ms. Crawford jcrawford@depaulprep.org 1/30/21 DePaul College Prep Wear workout attire & gym shoes, bring water

IHSA Start Dates: Spring 20-21

Sport Start Date Tryout/Cut
Boys Soccer March 1, 2021  No
Football March 3, 2021 No
Girls Volleyball March 8, 2021  Yes

*All dates are when the season may start, DePaul Prep will most likely start on these dates or a few days later depending on the coach's preference/schedule.

IHSA Start Dates: Summer 20-21

Sport Start Date Tryout/Cut
Baseball April 5, 2021 No
Boys / Girls Track & Field April 5, 2021 No

Softball

April 5, 2021 No
Girls Soccer April 5, 2021 No 
Boys Volleyball April 5, 2021 No

Boys / Girls Lacrosse

April 5, 2021

No

Boys Tennis  April 5, 2021 No
Wrestling  April 19, 2021 No

*All dates are when the season may start, DePaul Prep will most likely start on these dates or a few days later depending on the coach's preference/schedule.

Twitter Icon
   @DePaulPrepAD
Instagram Icon

 @depaulprepathletics

I want students to have positive experiences and develop lifelong friendships and relationships; friendships and relationships are much more important than wins and losses. When you develop those and close bonds, wins are more likely to come.

Pat Mahoney
Director of Athletics