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Holy Names Academy Athletic Program


Athletic Director Photo

Lacey London, Athletic Director

Athletic Director: Lacey London

Head of School & Principal: Elizabeth Swift

League: Metro (3A)

District: Two (Sea-King)

School Colors: Maroon and Gray

HNA fields teams in 13 sports. Of those, 10 compete in the Seattle Metropolitan High School 3A League, better known as the Metro League, and are eligible to qualify for post-season tournament play in 3A District II (Sea-King) and in the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) 3A State tournament for each sport. Three of HNA’s sports teams—crew, lacrosse, and Ultimate Frisbee—are independent.

HNA Metro/District/State Team Championships    1996—Spring 2015

10           Metro League All Sports Trophy (eight consecutive years from 2007-08 through 2014-15; also 2004–2005, 1999–2000)

12           WIAA State 3A Championships (Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Swimming, Track)

23           Sea-King District 2 Championships (Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track)

58           Metro League Championships (Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Track, Volleyball)

20           WIAA State 3A Academic Championships
              (Basketball, Choir, Cross Country, Golf, Orchestra, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track, Volleyball)


HNA Sports Teams


# Participants (2014-2015)




Fall (August - October)




Varsity, JV, Novice


Cross Country*

Varsity, JV






Varsity, JV, JVC



Varsity, JV



Varsity, JV, JVC 





Winter (November - March)




Varsity, JV, JVC 


Crew Conditioning*









Spring (March - May)




Varsity, JV, Novice






Varsity, JV



Varsity, JV



Varsity, JV



Varsity, JV 


Ultimate Frisbee

Varsity, JV





* Denotes no-cut sport




Varsity Teams provide a competitive program in which skilled athletes are selected to represent HNA at the highest levels of competition. The main goal of varsity teams is to achieve team success. 

JV and JVC Teams provide skill development, increased knowledge of the sport, and extensive opportunities to participate. 

Eligibility & Policies   top

Link to HNA Athletic Handbook (PDF)

There are two steps required for athletes to register to participate on an athletic team at Holy Names Academy:

1. Register Online at FamilyID
HNA Athletics Registration at

Before a student may turn out for a sport, she and a parent must complete the online athletic registration and permission forms for Holy Names Academy athletics at the website FamilyID (

After submitting a one-time family registration with FamilyID, parents and their athletes must complete the registration for their athlete(s) AND complete online acknowledgement of three agreements:

• Parent Permission for Athletic Participation and Emergency Medical Treatment

• Acknowledgement of Concussion and Head Injury Information

• Acknowledgement of Athletic Department Handbook


2. Submit an Annual Physical Evaluation Form

WIAA Physical Form (PDF)Once a year, each student athlete must also download the printed form WIAA Preparticipation Physical Evaluation and History (PDF) or obtain a copy from the Athletic Office, undergo a physical examination by a physician licensed in the State of Washington, and submit the form (signed by the physician) to the Athletic Office. This form is valid for 13 months from the date signed; a new form must be on file with the Athletic Office each year the student intends to participate on any HNA athletic team(s).


Re-Register for Each Sport
Athletes trying out for additional sports later in the school year or in subsequent years for the same sport must return to the FamilyID website to re-register for each sport in each year, and, if necessary, update their contact, medical, or insurance information. Because the student’s information is stored online with FamilyID, this re-registration process will normally be brief. 


No student will be permitted to participate in athletic tryouts, practices, or games until registration is complete on the FamilyID site AND the annual Physical Evaluation form is filed with the Athletic Office.


Privacy Policy and Data Retention
After a student graduates from Holy Names Academy, or chooses not to continue to participate in interscholastic athletics, or leaves the school before graduating, she and her family have the right to request that most of her personal information be permanently deleted from FamilyIDs records. Personal information necessary for Holy Names Academy to verify the school’s compliance with state and federal law or regulations of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association may be retained. To request the information be deleted, call FamilyID at (888) 800-5583, Ext. 1.  All personal information is subject to the complete Privacy Policy of FamilyID, Inc., which is available on the firm’s website.



Athletic Policies

All athletes and their parents will be required to sign an Athletic Handbook acknowledgement before the start of each season.  Additional information on school policies is available in the HNA Parent/Student Handbook and Calendar, distributed prior to the start of each school year.

Teams   top

Cougar Corner   top

Merchandise   top


Available in the Athletics Office. Proceeds benefit Holy Names Academy Athletics. For purchases contact, Lacey London, Cash or checks only! Payable to: Holy Names Academy.

Click on thumbnail photo for enlarged image.


Sports Bag
Personalized Canvas Sport Bag
(takes approximately 2 weeks for delivery)  
Fleece Jacket
Personalized Black Fleece Jacket
(Special Order)
Hooded Cougar Sweatshirt
Hooded Sweatshirt
Set of Hooded Sweatshirt & Pants
Athletic Sweatpants
Athletic Sweatpants (Gray)
Plaid PJ Pants
Plaid PJ Pants
Crewneck Sweatshirts
Crewneck Cougar Sweatshirt
T-Shirts - short or longsleeve (Black, Maroon, Gray, or White)
Cougar Hat
Cougar Hat (Black, Maroon, or White)
HNA Scarf
Stadium Blanket
All-Weather Stadium Blanket
Water Bottle
Aluminum Water Bottle
(available in maroon and silver)
Cougar Patch
HNA Cougar Patch
Collapsible Waterbottle (BPA-free)
Window Decals
HNA Socks
HNA Plastic Tumber Glass
Full ZipHooded Sweatshirt
Set of Hooded Sweatshirt and Pants

Summer Sports Camps   top

Cougar Soccer Camp

Holy Names Academy offers summer camps for young women entering Grades 4 through 8, and to any student starting Grade 9 at Holy Names Academy in the fall. The athletic camps include soccer, basketball, and volleyball, and are designed to offer quality instruction from the HNA coaching staff, players, and alumnae in a fun, welcoming environment. All skill levels are welcome. Coding Camp is designed as an introduction to the field of computer science.

A separate summer rowing camp, hosted by Lake Union Crew, welcomes young women ages 12-17.

Camp registrations are limited and camps fill quickly; early registration advised.

All Cougar summer camps for 2016 require a one-time family registration with the FamilyID website and separate registration for each camp through FamilyID. Click individual links below for information and to register. Lake Union Crew rowing camp requires a separate registration process (see below).

Cougar SOCCER Camp 2016 Cougar Soccer Camp
Delridge Field (West Seattle)
June 27 - July 1, 2016  $175
Students entering 6th-8th grade: 1 p.m.-3 p.m.
Students entering 9th grade at HNA: 9:30 a.m.-noon (9th graders must be entering HNA in the fall.)

Cougar BASKETBALL Camp 2016Cougar Basketball Camp
July 11-14, 2016  $175
Students entering 4th-6th grade: 8 a.m.-Noon
Students entering 7th-9th grade: 1 p.m.-5 p.m. (9th graders must be entering HNA in the fall.)

Cougar VOLLEYBALL Camp 2016Cougar Volleyball Camp
July 18-21, 2016  $175
Students entering 5th-8th grade: 9 a.m.-Noon
Students entering 8th-9th grade 1 p.m.-4 p.m. (CAMP IS FULL)

Cougar CODING Camp 2016Cougar Coding Camp
July 25-29, 2016  $175
Students entering 6th-9th grade: 9:30 a.m.-Noon (9th graders must be entering HNA in the fall.)

Lake Union Crew ROWING Camp 2016
June 20-
Aug. 11, 2016. See Lake Union Crew website for fees and schedule.
HNLake Union CrewA’s nationally admired Crew program encourages young women ages 12-17 to participate in a summer rowing camp, hosted by Lake Union Crew.  A great way to meet new friends, learn a cool sport, and spend the day on the water.


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