PATRIOTS Compete

The John Carroll School offers a variety of sports ranging from the fresh-soph to varsity levels. As members of the MIAA and IAAM Conferences, John Carroll’s student athletes compete on either the A or B level, depending on the sport. Since the fall of 2014, the Patriots have won team championships in Men's Basketball, Field Hockey, Indoor Soccer, Equestrian, Football, Men’s Lacrosse, softball, Women’s Tennis, Men’s Track & Field, and Wrestling.

Come be a part of the Patriots' winning tradition.

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Patriot Athletics at a Glance

IAAM/MIAA A & B Conferences
  • 51

    Sports Teams

  • 75%+

    of students participate in athletics

  • 6

    Team Championships in 2016-2017

  • 7

    NCAA Div. I National Letters of Intent Signees

  • 2

    Baltimore Sun All-Metro Players of the Year in 2015-2016

Player

NCAA DIVISION I SIGNINGS SINCE 2015

  • Bryant University - basketball (m), football
  • Bucknell University - basketball (m)
  • Campbell University - lacrosse (w)
  • Coastal Carolina University - lacrosse (w)
  • Delaware State University - lacrosse (w)
  • George Mason University - lacrosse (w)
  • High Point University - lacrosse (w)
  • Hofstra University - lacrosse (w)
  • Jacksonville University - lacrosse (w)
  • James Madison University - lacrosse (w)
  • Lehigh University - field hockey
  • Manhattan College - lacrosse (w)
  • Mount Saint Mary’s University - soccer (w), basketball (m), lacrosse (w)
  • San Diego State University - lacrosse (w)
  • Stetson University - lacrosse (w)
  • Temple University - lacrosse (w)
  • Towson University - tennis (w)
  • University of California, Davis - lacrosse (w)
  • University of Delaware - lacrosse (w)
  • University of North Carolina - lacrosse (w)
  • University of Oregon - lacrosse (w)
  • University of Pennsylvania - football
  • University of Rhode Island - basketball (m)
  • University of Vermont - lacrosse (w)
  • University of Wisconsin - wrestling
  • Virginia Tech - lacrosse (w)
  • West Point - soccer (m)
  • Winthrop University - lacrosse (w)
  • Yale University - football