Athletics

Athletics Program

Go Cubs!

Mayfield Senior School's motto, "Actions Not Words," is nowhere more alive than in the dedication, discipline, camaraderie and sportsmanship of our athletes. Our varsity teams are highly competitive in 11 sports within the Prep League, a division of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF), as well as in our CIF-SS (Southern Section) regional and CIF State divisions. Aside from the obvious benefits of keeping fit and active, participating in sports empowers students in many other ways. Student athletes learn to think on their feet, how to manage their time, how to work as part of a team, how to set and achieve personal goals, and how to bounce back from a loss or disappointment with grace.

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  • Badminton

    We make the birdie fly
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  • Basketball

    Jumpshot, swish!
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  • Cross Country

    Running all the way to state.
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  • Equestrian

    A girl and her horse 
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  • Golf

    Teed up and raring to go

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  • Soccer

    Soccer shoots for success
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  • Softball

    We hit it out of the park
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  • Swimming and Diving

    We streamline and kick strong
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  • Tennis

    What a great racket!
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  • Track and Field

    We literally set a high bar
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  • Volleyball

    We serve up excellence
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  • Water Polo

    Water Polo makes a splash!
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Athletics News

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  • A terrific blend of experience and ability in our fall sports

    The Cubs continued playing well with all four sports in action this past week and one team continuing its best start ever. The Varsity tennis team looks to have a terrific blend of experience and ability as the team improved to 6-0 on the season with two more wins this week over Immaculate Heart (13-5) and Marshall (16-2). The Cubs have another non-league match on Tuesday at Buckley before opening Prep League play against the defending league champion Westridge Tigers. Coach Silvana Stans has the Cubs playing great tennis early in the season and with Samantha Frick ’23, Sheryl Cheng ’23 and Rebecca Leiva ’22 leading the way, the Cubs have been unbeatable up to this point.
     
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  • Cubs seem poised to compete for Prep League and CIF titles across the board

    We are just a few weeks into the fall season and the Cubs seem poised to compete for Prep League and CIF titles across the board. The Varsity tennis team remained undefeated this week with a convincing 15-3 non-league win over Rosemead. The Cubs were led once again by the stellar singles trio of Samantha Frick ’23, Sheryl Cheng ’23 and Rebecca Leiva ’22, who went 9-0 in their matches against the Panthers. Varsity tennis is now 4-0 and will take on Immaculate Heart and Buckley before opening league play against defending champion Westridge on Sept. 23. The JV team is improving with each practice as well and picked up a 12-6 win over Rosemead to improve to 2-1.
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  • The Cubs are back in business! Fall sports teams off to an impressive start.

    What a start! After spending a year and a half in a quiet gym, the Cubs have returned with a bang! We had a great summer camp with huge numbers for basketball, cross country, tennis and volleyball. And through the first two weeks of the regular season, it seems all that work has paid off! Volleyball has been the busiest sport so far. Varsity has compiled an 8-2 overall record, going 2-0 in league so far and 2-2 in the tough Oaks Christian Tournament last weekend. The JV and Frosh/Soph teams are both 6-0 overall and 2-0 in league. The teams have been dominant in their wins and travel to Glendale today before they take on Poly in two BIG matches next week.
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Athletics & Booster Club Events

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— Maeve ’19 (Santa Clara University, Volleyball)

Mayfield athletics was an integral part of my high school experience and has played a large role in shaping who I am today. The athletic department is truly amazing, encouraging us to the best we can be on and off the court.

Upcoming Games

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League
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Westridge School For Girls
Occidental College
Home
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Providence High School
Altadena Golf Course
Away
League
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Westridge School For Girls
Muir High School
Neutral
Tournament

Crescenta Valley Tournament

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West Covina High School
Crescenta Valley High School
Neutral
Tournament

Crescenta Valley Tournament

Non-League
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Rio Mesa High School
Crescenta Valley High School
Neutral
Tournament

Crescenta Valley Tournament

Non-League
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El Camino Real
Crescenta Valley High School
Neutral
Tournament

Crescenta Valley Tournament

Non-League
Crescenta Valley High School
Home
League
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Chadwick High School
Altadena Golf Course
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Poly (Pasadena)
Arcadia Tennis Center
Home
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Rio Hondo Prep School
Gym - Gym - Gym
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Poly (Pasadena)
Pasadena City College
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Rio Hondo Prep School
Gym - Gym - Gym
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Rio Hondo Prep School
Gym - Gym - Gym
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Westridge School For Girls
Altadena Golf Course

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  • Photo of Steven Bergen

    Steven Bergen 

    Director of Athletics
    (626) 799-9121 ext. 242
    University of California, Davis - B.A.
    Pepperdine University - M.A.
Established in 1931, Mayfield Senior School in Pasadena, CA is a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for young women grades 9-12. Noted for its rigorous academic program, which includes 28 Advanced Placement and Honors courses, Mayfield’s curriculum is underscored by a philosophy of educating the “whole child,” which also encourages commitment to and excellence in the arts, athletics, community service and spiritual growth. The nurturing environment at Mayfield Senior School allows each student to flourish in an atmosphere of personal attention.