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

List of 3 news stories.

  • Don't forget to pick up your Christmas tree!

    After a nice, long weekend for Thanksgiving break, the Cubs returned this week to a busy schedule as the Winter sports season began in full. The soccer team was one of the most successful teams on campus last year and have picked up right where they left off. The Varsity team is now 3-1 in the season with two quality wins this week over Campbell Hall and La Cañada. In last night's thriller over the Spartans, the Cubs twice surrendered the lead before finally clinching the game on a Kaitlyn Gomez ’23 PK, to win 3-2. The JV team continued their historic run—the JV Cubs soccer team has not lost a match since Feb. 6, 2020—a string of 19 matches in a row! Mayfield defeated La Canada last night with two second half goals from Emily Parry ’24 and Julieanna Navarro ’24 to beat the Spartans 2-0. Both teams host FSHA at Occidental on Tuesday in their annual Rivalry Series matchup!
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  • Winners at Fall Sports Athletics Banquet

    The winter sports season kicked off this week for the Cub basketball, soccer and water polo teams. Basketball opened their season with big wins over St. Lucy's on both Varsity and JV levels. Last night, the Cubs dropped their Rivalry Series games against FSHA. The soccer teams split their openers with Temple City on Tuesday—Varsity lost their game and JV won theirs. Varsity lost to the Rams 2-0 while the JV picked up where they left off in 2021, by defeating Temple City 1-0 on the road. The water polo team opened with a scrimmage on Tuesday against Temple City—the official season opener is next week vs. West Covina. Schedules for all three programs are available on the website.  
     
    The highlight of the week was Wednesday night as we took the evening to celebrate the marvelous achievements of our Fall Sports athletes at the banquet. It was a wonderful evening as we celebrated 6 league champions in the Fall—JV cross country, both levels of tennis, and all three levels of volleyball. We also handed out awards to special individual award winners. The list of winners included:
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  • Last chance to buy your Mayfield Christmas Tree!

    We didn't have athletics this week, so this update is very short:
    • Congratulations to seniors Katie Gomez '23 (soccer at University of Chicago) and Annelise Rising '23 (volleyball at the University of Colorado) who signed their National Letters of Intent (LOI) this week. We are so proud of both girls
    • The rep from C&L Jackets will be on campus on Tuesday at lunch in the Student Commons for anyone interested in purchasing a Varsity Letterman Jacket.
    • TODAY is the deadline to RSVP for Wednesday's Fall Sports Banquet. Don't forget!
    • Our winter sports season starts next week. Check out the calendar on MSS Athletics and come cheer on the Cubs. Basketball hosts FSHA on Thursday night.
    • The Cubs Christmas Store was extended a couple of days, but will close this Saturday. Get your order in ASAP!
    GO CUBS!
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Athletics & Booster Club Events

— 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.

Recent Cubs Results

Tuesday, 12/6/2022

Soccer - Junior Varsity Red
VS.
5:00 PM
Home
Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy
Loss 3-4


Tuesday, 12/6/2022

Basketball - Varsity
VS.
5:00 PM
Home
Roosevelt High School
Loss 29-32


Tuesday, 12/6/2022

Basketball - Junior Varsity
VS.
3:30 PM
Home
Roosevelt High School
Loss 26-45


Tuesday, 12/6/2022

Water Polo - Varsity
VS.
3:30 PM
Away
Flintridge Prep
Loss 5-11


Tuesday, 12/6/2022

Soccer - Varsity
VS.
3:30 PM
Home
Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy
Win 3-1


Upcoming Games

Home
vs.
San Gabriel Academy
Gym - Gym - Gym
Away
vs.
South Pasadena High School
South Pasadena High School
Away
vs.
South Pasadena High School
South Pasadena High School
Home
vs.
Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy
Occidental College

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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.