New Athlete Information

Modified Two-Season CIF Schedule for 2020-21

All CIF sports have been postponed until the end of 2020. 

The 2020-21 CIF calendar is a modified two-season schedule. The “Fall” season begins in late December and will consist of cross country, volleyball and water polo. The “Spring” season will include badminton, basketball, golf, soccer, softball, swim and dive, tennis and track and field, and competitions start in late February 2021. Stay tuned for schedule updates!

Welcome to Team Cubs!

Mayfield offers a well-rounded and successful high school athletic program in 11 different sports over three seasons. Our goal is to give each student the opportunity to experience athletics in a positive, fun-filled environment. We believe that the playing fields are an extension of the classroom, teaching the values and principles of Education-Based Athletics. 

Fall Athletics Tryouts

All CIF sports have been postponed until the end of 2020. The 2020-21 CIF calendar is a modified two-season schedule. The “Fall” season begins in late December and will consist of cross country, volleyball and water polo. The “Spring” season will include badminton, basketball, golf, soccer, softball, swim and dive, tennis and track and field, and competitions start in late February 2021. Stay tuned for schedule updates!

All students trying out for and/or playing on a team must have a physical on file with the school. All relevant information must be uploaded to Magnus Health prior to the start of sport.

Good to Know: General Information


Sports practice begins the day after tryouts. Practice takes place every afternoon and some Saturdays. Practice times and locations vary depending on the sport and level of play. Attendance at all practices is mandatory. Missing 20% or more will result in no credit for that season. The commitment is for the full season, including play-offs. Quitting a team midway through the season will compromise the athlete’s standing in the future.


Mayfield offers competition on two levels (JV and Varsity) for most sports. Volleyball has three levels — Frosh, JV & Varsity. A freshman may be selected for a varsity team! Post-season CIF play may impact school holidays and weekends so please check the school athletic calendar when planning vacations. Most tournaments occur over weekends and during school vacations. Please be aware of this when arranging vacation time.

What to Expect

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  • Basketball and Badminton

    Basketball and Badminton practices are on campus in the gym. Summer basketball is highly recommended for all potential players. Both F/S and Varsity play in a summer Tournament and league for basketball.
  • Cross Country

    Cross Country is a fall sport, and our runners start practicing in the summer. The top 12-16 Athletes may attend a week-long camp in Big Bear the second week in August. All runners will continue practice the following week. The teams usually attend one or two overnight trips during the season, competing in San Francisco and Clovis. Extra fees apply to these trips. This highly successful team usually competes in the CIF State meet in Fresno over Thanksgiving weekend.
  • Golf

    Golf is played at various courses; Altadena is generally used as our home course. Matches can take up to 4 hours of play.
  • Soccer

    Soccer practices and home games are at Occidental College.
  • Softball

    Softball practices happen on campus in the batting cage and pitching zone as well as at Brookside Diamond #2. All home games are at Brookside.
  • Strength & Conditioning

    Pre-Season Strength & Conditioning takes place on campus in three six-week periods. This is typically held three days a week for one hour after school.
  • Swim and Dive

    Swim occurs off campus at Flintridge Preparatory School in La Cañada. (Subject to change) Practice times vary depending on the facility. There are morning practices three times a week as well as afternoons. Coaches will drive the athletes to training in the school vans from Mayfield Senior School. Swimmers attend Tournaments/Invitationals on Saturdays and selected swimmers may attend an overnight trip for a meet. Extra fees apply.
  • Tennis

    Tennis practices occur off campus for varsity and on campus for JV. All JV and varsity matches are played at the Arroyo Racquet Center, our home base. Athletes are expected to practice over the summer.
  • Track and Field

    Track and Field practice is on campus and at South Pasadena High School, as well as surrounding areas for long runs. Some Invitational Meets are held over Spring break and all are on Saturdays.
  • Water Polo

    Water Polo occurs off campus at Flintridge Preparatory School in La Cañada. These practices are from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. daily. Coaches will drive the athletes to Prep in the school vans from Mayfield Senior School. Water Polo athletes attend tournaments/invitationals on Saturdays.
  • Volleyball

    Summer Volleyball practice is highly recommended and essential for potential varsity players. Varsity will attend an overnight tournament during the season. CIF playoffs can carry over to the Thanksgiving weekend. All three teams play in an all-day tournament during the regular season.

Sports by Season

• Cross Country (V, JV)
• Golf (V, JV)
• Tennis (V, JV)
• Volleyball (V, JV, F/S)


• Basketball (V, JV)
• Soccer (V, JV)
• Water Polo (V, JV)


• Badminton (V, JV)
• Softball (V)
• Swim & Dive (V, JV)
• Track & Field (V, JV)

Prep League Schools

Chadwick Preparatory School
Flintridge Preparatory School
Mayfield Senior School 
Pasadena Polytechnic School
Providence High School 
Rio Hondo Preparatory School
Westridge School for Girls
Brentwood (Water Polo only)
La Salle (Water Polo only) 

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    Steven Bergen 

    Director of Athletics
    (626) 799-9121 ext. 242

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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 21 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.