Welcome to McQuaid Jesuit Athletics!
We are very proud of our athletic tradition here at McQuaid Jesuit. We have nearly 700 students competing on various teams for 21 sports at the interscholastic level. Athletics at McQuaid Jesuit always has been an integral part of the entire school experience. Each sport within the athletic program incorporates the values and mission of the school at large.
We believe our strong athletic program promotes enthusiasm, loyalty, and school spirit within the student body. It provides a link and rallying point for our students, parents, alumni, and interested community members. It is the goal of the athletic department that each student not only will learn the fundamentals of his sport, but at the same time will learn lessons grounded in the teachings of St. Ignatius and of McQuaid Jesuit that will remain with him throughout his life. The goal of Jesuit education is the pursuit of each student’s intellectual, spiritual, and physical development to the full measure of his God given talents.
At McQuaid Jesuit our athletic program mission is to complement our academic excellence. Our students learn and grow in this environment. I encourage you to attend a game or contest, visit our wonderful campus, and meet our teachers and coaches. We are proud to be in Rochester, NY and are committed to excellence in all we do.
August 3, 2020
Click here for an article from the Democrat and Chronicle, detailing where some of the top basketball players in Section V are headed for college. McQuaid 2020 grads Jermaine Taggart and Kobe Long are mentioned, among others.
July 21, 2020
NYSPHSAA Announces 2019-2020 Scholar-Athlete School of Distinction and Excellence Winners Latham, NY– The New York State Public High School Athletic Association, Inc. (NYSPHSAA) announces its 2019-20 Scholar-Athlete School of Distinction and School of Excellence Award winners. The purpose of the... Read More
July 8, 2020
Former McQuaid Jesuit basketball star Isaiah Stewart and Quinton Rose (Bishop Kearney), recently organized an event called “Don’t Shut Up and Dribble” to raise awareness for racial injustice. Click here to be taken to the Democrat and Chronicle website to... Read More
July 1, 2020
Twelve years after Tyler Relph graduated from St. Bonaventure, Jermaine Taggart is following the McQuaid-to-Bona path. The 6-foot-4 forward committed to the Division I school via Instagram, Monday evening. Click here for the complete article on the Pickin’ Splinters website.
June 22, 2020
“A state championship, like McQuaid’s Class AA baseball title in 2019, usually has a lasting legacy. With no spring sports in 2020, the Knights’ title reminiscing has extended further into the public consciousness than usual.” Click here for the rest... Read More