Athletics at Kent Denver
Our Athletics department offers a robust program for young student-athletes of any level or experience. In Athletics, we encourage teamwork, commitment, responsibility, sportsmanship, leadership and a competitive spirit.
"Participation in athletics encourages commitment, a sense of responsibility, good sportsmanship, teamwork, physical awareness, self-discipline, leadership and a competitive spirit," says Kent Denver's Director of Athletics Scott Yates. "Every student-athlete has the opportunity to have a successful and positive experience at Kent Denver. Our program provides a wonderful environment for student-teacher collaboration outside of the classroom. Many of our coaches are also members of our faculty, and the majority have been here for more than 10 years."
We offer 18 different sports of all levels for our Middle and Upper School student-athletes.
"The great thing about Kent Denver athletics is that we have a team for everybody," says Boys' Soccer Coach Arty Smith. "If you want to compete for a state championship, we have a team for you. If you want to run around on a beautiful fall afternoon with some friends and make new friends and get some exercise, we have a team for that as well."
Kent Denver's Director of Athletics, Scott Yates, has been with the school for nearly 40 years. Under his leadership, our teams have gone on to win more than 50 State Championships in almost every sport we offer. Yates is also the varsity football coach. Under his leadership, our athletics department has had tremendous success.
Learn more about each of our teams, and find your sport by using the navigation at left. To see a list of State Championships, please see below.
2016-17: Boys' Golf, Boys' Soccer, Boys' Tennis, Field Hockey
2015-16: Boys' Soccer, Boys' Tennis, Girls' Soccer
2014-15: Boys' Soccer, Boys' Tennis
2013-14: Boys' Tennis
2012-13: Boys’ Golf, Football
2011-12: Boys’ Golf, Field Hockey
2010-11: Boys’ Golf
2009-10: Boys’ Golf, Boys’ Tennis, Field Hockey
2008-09: Boys’ Golf, Boys’ Tennis
2007-08: Boys’ Golf, Boys’ Lacrosse
2006-07: Boys’ Golf, Field Hockey, Girls’ Soccer
2005-06: Girls’ Golf, Field Hockey, Girls’ Soccer
2004-05: Boys’ Tennis, Field Hockey, Girls’ Lacrosse, Girls’ Tennis
2003-04: Boys’ Lacrosse, Boys’ Tennis, Field Hockey, Girls’ Tennis
2002-03: Ice Hockey, Boys’ Lacrosse, Girls’ Tennis
2001-02: Field Hockey, Girls’ Lacrosse, Girls’ Tennis
2000-01: Boys’ Lacrosse, Field Hockey
1999-2000: Boys’ Golf, Boys’ Tennis, Girls’ Soccer
1998-99: Boys’ Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Girls’ Tennis
1997-98: Girls’ Lacrosse
1996-97: Boys’ Basketball, Boys’ Lacrosse, Field Hockey
1993-94: Ice Hockey, Boys’ Lacrosse
1991-92: Football, Boys’ Lacrosse, Field Hockey
1990-91: Boys’ Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Girls’ Soccer
1984-85: Girls’ Lacrosse
1983-84: Boys’ Lacrosse
1978-79: Boys’ Lacrosse
1976-77: Boys’ Lacrosse
Spring Sports Recap
Did you read the sports recap in the winter edition of Perspective? Click the page below to find out more about what happened in the spring!