ACS Sport

As a founding member of the Association of Co-educational Schools, Loyola College has fielded teams in ACS competitions since 1998.

Loyola fields over 50 sport teams each week, during the Summer and Winter seasons, providing a vast array of opportunities for students from Years 7 to 12 to compete against students of like ability in good spirited competition. Year 7 Sport is held on Tuesday afternoons, Senior Sport takes place on Wednesdays and Year 8 & 9 Sport is played on Thursdays. Loyola students are required to be available to represent the College on these afternoons.

Selection in a Senior Firsts core ACS Sport serves as recognition that a student has graduated to the highest level of ACS competition, after developing their skills in age group teams in Year 7, 8 and 9.

Summer Sports:

Boys – Cricket, Hockey, Basketball, Table Tennis, Softball, Futsal (Senior only, non-core)

Girls – Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Softball,

Mixed – Touch Rugby

Winter Sports:

Boys – Football (AFL), Soccer, Volleyball, Tennis

Girls – Netball, Basketball, Hockey, Table Tennis, Futsal (Senior only, non-core), Football (AFLW)

Mixed – Badminton

Loyola Senior Firsts Premierships (27)

Girls Basketball (2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2019)

Girls Netball (1999, 2005, 2007, 2012)

Girls Tennis (1998, 2005, 2008, 2014)

1st XVIII Boys Football (1999, 2001, 2013)

1st XI Boys Cricket (2019)

Girls Softball (2013, 2014, 2015)

Boys Volleyball (2002, 2003)

Girls Volleyball (2003)

Mixed Touch Rugby (2012)

Girls Soccer (2016, 2017, 2018)

Girls Futsal (2016, 2017, 2019)

ACS Carnivals

In addition to weekly sports, Loyola competes against the 6 other member schools in major carnivals in Swimming (Term 1), Athletics (Term 2) and Cross Country (Term 3). Selection in these squads is based on performances in House Carnivals and further trials conducted during training in the weeks leading up to the carnivals. A lightning premiership is also conducted in Girls Football (AFL).

ACS Hall of Fame

Currently, Loyola has 10 inductees in the ACS Hall of Fame, recognising students that have participated in sport at the elite/national level.

Brooke LochlandAFLW – Western Bulldogs
Monica BrennanAthletics Australia
Joshua CowardAustralian Rugby Union 15s & 7s
Jack GrimesMelbourne FC – AFL
Matthew KreuzerCarlton FC – AFL
Rebecca PrivatelliAll Australian junior, AFL
Heath ShawCollingwood FC & GWS FC – AFL
Rhyce ShawCollingwood FC & Sydney FC – AFL
Sean SimpsonAthletics Australia, 100, 200 & 400m
Mariklud VidukaAthletics Australia, Triple Jump

Association of Coeducational Schools Website

Student Participation Requirements in ACS Sport. ACS Sport General Information