An intense work ethic, a “team first” attitude, grit, and accountability are cornerstones of Colorado Academy athletics.
We invite you to view the photos and team pages below for CA's 16 Varsity-level team sports sanctioned by CHSAA, as well as CA's non-sanctioned and/or non-competitive offerings, including ultimate Frisbee, racquetball, and rock climbing.
Check out the photos of our numerous athletic fields—including four grass fields, a turf competition field, a new turf baseball field, a cross-country trail on the perimeter of campus, and eight tennis courts.
CA’s Upper School athletic teams and athletes have been recognized for their success at the national, state, and league level. Many of our students go on to successful careers playing Division I, II, and III sports in college.
Interested in hearing from CA alums now competing at the college level? Tune into the two videos below: a recent Collegiate Athlete Roundtable video and a video that demonstrates how CA celebrates its college-bound athletes.
Denison University - BA University of New Hampshire - MA
At CA Since: 2011
William M. Hall joined Colorado Academy as the Director of Athletics in 2011. Hall served seven seasons as Assistant General Manager with the Colorado Mammoth, winning the NLL championship in 2006, and has coached at the college and high school levels. Hall is a graduate of Denison University, where he was twice an All-American lacrosse player, MVP of his league in his senior yea, and a North/South game participant. He coached at Fairfield University, University of New Hampshire, and Cornell University. Hall, originally from Montclair, N.J., was inducted into his high school (MKA) athletic hall of fame in 2002. Hall received his master's degree in educational administration from the University of New Hampshire. After moving to Colorado to pursue business interests, he became head boys coach at Heritage High School in Littleton. In 2002, Hall was named the Colorado High School Coach of the Year. Prior to becoming the Mammoth assistant general manager, Hall served as director of player personnel and player development. He also has provided color analysis on Altitude Sports & Entertainment and FOX during Mammoth games and for DU Pioneers men’s lacrosse.
Hill joined CA in 2016 after 12 years with Denver Academy as the Director of Elementary Sports and Homework Club Program, Physical Education and Health teacher, and coach. He has more than a decade of teaching and coaching experience with all age groups. In addition to his time at DA, Hill coached boys basketball at Ponderosa High School and received his personal training and sports conditioning specialist certifications from the International Sports Science Association. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Human Performance and Sport/Sport Industry Operations.