The days of “Where’s my sports pass?” are gone! They’ve gone digital and mobile! This year you can purchase individual game tickets or an all-sports season pass online, and your ticket/pass will be accessible on your mobile phone. Simply show your phone pass when you get to the gate, and the gate worker will activate your pass for entry. Click here to purchase a sports pass for $80 or individual game tickets at $7 each. The season sports pass provides admission to regular-season home games for all sports. Students are admitted to all regular-season home games with their U Card. TSSAA playoff games are not included.
Tryouts for the Lower School golf team will take place Tuesday, August 21, and Thursday, August 23. Once details are set, information will be announced in Lower School Assembly and will be emailed to parents. Questions? Contact Coach Jason Peters.
The Jake Rudolph All-Sports Banquet was April 30 in the Dining Hall. Coaches awarded letters to varsity players and congratulated their teams for the season. In addition, the school presented the top four student-athlete awards. Congratulations to the following recipients:
Lee Murray Spirit Award: Daniel Black
Al Wright Christian Character Award: Charlie Evans
Paul Trowbridge Gillespie Scholar Athlete: Bobby Wade
James R. Haygood III Best All-Around Athlete: Buchanan Dunavant
You may view some of the photos here, and all shots from the event may be purchased here soon.
On behalf of the Tennessee Wildlife Federation, Dr. Jack Gayden presented the MUS chapter of Hunters for the Hungry with the regional championship trophy and the state School Harvest Award Monday, April 30. Members of the school Hunters for the Hungry team were seniors Wyatt Berry, Jordan Hays, Barry Klug, Bo McEwan, Hastings McEwan, Mathon Parker, Charlie Rhodes, Mac Robinson, Bobby Wade, and Will West; junior Bailey Keel; sophomores Edward Erb, Will McEwan, and Collins Robinson; and freshman Warren Barry. The program began in 2013, and MUS has won the regional award every year. This year the chapter donated about 100 deer for the Hunters for the Hungry initiative, providing 15,000 meals.
The varsity fencing team swept the men’s events in foil, epee, and saber to win the Tennessee State High School Fencing Championships in Nashville in March. This is their first overall state championship since 2015 and the fifth overall state championship in program history. Seventeen Tennessee schools and associations participated in the competition, which included both individual and team competition, and MUS won 14 of 24 individual medals.
The school has secured a bus for any students who want to travel to Nashville this Friday, March 2, to cheer on the Owls in the state semifinal basketball game vs. Brentwood at 2:45 p.m. at Lipscomb University.