Athletics NWC athletics emphasize sacrifice, self-discipline, and dedication. Our athletes demonstrate good sportsmanship, emotional control, dependability, and respect. Through sports, our athletes learn about cooperation, decision-making, and healthy living. Most important, they learn how to work with peers from all walks of life, and they're united through their deep sense of team loyalty and shared spirit.
Northwest Catholic is looking for a Head Varsity Girls' Soccer Coach. Click HERE for a job description. Please send all materials to Athletic Director Matthew Martorelli.
Ashley Mara returns to Northwest Catholic as Head Women's Lacrosse Coach.
Northwest Catholic’s Isaac Riley (third from left), a junior from Hartford, was named All-State in football for his work as a defensive end during the fall 2018 season. Pictured here with his family (left to right): sister Christal, a 2016 graduate of NWC; mother Felecia Fleeting; brother Maleek Riley, a 2012 graduate of NWC and currently on the football coaching staff at the school. Riley was honored at the All-State Football Banquet at Aqua Turf in Southington.
Michael Baldini '19 signs to swim at Georgetown University.
Ten NWC athletes made All-Conference, and four made All-State. 100% of the cross country team made Top All-Academic.
Strength & Conditioning and Sports Medicine are new to Northwest Catholic's expanding wellness program. The school already offers courses in Physical Education, Health, and Psychology. With Mara's new classes, the school's focus on student health and well-being has become even more pronounced.