Parents and Guardians,As of September 21, 2020, the PIAA has transferred decision making abilities to school districts as it pertains to spectators in attendance at Fall athletic contests. We have measured out our venues in order to determine a safe number of spectators that we can permit that will still allow for us to maintain social distancing and safety measures. We will be providing each team with passes that can be distributed to parents and family to allow for them to attend, along with at least 1 pass for parents of opposing teams. We will NOT be selling tickets for any contests this Fall, and will not be allowing for walk up attendees either. This is to ensure that our parents and guardians will have access to attend their childrens' games. For safety reasons, we feel strongly that at least one parent should have access to attend in the event of injury to their child. We will also communicate to our teams in advance when opposing teams inform us about the number of visiting spectators they will allow at their venues. Please contact the Athletic Office with any questions. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience as we continue to move forward in these unprecedented times.Dr. MoyerAthletic Director
Please be reminded that NO pets are allowed anywhere on the Muhlenberg School District Campus (including playing fields, and surrounding areas for spectators) unless they are certified as an Assistance Pet. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Welcome to MSD Athletics. We are excited and honored to be on the same team as so many student-athletes who exemplify what being a Muhl is all about. We also look forward to working with parents, coaches, staff, and the community to help build a solid foundation for our student-athletes for years to come. We hope you take the opportunity to join us on this journey throughout the school year, as our athletic teams strive for excellence and success. We have a new athletic complex that will be opening for the fall season, and our football team will be included in a blast from the past, as they take part in a return to First Energy Stadium for a league game against Exeter. It is also the start of a new competition cycle, so there will be new opponents in every sport outside of league play.
Athletics instill many invaluable tools and skills that our student athletes will utilize throughout their lives including leadership, organization, planning, and being a positive and essential part of a team environment. Our student athletes will depart as seniors with these skills at the highest possible level through the hard work of the coaches, teachers, and administrators of the Muhlenberg School District.
Please remember that being a part of a team means that all parts work together to make a lasting, impacting impression both on and off the field. We ask that our parents, student-body, and community help us to represent Muhlenberg with sportsmanship and goodwill at all events, regardless of outcomes or personal opinion. Please cheer us on when we do well, and some words of encouragement go miles farther during the bad times than criticism. The student-athletes and coaches work tremendously hard year round, and deserve our support and positive spirit.
It is my pleasure to present to you our athletic teams for the 2019-2020 school year, and we look forward to many exciting moments as our students represent Muhlenberg with honor and pride.
Dr. Timothy Moyer, Athletic Director