Athletics

Athletics at Woodberry

Attending Athletic Events on Campus
Woodberry parents and family members may attend athletic events on campus. Visiting team parents are NOT permitted at this time. Please review this document for additional guidelines for attending games, primarily related to seating and spacing at our facilities.
 
We know not everyone is able to visit and attend games. WFSPN and the athletic office are working to offer livestreams or radio broadcasts for as many games as possible. We will share links and updates via the parent newsletter, and many coaches also email out links to broadcasts. 



Athletic excellence is a tradition at Woodberry. There’s a sport, and the right level of competition, for everyone. We encourage each boy to compete on a wide range of teams, though there are also chances for students with particular gifts to receive extra training in a specific sport. Your teammates will become some of your closest friends as you work side-by-side to build a successful season.

Woodberry’s coaches are dedicated to helping you improve your personal growth as a student, whether you’re a college prospect or playing your first season. These are the same men and women who teach you in the classroom, and they are devoted to getting to know your strengths and helping you do more than you thought was possible. Win or lose, athletics at Woodberry, an all-boys, all-boarding school in the Mid Atlantic, is all about character development, with a focus on grace and humility.
    • boys football
    • boys wrestling match
    • boys basketball

Team Pages

Recent Games

Saturday, 4/17/2021

Baseball - Varsity
Vs.
Highland School
Win 5-4


Saturday, 4/17/2021

Baseball - JV
Vs.
Fork Union Military Academy
Loss 6-13


Upcoming Games

Home
vs.
Trinity Episcopal School
Collegiate School
Away
vs.
Trinity Episcopal School
Home
vs.
Trinity Episcopal School
Away
vs.
Collegiate School
Away
vs.
Blue Ridge School
Away
vs.
Virginia Episcopal School
Home
vs.
Collegiate School
Away
vs.
Highland School
Woodberry Forest admits students of any race, color, sexual orientation, disability, religious belief, and national or ethnic origin to all of the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, disability, religious belief, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other school-administered programs. The school is authorized under federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students.