Providence Hall Baseball is now entering its 2nd year of competitive 3A play. Our 2018-2019 team finished with a winning record at 8-6 this past year. This was a 3 game improvement over our first year in the competitive play. We are proud of our seniors who played this year and look forward to our JV team members moving up in the ranks.
Providence Hall is classified for the UHSAA 3A Region 14 for our soccer team. As such, we play rivals such American Leadership Academy, Carbon, Delta, Juab, Maeser Prep, and Union high schools and compete against regions 13 and 15 for the State 3A Championship.
Tryout information for the 2019/20 team will be coming soon. Like our Facebook Page for updates!
Our student-athletes are dedicated both in the classroom and off. As the only K-12 International Baccalaureate Charter School in Utah, we are committed to helping students think critically, act responsibly and communicate effectively. We believe that these principles help students in the classroom, on the court, and in their everyday life. Our smaller class sizes allow each student to get more individualized attention and each student can participate in more sports and other activities to develop their skills.
We cultivate excellence in all we do. Our mission is to guide, strengthen and support our student-athletes as they strive for excellence academically, athletically, and socially. Above all else, we develop graduates, community leaders, and lifelong friends of our program.
2018/19 3A Honorable Mention – Dallin Dodge
2018/19 3A Honorable Mention – Luke Reno
Head Coach – Brian Simmons
Brian has played rec, competitive, and high school soccer. His greatest success on the field was as the starting goalkeeper for back-to-back state championship teams at Bountiful High School. During high school, he was named an all-state player and team MVP.
As a coach, Brian has been training goalkeepers for the last 10 years. From about 2011-2014, he helped continue the success at BHS as a coach during the boys’ 2013 state championship run, as well as the girls’ first runner up finish that year.