Jody Evans is USJ's athletic director; Mickey Marley is the athletic coordinator. The Bruins Club is the parent support group for USJ athletics. USJ’s Middle and Upper Schools field 37 teams in 20 different sports.

For questions about USJ athletics, email Jody Evans.

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Athletics Facilities

Take a tour of USJ's athletic facilities. They include a football stadium with a track, soccer fields, baseball and softball fields; baseball indoor complex, tennis courts, practice football fields, weight and conditioning complex, cross country course around campus, two gymnasiums in the Upper/Middle School, two gymnasiums in the Lower School, and an outdoor playground with basketball courts at the Lower School.

Strength & Conditioning Facility Ribbon Cutting

University School of Jackson hosted a ribbon cutting for its new Strength and Conditioning facility on Tuesday, September 29. The event was held as a chance to celebrate the addition to the school as well as thank the generous donors who made the renovations possible. Donors, USJ faculty and students, and community members were on hand to celebrate the new facility.

USJ, in its desire to help students excel not just academically but in every facet of life, is committed to the overall wellness of each student. Because of this, the school’s field house and turf room underwent renovations this past summer. During a 30-day summer challenge, the school exceeded its financial goal for these renovations and raised $35,373 in addition to the $50,000 previously raised. The Bruins Club matched $15,000 of this amount, bringing the campaign total over the necessary $100,000 to complete the facility’s additions. The renovation included new flooring in the football weight room and turf room. The turf room also now has a three-lane track. New equipment includes eight new power racks with custom logos inlaid in the flooring. The facility also has medicine balls, dumbbells, plyometric boxes, weight plates, sleds, and agility equipment.

Students are excited for the opportunity to utilize the facility, as well as work with Nick Stamper, USJ’s new Strength and Conditioning Coach.