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    • Mustangs Cross Country 2020

Athletics

Mustang Athletics

The goal is to promote lifelong fitness, provide opportunities for growth and good sportsmanship, show the benefits of dedication, hard work, and continuous practice, and for students to simply have fun.

Mustang Athletics

Mullen High School offers 22 state-sanctioned sports for Mustangs boys and girls, and are open to all participants. We work to engender respect for adults, fellow team members and opponents.

For those who aspire to be serious athletes, Mullen also offers some of the finest coaches and most-competitive interscholastic teams in Colorado in its upper classifications.

Athletic Facilities

While the thousands of motorists who travel Hampden Avenue each day may know Mullen High School lies to the south on Lowell Boulevard, how many really know about its athletic facilities? And how many prep competitors, coaches and followers from other schools have had an opportunity to enjoy them?

For the record, Mullen has exclusive use of the only all-grass football field (Brother Bernard Kinneavy Field at De La Salle Stadium) among big schools; a newer track; a grass practice field for football; two gymnasiums; two soccer fields; newly finished tennis courts; an improved softball field (Santo “Doc” Scavuzzo); a Colorado Rockies-sponsored baseball diamond (Bill Swift Field); a weight room; and the only significant indoor practice facility in Colorado, the Green Room in the Spirit Center that can handle multiple sports.  

Athletics Office

List of 5 items.

  • Damian Brown

    Athletic Director
    damian.brown@mullenhigh.com
    303.761.1764 ext. 3365
    Bio
  • Hank Hooper

    Associate Athletic Director
    hank.hooper@mullenhigh.com
    303.761.1764 Ext. 3316
    Bio
  • Emily Pickering

    Athletic Administrative Assistant
    Head Cheerleading Coach
    emily.pickering@mullenhigh.com
    303.761.1764 ext. 3365
    Bio
  • Joey Mahmood

    Director of Sports Medicine
    joey.mahmood@mullenhigh.com
    303.761.1764 Ext. 3343
    Bio
  • Neil H. Devlin

    Sports Information Director
    neil.devlin@mullenhigh.com
    Bio

We Are Mullen!

We are excited to celebrate the accomplishments of our student-athletes, both in and out of competition. Below you will find a running list of recent Mustangs who have committed to continue their athletic journey at the collegiate level:

Class of 2021:
  • Elise Bialecki, lacrosse, Pittsburgh
  • Brayden Carter, basketball, Regis
  • Claire Chahbandour, swimming, TCU
  • Alexa Dominguez, basketball, U. of Colorado-Colorado Springs
  • Molly Gilbert, lacrosse, Colorado Mesa
  • Lauren Manwiller, tennis, Loyola-Maryland
  • Megan Pohs, basketball, Regis University
  • Gabrielle Zinis, swimming, San Diego
Class of 2022:
  • Trevor Moore, baseball, Stanford

Team State Championships

Our Mustangs teams have won 79 State Championships, placing Mullen third in all-time Colorado history  entering the 2020-21 school year!

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  • 2019

    Girls Basketball - Class 4A
  • 2011

    Boys Swim and Dive - Class 4A
    Boys Soccer - Class 4A

    Girls Track and Field - Class 4A
  • 2010

    Boys Football - Class 5A
  • 2009

    Boys Football - Class 5A
    Boys Track and Field - Class 4A
  • 2008

    Boys Football - Class 5A
  • 2007

    Girls Soccer - Class 5A
    Girls Track and Field - Class 4A
  • 2006

    Boys Basketball - Class 5A

    Girls Basketball - Class 4A
    Girls Track and Field - Class 4A
    Girls Tennis - Class 4A
  • 2005

    Boys Track and Field - Class 4A

    Girls Swim and Dive - Class 4A
    Girls Track and Field - Class 4A
    Girls Golf - Class 4A
  • 2004

    Boys Football - Class 5A
    Boys Track and Field - Class 4A

    Girls Swim and Dive - Class 4A
    Girls Golf - Class 4A
    Girls Softball - Class 4A
  • 2003

    Boys Swim and Dive - Class 4A
    Boys Track and Field - Class 4A

    Girls Swim and Dive - Class 4A
    Girls Track and Field - Class 4A
    Girls Golf - Class 4A
  • 2002

    Boys Track and Field - Class 4a
    Boys Golf - Class 4A

    Girls Basketball - Class 4A
    Girls Golf - Class 4A
    Girls Soccer - Class 4A
    Girls Track and Field - Class 4A
  • 2001

    Boys Basketball – Class 5A
    Boys Golf – Class 4A
    Girls Basketball – Class 4A
    Softball – Class 4A
    Girls Golf – Class 4A
    Girls Soccer – Class 4A
    Girls Swim and Dive – Class 4A
    Girls Tennis – Class 4A
    Girls Track and Field – Class 4A
  • 2000

    Boys Golf – Class 4A
    Girls Basketball – Class 4A
    Girls Track and Field – Class 4A
  • 1999

    Boys Cross Country – Class 4A
    Boys Track and Field – Class 4A
    Girls Cross Country – Class 4A
    Girls Track and Field – Class 4A
    Softball – Class 4A
  • 1998

    Football – Class 5A
    Boys Track and Field – Class 4A
    Boys Golf – Class 4A
    Girls Cross Country – Class 4A
    Girls Soccer – Class 4A
    Girls Swim and Dive – Class 4A
    Girls Track and Field – Class 4A
  • 1997

    Boys Track and Field – Class 4A
    Girls Cross Country – Class 4A
    Girls Swim and Dive – Class 4A
    Girls Track and Field – Class 4A
  • 1996

    Boys Golf – 1 Class
    Boys Track and Field – Class 4A
    Girls Cross Country – Class 4A
    Softball – Class 4A
    Girls Swim and Dive – Class 4A
  • 1995

    Boys Golf – Class 4A
    Boys Track and Field – Class 5A
  • 1994

    Girls Cross Country – Class 4A
     
  • 1985

    Baseball – Class AAA
     
  • 1984

    Boys Golf – 1 Class
     
  • 1980

    Football – Class 3A
     
  • 1979

    Football – Class 3A
     
  • 1978

    Baseball Class AAA
    Football – Class 3A
  • 1968

    Boys Track and Field – Class AAA
     
Data for State championships is gathered from the following sources: predominately published issues of the Rocky Mountain News and The Denver Post. Several out-of-town newspapers were also used for additional or missing information from the News or Post.