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Athletics

Sports Performance

The Mullen Sports Performance purpose through training is to maximize athletic potential, build character, grow faith and instill the five Lasallian Core Principles in our students.
 

Sports Performance Objectives

1. Keep Student Athletes Safe and Healthy
2. Increase Total Body Strength and Power to Improve On Field Performance
3. Decrease the Prevalence of Injury
4. In the tradition of St. John Baptist de La Salle and the Brothers of the Christian Schools, Mullen High School is a Catholic college preparatory high school whose graduates embrace God’s gift of learning, devote their lives to ceaselessly seeking for His learning, and commit themselves to using His learning in the service of others.

Mullen High School Sports Performance Internship Opportunities

The Mullen High School Sports Performance department offers internships to undergraduate and graduate college students looking to advance their career in the area of sports performance/ strength and conditioning. Interns receive a comprehensive curriculum intended to further their knowledge of performance training and hands on coaching experience.

For consideration send application materials of cover letter, resume, three (3) professional references to Candice Walls, Director of Strength and Conditioning - candice.walls@mullenhigh.com by the deadlines below. Any and all questions can be directed to Candice Walls.

Fall Semester: August - December - Application Deadline: June 1st
Winter Semester: January - May - Application Deadline: October 1st
Summer Semester: June - August - Application Deadline: April 1st

News & Events

List of 4 news stories.

  • Candice Walls joins Mullen sports

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs' new Director of Sports Performance comes with considerable credentials, even bigger appetite for becoming a part of the high-school ranks.
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  • Football a go for Mustangs

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Mustangs take advantage of late chance for a shortened, protocol-filled Season A; players, staff, school, followers "excited" about season to begin on Thursday as opposed to February.
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  • Are you ready for some football?

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    In a reversal, the level's most-popular game, field hockey and sideline spirit got the go-ahead late Wednesday; districts and individual schools to make decisions to play or wait until the spring.
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  • Photos by John Leyba, Mullen Sports Information Director

    The CHSAA passes on reinstituting football

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    State officials say they revisited their plan for 2020-21, but decide to pass on any change. Hence, only 4 sports to continue for Season A and the new, other 3 seasons won't begin until after the New Year.
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Sports Performance Contact

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  • Director of Sports Performance

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