The Oakland Tech athletics program has been the launchpad for a number of history-making athletes, including Rickey Henderson, John Brodie and Marshawn Lynch. In recent years, Oakland Tech has won the Oakland Athletic League (OAL) championships in football, mens and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, badminton, tennis, lacrosse and swimming.
We take great pride in the depth and breadth of our athletics program. Prior to the start of each season, we host a Sports Information Night for student-athletes and their families to learn about individual sports, meet the coaches, get the lowdown about expectations, practices, schedules and requirements, and much more. Learn more about the teams here. If you have questions about our program in general, please contact Jim Coplan, Tech’s Athletic Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions about specific sports, please contact the coach(es) directly.
|Cross Country (Men & Women)||Basketball (Men & Women)||Baseball (Men)|
|Football (Men)||Ice Hockey (Coed)||Badminton (Men & Women)|
|Golf (Women)||Soccer (Men & Women)||Golf (Men)|
|Ice Hockey (Coed)||Wrestling (Men & Women)||Lacrosse (Men & Women)|
|Tennis (Women)||Tennis (Men)|
|Volleyball (Women)||Swimming (Men & Women)|
|Rowing (Men & Women)||Softball (Women)|
|Track & Field (Women & Men)|
|Rowing (Men & Women)|
The Oakland Tech athletics calendar is a direct feed from MaxPreps, the platform of choice for the Oakland Athletic League (OAL) and leagues and teams across the region and country. The presence (or, conversely, lack of presence) of a team on the calendar is due to game information being input (or not) by OAL, coaches and parents. Some Tech teams are not part of OAL, and therefore are not automatically reflected on the calendar. They must be input separately. If you’re interested in getting your team’s games on the Oakland Tech MaxPreps calendar, please fill out this Google form. Thank you!
At Oakland Tech, we expect all our student-athletes to be outstanding citizens and role models. To be eligible for participation, students must maintain minimum progress toward graduation and must maintain a C average (2.0) in academic work.
Poor attendance, physical violence or fighting of any kind, possession of drugs or alcohol, or more than two suspensions from school will result in a student becoming ineligible for any extracurricular activity. Eligibility is determined from the preceding marking period’s report card and will be monitored by the coach of the sport. To be eligible, students must not be credit deficient by more than ten credits. All eligibility issues will be reviewed by the administration.
For more information, please contact Athletic Director Jim Coplan at email@example.com.
All parents and guardians of Bulldog student-atheletes are encouraged to add their voices, spirit and enthusiasm to Tech’s Sports Booster Club. We’re a fun, energetic group dedicated to the success of Tech’s teams and athletes. We actively support the Athletic Dept. by helping it provide proper and state-of-the-art equipment, maintain athletic fields, celebrate our athletes at end-of-season awards banquets and much more. We typically meet on the fourth Tuesday of the month throughout the school year — all welcome! Check the calendar for dates and times. Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student-athletes may earn Physical Education or elective credits for participating in various Oakland Tech sports. Learn about the OUSD policy here.