“Our greatest success in interscholastic athletics is when our student-athletes become successful in the years after they graduate. Having them use the lessons learned from their time in our program is very important and extremely meaningful to us.”
— Brent E. Bell, Athletic Director,
“I moved to Elizabethville in 1969. My neighbor Jan Collier ask me if I would want to go to a game. Of course I said yes and have been going ever since. I try and see every sport that UDA has to offer and I saw wonderful athletes go through our programs. I have great memories from the past and a lot more coming in the future. UDA is my home and I am so proud of everyone from the coaches to the athletes. Thanks for the memories. How lucky can one person be? A fan forever.”
— Mary Keim
“My sports experience at UDA was invaluable. Going to a smaller school gives you the ability to play a variety of sports; molding you into a well-rounded athlete which makes you extremely marketable at the next level.”
— Ty Raubenstine, Susquehanna University ’14, UDA ’10
“In all the years that I have coached in the District (starting in the 1984-85 school year ) I’ve always enjoyed working with the young people that I was coaching. The best part of coaching, is seeing their improvement through the years, and seeing them grow into fine young citizens. It’s a great compliment when a player you coached years ago still calls you Coach.”
— David Shadle, Assistant Girls Basketball Coach/
Former Head Girls Basketball Coach, UDA ’67
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Lexi Weaver Sentinel's Player of Year
Upper Dauphin Area Senior Lexi Weaver has been selected as the Player of Year by the Upper Dauphin Sentinel. Weaver finished her career with 918 points which places 5th on UDA's all-time list. More details may be found in the March 27, 2018 edition of the Sentinel.
Bronson Garber Takes 6th Place at PIAA State Wrestling Tournament
Upper Dauphin Area Junior Bronson Garber won 6th Place at the 2018 PIAA State Wrestling Championships in Hershey on March 8th through 10th. This is Garber's 3rd state medal.