Fall

Boys Golf
V JV
Boys Soccer
V JV
Cheer
V JV F
Cross Country
V
Dance
V
Football
V JV F
Girls Golf
V JV
Girls Soccer
V JV
Girls Tennis
V JV
Girls Volleyball
V JV F
Strength & Conditioning

Winter

Boys Basketball
V JV F
Boys Bowling
V JV

Cheer
V JV F
Dance
V
Girls Basketball
V JV
Girls Bowling
V JV

Gymnastics
V
Swimming & Diving
V
Wrestling
V
Strength & Conditioning

Spring

Baseball
V JV F
Boys Lacrosse
V JV
Boys Tennis
V JV
Boys Track & Field
V
Boys Volleyball
V JV
Girls Lacrosse
V JV
Girls Track & Field
V
Softball
V JV
Strength & Conditioning

Fall

Boys Golf
V JV
Boys Soccer
V JV
Cheer
V JV F
Cross Country
V
Dance
V
Football
V JV F
Girls Golf
V JV
Girls Soccer
V JV
Girls Tennis
V JV
Girls Volleyball
V JV F
Strength & Conditioning

Winter

Boys Bowling
V JV
Boys Basketball
V JV F
Cheer
V JV F
Dance
V
Girls Bowling
V JV
Girls Basketball
V JV
Gymnastics
V
Swimming & Diving
V
Wrestling
V
Strength & Conditioning

Spring

Baseball
V JV F
Boys Lacrosse
V JV
Boys Tennis
V JV
Boys Track & Field
V
Boys Volleyball
V JV
Girls Lacrosse
V JV
Girls Track & Field
V
Softball
V JV
Strength & Conditioning

Sports Medicine

Hoban's athletic training services are provided by Akron Children’s Hospital.

Josh Darling

Athletic Trainer

darlingj@hoban.org

Dr Joe Congeni

Joseph Congeni, M.D.

Dr. Congeni has been the physician for the athletic program for over 25 years. He is a former Hoban board member and his six children graduated from Hoban.

At Akron Children's Hospital his titles are Director of Sports Medicine and Director of Akron Children's Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.

Learn more about Dr. Congeni

Student Athletic Aides

With such a vibrant athletic program, Hoban's athletic training office is a busy one. The student athletic aide program assists the athletic trainer and supports all student athletes. 

Student athletic aides' responsibilities include stocking the first aid kits, cleaning the training room and preparing ice and water for the teams. 

The most important role of the athletic aide is to learn about injuries and anatomy. They must be able to tape and know when to send an injured player to the athletic trainer. Some student athletic aides who are interested in medical careers choose to attend summer camps to learn techniques and assessments.

2020 Spring Athletic Aides

Front row: Kari DeGroff, Kaleigh Reed, Maria Church, Jacqueline Ostroski
Second row: Steve Lutz, Abby Brewer, Riley Scofield, Kasey Dodson, Olivia Hower, Erin McDonough
Back row: Jake Heir
Not Pictured: Anna Longbrake