Football season tickets can now be purchased on the second floor of the Varsity Training Center, Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Varsity Training Center is located directly south of Memorial Stadium on County Line Road. Tickets may be purchased with cash, check, or credit card (Discover, MasterCard or Visa).
Please note: all credit card purchases will have a three percent convenience fee per transaction.
The five-home game season ticket packet is $60. Season tickets plus an adult All-Sport Pass may be purchased for just $110. Purchase of only the adult All-Sport Pass, which features general admission seating to all 2022-2023 school year athletic events, is $100.
PARKING: The Varsity Training Center is currently under construction. The west/home side to the stadium is available for parking and you may enter through the indoor facility. Follow the signs that will direct you to the 2nd floor to purchase tickets.
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The Broken Arrow High School soccer program has scheduled a secondary/make-up tryout dates for students* who missed the tryouts that were held May 2022. The tryouts will be held at Kirkland Athletic Complex on the following dates:
Thursday and Friday, Aug. 25 & 26
In order to tryout, students will need to have a physical dated after May 1, 2022. The completed physical form can be handed in at tryouts.
*Students that attended the May 2022 tryouts ARE NOT ALLOWED to tryout again for this school year.
*Tryouts are closed tryouts. No parents will be allowed to enter the stadium to watch tryouts.
Boys Tryout Date: Wednesday, Aug. 17
Girls Tryout Date: Friday, Aug. 19
7th - 12th Grades: 2 p.m.
Questions about the golf program, please contact head coach, Charlie Brown, at email@example.com.
All Broken Arrow Public Schools athletes are required to complete online athletic forms via Rank One prior to each new school year. Additionally, student athletes must have a physical form dated after May 1 ready to be uploaded online or turned in to the coach at tryouts.
Please visit Rank One Sport's website to start the online process. Should you need assistance, please contact BAPS Athletic Department at 918-259-5900 or email Daniel Steward at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Broken Arrow’s winningest basketball coach and five athletes who competed at the NCAA Division I level will be inducted into the Broken Arrow Athletic Hall of Fame during halftime of the Tigers football home opener against Union on Friday, Sept. 2.
Members of the 2022 Hall of Fame Class are Rusty Stecker, boys basketball head coach for 14 years; Breonna Barker, 7-time state swimming gold medalist; Taylor Dobson, three-time top-three finisher in the state golf championships; Alexis Gaulden, two-time girls basketball Tulsa Metro Player of the Year; Ruthie Miller, three-time girls soccer state champion; and Jackson Williams, three-year varsity starter for Tigers baseball.
Stecker compiled 252 wins in his 14 seasons as head coach of the Tigers. His teams qualified for the state tournament seven times, and he has a career playoff coaching record of 30-17. Stecker’s 2001 team became the school’s first and only national Top 100 ranked team, reaching No. 52. He is a four-time Oklahoma Coaches Association Region 7 Coach of the Year, three-time Frontier Valley Conference Coach of the Year, three-time Coach for the Jim Thorpe All Star Game, twice named Tulsa World Metro Coach of Year, was named an Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association District 7 Coach of Year, and selected to coach in the 2005 All-State Games.
Barker, a 2015 graduate, is the most-decorated swimmer in school history. She earned High School All-American honors as a sophomore, junior, and senior. Her state swimming medals all came in sprints: four in the 100-yard freestyle and three in the 50-yard free. Barker holds school records in the 50-, 100-, 200-, and 500-yard freestyle, and the 100-yard breaststroke. She was the state’s top swimming recruit as a senior and signed to swim at the University of Kansas.
A 2016 graduate, Dobson placed second at the Class 6A State Girls Golf Championships as a senior with rounds of 75-72 for a 147 total. She was as named the Tulsa World All-Metro Golfer of the Year that season, winning five tournaments, including the East Regional Title with a round of 72. She also was named the 2015 Wendy’s High School Heisman Female Award winner for Broken Arrow High School. Dobson was a four-year letter winner at the University of Tulsa. She finished her Golden Hurricane career with a 76.2 stroke average (7,237 strokes) in 95 rounds of golf.
Another 2016 alum, and current Assistant Coach for the Lady Tigers Basketball Team, Gaulden was part of two consecutive state championships in girls basketball. During her a four-year letter-winning career the Tigers went 92-21, reaching the state tournament each season. Along with twice being named Tulsa-Metro Player of the Year, she also was named Tulsa World First Team All-State as a senior. After making 80-three pointers her senior season in BA, she signed with the University of Tulsa where she continued to excel on the court. The four-year letter winner played in 111 games, starting 88, and finished her career ranked fourth in three-point field goals made (165) and seventh in assists (321) on TU’s all-time career list.
Miller graduated in1989 and was a four-year varsity starter who played on the ’86, ’87 and ’89 Tigers girls state championship soccer teams. She was named all-conference four times as well as being named All-Metro and All-Region. During her college career at the University of Arkansas, Miller recorded 38 goals, registered 16 assists and totaled 92 points. She was selected as a NSCAA All-South Region Third Team honoree in 1991. Miller is a five-time Olympic Development Player, a 1989 US Olympic Festival Silver Medalist and is a member of the University of Arkansas Athletic Hall of Honor.
Williams, a 2004 graduate and current Broken Arrow Baseball Assistant Coach built upon his Tiger baseball years by playing three seasons at the University of Oklahoma and spending 11-years in professional baseball. As a teenager, Williams played in the 2003 and 2004 Junior Sunbelt Series and in the 2003 Area Code Games. As a three-year starter with the Sooners, he was twice named All-Big XII second team. He was overall selection in the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft by the San Francisco Giants. He was a four-time San Francisco Giants Organizational Gold Glove winner, given the top defensive catcher in minor league system. Williams played parts of two seasons (2014 Colorado Rockies) and 2015 (San Francisco Giants) in the major leagues.
The 2022 Hall of Fame class will be honored at the Varsity Training Center/Varsity Club on the Broken Arrow High School campus during a reception prior to the Sept. 2 game.
For more information, contact Ken Ellett, BA Tigers Athletic Hall of Fame Chairman, at 918-259-5900.
Dierker brings experience to Broken Arrow as a former athlete, competitor and coach in the sport of women’s golf. “I am so excited to be joining such a phenomenal program with Broken Arrow Athletics,” Dierker said. “I am eager to continue to improve the girls golf program and develop my girls into the best golfers, athletes and students they can be, through the course of this year.”
Most recently, Dierker served as the Assistant Program Director at First Tee Tulsa. After high school, Julia went on to be captain for the women's golf team at Coffeyville Community College for two years. She represented the Ravens in the 2015 and 2016 National Junior College Athletic Association’s National Championship golf tournaments.
Dierker closed out her collegiate golf career at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2018 with a degree in history. In 2019, Dierker played for one year on the Women's All Pro Tour. Overall, she brings with her over 12 years of competitive play experience.
“I am super excited for Julia Dierker and the Broken Arrow school district,” said Daniel Hayden Head Men’s & Women’s Golf Coach at The University of Arkansas Fort Smith. “From day one at UAFS, Julia worked harder than anyone in the program and knew what it took to be successful. I know she will take her passion and drive into this next chapter in her life and become a successful teacher and coach. Julia has tremendous leadership skills and knows what it takes to be successful as an athlete and student. The current and future players at Broken Arrow are lucky to have Julia as their coach.”
“We are thrilled to welcome Coach Dierker to Broken Arrow,” said Associate Director of Athletics Amanda Snider. “Golf is a game that teaches valuable life lessons and Julia brings with her the confidence, positivity and experience, making her a great fit for this role.”
“We are excited to welcome Julia to our Broken Arrow Athletics family,” said Executive Director of Athletics Darren Melton. “She brings a strong golfing background and we look forward to the positive impact that she will have on her teams for years to come.”
Any students who are interested in participating in girls golf are encouraged to contact their school counselor with that request. There is an upcoming girls tryout 2 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 19 at Forest Ridge Golf Course. Please email Darren Melton at email@example.com with any additional questions.