All Leopards Sports Will be DI for Next Two Seasons Except Football
The OHSAA Board of Directors met in Columbus on Thursday, August 8 and revealed the enrollment breakdown of both Winter and Spring Sports in additional to the already announced breakdown for Fall Athletics.
As a result of the new breakdowns, Louisville will be in Division I for every sport except football. The Leopards are the biggest school in Division III for football because of the new seven division breakdown. No other OHSAA sport has more than four divisions
Below you can see the enrollment breakdown for the state in each of the Leopards different sports. You can also see our enrollment figures which is 401 boys and 385 girls. The difference column shows how far away from the DI-DII cutoff Louisville was for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 school years.
Boys Swimming was the closest to making it into Division II as it missed the cutoff by a single boy. Boys Golf was 102 boys over the DI-DII cutoff, which was the highest of any Leopards sport. Sports moving from Division II to Division I this season include Baseball, Boys Soccer, Boys Swimming, and Wrestling.
|Baseball||372 or more||401||+29|
|Basketball (Boys)||370 or more||401||+31|
|Basketball (Girls)||342 or more||385||+43|
|Cross Country*||324.5 or more||393||+68.5|
|Golf (Boys)||299 or more||401||+102|
|Golf (Girls)||301 or more||385||+84|
|Soccer (Boys)||377 or more||401||+24|
|Soccer (Girls)||354 or more||385||+31|
|Softball||351 or more||385||+34|
|Swimming (Boys)||400 or more||401||+1|
|Swimming (Girls)||340 or more||385||+45|
|Tennis (Boys)||335 or more||401||+66|
|Tennis (Girls)||321 or more||385||+64|
|Track (Boys)*||TBA 9/5||401||TBA|
|Track (Girls)*||TBA 9/5||385||TBA|
|Volleyball||344 or more||385||+41|
|Wrestling (Team)||382 or more||401||+19|
|Wrestling (Individual)||385 or more||401||+16|
* For Cross Country you take the average between both boys and girls. Thus the average of 401+385 is 393.
* Track may follow the same format as Cross Country, but those division breakdowns have yet to be announced.
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