Lady Cub Athletics
College Station Middle School
900 Rock Prairie Road
College Station, TX 77845
         Mel Hall- Cross Country, Track
                          Corey Cermin-8th grade Volleyball, Track
                                Candace Clayton- 8th grade Basketball, Track
                                 Bailey Gillum- 7th grade Volleyball, Basketball
                 Bunny Muncie - Cross Country, Track
Kasey Atterbury - Tennis
Welcome to CSMS Lady Cubs Athletics. Here you will find the information about the sports offered at CSMS and general requirements for athletics


Attention all parents of incoming 7th graders and 8th graders:
In order to participate in athletics, all athletes must have a UIL Physical form completed by a doctor. The physical MUST be on the UIL form. You may pick one up from the school office, coaches’ office, or print one out from the UIL Forms link on the left column. There are also UIL forms at that must be filled out and submitted online. All of these forms must be on file to be in athletics.


Please go onto the website:  and follow these directions:


1You will need your child’s school ID number

2. Click on the pull down menu labeled "Electronic Participation Forms" - there are 3 that will pop up and you will need to do all 3.

a. CSISD Handbook Acknowledgement Form

b. Emergency Information and Consent to Treat

c. UIL Forms Signature Page - on this form check all 5 boxes then fill out the rest of the form. You will not need to do each one separately.

Remember: You must now get a new physical EVERY YEAR to participate in athletics.

Physicals MUST be on the UIL Physical Form. Any physicals on other forms will not be accepted. All athletes must have a physical on file. If they do not, they are not allowed to participate in the athletics class. Failure to have a completed physical may result in removal from athletics.

        We expect top notch behavior.
Treat all teachers, coaches, etc. with respect.
Avoid getting in trouble both in and out of school.
Try your best both on the court and in the classroom.
Be on time to practice every day.
Randi Costenbader,
Nov 14, 2011, 2:02 PM