Mustang Minds

Goggle docs link
 ** the links below can only be accessed using an SDUHSD log on.  

Link for senior survey

For 2018 preparation, all team members need to read:
Rip Van Winkle
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Romeo and Juliet

Standing update:  use this link

Sign up for REMIND:  Text to 81010 with the message @a28dbc

2017 Parent letter (link)

Carpool survey

Updated at 4:15 pm on Tuesday, February 7.
With drivers volunteering, we currently have seats for:
1/26 - all students participating (YEAH!  Thank you) - 6269 El Fuerte St, Carlsbad, CA 92009
 2/ 9 - all students participating (YEAH!  Thank you) - 3557 Monroe St, Carlsbad, CA 92008
 3/ 2 - all students participating (YEAH!  Thank you) - 3900 Cannon Road, Carlsbad, CA 92010
 3/ 9 - all students participating (YEAH!  Thank you) - 1 Pirates Cove, Oceanside, CA 92054  (Directions & Map)
We have 38 students on our team.
If a parent feels they do not want their student in a carpool driven by a student, it is essential that a coach is notified asap.  
FYI: All of our student drivers have driven other students to matches, showing both maturity and responsibility.

Club meetings are during lunch on Thursdays.





Delilah Forrest

Megan Levan

Ray Mosko

Lucía Niño Moya

Kate Sequeira

Katie Wimsatt

* Klaus and Rokas are alternating on Varsity team


Tom Amoroso

Wyatt Clay

Ayse Coban

Michael Colbath

Kai Flood

Oona (Blue) Flood

Darian Flores

Brendan Hall

Janette Jin

Deniz Kivrak

Ben Loren

Erin Maxwell

Klaus Neyer  *

Emma Toscani

Rokas Veitas  *

Kat Weinzierl

Lilia Welsh

Sophia Zhu


Sean Belin

Sara Bustillos

Cameron Fozi

Joice He

Charlotte Hou

Brody Leidy

Devlin Ott

Zoe Porter

Jin Qian

Survey link for end of season gathering is here        

Parents, we need drivers for away matches.  Please consider supporting the team in this way.

Mustang Mind coaches:

Varsity Coach: Linda Park   -

Junior Var. Coach: Ellen di Cristina - 


Freshmen Coach:  Trish Hovey -

Now through the end of the season, practice using the following web resources:

Quizlet, Protobowl, NAQT, and your own searches on the internet.

Continue using these resources throughout the season and beyond.

You will want to focus your learning in specific areas of study.

-  Pick topics that interest you and become an expert!

-  Continue to expand your areas of expertise.

 Topics to study for freshmen and beyond:
Current events
English: Grammar, Literature (Romeo & Juliet, Animal Farm, Of Mice and Men, Lord of the Flies, Iliad)
Math: Geometry, Algebra, Roman Numerals, Bases, Statistics and Probability
Social Science: Geography, Mythology, Religion
Science: Biology, Geology, Astronomy
World Languages: French, Spanish
Performing & Fine Arts: Art History, Music Theory, Architecture

Last year's seniors: 
Logan Feinberg

Elizabeth Loren

Nate Neuman

Declan Powers

Shovik Sarkar