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High school lacrosse season is coming and we have all the lax fan gear to get you pumped up. If you’re looking for a lacrosse t-shirt, lacrosse warm ups or just lax fan gear, Prep Sportswear has you covered. Customize any of our high school lacrosse apparel with your school name and number for unique and personal look.
Our custom lacrosse t-shirts are built for lasting wear. Our lacrosse shirts are made of comfortable and durable cotton that will last season after season. The sturdy construction prevents ripping and stretching, and holds its shape wash after wash. Customize any of our lacrosse t-shirts with your name and number on the back to show ultimate lax pride.
A long-sleeve lacrosse t-shirt is perfect on its own or layered under a cozy high school hooded or crewneck sweatshirt. Prep Sportswear carries long sleeve shirts that are crafted with ultra-soft cotton and can feature designs handpicked by you. Customize your own high school lacrosse long sleeve shirt today and get it ready for game time.
Our customizable lacrosse shorts will help you win while keeping you dry and comfortable. Just right for training in the gym or playing on the field, our lacrosse shorts are made with light and durable fabric. They feature an unlined athletic cut and room for a comfortable bit. Add your high school name and number for extra personalization.
A cotton like feel combines with sweat-wicking performance to keep you cool and dry in our performance shirts. A performance long sleeve lacrosse is the perfect piece of apparel for layering when it’s cold or wearing on its own. Our performance long sleeves feature an anti-pill finish and can be customized with any of our exclusive lacrosse designs.
Finally, a performance t-shirt that will perform well up to the last playing minute. Our lacrosse performance t-shirts are super soft and feel like cotton. The ultra-light fabric will wick away sweat so you stay cool and dry during practice or fierce competition.
Our women’s lacrosse shirts are sure to become a wardrobe stable. Crafted for the ultimate lax fan, our women’s shirts are made with soft fabric and fitted for a women’s body. Choose a custom lacrosse design for a one-of-a-kind look.
Here’s a look at some of the most popular 2014 Marathons coming up in March. At Prep Sportswear you can customize marathon apparel and race clothing that’s specific to your event. If you’re running or watching any of the 2014 marathons below, make sure to get your custom race gear in time!
Little Rock Marathon 3/2/14 Little Rock, AK
The Little Rock Marathon, started in 2003, is an annual marathon held in Little Rock, Arkansas. The event was created to encourage better health and fitness, raise funds for Little Rock Parks & Recreation, and promote tourism in Arkansas. Participants come from all 50 states and 10 different countries to take part of the USATF sanctioned 26.2-mile single loop course. The course is scenic and includes many of Little Rock’s landmarks; it is the first race in the state to be transponder chip timed, and also a qualifying event for the Boston Marathon. If you’re running in the Little Rock Marathon 2014, stand out from the crowd with one-of-a-kind marathon apparel!
Los Angeles Marathon 3/9/14 Los Angeles, CA
The ASICS LA Marathon is an annual running event held each spring in Los Angeles, California. The 26.219 mile (42.195 km) footrace, inspired by the success of the 1984 Summer Olympic Games, has been contested every year since 1986. Boxing great Muhammad Ali served as the honorary race starter for several years between 1989 and 2004. Currently, the LA Marathon “Stadium to the Sea” course starts at the Dodger Stadium and finishes at the Santa Monica Pier. Whether you’re a runner, supporter, or volunteer, we have custom-made Los Angeles Marathon 2014 gear for you.
Knoxville Marathon 3/30/14 Knoxville, TN
The Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon is an annual 42.195-kilometer marathon in Knoxville, Tennessee. The course starts in Downtown Knoxville at Clinch Ave. bridge near the Knoxville Convention Center in the shadows of the Sunsphere. The race boasts a unique finish, ending on the 50 yard line of the University of Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium. A prize fund of $10,000 is distributed between the top finishers in the marathon and half marathon. Run in style in the 2014 Knoxville Marathon with customized race clothing you won’t find anywhere else.
The end of the 2013-14 college football bowl season brings the start of the 2014 NFL draft. Plenty of talented athletes took part in the bowl games this season—some making headlines, others falling short. The bowl games are the chance for athletes to show their talent and potential on a big stage, making the games important to NFL scouts. Of course, these players’ “draft stocks” can change while they go through the NFL Scouting Combine and pro days before the draft rolls around in May. Until then, we can begin to assess which players have already begun to help or hurt themselves as they continue on the path to play professional football.
Michael Sam, DE, University of Missouri
University of Missouri defensive end Michael Sam is undersized for a defensive end at 6’2″ and 255 pounds which might make scouts weary of his ability to get past some of the larger offensive tackles on the NFL level. He was relatively ineffective for the Tigers through three-and-a-half quarters against Oklahoma State but ultimately came away with the sack/fumble that sealed the Tigers’ Cotton Bowl win. As of now, it appears as though Sam could be a late-round prospect for the 2014 draft. However, after a quiet showing at the Cotton Bowl, his draft grade could be in jeopardy.
Henry Josey, RB, University of Missouri
University of Missouri running back Henry Josey finished off a fantastic 2013 season during the Cotton Bowl after coming back from a knee injury that forced him to miss the 2012 college football season. At 5’10″ and 190 pounds, Josey is a strong and fast runner. Recently, Josey was clutch for the Missouri Tigers offense, rushing 12 times for 92 yards—an average of 7.7 yards per carry—and three touchdowns. However, his size and past injury could be of some concern to NFL scouts.
Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State
Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr was considered to be the second-best signal-caller in this year’s draft class before his dismal performance in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl. Unfortunately, his excellent college career has ended with some doubts. After only being able to complete 29 of his 54 passing attempts for 216 yards, two touchdowns and one interception against USC, Carr’s future has been reconsidered. This was by far his worst performance of the year and could lead to some concerns about his ability to perform in prime time.
Khalil Mack, OLB, Buffalo
Although Khalil Mack is still considered one of the best outside linebacker prospects in this year’s draft, UCLA’s Anthony Barr could have a major advantage after Mack’s performance against San Diego State in the Idaho Potato Bowl. The San Diego State Aztecs were able to dominate Mack and the Buffalo Bulls defense on their way to a 49-24 victory. In the end, Mack came away with an unimpressive six total tackles and one pass defended in the contest. Unfortunately, Mack just did not deliver in the game he was expected to flourish. The Buffalo Bulls linebacker will still be a first-round prospect, but where he goes within the round could partially ride on his last performance with Buffalo.
Blake Bortles, QB, UCF
UCF Knights quarterback Blake Bortles didn’t disappoint fans in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 1. Bortles has been surging up draft boards due to his strong arm, impressive athleticism and NFL-caliber size. Bortles is making a great case to be one of the first three quarterbacks taken in May. The UCF quarterback was able to tear up Baylor’s defense to the tune of 301 passing yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions. He also rushed eight times for 93 yards and another score. His one-man show should definitely solidify his first-round grade in the upcoming draft.
Kyle Van Noy, OLB, Brigham Young
Brigham Young outside linebacker Kyle Van Noy is easily one of the most sought-after outside linebackers in the upcoming NFL draft. However, his performance against the Washington Huskies in the Fight Hunger Bowl could push him back into the second day. Although his performance wasn’t awful, Van Noy was not as visible or as much of a threat as he could have been in the college bowl game. He was however credited with seven total tackles and 1.5 tackles for a loss during the game.
The McDonald’s All-American game has recently announced the high school basketball players that have been nominated to participate. While a nomination in itself isn’t a guaranteed invite to play in the game, it is a prestigious honor nonetheless. High school coaches, athletic directors, principals and members of the McDonald’s All American Games Selection Committee are all responsible for deliberating and choosing who they think they best high school basketball players are in the country. The Greatest McDonald’s All Americans list includes some of the top names in basketball history, and features past and present Olympics, NBA and NCAA stars such as Michael Jordan, Shaquille O’Neal, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Paul Pierce, Chris Paul and Kevin Garnett.
The 2014 McDonald’s All American Game will be held on April 2 at the United Center in Chicago. Consisting of the top players, each team plays a single exhibition game after the conclusion of the high-school basketball season, in an East vs. West format. As part of the annual event, boys also compete in a slam dunk contest, a three-point shooting competition and an overall timed skills competition. The girls compete in the three-point shooting competition and the overall-skills competition. Nearly 1,000 players from 44 states and Washington, D.C., were nominated for the games. Here are some of the top ranking high school basketball players that were nominated:
Jahlil Okafor (Whitney Young High School – Chicago)
Myles Turner (Trinity High School – Euless)
Cliff Alexander (Curie High School – Chicago)
Tyus Jones (Apple Valley High School – Apple Valley)
Karl Towns Jr. (St. Joseph High School – Metuchen)
Trey Lyles (Arsenal Technical High School – Indianapolis)
Stanley Johnson (Mater Dei High School – Santa Ana)
Kevon Looney (Milwaukee Hamilton High School – Milwaukee)
Congratulations to all of the nominees for the 2014 McDonald’s All-American game! Make sure to represent your high school in the game with customized fan gear from Prep Sportswear!
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and we have you covered. We’re highlighting some of our bestselling fan apparel products for women. Your valentine is sure to love the feminine styles and fashionable products that are made with a woman in mind. You won’t find more customizable college women’s apparel, high school fan gear or fan apparel for women anywhere else.
Now she can cover up in the cold and stand out in the crowd at the same time with a custom made fan hoodie. Our ultra-soft and cozy sweatshirts come in an assortment of styles and colors so you can customize the perfect product. Add Sparkle Twill™ embroidery to make any sweatshirt extra special and one-of-a-kind. Any woman would love this personal and thoughtful gift for Valentine’s Day.
Show your special someone how much she is loved with a t-shirt designed by you! Add personal touches such as her name, number and favorite color for a unique Valentine’s Day gift. All of our women’s shirts are crafted with superior fabrics so it’s sure to last season after season. Perfect for game days or just lounging around, our t-shirts are a must have for any woman’s wardrobe.
If your valentine is an active gal or up-to-date with fashion trends, then she’s sure to fall in love with our customizable fan tank tops! You can choose from an assortment of colors and add the design that best fits her style. For a complete look, pair any of our women’s tanks or shirts with a pair of comfortable leggings. Our women’s tanks are a necessity for any team apparel wardrobe. You can even add Sparkle Twill™ embroidery for a more feminine flair!
Our women’s team accessories are a perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your sport fanatic. Customize one of our tote bags with her team design and fill it with some of her favorite things for the ultimate Valentine’s Day gift. Keep her warm this winter with a team hat designed by you. You can pick any of our exclusive designs and styles that feature her favorite team’s name. Made from the highest quality, our women’s fan accessories, just like your team pride, will last for seasons to come!
Here’s a look at some of the most popular 2014 Marathons coming up in February. At Prep Sportswear you can customize marathon apparel and race clothing that’s specific to your event. If you’re running or watching any of the 2014 marathons below, make sure to get your custom race gear in time!
Mardi Gras Marathon 2/2/14 New Orleans, LA
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Mardi Gras Marathon is an annual international marathon race which takes place in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is part of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series of road running competitions and it also features the Rock ‘n’ Roll Mardi Gras Half Marathon. The Mardi Gras Marathon draws an average of 13,000 runners a year. There are live bands that perform a variety of music from alternative, classic and punk rock to blues, jazz and soul along each mile of the race course. Customize your personal 2014 Rock ‘n’ Roll Mardi Gras Marathon t-shirt to get ready for the big day!
Miami Marathon 2/2/14 Miami, FL
The Miami Marathon and Half Marathon 26.219 mile course is one of the flattest, most scenic courses in the country. With its inaugural race on February 2, 2003, the Miami Marathon has been one of the fastest-growing annual marathons, attracting world-class distance runners. Celebrities or local politicians typically start the race including Olympic marathon gold medalist Frank Shorter. An average of 25,000 runners participate in this popular marathon every year which runs through the City of Miami Beach. Look hot on the course with one-of-a-kind Miami Marathon running clothing and apparel exclusive to Prep Sportswear.
Austin Marathon 2/16/14 Austin, TX
The Austin Marathon is an annual marathon held in Austin, Texas which forms the final leg of the Marathons of Texas. The course starts on Congress Avenue and touches well-known Austin landmarks and areas, such as downtown, the Colorado River, Hyde Park and the University of Texas at Austin, passing by Memorial Stadium. Befitting the city that prides itself on being “The Music Capital of the World,” the Austin marathon includes performances by live bands and even a beer stop in the later stages of the race. If you’re running in the Austin Marathon, stand out from the crowd with custom made race gear and marathon apparel.
Cowtown Marathon 2/23/14 Fort Worth, TX
The Cowtown Marathon is the largest multi-race event in the State of Texas and is expecting around 29,000 runners in 2014. Based in Fort Worth, Texas, the marathon benefits local charities including the American Cancer Society and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The Cowtown Marathon course starts and ends in Fort Worth’s cultural district, runs through the Stockyards, goes through downtown and circles TCU and Fort Worth’s southside. Wear exclusive Cowtown Marathon t-shirts when you’re running the course this year only available at Prep Sportswear!
The winter Olympics are rightly considered to be the most spectacular: skiers hurtling down steep slopes, epic ice hockey confrontations, the meticulous and masterful figure skaters, and the thrill of the chase in the biathlon. The winter games of 2014 in Sochi are going to be unique: no other winter Olympics in the world has ever been able to boast such a rich sporting program. 12 countries – Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States have attended every winter Olympic Games. Six of those (Austria, Canada, Finland, Norway, Sweden and the United States) have earned medals at every winter Olympic games, and only one – the United States – has earned gold at each games. Cheer on your country this year with custom made, one-of-a-kind apparel from Prep Sportswear!
Biathlon has origins in the ancient hunting practices of northern Europeans and debuted at the 1960 winter Olympics in Squaw Valley with the men’s 20 km individual event. Beginning at the 1992 winter Olympics in Albertville, women’s biathlon debuted with the 15 km individual, 3×7.5 km relay. Norway took three gold medals in the 2010 winter Olympics, while Germany and Russia took two. Germany currently holds the record for total medals won in Biathlon with a whopping 43, 14 more than Norway.
Bobsleigh has been contested at the winter Olympic games since the first winter games in 1924 in Chamonix, France, with the exception of the 1960 games in Squaw Valley. The two-man bobsleigh event was introduced at the 1932 games and a two-woman event was first contested at the 2002 winter Olympics. In 2010, Germany won gold for the two-man event, the United States won gold for the four-man event and Canada won gold for the two-woman event. In total, Germany currently holds ten gold medals, followed by Switzerland with nine and the United States with seven.
Cross-country skiing has been contested at the winter Olympic Games since the first winter games in 1924 in Chamonix, France. The women’s events were first contested at the 1952 winter Olympics. In the 2010 winter Olympics, Norway won five gold medals, the most out of all the countries. Norway currently holds 96 total cross-country skiing medals, with Finland coming in next with a total of 73.
Curling was included in the program of the inaugural winter Olympic Games in 1924 in Chamonix. The results of that competition were not considered official by the International Olympic Committee until 2006. Curling was a demonstration sport at the 1932 games, and then again after a lengthy absence in 1988 and 1992. The sport was finally added to the official program for the 1998 Nagano games. In the 2010 winter Olympics, Canada brought home gold for the men’s curling team and Sweden brought home gold for the women’s curling team. Canada currently holds the most gold medals and total medals for curling out of all the countries participating in the winter Olympics.
Figure skating was first contested in the Olympic Games at the 1908 summer Olympics and is the oldest discipline in the winter Olympics games. Since 1924, figure skating has been a part of the winter Olympic Games On April 6, 2011, the International Olympic Committee formally included the event of mixed team. The United States holds 14 gold medals and 46 total medals. In the 2010 winter Olympics, Canada, China, South Korea and the United States all brought home gold medals.
Freestyle skiing has been contested at the winter Olympic Games since the 1992 winter games in Albertville, France. It was a demonstration sport at the 1988 winter Olympics, with moguls, aerials and ballet events. Moguls became an official medal sport at the 1992 games, while aerials and ballet were still demonstration events. At the 1994 games, aerials also became an official medal event and the ski ballet competition was dropped. In the 2010 winter Olympics, Canada, Belarus, Switzerland, Austria and the United States brought home gold medals. The United States currently holds the record for the most medals won in freestyle skiing with 14, five more than Canada.
The Nordic combined events have been contested at the winter Olympic games since 1924. The first competition involved 18 km cross-country skiing, followed by ski jumping. The ski jumping styles would change over the years as well, from the Kongsberger technique after World War I to the Daescher technique in the 1950s to the current V-style from 1985 onwards. The cross-country skiing technique would switch from classical to freestyle for all competitions beginning in 1985, but the biggest change would occur at the 1988 winter Olympics in the scoring with the Gundersen method. Although Norway has taken home the most gold medals for Nordic combined, it was the United States, France and Austria who won gold medals in the 2010 winter Olympics.
Ice hockey tournaments have been staged at the Olympic Games since 1920. The men’s tournament was introduced at the 1920 Summer Olympics and was transferred permanently to the winter Olympic Games program in 1924, in France. The Olympic Games were originally intended for amateur athletes until 1988, and the NHL did not allow its players to compete until 1998. Canada has known to dominate ice hockey in the winter Olympics and currently holds 11 gold medals.
Ski jumping has been included in the program of every winter Olympic Games. From 1924 through 1956, the competition involved jumping from one hill whose length varied from each edition games to the next. On April 6, 2011, the International Olympic Committee officially accepted women ski jumping into the official Olympic program for the 2014 winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Although Finland currently holds the most gold medals with ten, Norway holds the most medals overall with 29.
Snowboarding was one of five new sports added to the winter Olympic program between 1992 and 2002, and was the only one not to have been a previous medal or demonstration event. Five athletes have won two medals. Philipp Schoch of Switzerland, Shaun White and Seth Wescott of the United States are the only double gold medalists. In the men’s half-pipe event, American snowboarders have collected six of nine possible medals, achieving a unique medal sweep in 2002. Overall, the United States won a total of 19 medals, more than any other nation.
The 2014 Six Nations Championship, also known as the 2014 RBS 6 Nations, will be the 15th series of the Six Nations Championship, the annual northern hemisphere rugby union championship. It is the world’s oldest and largest annual premier rugby tournament. Last year, over one million people attended the 15 matches, making it the best attended international rugby tournament in the world on a per match basis. The Six Nations Rugby Championship will begin on February 1st, 2014 and will end on March 15th. It will be contested by England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales.
The RBS 6 Nations Championship is the focus of rugby and sports supporters all over the world. It will begin with Wales kicking off their title defense against Italy in Cardiff in the first match. England will take on France in Paris while Ireland hosts Scotland in Dublin.
England and Wales are the joint current record holders for outright wins of the Home Nations, Five Nations and Six Nations tournaments, with 26 titles each, although Wales add to that record with 12 shared victories to England’s 10 shared titles. Since the Six Nations era started in 2000, only Italy and Scotland have failed to win the actual Six Nations title, although Scotland were the last outright winners of the tournament’s predecessor event, the Five Nations, in 1999.
The 2014 National Lacrosse League season has begun and players are making headlines every week. We’re shining the light on some of the world’s best lacrosse players in the NLL so you know who to watch this season. Make sure to represent your favorite Lacrosse team with one-of-a-kind lacrosse fan gear!
Curtis Dickson of the Calgary Roughnecks
Curtis Dickson has proved to fans of the Calgary Roughnecks and NLL that he is the king of Lacrosse. His quality and quantity of goal scoring has been surpassed by absolutely no one. Dickson is at his best in pressure cooker situations, the odds stacked completely against him, seemingly nowhere to go outside of a clock timeout. In those situations, Dickson simply succeeds and leaves the sad sack sulking for the opposition to contend with. He had five game winning goals last year, most of those fourth quarter or even OT finishers. His 7g in the span of about 20 minutes in the LAX playoffs was unscripted majesty that is easily one of the NLL’s greatest individual efforts, ever.
Kyle Rubisch of the Edmonton Rush
Kyle Rubisch has successfully garnered great results with a less abrasive approach. Rubisch, who is very much an intense and fearless Edmonton Rush competitor, operates with an in-game IQ no defender today comes close to matching. His positional play is perfection and his ability to see LAX game play develop several steps ahead of anyone is the primary reason he rocks in the forced turnover rundown. Ditto for loose balls, Rubisch was last year’s league leader among non-face-off players too. No one does defense better than him in the NLL.
Rhys Duch of the Vancouver Stealth
Rhys Duch’s individual effort and continued clutch play makes him one of today’s most dominating lacrosse offensive leaders and relied on scorers. The Vancouver Stealth sniper’s league leading 45 finishes last year were almost a quarter of the team’s total end-of-season offensive output, a percentage he also led the NLL with. His performance during last year’s playoffs (where he exceeded that quarter ownership mark when it came to Washington’s goal production) only added to his growing LAX legend, first leading a third period to topple Edmonton, then netting the game winner in a single goal W over Calgary in the West Final, and of course going stride-for-stride with the eventual champs, all while nursing a charley horse that would have sidelined most of the league.
John Grant of the Colorado Mammoth
At almost 40-years-old, John Grant is still playing lacrosse at a level few in NLL can come close to. For those that think the Colorado Mammoth player took a step back last year, it was almost impossible not to. Where was he supposed to go after setting the sport’s standard for points in a single season, passing who else but Tavares two seasons ago? Word of warning for this upcoming season, Grant may be fitter and more focused than he’s ever been. He is still skilled beyond belief, still dangerously lethal with the ball in his pocket, and still one of the greatest lacrosse players on the planet today.
Matt Vinc of the Rochester Knighthawks
Matt Vinc is the absolute best between the pipes today. Without him, the Rochester Knighthawks are not sitting as repeat Cup winners and they are not heading into 2014 as the most legitimate dynasty in the making since the Toronto Rock of the early 2000’s. While Rochester sports a solid defensive stand, Vinc still sees more than his fair share of heat, easily leading the NLL in both shots against and saves – his 662 stops in 2013 a new single season record. Past his at times perfect mechanics, it’s what Vinc allows the rest of the team to do on every shift that makes him better than the rest. Vinc’s presence allows his teammates to go after the improbable, the risky, the stuff only back-to-back Cup winners will push themselves to achieve.
Garrett Billings of the Toronto Rock
While the talk about Toronto Rock’s Garrett Billings in recent seasons has been all about his setup skills, two years ago registering the single season assist record (82) and last year touching 70, most impressive might actually be his ability to effortlessly thread the needle from the outside, probably today’s most dangerous downtown assassin. He’s yet to fully take the torch from Colin Doyle, who may not lead the team in helpers but is still Toronto’s offensive kingpin. Last year Billings did do what no other Rock scorer has ever done, posting back-to-back 100pt campaigns for the first time in franchise history.
Callum Crawford of the Minnesota Swarm
Was there a better player than Callum Crawford in the second half of the 2013 regular season? No there wasn’t. Put others’ reputations and past glories aside and simply concentrate on what players did last year and hands down not only was Minnesota Swarm’s Crawford a legit MVP candidate but he was also most critical to Minnesota’s cross-over clinch. This will be his first year since 2009 not playing alongside Ryan Benesch, maybe the two most important players in Swarm LAX franchise history. Will he find that same magic with high profile rookie Logan Schuss, presumably their top left-hander leading into the year? The Swarm’s success will definitely hinge on the response to that burning pre-season question.
Tis’ the season for winter sports! Get ready for a jam-packed winter full of basketball, swimming, wrestling and gymnastics! You can get all your winter high school sports gear ready at Prep Sportswear. Don’t wait until the last minute, get game day ready now!
Do you play high school basketball or are you a crazy basketball fan? Prep Sportswear has the perfect basketball fan gear for you. Get ready for the games with custom high school basketball team clothing such as basketball t-shirts, shorts, or sweatshirts. Personalize our basketball shirts with your name and number for the ultimate pride. Customize supporting basketball themed apparel for the whole family to see your biggest fans rooting you on from the stands! The opportunities are endless and the process is simple.
Create custom wrestling apparel that recognizes your quickness and strength. Our wrestling t-shirts and hoodies feature name brand fabrics for unsurpassed durability. Shop popular wrestling workout apparel that is crafted with moisture wicking fabrics to keep you cool on the mat. Choose your school and pick the wrestling design that fits your style. Prep Sportswear offers you wrestling clothing that is made with supreme quality for a low price.
We’ve streamlined the customization process so that you can make almost any personalized swimming and diving team apparel that you can imagine in no time at all. It’s the fast, easy and convenient way to wear the latest swimming and diving team clothing that you’re guaranteed to love. Check out our collection of swimming designs and find popular athletic wear—we have everything from lightweight raglan jackets and comfortable sport pants, to high quality custom duffle bags and shirts that come in every variety.
Prep Sportswear has all of the great customized high school gymnastics team gear that you’ll want this season. Display you passion for gymnastics with a one-of-a-kind gymnastics t-shirt or sweatshirt. Shop high quality name brands such as Adidas, Nike, New Balance, Holloway and Russell. Purchase gymnastic apparel for you or for the whole squad. You can customize any of our shirts to say “coach” or “mom” for ultimate team support.