Cardinals will play first four games at home.
Cardinals finished 1-9 in 2012.
Khouri helped Bishop Ireton reach the WCAC semifinals for the first time in school history.
Cardinals pitcher Rhodes earns victory against Saints.
The Bishop Ireton softball team will face Bishop O'Connell in the state semifinals.
Cardinals advance to WCAC semifinals.
The Bishop Ireton girls' lacrosse team entered the WCAC tournament as the No. 2 seed.
Cardinals bounce back from lopsided losses to Visitation, SSSAS.
The Bishop Ireton girls' lacrosse team improved to 3-2 with a victory over Paul VI on Tuesday.
Cardinals earned first trip to WCAC semifinals by beating Gonzaga.
Bishop Ireton boys' basketball coach Neil Berkman called the Cardinals' win over Gonzaga a "program-changer."
Bishop Ireton boys’ basketball improves non-conference record to 9-1.
Five Cardinals score in double figures against Flint Hill.
Cardinals start season with wins against Episcopal, Fairfax.
The Bishop Ireton boys' basketball team defeated Fairfax, 73-53, on Dec. 3.
T.C. Williams football falls to 1-3.
Coach Leon looking for more intensity from talented Cardinals.
The Bishop Ireton girls' soccer team lost to Holy Cross on Sept. 25.
Bishop Ireton football coach Tony Verducci was pleased with how the Cardinals finished their game against Bishop O'Connell on Aug. 31.
Football star served as Army Football team captain last fall.
Andrew Rodriguez, a 2008 graduate of Bishop Ireton High (Alexandria) and a member of the Army football team, was awarded the 2011 James E. Sullivan Award by the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) at the prestigious New York Athletic Club on March 20.
Andrew Rodriguez, a 2008 graduate of Bishop Ireton High (Alexandria) and a member of the Army football team, was awarded the 2011 James E. Sullivan Award by the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) at the New York Athletic Club on March 20.
Five Bishop Ireton seniors — two football players and three girls’ soccer players — signed letters of intent to play at the collegiate level.
Hart’s double-double pushes Cardinals past Saints in playoffs.
Bishop Ireton senior Laura Hart had to watch the final pressure-packed moments of the Cardinals’ VISAA state playoff game against St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes from the bench. But prior to fouling out, it was Hart’s double-double and presence in the paint that helped bring the Cardinals stability in an otherwise sloppy contest.