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i9 Sports

Oklahoma City, OK

Offering youth sports programs in Oklahoma City, Edmond, Yukon, Norman

Dustin Ault - Program Director

Office: 405-225-7048

Weather Hotline: 405-225-7810

Email: dustin.ault@i9sports.com

My wife, Erikka, and I have always had a passion for sports and children. We have 3 kids of our own and my wife is a high school teacher and cheer coach. I grew up playing mainly soccer and baseball from age 5 through college and Erikka had been involved in basketball, cheer, gymnastics, diving, etc herself. I had always contemplated getting into a career in sports but never knew what direction to go or where to even start looking. Where I should've been looking was right under my nose.

I had coached at i9 Sports since it started in Edmond, OK in 2012 by Chris Waugh. He ran the program magnificently for 3-4 years. We are now coming up on our second year of running i9 Sports in OKC and my has time flown by!! Our first year was a blast and we can't wait to see what the future years have in store at i9 Sports!!
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11/21/2017
A message from Program Director Dustin Ault (Oklahoma City, Edmond, Yukon, Norman)
For info regarding deadlines, weather cancellations, programs offered, new venues, discounts, and more like us on Facebook at the following address: https://www.facebook.com/i9SportsIS291/ ... Read More
5/9/2017
A message from Program Director Dustin Ault (Oklahoma City, Edmond, Yukon, Norman)
i9 Sports Cold Weather Guidelines for Outside Play: 46° and higher - No change to the schedule  45° and lower – Additional Clothing Beneath Uniform Suggested  (Long Sleeves / Long Pants / Additional Socks / Gloves/Stocking Caps)   40° and lower – ... Read More
5/1/2017
A message from Program Director Dustin Ault (Oklahoma City, Edmond, Yukon, Norman)
Hi! In the case of bad weather please call the weather hotline.  The number is 405-225-7810. If there is a chance of bad weather the hotline will be updated as necessary.  Thanks! ... Read More
1/30/2017
A message from Program Director Dustin Ault (Oklahoma City, Edmond, Yukon, Norman)
We recently received the champions of character award for initiative from the Edmond Chamber of Commerce!!  We couldn't be more excited for this award and our nomination by Adam and Lauren Hanna, a big thank you goes out to you guys and the Edmond City Council.  Thank you from the bottom ... Read More
1/30/2017
A message from Program Director Dustin Ault (Oklahoma City, Edmond, Yukon, Norman)
Are you looking for things to do at home with your little athlete, but not sure exactly what to do.  Check out our At-Home Drill Cards for inspiration.  These cards give instruction, age range, how many people and equipment needed.  They are just a starting point so feel free to make ... Read More
5/30/2018
A message from i9 Sports
Take a peek into what game day looks like for this i9 Sports soccer coaching duo and their two sons on our latest blog post! ... Read More
REVIEWS
Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

"I like that the programs are geared towards fun and not so competitive. It was perfect for my son who had never played any organized sports. We chose to do Spring T-ball, and he loves it! Everyone is very laid back, and it's not only about kids learning how to play whatever sport. There is a lot o ... Read More

Tiffany R.  (April 2016)

"The coaches we have let all the kids have a fair share of participation, they encourage teamwork, good team spirit and they also make learning fun."

Valerie L.  (October 2016)

"This is our first year trying out i9 sports but I have to say I have really taken a liking to it. Especially having an indoor soccer league and cheerleading squad for my kids. Would recommend to anyone. "

Holland G.  (March 2017)

"Love the organization and professionalism of I9 sports. Also the variety of sports is great! Everybody has been so friendly and the communication necessary for busy moms is amazing! "

Sarah E.  (May 2018)

"I like that it's focused on teaching the core skills but without being ultra competitive. The focus of wanting kids to enjoy the sport is clear and implemented well."

Jennifer W.  (May 2017)