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2014 New England Large School Tournament Champions

2014 AOF Tournament Champions

Loomis Chaffee competes at the highest level of New England Prep School Hockey. As a member of the New England Prep School Ice Hockey Association (NEPSIHA) and the Founders League, Loomis plays a competitive, twenty-six game schedule. The Founders League, which is widely accepted as one of the best high school leagues in the country, makes up the lion’s share of our schedule and matches us up against teams such as Avon Old Farms, Choate, Deerfield, Hotchkiss, Kent, Kingswood-Oxford, Salisbury, Taft, Trinity Pawling, and Westminster. In addition to the Founders schedule, Loomis competes against Andover, Tabor, Northfield Mount Hermon, Brunswick, Canterbury, and Pomfret. Loomis begins each season with the St. Paul’s Jamboree and the Founders League Jamboree, and each December participates in the eight-team Christmas Classic at Avon Old Farms. All three events offer players significant exposure to college and professional scouts alike. Given the competitiveness of our league and many opportunities for exposure, every year, several Founders players earn the opportunity to continue their hockey careers at some of the top Division I and Division III programs in the country. Several Founders League veterans and Loomis alumni have gone on to successful professional careers as well. In the last few years, Loomis graduates have earned roster spots at Brown, Colgate, Harvard, Providence College, the University of Notre Dame, the University of New Hampshire, the University of Vermont, Assumption College, Connecticut College, and Wesleyan College, and two players were also selected in the NHL Entry Draft.

At Loomis, we value and therefore emphasize the personal growth and development of our players as young-men, as students, and as hockey players. Team values consist of a team-first mentality, preparation, tireless work ethic, responsibility, and a commitment to excellence in all areas of life. The coaching staff works with each player not only in a team environment but also on an individual basis to help guide them to achieve their goals and to establish their unique path toward excellence. Paving such a path lays the foundation for future achievement and satisfaction wherever life after Loomis takes them. Part of that guidance includes encouraging our players to participate in multiple competitive sports and to involve themselves in campus-wide events, activities, and organizations, in addition to excellence in the classroom. The goals of Loomis Hockey are in keeping with the school’s mission to develop its students “in spirit, mind and body” and to “inspire in them a commitment to the best self and the common good,” and the school’s mascot, the Pelican, which symbolizes self-sacrifice.

In the 2013-14 academic year, 75% of our varsity players earned recognition for achievement in the classroom and/or community, while 100% participated in sports/clubs/organizations/campus leadership positions not associated with hockey. Our players are thus multi-dimensional and committed to excellence in all aspects of their lives. Through the total of their experience at Loomis, our players leave here well prepared for success in college and beyond.

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Four members of the Loomis boys hockey team helped their club team, the Connecticut Wolf Pack, win the national title last week in the Toyota-USA Hockey Youth Tier I 18U National Championships.

With a win over Westminster on Wednesday, February 18, the boys hockey team set a new program record for most wins in a season, topping the charts with an impressive 20-3 season.

The boys varsity hockey team capped off a strong week of hockey on Saturday with its second 2-1 victory of the week, this time over high-ranked Salisbury.

The boys hockey team pulled off a comeback win at Andover on Saturday in an exciting game reminiscent of the team's play-off victory last year over the Big Blue.

Mother Nature may have begun Saturday's white out, but the Loomis boys hockey team finished the job when the Pelicans skated past a packed "white out" house to defeat the Martlets 6-3 in the Savage Johnson Rink.

Danny Tirone '13, who plays in the net for the University of New Hampshire men's hockey team, was recently named by Hockey East as the Defensive Player of the Week.

John Abraham '12, a junior at Dartmouth College, is playing for the Canadian National Rugby 7's development team, traveling to Argentina and Chile for a series of games this month.

The boys hockey team took home first place honors on Saturday when the Pelicans defeated the Sea wolves of Tabor Academy 4-0 to win the 32nd annual Avon Old Farms Tournament.

The Loomis boys varsity hockey team will play in the championship of the Avon Old Farms Tournament today, Saturday, December 20. The puck drops at 3:30 p.m. EST., live streaming of the event will begin at 3:15 p.m. as the Pelicans face off against Tabor Academy.

The boys varsity ice hockey team defeated St. Paul's on Friday to advance to the championship game of the Avon Old Farms Tournament.

Several Loomis teams host or head to holiday tournaments this week. Here is your guide to what is happening on and off the Island.

Boys varsity hockey won the New England Large School Tournament Championship with an exciting three-game journey that began last Wednesday with a quarterfinal round victory at Northfield Mount Hermon. The Pelicans qualified for their first tournament appearance in more htan 20 years and made it to their first tournament final in program history. On Sunday afternoon, they beat St. Paul's 3-2 to capture their first tournament championship in program history.

The boys and girls hockey teams handed losses to Hotchkiss on Saturday as the boys topped the Bearcats 3-1 and the girls returned from Lakeville with a 2-1 victory.

In a rare Monday game the Loomis boys varsity hockey team won a come-from-behind contest against a strong team from Brunswick in the Savage Johnson Rink.

The Loomis boys varsity hockey team notched its first home win of the season Wednesday, beating Founders League rival Choate 5-2 in the Savage Johnson Rink. The win improved the Pelicans' record to 2-3 as they head into the Avon Old Farms Tournament, which begins Thursday with a 7 p.m. face-off against St. Paul's.

Team Results
Wednesday, 03/04/2015
  vs. Salisbury School
New England Elite Eight Hockey Tournament Quareterfinals
L   |  1-3
Saturday, 02/28/2015
  vs. Avon Old Farms School
W   |  8-1
Tuesday, 02/24/2015
  vs. Choate Rosemary Hall
L   |  0-2
Saturday, 02/21/2015
  vs. Northfield Mt. Hermon
T   |  1-1
Wednesday, 02/18/2015
  vs. Westminster School
W   |  6-3
Saturday, 02/14/2015
  vs. Salisbury School
Win (2-1)
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Wednesday, 02/11/2015
  vs. Deerfield Academy
W   |  2-1
Wednesday, 02/04/2015
  vs. Williston Northampton School
L   |  3-4 OT
Saturday, 01/31/2015
  vs. Phillips Academy (Andover)
W   |  4-3   |  recap
Thursday, 01/29/2015
  vs. Kingswood Oxford School
W   |  5-0
Wednesday, 01/28/2015
  vs. Avon Old Farms School
L   |  2-5
Saturday, 01/24/2015
  vs. Westminster School
W   |  6-3
Wednesday, 01/21/2015
  vs. Taft School
W   |  6-4
Saturday, 01/17/2015
  vs. Hotchkiss School
W   |  7-1
Wednesday, 01/14/2015
  vs. Deerfield Academy
W   |  7-2

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