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The history and success of Loomis’s boys lacrosse program is well known throughout New England due in part to the program’s founder and head coach for 49 years, Jim Wilson, who started the team in 1959. Since that time the lacrosse program evolved into one of the strongest high school teams in the country. With many Founders League Championships and more importantly, mentoring many young men in our program, Loomis has produced hundreds of college lacrosse players over the years, including Major League Lacrosse Players Drew Snider (Maryland), Ari Sussman (Dartmouth), Charlie Streep (UVA), and Tyler Casertrano (Yale).  Playing in the reputable NE West 1 Lacrosse League, Loomis athletes compete at the highest level in lacrosse. Loomis Chaffee is looking for student-athletes who will be leaders in the classroom, on campus, and on the playing fields.

The Loomis Chaffee Schedule 2015 Season

Bill Walsh, the great NFL coach, wrote, "The competitor who won't go away, who won't stay down, has one of the most formidable competitive advantages of all."  This quote defined the 2015 Loomis Lacrosse Season as it battled through one of the toughest schedules in the country. In 2015, this team surpassed many expectations by not only competing with all of those teams, but even beating them. Signature wins over Trinity Pawling, Deerfield, Phillips Exeter, Choate and Taft and close games with Avon, Salisbury and Phillips Andover proved to the League that Loomis was back on the map. A final record of 10-6, LC proved hard to beat while on the road, going undefeated with a record of 9-0. From going 0-7 last year in the Founders League to going 5-2, placing second, and playing for the Founders League Championship against our rival Avon was quite a turnaround.

Many alums (and spectators) arrived on Father’s Day 2014 this year to play some pick up lacrosse in a red vs. white game.  It was a beautiful morning in the sun.  Many goals were scored and everyone had a good time.  Next year, we are hoping for a larger turnout so that we can have a full game with some substations.  Mark your calendars for Reunion Weekend — June 12-14, 2015!



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Bill Lee

Head Coach, Loomis Chaffee Boys Lacrosse

Associate Director of Admission

860-687-6842

bill_lee@loomis.org

 

On Saturday, June 13 more than 30 Loomis Chaffee alumni lacrosse players filled Pratt Field on Reunion 2015 Weekend.

Loomis Chaffee head boys lacrosse coach Bill Lee has been named Coach of the Year by the Western New England Lacrosse Coaches' Association. The award was presented Thursday, May 21, at the annual meeting of the coaches' association.

On Wednesday, May 20, the boys varsity lacrosse game versus Avon Old Farms will be live streamed by host site GKess Films. Watch Loomis play for the Founders League title. You may watch the game live at 2:30 p.m. EST by following this link.

In a battle of two good teams, the Loomis Chaffee boys varsity lacrosse team defeated Exeter 9-3 on Saturday at Exeter.

For the first time in 10 years, the Loomis boys varsity lacrosse team defeated Deerfield on Wednesday, with an 11-7 victory on the road.

On Saturday, April 18, the boys varsity lacrosse game against Salisbury will be live streamed for those who are unable to get to the Meadows.

The Loomis Chaffee boys lacrosse team topped Hotchkiss on Wednesday for the first time since 2008 with a 12-5 victory on Pratt Field.

March is often the time for Loomis students to explore new opportunities outside of the classroom, and this spring is no exception for several Pelican spring sports teams as they head south for spring training.

Head boys lacrosse coach Bill Lee last weeked presented to coaches, parents, and youth players in Dallas, Texas, to kick off the Lonestar Lacrosse Shootout.

The boys lacrosse team saved the best for last in its final home game of the season Friday night under the lights on Pratt Field.

The boys lacrosse team won its second game in a row with its 8-6 victory over Williston Northampton Wednesday in Easthampton, Mass.

Loomis Chaffee traveled to Phillips Andover on Saturday and came away with an upset 8-7 victory over the Big Blue.

Team Results
Wednesday, 05/20/2015
  vs. Avon Old Farms School
L   |  8-9   |  recap
Saturday, 05/16/2015
  vs. Northfield Mt. Hermon
W   |  16-2
Wednesday, 05/13/2015
  vs. Choate Rosemary Hall
W   |  8-6
Saturday, 05/09/2015
  vs. Taft School
W   |  8-7   |  recap
Wednesday, 05/06/2015
  vs. Williston Northampton School
L   |  4-6
Saturday, 05/02/2015
  vs. Phillips Academy (Andover)
L   |  11-12 OT   |  recap
Wednesday, 04/29/2015
  vs. Westminster School
L   |  6-11
Saturday, 04/25/2015
  vs. Phillips Exeter Academy
W   |  9-3   |  recap
Wednesday, 04/22/2015
  vs. Deerfield Academy
W   |  11-7   |  recap
Saturday, 04/18/2015
  vs. Salisbury School
L   |  9-11   |  recap
Wednesday, 04/15/2015
  vs. Kent School
W   |  12-6   |  recap
Saturday, 04/11/2015
  vs. Berkshire School
W   |  13-6   |  recap
Wednesday, 04/08/2015
  vs. Hotchkiss School
W   |  12-5
Saturday, 04/04/2015
  vs. Brunswick School
L   |  3-9   |  recap
Wednesday, 04/01/2015
  vs. Trinity-Pawling School
W   |  10-7   |  recap

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