Refusing to give in to adversity, girls volleyball forged bonds and built skills together this fall.
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Boys soccer looked a little different this fall with the cancellation of games, but coaches and players found ways to move the ball forward despite COVID-19!
When the girls cross country team’s competitive season was canceled this fall due to COVID-19, head coach Becky Purdy created a virtual across-the-country challenge with her team.
The girls lacrosse and field hockey teams took part in a virtual 5-kilometer run, Miles for Vitty, on Saturday, October 24, to help raise money and awareness for an alumna who was severely injured in an accident.
A new Healthy Living program on the Island this year offers students ways to develop, support, and improve their physical, mental, and emotional health as well as enhance community despite the necessity of pandemic-related social distancing.
Despite the cancellation of interscholastic competitions this fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic, sports and competition at Loomis Chaffee are alive and well, thanks to a redesigned and robust program created by the Athletics Department, coaches, and other faculty and staff.
Late last fall the Athletics Department, along with the Office of Strategic Communications and Marketing, began the project of creating a cohesive visual identity for Loomis Chaffee athletics. The result is a new, cohesive look specific to the Athletics Department, reflecting the strength of the athletics program and its mascot, the Pelican.
Since arriving on the Island two years ago, coach Nhat Mai has helped build a strength and conditioning program for students of all abilities, from elite athletes to intramural players and individuals simply seeking healthy fitness habits.
Paige Capistran ’16, a senior at Northeastern University, was drafted on Thursday, April 30, by the Boston Pride of the National Women’s Hockey League.
The winter varsity athletics teams hosted their annual end-of-season awards on Sunday, April 19, as the teams, their coaches, families, and alumni got together via Zoom to celebrate their seasons.