Ally Hammel '15 is playing a major role for the U.S. National Field Hockey team at the Pan American Cups in Santiago, Chile.
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The girls varsity ice hockey team returned to action in 2022 with a 5-4 overtime victory over Founders League rival Kent on Wednesday, January 12, in the Savage/Johnson Rink.
The girls varsity swimming and diving team opened the new year with a 98-74 victory on Wednesday, January 12, over the Kent Lions, improving the Loomis Chaffee team’s record to two wins and one loss on the season.
Patrick Pugliese ’18 was named the New England Small College Athletic Conference Men’s Ice Hockey Player of the Week after two strong performances against Middlebury College and Williams College.
Adam Banks will take over as the new head football coach on the Island, Director of Athletics Sue Cabot announced on Monday, January 10.
Madie Leidt '17 recorded her 100th career point for Middlbury College last week while freshman goalkeeper Elinor Keehn '21 posted her first career shutout in the same game.
Jess Schryver ’19, a junior on the Quinnipiac University women’s ice hockey team, was recently featured in The Hartford Courant in a story about her collegiate hockey career.
Former Loomis Chaffee girls ice hockey player Kaleigh Quennec ’17 has been named to the Swiss national team for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Three alumni of the Loomis Chaffee boys basketball team have made headlines in the last two weeks for their play on the court at college as well as their hard work off the court.
The girls varsity ice hockey team began its Founders League campaign on the road at Westminster on Saturday, December 11, and came home with a 2-0 win.