Emma Trenchard ’17 and the rest of the UNC women’s lacrosse team take on Boston College tomorrow, Friday, May 28, at noon in the NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Championship.
Alumni Athletes in the News
Frank Quinn ’45, who was a four-year letter winner on the baseball team at Loomis and went on to pitch for Yale and the Boston Red Sox, recently was named to the College Baseball Hall of Fame.
Last weekend the NCAA Division I and Division III men’s and women’s lacrosse tournaments kicked off and three Loomis Chaffee alums made the tournament this year.
Maddie Hong ’19, a current sophomore on the women’s golf team at Hamilton College, was named to the New England Small College Athletics Conference all-conference second team last weekend.
This year, several recent graduates of the school have come back to campus to work as assistant coaches in the athletic department, in some cases with the very same teams they played on at Loomis.
Mark Byrne ’16 made headlines this week at Williams College when his college football journey was featured on the Williams athletics website.
Jacob Bryson ’16 made his National Hockey League debut with the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday, February 24, and played a major part in the team’s 4-1 victory against the New Jersey Devils.
Jesus Cruz '16 scored his 1000th career point with Fairfield University in a win against league opponent Iona College over the weekend.
Two of the four student athletes chosen to lead the University of Vermont men’s ice hockey team this year are Loomis Chaffee alumni.
Former teammates on the basketball court, Nelson Boachie-Yiadom '17 and Adeleke Karera '18, got together online for the debut episode of No Cap - The Podcast.