For the first time in almost two years, spring sports were played on the Island on Friday and Saturday, April 9–10.
Mark Byrne ’16 made headlines this week at Williams College when his college football journey was featured on the Williams athletics website.
The boys and girls swimming and diving teams wrapped up their season on Friday, March 12, and Saturday, March 13, with a new tradition, the Hedges Pool Championship.
Several Pelican teams were able to play interscholastic games in the final two weekends of the winter season.
Head baseball coach Donnie McKillop has been named the field manager of the New Britain Bees of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League of New England.
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.
Meet senior Heisen Kong of the boys varsity track & field team! The Hong Kong native is a talented musician and loves to cook as well.
Senior defender Jack Anderson of the Loomis Chaffee boys varsity soccer team was recently named to the 2020 Bimbo High School All-American Game.
Despite not being on campus during Winter Term I, many of our teams found ways to compete and stay close while learning online. Take a look at what some teams did to combat the time away from campus.
Meet senior Trae Ika of the boys varsity lacrosse and football teams! The Utah native is headed off to Saint Joseph's University in Pennsylvania to play DI lacrosse.
Meet senior Kennedy Anderson of the girls track & field team and the wrestling team!
Meet junior Carys Baker of the girls varsity basketball and volleyball teams. Carys is from West Hartford, Conn. and recently discovered that she loves photography and baking.
Meet senior Pedro Arellano of the varsity cross country, wrestling, and track & field team!
Meet senior Nate Martey of the varsity football team! Nate is a two year senior on the Island from Ontario and is headed to Princeton University after graduation to play football.
Clinical Psychologist Peter Lucchio met via Zoom with varsity athletes and coaches on Monday, January 4, to discuss athletic performance and the mental, physical, and social factors that affect athletes.