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.
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.
The Athletics Department hosted a pep rally on Pratt Field on Friday, May 14, as a way to celebrate the spring athletes on and off campus and the hard work of all the Pelican athletes over the last year.
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.
Meet senior Alexa McQuaid of the girls varsity swimming and diving team! Alexa is from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada and loves chocolate chip pancakes from the dining hall.
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.
Xavier Scruggs, a former Major League Baseball player and current DEI consultant for the Saint Louis Cardinals, spoke with Loomis Chaffee students on Monday.
Meet junior Chase Collyer of the football, boys basketball, and boys track and field team. Chase is a day student who loves to play the piano, a hobby he fell in love with here on the Island!
Meet junior Cally Dixon of the girls varsity soccer and ice hockey teams. Cally is a tour guide on campus and loves taking history classes here on the Island!
Bill Ball will be the new head coach of the Loomis Chaffee boys varsity lacrosse team starting this summer, at the end of the school year.
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.