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.
The first installment of a new series, senior Taylor Guarino of the girls ice hockey and lacrosse team, kicks off our athlete spotlight.
Athletics nutrition expert Christopher Barrett spoke to Loomis Chaffee athletes and coaches on Monday, December 15, in a Zoom presentation on optimal dietary practices for student athletes.
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.
When Bree Bergeron ’20 graduated from Loomis Chaffee last spring, she planned to attend Middlebury College and play Division III ice hockey there, but a change of heart soon led her in a different direction.
The podcast College Hockey Talk on November 29 featured an interview with Paige Capistran ’16, former captain of the Northeastern women’s ice hockey team.
Three Pelican alumni are playing important roles for their Division I college teams at the Camping World Maui Invitational, an eight-team basketball tournament that began on Monday, November 30.
Refusing to give in to adversity, girls volleyball forged bonds and built skills together this fall.
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.