The National Field Hockey Coaches Association recently released its High School National Academic Squad roster, and eight Loomis players made the team.
2015 Ten Academic All-Americans since 2013
2014 Class A New England Tournament Finalists
2013 Class A New England Tournament Quarterfinalists
Grounded in a tradition of excellence, the Loomis field hockey program has earned a reputation as one of the top prep school programs in the country. Competing in the Class A New England Prep, Western New England Prep, and Founders leagues, the Pelicans are among the top teams in these highly competitive leagues year in and year out.
Loomis field hockey welcomes newcomers and veterans to the sport. We are dedicated to teaching the values of sportsmanship, teamwork, and self-respect while fostering a family atmosphere of inclusivity where each athlete can reach her full potential. Playing with dignity and committed to excellence, we pledge to uphold the standards necessary to succeed as a Loomis student athlete. Our varsity team consistently earns the National Field Hockey Coaches Association’s top ranking with Academic All-Americans and All-Americans.
Our daily training includes skill work, speed and conditioning, weight training, mindfulness, goal-setting, and nutrition for the female athlete.
Field Hockey players Ally Hammel '15 and Michaela Giuttari '16 were honored as collegiate All-Americans this week. Hammel, a junior at Boston University, was named to the Division I All-America First Team. Giuttari, a sophomore at Hamilton College, was named to the Division III All-America Second Team.
Michaela Giuttari '16 has been named to the First Team All-New England Small College Athletic Conference for field hockey after a season in which she was second in the league in goals and fourth in the league in assists.
On Friday, October 27, the girls field hockey team honored senior team members and organized a "Play for the Cure" breast cancer awareness and research fundraising event in support of the American Cancer Society, which included a home game under the lights versus the team from Berkshire School.
Junior captain Katie Begley provided the heroics in overtime to lift the Pelicans over the Wild Boars of Choate 4-3 in an epic overtime thriller.