The varsity baseball team beat Taft 8-5 on Wednesday, May 24, to win the Colonial League Championship for the second consecutive year.
2016 and 2017 Colonial League Champions
2014 Founders League Champions
2014 Colonial League Tri-Champions
More than 100 years ago, baseball was first played at Loomis under the direction of Chick Sellers.
In a program deeply committed to the development of fundamentals at every level, baseball players at Loomis are students of the game. Our coaches are first and foremost teachers of the game, and our players learn how to compete while playing the game with passion.
Loomis plays in the highly competitive Colonial League, a conference consisting of eight baseball-playing members of the Founders League, playing an 18-game schedule each season. In 2017 the Loomis baseball team won the Colonial League outright with a 16-2 record. It was the second consecutive 16-2 season coming after 2016’s Co-Championship Colonial League season. It was our ninth consecutive winning season and fifteenth in the last sixteen years. In addition, our JV team put together a strong season, continuing a string of winning seasons that began back in 1990. Whether you are freshman, a post-graduate with significant high school experience or anyone in between, Loomis baseball offers the opportunity to become a better baseball player.
College baseball has been in the future of a large number of Loomis players in the last decade, including those who have gone on to play at Yale, Boston College, Middlebury, Wesleyan, Colby, Trinity, Williams, MIT, Kenyon, Skidmore, College of Wooster, University of Chicago, Babson, Bowdoin, Northeastern, Quinnipiac, Holy Cross, Stony Brook, UMass, and UConn. The program also boasts six alumni drafted to Major League Baseball since 1986.
The boys varsity baseball team topped Choate 5-1 at home on Sellers Field on Wednesday to extend the Pelicans' record to 10-2.
The varsity baseball team played three consecutive games this week and earned three victories, improving its overall record to 8-2.
Loomis Chaffee announces summer sports camps hosted on the Island.
The boys varsity baseball team beat Hotchkiss 8-1 on Saturday, April 29, to improve to 5-2 on the season.