|1||Ryan Flynn||2025||Suffield, CT|
|2||John Bajaj||2025||New Canaan, CT|
|3||Christopher Markowski||2026||Feeding Hills, MA|
|5||Max Shapiro||2024||Fairfield, CT|
|6||Luke Anderson||2026||Vernon, CT|
|8||Luke Flowers||2026||Simsbury, CT|
|9||John Maida||2026||New York, NY|
|11||Nathaniel Bisceglie||2026||New York, NY|
|14||Cooper Lamb||2026||East Hartland, CT|
|15||Brandon Dalessio||2026||South Glastonbury, CT|
|16||Jacob Paasch||2026||Northampton, MA|
|18||Maxwell Shactman||2026||Windsor, CT|
|19||Ulysses Pichardo||2026||Brooklyn, NY|
|21||Nicholas Dalessio||2024||South Glastonbury, CT|
|23||Rayyan Haider||2024||West Hartford, CT|
|24||Fraser Walsh||2025||Glastonbury, CT|
|27||Alister MacLean||2024||Lake Forest, IL|
|30||Giancarlo Lamenzo||2024||Wethersfield, CT|
|31||Justin Grilli||2025||South Windsor, CT|
|Charles Molner||2024||New York, NY|
Kyle StormsHead Coach
Kyle Storms ’04 returned to the Island in the fall of 2021 to work in the Alumni/Development Office and served as the assistant coach of the JV baseball team in 2022 before being named the head coach in 2023. Kyle has a deep passion for the game and looks forward each year to developing the young talent at Loomis Chaffee and while fostering a life-long love of baseball.
A three-year varsity baseball player in his time at Loomis, Kyle was known for his hustle, base stealing prowess, and attention to the mental aspects of the game and hopes to instill these characteristics into his team each season. Kyle believes that building strong fundamentals while doing the little things right will lead to positive outcomes and uses the mantra “win every inning and we’ll win the game” to help push his team forward.
Richard EspositoAssistant Coach
Rich Esposito joined Loomis Chaffee in 2010. As Loomis’ Chief Financial Officer, Rich leads the school’s financial activities, including budgeting, financial reporting, and strategic planning. He also oversees the business office; building projects; the bookstore; and dining services. In addition, Rich is a student and club advisor and was an assistant coach for Loomis’ varsity football team for several years. Rich holds a B.S. in Finance from Georgetown University and an M.B.A. from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Rich played Division I baseball at Georgetown University where he was a 4-year starter, team captain, Academic All-Big East selection, and received an Academic-All America nomination. Rich coached baseball at the varsity and junior varsity levels at The Landon School in Maryland prior to coming to Loomis.