Boys Varsity Lacrosse
The history and success of the Loomis Chaffee boys lacrosse program is well known throughout New England due in part to the program’s founder and head coach for 49 years, Jim Wilson, who started the team in 1959. Since that time the lacrosse program has evolved into one of the strongest high school teams in the country. Loomis has produced hundreds of college lacrosse players over the years at the Division I, II, and III levels, and consistently sends players to Ivy League, ACC, and NESCAC programs, and several alumni have gone on to play professionally.
In New England West 1 Lacrosse League, arguably the best high school lacrosse league in the country, Loomis Chaffee boys lacrosse players compete at the highest level. Loomis is looking for student athletes who will be leaders in the classroom, on campus, and on the playing fields.