The Athletics Department hosted the annual Winter Varsity Awards ceremony on Sunday, March 24, as the winter varsity teams and their coaches, as well as parents and other supporters, gathered in the Hubbard Performance Hall to honor the teams and their players on a great season.
Ice Hockey, Boys
2018 Large School Tournament Quarter Finalists
2016 Elite 8 Quarter Finalists
2015 Founders League Champions
2015 Elite 8 Quarter Finalists
2014 New England Large School Tournament Champions
2014 AOF Tournament Champions
Loomis competes at the highest level of New England prep hockey. A member of the New England Prep School Ice Hockey Association and the Founders League, Loomis plays a competitive, 26-game schedule. The Founders League, widely accepted as one of the best high school leagues in the country, makes up the lion’s share of our schedule. We offer players significant exposure to college and professional scouts, and our student athletes earn the opportunity to continue their hockey careers at top Division I and Division III programs. Several Founders League veterans and Loomis alumni have gone on to successful professional careers as well.
Valuing personal growth and development of our players as young men, students, and hockey players, the goals of Loomis hockey are in keeping with the school’s mission to develop its students “in spirit, mind and body” and to “inspire in them a commitment to the best self and the common good.”
With a strong third period, the boys varsity hockey team defeated the Wild Boars of Choate 3-1 on Wednesday in the Pelicans' second-to-last home game of the season.
Junior Anthony Cipollone recorded three straight goals to help lead the boys varsity ice hockey team to a 4-2 victory over Avon Old Farms on Wednesday, January 23.
The boys varsity ice hockey team hosted Hotchkiss in the annual Charity Night for Fishing Partnership of New England game and defeated the Bearcats 5-3 in a dramatic comeback.
The boys varsity ice hockey team defeated the Canterbury Saints 4-2 on Saturday night, December 8, in front of a large and loud home crowd in the Savage/Johnson Rink.