On December 3, Middlebury College sophomore Madie Leidt '17 was named the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Women's Ice Hockey Player of the Week for her performance against Connecticut College last weekend.
Ice Hockey, Girls
Founders League Champions: 2017, 2018
Division 1 New England Tournament Semifinalists: 2017, 2018
Division 1 New England Tournament Finalist: 2016
Division 1 New England Tournament quarterfinalist: 2015, 2014, 2011
Loomis girls hockey has a long and proud tradition of excellence. In the years since girls first started playing in the New England prep schools, the league has grown tremendously, and Loomis plays in what is now one of the top girls high school hockey leagues in the country. The team is highly competitive in New England Division I, regularly playing the most challenging schedule in the league and consistently finishing in the top tier of the division.
Our coaching staff works hard to combine individual skill development with systematic team play in daily practice. In addition to pushing each player to become a better hockey player, we emphasize teamwork, passion, commitment, communication, character, and excellence — in the classroom, on the ice, and in life. By creating an atmosphere that supports and challenges the student athletes, we prepare players to succeed both at Loomis and at the next level.
The girls varsity ice hockey team topped Northfield Mount Hermon 8-1 on the road Wednesday, November 27, behind the efforts of senior Jess Schryver and junior Jenna Donohue.
Every year in April, the Connecticut Sports Writers Alliance hosts a Gold Key dinner to recognize men and women who have made significant contributions or have achieved excellence in athletics as players, coaches, or administrators. This year Gretchen Ulion SIlverman '90 received the award.
From the day she first set foot on the Island, the Loomis community knew Michaela Giuttari '16 was a great athlete and a giving person, and during her time at Loomis, Michaela furthered a family legacy of athletic success. Michaela has carried that success to the college ranks, where she is standout athlete at Hamilton College on the turf and the ice.
Several Loomis alumni playing on their college teams captured league trophies over the weekend and qualified for NCAA post-season play.