In her first collegiate meet last weekend, Boston College freshman Ashleigh Scott '18 helped set two meet records and placed among the top three in all five of her events.
2017 Founders League Champions
2016 Founders League Champions
Known for our excellence in girls swimming and diving, Loomis consistently finishes among the top schools at the Division I New England Championships, where the Pelicans have captured the title seven times. The program also has won the Western New England Championships 18 times and has produced more than 30 swimming and diving All-Americans and qualifiers. Loomis has won the Founders League Championship 13 times.
We emphasize individualized training and instruction, focusing on improvement throughout the season. Our team is composed of hard-working swimmers and divers for whom individual goals and improvement are as important as team goals. Our coaching staff has extensive experience coaching at all ability levels, assuring ample instruction and individualized attention in all aspects of training.
Looking to train in the off-season? A Connecticut Swimming USS club uses our pool as its training facility. Arrangements can be made for you.
In her senior year as a member of the girls swimming and diving team at Loomis, Madison Perry '17 dominated the one-meter dive. A year later she is dominating once again, this time in the Ivy League at the University of Pennsylvania.
The boys and girls swim teams took part in the Division I New England swimming championships this weekend at Exeter, with a host of strong performances from Pelican swimmers, including an individual New England title and new school record for senior Ashleigh Scott in the 100-yard freestyle.
Six varsity teams will be taking part in New England playoff action on Wednesday, February 28, and two of the games will be played at Loomis Chaffee.
On Saturday, February 17, the girls swim team hosted Deerfield Academy at Hedges Pool on the home team's Senior Day, honoring seniors Jia Yu Cheung, Juliet Rhodes, Ruby Schiller, Riley Smith, Angel Song, Amanda Yen, and senior captains Ashleigh Scott, Suzy Ryckman, and Kim Ma.