Proctor's girls' hockey team came into the year with many unknowns having graduated a number of key pieces of last year's team. With first year coach Corey Cooper at the helm, co-captains Jamie Dee '16 and Fallon Adair '15 are optimistic about this team's chances of making a mark on NEPSAC hockey.
Proctor’s Nordic ski team departed campus Wednesday afternoon for a four day training trip to Quebec, one of six teams training and competing during winter break. Read on for a complete schedule of winter break athletics!
The Proctor Ski Hill continues to undergo significant enhancements to ensure the training and racing experience for Proctor athletes and coaches is among the finest in the northeast. Read on to learn about this year's improvements.
Proctor Academy’s freeski program has long produced top level freeride skiers, most recently Jackson Buscher ‘13 and Justin Pasculano ‘14 who qualified for and competed in last year’s 2013 USASA Nationals. Proctor’s freeski program will build upon its strong foundation as it welcomes a new coaching staff, training trips throughout the winter months, and improved training facilities at Ragged Mountain, and a full size training airbag and terrain park at Proctor’s own ski area.
Stiles Alpeter '15 (Charlotte, VT) and Jacob Lloyd '14 (Colchester, UK) were selected by the New England Prep School Soccer Association as New England All-Stars for their outstanding contributions to Proctor's boys' soccer team this season. Read on for details.
Wednesday evening, Meaghan Sheehy ‘14 (Wilmot, NH) and Conor Darby ‘14 (Haverhill, MA) signed National Letters of Intent to St. Anselm College and Assumption College, respectively, to play NCAA Division 2 Lacrosse.
Proctor's varsity field hockey team earned the #7 seed in the NEPSAC Class C tournament and will travel to play #2 Gunnery School at Williston Northampton School on Wendesday at 2:15 pm. Congratulations girls!
During Proctor’s end of season athletic awards assembly, Athletic Director Gregor Makechnie ‘90, P’17 announced the recipients of this year’s Marvin Award winners. Read on to see all of this fall’s team award winners and to read coaches’ thoughts on Marvin Award winners.
Proctor’s girls’ varsity soccer team entered the season with a number of unknowns, as role players on last year’s team were provided the opportunity to evolve as leaders. For senior co-captains Julia Sargent (New London, NH) and Niki Paulin (Santa Cruz, CA) the team’s growth over the past two months has been significant.
Six seniors on Proctor’s Eastern Ski Team were provided the opportunity to go to New York City Wednesday evening for the USSA Gold Medal Gala held at the American Museum of Natural History. The evening proved to be a tremendous opportunity for athletes and coaches to bond while having dinner with gold medal winners from the 2010 US Ski Team.
After graduating eight seniors last year, Proctor’s varsity field hockey team knew it had significant holes to fill in order to pull together a successful 2013 campaign. With just five games left in the season, the team boasts a 6-4 record and those holes have been more than filled by players who are consistently willing to step into new roles with enthusiasm. Senior co-captains Baird Davis and Kate Pattison share their thoughts on the team’s season in this week’s team spotlight.
Alum Harris Williams '10 left a lasting legacy during his four years at Proctor leading the Hornets to a New England title game, and has brought the same unparalleled work ethic and discipline on the football field and in the classroom to Boston College. Read this article in the Boston Herald for additional thoughts shared by the Boston College offensive line coaches and Williams.
Sisters Sayre '10 and Emma '13 Limburg were cornerstones of Proctor's girls' tennis program over the past six years, and have continued their careers at the college level. Read more to find out how these two alums continue to distinguish themselves on the court.
In support of National Breast Cancer Awareness month, Proctor’s athletic teams will be sporting pink socks and using pink balls during Friday and Saturday’s games over Fall Family Weekend. Read on for details!
Since its inception more than 30 years ago under the guidance of Bert Hinkley, Proctor’s kayaking program has been a staple of afternoon programming. This fall, eight students and two faculty leaders head out each afternoon to the plentiful white waters of New Hampshire working to improve their skills and conquer new routes.
For the past four years, Proctor’s Mountain Biking team has been one of the top programs in all of New England, earning Class A and team championships in the New England finals in recent years. While a number of top riders have graduated, or are participating in off-campus programs this fall, coaches Josh Norris, Chris Rogers, Chris Farrell, and Derek Mansell are equally excited about this year’s team.
Meaghan Sheehy '14 traveled to Jamaica this summer with Fields of Growth International to teach lacrosse to young children throughout the country. Sheehy shares her experiences in the following article!
While Proctor has not offered a competitive sailing program since the mid-1900s, students continue to achieve outstanding results sailing during the summer months. Read on to hear about Sam Shannon's championship level sailing this summer!
For a week in early July, Proctor's mountain biking team took advantage of outstanding riding in Crested Butte, Colorado. Riding over 150 miles of riding and climbing over 18,000 feet of vertical tested both coaches and athletes during their six days of training.
Proctor's Eastern Ski program embarked on its annual training trip to South America, this time traveling to Chapelco and Bariloche, Argentina for a series of South American Cup races. Read about the trip's early results including Angie Duke's '14 top finishes!
Proctor alum Nick Fairall ‘07 received a great article from the Union Leader that also highlighted Proctor’s tremendous ski jumping program at the Proctor Ski Area, begun under legendary coach Tim Norris. Read more about Fairall’s most recent accomplishments here!
The Class of 2013 left a lasting mark on Proctor Academy's athletic programs and we thank all of the student-athletes who walked across the stage at Proctor's 165th commencement ceremonies Saturday morning for their contribution as Hornets over the past four years. At Senior Dinner and Commencement, five athletic awards were issued to eleven athletes who distinguished themselves on the in athletics at Proctor.
A number of Proctor spring sport student-athletes were named Lakes Region and New England All-Stars this week, including Austin Nadeau's US Lacrosse All-American selection! Congratulations to all of the athletes recognized!
With the end of the year quickly approaching and many colleges already on summer break, the Proctor athletic and alumni offices will host alumni games next weekend, May 24th and 25th. Friday night, men's and women's basketball alums will play at 5:00, followed by men's and women's lacrosse and softball games Saturday morning at 11:00 am on the new Farrell Field Complex. For details or to RSVP, please contact Alex Estin!
Meaghan Sheehy '14 and Kim Gosselin '13 were selected by the New England Prep School Women's Lacrosse Association as New England All-Stars for the 2013 season. Both Sheehy and Gosselin will have the opportunity to play in the Connie Walkwitz All-Star Game at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA on Sunday, May 19th. Congratulations to both athletes on this honor!
Merrick Madsen '13 was recently drafted in frist round of the USHL Draft by the Des Moines Buccaneers, where he will play goalie next year prior to playing for Harvard University. Read more about Madsen's development as a professional prospect.
Head Coach Ben Rulli led Proctor's football team to an undefeated season and New England Bowl appearance behind the hard work and dedication of a talented group of upperclassmen. Six of those seniors are going on to play college football at the NCAA Division 1, 2, and 3 levels. To read in detail about each student-athlete's commitment, click read more!
After winning multiple Lakes Region Championships in the last five years, and consistently giving opponents all they can handle, the girls' tennis team has built a culture of competitive enthusiasm that is contagious. Read how in this week's team spotlight!
Despite being dealt a number of setbacks early in the season as injuries to key players left Proctor's varsity girls' lacrosse team with a short bench and players playing out of their natural position, the team has chosen to conquer obstacles set before it, rather than allow those challenges to dictate its season.
After a few week delay due to wet conditions on its new field, Proctor's baseball team played their home opener on Carr Field for the first time in the history of the program. Proctor's dedicated grounds' crew threw out the ceremonial first pitch!
Emily Mitchell '09 was named Athlete of the Week at Eckerd College for her contributions as captain of the Eckerd Sailing team that has been to the College Nationals the past two years, and is in the hunt for a third straight appearance. For a complete writeup of Emily's accomplisments, visit Eckerd's Athletic webpage here!
Proctor senior Kelcey Crawford '13 (Amherst, NH) earned yet another honor for her stellar play in net over the past four years for Proctor's girls' hockey team. A four-year starter, NEPSAC D2 MVP, and NEPSAC D2 Champion, Crawford was most recently named to the Boston Globe Girls' Hockey All-Scholastic team. Crawford was among fifteen high school girls' selected for this honor. Congratulations, Kelcey!
On Friday, April 19th, Proctor Boys' Varsity Lax will take on league rival KUA at 6:30pm under the lights during Spring Family Weekend. Read more about how the lacrosse team will use this opportunity to raise support for cancer research efforts!
Maddy Pfeifer '12 graduated from Proctor as one of the most accomplished female Nordic skiers in Proctor's storied past and has continued her skiing career while studying in Alaska this year. Pfeifer's recent accomplishments at the Junior National Cross Country Championships are especially noteworthy. Read on for details!
Proctor's Keith Buehler '10 was named NESCAC Men's Hockey Player of the Year for Wesleyan University! After a stellar season in which Buehler led the NESCAC in points and goals, with 40 points coming from 20 goals and 20 assists, Buehler earned All-NESCAC Honors for the third straight year. Read on for details and for highlights of other alumni in hockey and their recent achievements.
Proctor senior Kelcey Crawford has been named NEPSAC Division 2 Girls' Hockey Player of the Year! Crawford led Proctor to a 2012 Division 2 Championship, and made 893 saves in goal this year while leading a young Proctor team to another NEPSAC playoff bid. Congratulations, Kelcey!
Proctor's girls' varsity basketball team advanced to the NEPSAC semifinals with a 66-28 win over Berwick Academy Thursday night. Proctor will face Kimball Union in Meriden, NH Friday at 3:00 pm. Proctor will be livestreaming the game at this LINK.
Proctor's girls' hockey team will look to defend its 2012 NEPSAC title once again as it earned the #6 seed in the Division 2 tournament. The girls will travel to Governors Academy on Wednesday afternoon.
Athletic Director Gregor Makechnie recognized Morgan Church '14 and Michael Damien '14 as this winter's Marvin Award winners during the Winter Athletic Assembly Friday morning. To view a list of all team award winners, read on for details!
Proctor's girls' basketball team holds an impressive 10-4 record heading into their final two games this week due to a balanced attack and the hard work of all team members. NEPSAC coaches recognized Class C All-Stars on Monday, naming three of Proctor's players to the All-Star team. Congratulations to Cheka Ventura '13, Amber Wilson '15, and Elemy Colome '15 on their selection to the NEPSAC Class C All-Star team and best of luck to the girls' basketball team down the stretch!
Proctor's Harvard-bound goalie, Merrick Madsen, a native of Southern California, had the opportunity to tour his father's California Heat peewee team around Proctor's campus, including a special performance by the drama program, on Thursdsay before they played at a tournament in Hooksett, NH this weekend. Many thanks to the California Heat program for visiting campus!
The Proctor Ski Area will host the 2013 NEPSAC Nordic Ski Championship on Wednesday, February 13 beginning at 10:00 am. To help volunteer at the race, contact Erik Cole-Johnson. Best of luck to Proctor's Nordic Skiers this week!
On National Signing Day, two Proctor Academy football players, Odaine Franklyn and John Martin, signed national letters of intent to attend scholarship level programs at the University of New Hampshire and Merrimack College, respectively. Read on for details!
Back from Spain, Euro students couldn't wait to get started on new paintings. Too many inspirations to count, but from my point of view, I'd say Joaquin Sorolla Bastida aka: Sorolla (Sor-oy-a) won their hearts. Stephen has the blog this week. Enjoy.
Proctor’s girls’ varsity hockey program has won every Lakes Region Championship since 2007 and last winter captured the 2012 NEPSAC Divison 2 championship; however, after the graduation of seven seniors, the 2013 season has presented a new set of challenges to Head Coach Christina Dotchin and her senior tri-captains Michelle Holmes, Kelsey MacDougall, and Kelcey Crawford.
As an AP student and a varsity soccer, basketball, and tennis player during his one year at Proctor Academy, Fabrizio Li Gambi gave much to Proctor's community. However, in a recent correspondance, Li Gambi notes that it was his experience at Proctor that has significantly shaped his current work with the non-profit he helped found last year. Read on for details on Fundación ALT23!
This marks the end of our first stage in Provence, France. Now begins our first adventure - to MADRID and other places in Spain! We will see what we studied, go on our first of three solos and open ourselves to new ways of seeing things. Here's Jennie Levine's Blog. Enjoy.
Proctor's girls' basketball team is off to a tremendous start to the 2012-2013 season, building a 5-3 record and proving they are a contender in NEPSAC Class C after winning the Lawrence/Groton Holiday Tournament.
The Proctor Ski Area hosted the first FIS night race in the Northeast on December 31st and received high praise for both the race surface and organization. Read more about the event's success in this FIS Alpine article!
Proctor's boys' varsity basketball team kicks off its second half of the season with a road trip to Worcester Academy Wednesday afternoon. After working to find its rhythm during its first five games before a three week layoff, the team is refocused and ready to face some of the toughest competition in the nation in the NEPSAC Class AA league.
The girls' varsity hockey team has launched a fundraising effort, 'Skating for Tyler,' to support the family of former Proctor hockey player Tyler Graf '12 who is currently undergoing treatment for recently diagnosed leukemia. To learn more about how you can be a part of this effort, read on!
Proctor Academy senior Austin Nadeau was selected to represent Team USA at the Brogden Cup held each year against a team from Canada. This past weekend, Nadeau helped lead Team USA to consecutive victories (23-5, 8-4) with four goals in the two games. For a complete writeup from the game, click here.
Located in Andover, NH, Proctor Academy is a private coeducational day and boarding school for grades 9–12. Students benefit from a rigorous academic program, experiential off-campus programs, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.