Athletics

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MESSAGE FROM NEPSAC
As a core value, NEPSAC believes in and is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion among its member schools, student-athletes, coaches, and administrators. The deaths of Black Americans and countless others who have been targeted because of their race are reprehensible and unequivocally wrong. These tragedies, and systemic racism, go against everything NEPSAC and our member schools stand for. NEPSAC will not tolerate racism in any form and remains dedicated to working with member schools to ensure a safe, healthy, fair, anti-racist, and rewarding athletic experience for all.
 
We Model Excellence

50+ Teams. 17 Different Sports. 60% Student Body Participation.

Worcester Academy boasts a proud and rich athletic tradition and we’ve had more than our share of NEPSAC champions. And Why Not?

Our outstanding coaches, operating in top-notch facilities, always encourage their students to work to their full potential.

But both our coaches and our players understand that there is much, much more to be learned from athletic competition than the simple joy of victory. Our student-athletes build camaraderie, develop strategies for competition, and learn valuable lessons about achieving goals. We build character through participation and forge leaders through competition.

Worcester Academy is a member of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) and competes against the top tier of New England prep schools with rivalries dating back more than a hundred years. The Worcester Academy Athletic Association was founded in 1885 and along with many other Eastern boarding schools, helped pioneer the growth of athletic competition in the United States.

We are called The Hilltoppers because of our Union Hill location and our mascot is The Ram because of our love for that Hilltop.

List of 2 items.

  • Middle School Athletics

    FALL
    Cross Country (Co-ed)
    Field Hockey (G)
    Football (B)
    Soccer (B,G)

    WINTER
    Basketball (B,G)
    Swimming (Co-ed)
    Wrestling (B)

    SPRING
    Baseball (B)
    Softball (G)
    Lacrosse (B,G)
    Track (Co-ed)
    Tennis (Co-ed)

    Key: B = Boys, G = Girls
  • Upper School Athletics

    FALL
    Cross-Country (B, G)
    Field Hockey (JV, V)
    Football (JV, V)
    Soccer (BJV, BV, GJV,GV)
    Volleyball (JV, V)

    WINTER
    Basketball (BFr ,BJV, BV, GJV, GV)
    Ice Hockey (B, G)
    Skiing (Co-ed)
    Swimming (JV, V)
    Wrestling (JV, V)

    SPRING
    Baseball (JV, V)
    Crew (Co-ed)
    Lacrosse (BJV, BV, GJV, GV)
    Softball (JV, V)
    Tennis (B, G)
    Golf (Co-ed)
    Track (B, G)

    Key: B = Boys, G = Girls, Fr = Freshman, JV = Junior Varsity, V = Varsity

Athletics News

Contact Us

List of 6 members.

  • Edward Reilly 

    Director of Athletics
    508-754-5302 Ext 123
  • Julie Berberian 

    Associate Athletic Director/Faculty, Department Chair
    508-754-5302 Ext 159
  • James Mili 

    Head Athletic Trainer, Faculty
    508-754-5302 Ext 200
  • Meagan Farraher 

    Athletic Trainer
    508-754-5302 Ext 321
  • Howard Shattuck 

    Athletic Plant Manager
    508-754-5302 Ext 152
  • Sally Williamson-Card 

    Administrative Assistant, Athletics
    508-754-5302 Ext 153