Williston Northampton School welcomed six athletes, plus the undefeated swimming and diving team of 1983 at a ceremony during Reunion on May 11, 2018.
Sports Information Center
Director of Athletics Mark Conroy shared highlights of the winter sports season at an all-school assembly on May 24.
More than 60 people came to recognize six Williston athletes headed to play college sports next year.
Gethings is a baseball star at Fairfield University.
Abbie knew from day one that Dylan was going to be something special
“she leads by example and her heart is fueled by softball; her teammates can see that every day.”
Williston Track is set for greatness.
“There is no sport out there like this."
What brought Mooney to Williston was the sense of togetherness he felt the moment he stepped onto campus.
Players hope to make it to the Ultimate League championships this year.
“We have lots of depth; in past years, when only the top two or three or four were good, this year, everyone’s on the same level.”
The Quebec native will become the 19th Williston recipient of this prestigious award.
Winter teams saw historic success on the ice, the courts, and the slopes!
In a great end to the winter season, Wildcats played hard, set records, and won a championship!
For the first time in Williston Northampton School history, every winter team has qualified for NEPSAC championship tournament play.
Her parents didn’t play hockey. Her brother didn’t play hockey. But it seems inevitable, destiny maybe, that Marielle McHale would, and that she’d become great.
Five college-bound athletes are headed to five remarkably high-caliber programs, competitive both on the field and in the classroom.
As baseball season approaches, we talked with Erik Ostberg ’14, who was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays last year.
Twenty-three Wildcat seniors who have committed to play sports at the college level were recognized in a ceremony on February 5.
When she graduates this spring, Alicia Barry, the captain of the Quinnipiac University hockey team and a 2014 Williston graduate, will be done with the sport.
Now that she’s healed and healthy, and still holding on to that #1 bib, Sophie will continue to compete at the top of her game this season, and she plans to ski in college next year, wherever she ends up.
Sarah Sullivan scored 30 points, had four blocks, and 11 rebounds to help the Wildcats win the Ray Brown Holiday Tournament in December.
Football Coach Mark Conroy was inducted into the NEPSFCA Coaches' Hall of Fame
Dereus was named Patriot League Rookie of the Year his freshman year on the Hoyas.
On Friday, November 10, a signing ceremony was held on campus.
Xavier Thibault is a shining star at Williston athletically and academically.
Williston football is preparing for a successful season this fall.
Boys Golf prepares for the 24-school Kingswood Invitational Tournament scheduled for May 25 at Oak Ridge Golf Club in Agawam, Mass.
Connor Cavanaugh will be competing in gymnastics at the Junior Olympics Nationals in Florida
JT Chamberlain formally committed to play hockey at Assumption College in Worcester, MA.
Nick Schofield signed a letter of intent to play hockey at Stonewall College next fall.
Ian Ostberg received the Dr. Frank L. Boyden Award on April 9.
The girls swimming and diving team traveled to Bristol, Rhode Island this weekend and won their second straight NEPSAC Division 2 Swimming and Diving Championship.
Devin DeVerry dominated the New England Class B Championships on Wednesday, February 15.
David Fitch continues to break school and pool records across New England.
Williston girls' hockey is dominating on the ice this year.
Hunter Adams recently racked up his 100th win in wrestling.
- Alumni Athletic News
- Athletic Hall of Fame
- Athletic Signings
- Boys Basketball
- Boys Golf
- Boys Hockey
- Boys Ice Hockey
- Boys Lacrosse
- Boys Skiing
- Boys Squash
- Boys Swimming
- boys tennis
- Boys Track & Field
- Dr. Frank L. Boyden Award
- Girls Basketball
- Girls Hockey
- Girls Skiing
- Girls Squash
- Girls Swimming
- Girls Water Polo
- Ultimate Frisbee