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In Close Competition, CA Defends Chandler Bowl

October 24, 2017

From an afternoon of nine hard-fought athletic contests at the Pingree School on Friday, October 20, Concord Academy emerged victorious with the Chandler Bowl. The 27th annual multi-sport competition couldn’t have concluded in a more exciting fashion.

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Winter Sports Comments Available

April 8, 2018

The winter coach comments for team sports, IM and PE classes are available in PowerSchool. The coaches’ comments include a general overview of the program as well as specific feedback for the student on their performance this season.

Memo to Parents of Spring Team-Sport Athletes

March 27, 2018

Congratulations on your child earning a position on a CA spring team sport! It is an honor to represent CA on the playing field. Your child will be in great hands, as our spring coaching staff is a committed and talented group of educators. As the director of athletics, my focus is to support the students and coaches as they pursue their team and individual goals this spring. I wanted to point out a few items to assist you in following/supporting your child’s team this season.

EIL and NEPSAC Honor CA Student-Athletes

March 5, 2018

At the end the winter 2018 season, a number of Concord Academy competitors have received special distinction from the Eastern Independent League (EIL), New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC), and Central Massachusetts Ski League (CSML). Congratulations to all of CA’s dedicated student-athletes.

Winter Sports Recap

March 5, 2018

CA teams had a great winter season! The boys and girls varsity squash teams competed in the NEPSAC class-B tournament, a huge achievement. The Alpine ski teams enjoyed another successful campaign on the slopes of New England this winter, each bringing home second-place league trophies and competing in the NEPSAC championships at Gunstock Mountain. And the future looks bright for CA’s basketball teams, which showed great improvement over the winter. Go Green!

Tyler Andrews ’08 is Aiming for a World Record in the 50K in April

March 4, 2018

Distance runner Tyler Andrews ’08 will attempt to break the 50K world record at the HOKA ONE ONE® Santa Barbara Easter Relays on April 13. Follow the final few weeks of his training and watch the event via live stream at strivetrips.org/50k.

CA Basketball Teams “Battle” LCA, But Fall Short of the Drum

February 2, 2018

The 14th annual Battle of Lexington and Concord resulted in an exciting night of basketball in front of an enthusiastic CA crowd at the SHAC. Despite a valiant effort by the Chameleons, CA was unable to prevail, and will have to wait until next year for another shot at the drum. Thanks to all who came out to support our teams!

The Battle of Lexington and Concord Is Friday, January 26

January 21, 2018

The entire Concord community is looking forward to cheering on our four basketball teams as they take on Lexington Christian Academy in The Battle of Lexington and Concord on Friday, January 26. This is the 15th Battle of Lexingtandabd Concord. CA is looking to win back the Red Drum trophy by winning at least three of the four scheduled contests.

EIL and NEPSAC Honor CA Student Athletes

December 12, 2017

At the end the fall 2017 season, a number of Concord Academy competitors have received special distinction from the Eastern Independent League (EIL) and New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC). You may find their names in the enclosed article. Congratulations to all of of CA’s dedicated student-athletes. Go Green!

Home Field Advantage

December 5, 2017

Over the summer, CA got a stellar new softball field. Coach Courtney Fields — also an English teacher and Community and Equity faculty member at CA — talks about her coaching philosophy and what this means for the team.

CA Athletics Teams Enjoyed A Successful Fall Season!

November 29, 2017

Congratulations to all of Concord Academy’s fall sports teams! With strong finishes to the regular season and several teams advancing to the postseason, CA athletics enjoyed another successful fall. The boys varsity soccer and girls varsity volleyball teams literally posted banner years: Both will see EIL championship banners raised to the roof of the gym to honor hard-earned league titles. The boys and girls varsity cross-country teams traveled to the NEPSAC championship meet this past weekend to compete with the strongest programs in the region in bitterly cold conditions. The boys team earned a fourth-place plaque by upsetting several EIL teams that had beaten them earlier in the season. The girls followed suit with an impressive eighth-place finish out of 22 teams. The varsity girls soccer and field hockey programs fielded young teams this fall. Both experienced growing pains, but they look forward to applying lessons learned to next season. A sign of a bright future for the CA fall programs is that nearly every sub-varsity team posted a winning record. Most importantly, all the teams enjoyed the opportunity to pursue excellence in their chosen sports while learning important life skills and values to carry with them off the field and court.