Luka, a postgrad, signed his National Letter of Intent to attend and play men’s basketball at the University of Massachusetts on Nov. 15.
Brett Bucktooth ’24 (Syracuse), Ben McDonnell (Wagner) and Logan Dudley (Roger Williams) signed their letters during a ceremony on Nov. 15.
Kayden took 14th overall to lead the Titans to a fourth-place finish at the NE D3 Championships on Nov. 11.
Ella signed her National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Division I Manhattan during a ceremony on Nov. 10.
Vaishnavi “Vivi” Venkat '25 and Marisa Cyboron '24 placed in the top four at the 2023 Connecticut Presidents Match.
John competed at the USA Cycling Cross Country Mountain Bike National Championships, the highest level of racing in the nation.
Arielle qualified for the USA Track & Field National Junior Olympic Championships in Oregon.
Julia Besse '23 was named to the All-Academic team for US Lacrosse while Abby Brunelle '25 and Ally Orquiola '25 earned all-league honors.
Luke Robinson ’23 received All-American status and J.J. Fox ’23 won an All-NEPSAC Award.
A year after winning the Western New England Secondary School Lacrosse Association Division II title for the first time since 1989, Coach Mike MacDonald and the Titans repeated as league champions.
The Titans earned eight spots on this year's All-State team.
The school celebrated Ryan Duncan ’23 (Princeton University), Jeremiah Dorsey ’23 (Jefferson University), Jon Medley ’23 (Tufts University) and Simon Percy ’23 (Nichols Colleges) as they committed to play in college.
Ava Aguiar '23 and Arielle Chechile '24 both established new standards in two events.
Joey Weidl (Wesleyan University), Desmond Perezcastaneda (Springfield College), Val Enghave (Dickinson College) and Tyler Poirier (University of Rhode Island) committed to their respective schools.
Maddie (discus) and Arielle (200 meters) reset their own records.
Jordan signed a contract with the Vermont Lumberjacks of the EHL, a professional league for minor league hockey.
Jess became the second female in school history to sign an NLI to play collegiate women's rugby.
For the sixth time in seven years, WMA posted the top score at the Connecticut High School Championship.
Competing in a five-team field, the Titans finished with a season-high 953 points (out of 1,000), winning by 26 points.
The #5 Titans will play at fourth-seeded Cushing Academy of Ashburnham, Massachusetts, in a New England Prep School Athletic Council AA Conference quarterfinal Wednesday, March 1, at 5 p.m.