The Athletics Department would like to congratulate our All-League honorees and our League and State Champions. In total, 30 student-athletes were selected by their peers as being the best in their league. In addition, Hackley School was awarded three league championships and one state championship. Congratulations to our athletes and teams on an exceptional Fall Athletics season!
This week, more than 100 of our fall student-athletes competed in NYSAIS Championship games. The players and coaches of all the fall teams have made huge strides this season. Congratulations to all our Hornets for making it to the championships!
Hackley Boys’ Varsity Soccer capped the season with a rare double, winning both the Ivy League regular season title and the NYSAIS championship. The Hornets bested a talented Fieldston squad Monday night on Randall’s Island to secure the win.
No. 1 seed Hackley hosted No. 9 seed UNIS (United Nations International School) in the NYSAIS quarter-final on Wednesday, Nov. 2. The Hornets got two first-half goals from Dan Paridis ’23 to advance to the NYSAIS semi-finals on Friday, Nov. 4.
On Friday, Oct. 28, the Hornets traveled to Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx for their final 4K race of the season. The boys’ team earned second place out of eight scoring teams, while the girls’ team placed sixth of seven scoring teams.
Congratulations to our student-athletes! Field Hockey won their eighth consecutive Ivy League title, Girls’ Varsity Tennis had their third consecutive undefeated Ivy League season, Boys’ Varsity Cross Country nabbed second, and Boys’ Varsity Soccer won their regular season Ivy League title for the first time since 2010.
On Friday, Oct. 21, the Hackley Cross Country team participated in the newly named Collegiate Invitational in memory of long-time legendary coach, George Calano. Many runners raced personal bests, and the Boys’ Varsity team took first place.
Last Friday, Hackley Girls’ Varsity Soccer took on Fieldston at Hackley’s Dave Allison game. The Hornets previously beat Fieldston at their homecoming game 4-2, and the pattern continued as Hackley pulled out a 3-0 win.
It was a picture-perfect fall day on the Hilltop as the Boys’ Varsity Soccer team continued its 2022 campaign against league rival Trinity. It was the first matchup between the two since last year’s NYSAIS quarter-final match that saw the Hackley Hornets take down the No. 2 seed Trinity.
The Boys’ Varsity Soccer team got back in the win column after a tough loss at Fieldston on Saturday afternoon, their first loss of the year. The Hornets took out their frustration on Horace Mann by scoring early and often in a 5-1 drubbing of the Lions on the road.
The Hackley Boys' Varsity Soccer Team stayed undefeated with a resounding 6-0 win over area rival Rye Country Day School. Rye handed Hackley its worst loss of the 2021 season, when the Hornets fell 5-0.
Congratulations to the Girls' and Boys' Varsity Lacrosse teams for winning the Ivy League Championship. And the Girls' Varsity Lacrosse team won the NYSAIS Championship. In May, the Athletics Department celebrated the Spring Season All-League recognition and individual championships at Ivies and NYSAIS. For details click Read More.
This week there are spring season playoff updates, and six new Athletes of the Week: Greg Reich ’22 Boys’ Golf, Theo Saujet ’22 and Teddy Roberts ’23 Boys’ Tennis, Brooke Koffler ’25 Girls’ Lacrosse, Lila O’Brien: ’23 Girls’ Lacrosse, and Calista Santomero ’22 Girls’ Golf.
The first weekend of May was an exciting one for some Hackley Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse alums, with successful conference tournament championships and bids to the NCAA in both Division I and Division III Women’s Lacrosse.
The Athletics Department is pleased to announce the following accomplishments for the Winter 2021-22 season. Hackley had 26 All league recipients, 5 Individual Ivy Champions, 4 League team titles, 3 Individual NYSAIS Champions, and 4 School or League records broken by Hackley Student-Athletes. The Athletics Department and its coaching staff could not be prouder of the student-athletes.
Seniors Iheukwumere Marcus ‘22, Daniel Nuzum ’22, and Ryan Thomson’22 were all selected to the 2022 Golden Dozen Team. Iheukwumere was chosen as one of the Golden Dozen Scholar Athletes, and Ryan and Daniel received Honorable Mention.
The Winter season on the Hilltop proved to be an incredibly rewarding experience for our students. We witnessed teams growing together, winning championships, and getting back to competing in the sports they love after a two year absence.