Tyler Beede ’11 Returns To Boston

By John Bishop As far as big sports stories, "local boy makes good" is one of the best to cover. And, true to form, the local sporting press is covering the heck out of Tyler Beede '11 and his return to New England. Tyler -- unfortunately -- will not start at Fenway Park for the … Continue reading Tyler Beede ’11 Returns To Boston

NESCAC Player of the Week is Grace Harlan ’18

What a weekend for Grace Harlan '18 and Middlebury Field Hockey. The Panther goalkeeper has been selected as the NESCAC Player of the Week. The sophomore (and former Spartan) posted a pair of shutouts in goal last week as Middlebury downed No. 9 Bowdoin 1-0 and blanked 18th-ranked Babson 2-0. https://twitter.com/NESCAC/status/1173699237168787456?s=20 After Middlebury's win over … Continue reading NESCAC Player of the Week is Grace Harlan ’18

Congratulations to LA’s Class of 2019

Lawrence Academy's 226th Graduation Exercises https://youtu.be/jrtUeOJbBys Groton, Mass. -- Sunny skies greeted Head of School Dan Scheibe as he moved from the Schoolhouse to the Quad and stepped to the microphone to preside over Graduation 2019. "226 graduation exercises at Lawrence Academy," he began. "That is an awesome substantial history and you, the class of … Continue reading Congratulations to LA’s Class of 2019

Join Us for LA Reunion 2019

We'd love to see you back on campus! Alumni, don't miss our annual gathering on the Quad... We're calling back classes ending in "4" and "9", but former LA students (and faculty) from all years are welcome to join us on Friday, June 7, and Saturday, June 8. Join us! Reunion registration, schedule, and info … Continue reading Join Us for LA Reunion 2019

Boys’ Hockey: One Goal Down, One to Go

The Spartans Head North to KUA for the NEPSAC Semifinals Groton, MA -- [ Photos | Video ] Given the nature of coaching and athletes, there is good and bad that comes after a 10-3 victory; never mind such a lopsided win in a division-clinching game. Keeping a team's motivation high, through the highs and … Continue reading Boys’ Hockey: One Goal Down, One to Go