Belmont Hill has a long tradition of excellence marked by sportsmanship, grit, and team pride. The program has four New England championships and eight ISL titles, with 11 bowl appearances.
Anthony Fucillo joins Belmont Hill as the head varsity football coach and assistant athletic director in May 2023. Coach Fucillo brings to the Hill an impressive record of working at some of the finest colleges at Division I, II, and III levels. Most recently, he worked for six seasons as safeties coach at Harvard, where he also led recruiting efforts in key regions, identifying young men who possessed the qualities and skills to thrive in a highly challenging academic environment.
Coach Fucillo is a graduate of Tufts University, where he played for Belmont Hill alumnus Jay Civetti ’97. A two-time team captain who started two seasons at quarterback, he graduated as the highest-rated passer in school history. After graduation, he played professionally for the Aalborg 89ers in Denmark.
Anthony Fucillo Coaching Highlights
- Served six years as assistant coach for the Harvard Crimson, working with safeties.
- In 2022, played a role in Harvard ranking fourth in the FCS in rushing defense and ninth in first-downs defense.
- In 2021, helped the Harvard defense rank first in the FCS in rushing defense, fourth in team passing efficiency defense, fifth in scoring defense, eighth in interceptions, and 12th in total defense. Guided Harvard's secondary to finish the 2017 season second in the Ivy League with 12 interceptions, taking two back for touchdowns.
- Spent the 2014-16 seasons at Amherst College, as quarterbacks coach and recruiting coordinator and was part of two undefeated NESCAC Championship teams in ‘14 and ’15.
- Quarterbacks coach and pass game coordinator at WPI in 2013
- Tight ends and fullbacks coach at Stonehill College in 2011
Belmont Hill Players at Collegiate and Professional Levels
Two Belmont Hill graduates have played in the National Football League. Since 2020, 16 Belmont Hill graduates have gone on to play college football. Of those 16, seven have played Division I, one in Division II, and eight in Division III.