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    The team is a perennial ISL contender and has won a total of 13 ISL titles, the most in the ISL since the founding of the league in 1989. Since 2003, Belmont Hill has won six ISL titles, most recently in 2017.
     
    Since 2013, the team has compiled an 84-11 record and won four ISL Titles, including back-to-back-to-back championships in 2015, 2016, and 2017.

    The Coach

    Coach Tim Sullivan is in his tenth year as head coach of the lacrosse team. He was named ISL Coach of the Year in 2013 and 2016. His teams have compiled a 114-29 record, seven players have been named All-American or Academic All-American and 74 players have been recognized by the ISL as All League or All League Honorable Mention.
     
    All Americans:
    2011: Geoff Sullivan
    2014: Max Gustafson
    2016: Johnny Hincks
    2018: Danny Hincks
     
    Academic All Americans:
    2015: Alex Santangelo
    2017: William Stonestreet
    2018: Jake Haase
     
    Previously, he was head coach at St. Luke’s in New Canaan, Connecticut. In his four years as head coach he compiled a 46-22 record and was twice voted Coach of the Year. His teams were second in New England in total wins and made the New England Small School playoffs three consecutive years in a row during his tenure. 

    Philosophy 

    Belmont Hill’s lacrosse program has a proud history. Founded in 1983, the team would join the ISL when it was formed in 1989. “We stress excellence in multiple areas, beginning in the classroom,” coach Tim Sullivan notes. “Pride, character, work ethic, and love of the game are all hallmarks of Belmont Hill lacrosse."



    The varsity team plays a 16-game regular schedule comprising the members of the ISL and Avon Old Farms School. Over the last ten seasons, the team's preseason schedule has included scrimmages against: Phillips Exeter Academy, Northfield Mount Hermon, Brewster Academy, Deerfield Academy, Tabor Academy, Xaverian Brothers, St. John's Prep, Darien High School, Duxbury High School, Greenwich High School, and Brunswick School.

    Belmont Hill Lacrosse Players at the Collegiate Level 



    Belmont Hill graduates have played at every level of college programs, including college All Americans Matt Egan, Dave Seeley, and Mike Frissora.
    In 2017, Max Gustafson (Brown University), Greg Plumb (Williams College) and Danny Seibel (Villanova University) were all captains of their college teams.
     
    Recent former players have played at Duke, Hobart, Holy Cross, Colgate, Brown, Princeton, Harvard, Yale, UPenn, Bucknell, Villanova, Boston University, Washington & Lee, Tufts, Wesleyan, Williams, Connecticut College, Middlebury, Bowdoin, Colby, Kenyon, Georgetown, Cornell and Dartmouth.

Schedule

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Away
Scrimmage
vs.
Pingree School
The Hampshire Dome
Home
Scrimmage
vs.
Intrasquad
Playing Fields - Varsity Lacrosse - 10
Away
Scrimmage
vs.
Duxbury
Cohasset High School
Duxbury High School
Away
vs.
Deerfield Academy
Away
Scrimmage
vs.
Xaverian Brothers High School
Neutral
vs.
Avon Old Farms
Clark University
Away
League
vs.
Thayer Academy
Away
League
vs.
Roxbury Latin School
Neutral
League
vs.
Governor's Academy
Away
League
vs.
Tabor Academy
Home
League
vs.
Milton Academy
Playing Fields - Varsity Lacrosse - 10
Home
League
vs.
St. Sebastian's School
Playing Fields - Varsity Lacrosse - 10
Away
League
vs.
St. Mark's School
Home
League
vs.
Lawrence Academy
Playing Fields - Varsity Lacrosse - 10
Home
League
vs.
St. George's School
Playing Fields - Varsity Lacrosse - 10
Away
League
vs.
Noble and Greenough School
Away
League
vs.
Rivers School
Home
League
vs.
Groton School
Playing Fields - Varsity Lacrosse - 10
Home
League
vs.
Middlesex School
Playing Fields - Varsity Lacrosse - 10
Away
League
vs.
Brooks School
Away
League
vs.
Buckingham Browne & Nichols School

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Belmont Hill School educates boys in mind, body, and spirit to develop men of good character. Our community encourages and challenges students to discover and pursue passions, seek excellence, and face adversity with resilience. We cultivate critical thinking and creativity, teamwork and competition, hard work and reflection, tradition and innovation. Valuing our differences and working together, we embrace camaraderie, compassion, and service to others. Our school strives to instill in each boy ethical judgment, a sense of common humanity, and a lifelong love of learning.