Fall

Cross Country—Boys: Varsity - JV
Cross Country—Girls: Varsity - JV
Field Hockey: Varsity - JV
Football: Varsity - JV
Soccer—Boys: Varsity - JV - Thirds
Soccer—Girls: Varsity - JV
Volleyball: Varsity - JV

Winter

Basketball—Boys: Varsity - JV - Thirds
Basketball—Girls: Varsity - JV - Thirds
Ice Hockey—Boys: Varsity - JV
Ice Hockey—Girls: Varsity - JV
Squash—Boys: Varsity - JV - Thirds
Squash—Girls: Varsity - JV - Thirds
Swimming: Varsity

Spring

Baseball: Varsity - JV
Crew—Boys: Varsity - JV
Crew—Girls: Varsity - JV
Lacrosse—Boys: Varsity - JV
Lacrosse—Girls: Varsity - JV
Tennis—Boys: Varsity - JV
Tennis—Girls: Varsity - JV
Track and Field: Varsity
  • Basketball - Varsity Girls

    2018 - 2019
    Head Coach: Joe Crail


    2018-19 captains:  Meghan Carney '19, Angelika Hillios '19, and Lyndsey Toce '19

    Our girls varsity basketball team competes in the Independent School League (ISL), which is composed of sixteen New England preparatory schools that perform at a very high level athletically and academically. Our goal is not only to develop and strengthen each girl's basketball skills, but also to develop important qualities, such as confidence, dedication, teamwork, and sportsmanship. We challenge the girls in practices and games, thus enabling our team members to constantly push themselves and each other as we strive to become the best team we can be. Those who wish to play college basketball will be guided through the process, provided the opportunity to attend showcases, and assisted with sending game film and highlights to college coaches.

    Watch ESPN's interview of Alyna Baharozian '18 after her buzzer-beater against St. Mark's.

    2017–18 Season Review
    After going 13–8 the previous season and competing in a tournament for the first time in nine years, we ended last season 10–10 and just missed making the tournament. Last year had potential to be another special season, but the ball simply wouldn’t bounce our way as we lost four games by three points or less, including two lost at the buzzer.
    Speaking of buzzer-beaters, for the second time in three years we beat our longtime rival, St. Mark’s, at the last second. It was the same play and player both times, which caught ESPN's interest and resulted in national interest, as ESPN interviewed player and coach on the popular "SportsCenter" show.

    2018–19 Preview
    Groton is losing two starters from last year's team, but very talented returnees and newcomers are more than ready to step in and fill those roles. Getting off to a strong start is key when playing in the always competitive ISL, and the Zebras will strive to do that when they open the season with a home game vs. St. Paul’s on 12/1/18. With the leadership of Sixth form tri-captains Lyndsey Toce, Angelika Hillios, and Meghan Carney, this should be another exciting season!

    - Coach Crail

Coaches

Schedule/Scores

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Home
Scrimmage
vs.
Holderness
Home
vs.
St. Paul's
Win 61-58 OT
Away
League
vs.
Rivers School
Loss 41-66
Home
League
vs.
Lawrence Academy
Loss 57-59
Away
League
vs.
Brooks
Win 58-38
Home
Tournament
vs.
Taft School
Win 50-44
Home
Tournament
vs.
Exeter
Win 58-45
Away
Tournament
vs.
Lawrence Academy
Loss 42-66
Away
League
vs.
St. George's
Loss 47-51
Home
vs.
Beaver Country Day
Win 56-50
Home
League
vs.
Tabor
Loss
Away
League
vs.
B.B.&N.
Away
League
vs.
Governor's
Home
League
vs.
Thayer
Away
vs.
Dana Hall
Home
vs.
Pingree
Away
vs.
Pomfret
Away
vs.
Winsor School
Home
League
vs.
Nobles
Home
League
vs.
Middlesex
Home
vs.
Cushing
Away
League
vs.
Milton
Home
League
vs.
St. Mark's

Statistics

Overall Statistics
W L T %
5 5 0 50
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Groton School is recognized as one of America's top boarding schools. It prepares students in grades 8-12 for the "active work of life."