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Athletics at

TABOR ACADEMY


Athletics at Tabor‌ aim to achieve the highest goals of sport; to be part of a team, to strengthen the team while strengthening yourself, to compete and to savor victory and learn from our defeats‌ and in the process of all of this, to discover fairness, sacrifice, and aspiration in pursuit of a goal. Athletics are developmental at Tabor with places on varsity teams determined by ability and space available. Students begin at the level most appropriate for them and progress as their interest and abilities evolve. A number of our most competitive teams attract students who start their Tabor careers at the varsity level. The rosters on these teams include at most a handful of students who have transitioned from the junior varsity to varsity level.

96 BOATS IN OUR FLEET

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S EATS IN OUR ROWING TANK


Facilities 8 Playing Fields 3 Artificial Turf Fields 8 Tennis Courts 8 Squash Courts 2 Boathouses (Crew & Sailing) 1 Field House 4 Basketball Courts 1 Rowing Tank 9 Team Rooms 1 Hockey Rink 1 Fitness Center 1 Wrestling Room 96 Boats (24 - 420’s) 1 Schooner (SSV Tabor Boy)

26 62 INTERSCHOLASTIC SPORTS

INTERSCHOLASTIC TEAMS

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ISL CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS IN OUR INAUGURAL YEAR


Be a part of Tabor’s storied athletic history Tabor’s athletic program has a long, proud history of sportsmanship and achievement. Our programs enjoy great success and several of our studentathletes continue to play at the college level each year. You can see a number of them featured below and a complete list can be found on our website. Likewise, we take pride in introducing many novice athletes to a life-long love of being active. We hope this sounds like a tradition you’d like to be part of!

Jack Gordon ’17

Cal Berkeley Men’s Rowing Team

9 Mari Daly ’18

University of Texas Women’s Rowing Team

OLYMPIANS

Erin Hill ’18

Yale University Women’s Basketball Team

Jared Shuster ’17

Wake Forest Univ & Cape Cod Baseball League

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115 SEAWOLVES COMPETING IN COLLEGE SINCE 2015 Kelly Browne, Olivia Finocchiaro, Jillian Fey ’18

David Marshall ’15

Dartmouth College Men’s Lacrosse Team

Boston College Women’s Ice Hockey Team

UConn & Cape Cod Baseball League

36 Cailyn Garber ’17

William Smith College Sailing Team

ALL- AMERICAN ATHLETES

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1931 Boys’ Crew at Henley Royal Regatta

PJ Poulin ’16


Coaches Team offerings Cross Country Field Hockey Football Soccer Volleyball Basketball Ice Hockey Squash Wrestling Baseball Crew Competitive Dance Golf Lacrosse Sailing Softball Tennis Track and Field

Nearly all of Tabor’s varsity coaches have collegiate experience in the sport they coach. Through their own experiences they know what hard work and teamwork can achieve. Our JV coaches specialize in instilling a love for the game, building skills and a strong sense of teamwork.


School Spirit Cheering on classmates during athletic contests is a hallmark of life at Tabor. Our athletes deliver great fan experiences and because our facilities layout enables Seawolf superfans to view multiple contests at a time, it is always a great way to spend an afternoon!

Favorite place to be a Seawolf superfan Duffy Turf Complex 34% Roller Court 18% Squash Gallery 6% Travis Roy Rink 29% Track and Tennis Courts 6% Martin Field 7%


Independent School League ISL Teams Belmont Hill School Brooks School Buckingham Browne & Nichols School The Governor’s Academy Groton School Lawrence Academy Middlesex School Milton Academy Noble and Greenough School The Rivers School The Roxbury Latin School St. George’s School St. Mark’s School St. Sebastian’s School Tabor Academy Thayer Academy

Tabor Academy

Conan Leary ’97 Director of Athletics

Tabor in the ISL The Independent School League (ISL) is an athletic association with the mission of integrity, sportsmanship and leadership. Member schools are committed to strong developmental and competitive sub-varsity and varsity experiences grounded in the teacher/coach model of instruction. Head of School John Quirk states, “within our league are peers and rivals who understand that the realm of competition and teamwork are endless opportunities for the best life-lessons to be manifest.” Quirk continues, “We are eager to have our philosophy honed by the collaborative spirit of others in this league, and to contribute to the broader learning conversation we know ISL schools enjoy.”

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Photo credits of Cailyn Garber, Jack Gordon, Jared Shuster, PJ Poulin and David Marshall: respective university athletic departments

Athletics at Tabor Academy  
Athletics at Tabor Academy