The April Female Athlete of the Month is awarded to Emily Picard. Emily is the quiet leader of the team’s 9-0 start in April, a very talented catcher, catching every inning except for 4 in the first game of the season due to illness. She has handled the Lady Huskies diverse pitching staff flawlessly behind the dish and thrown out 4 of the 7 runners who have attempted to steal.Equally impressive is her consistent production at the plate. Emily's .609 batting average with 6 games left in the regular season is even more impressive when you look at her power (5 home runs, 6 doubles, and a triple) and her run production, as she has driven in 22 runs while scoring 19 of her own. She is also a cunning and aggressive baserunner who loves every aspect of the game. Emily is awarded April Athlete of the Month for her outstanding play on the diamond and her clutch hitting in big games.
The April Male Athlete of the Month is awarded to two student-athletes who are the backbone of the Men’s Varsity Lacrosse Team’s defense. Having two of the best players in New England at a position that requires only one to play at a given time, would leave most coaches with the tough decision of who to play and who to sit? However, these two players have run with their coach's decision to split games and play halves, a responsibility that is not only difficult but incredibly uncommon. They hold each other to a high standard and make each other better every practice and game. There is no question that they both make our offensive shooters better. They have held teams to a record low percent of under 4 goals per game. Husky Nation is lucky to have these two extremely talented goalies. Leading the team to a 9-0 start, and seen all over campus hanging out with one another as best buds. Cory Lyons and Max McGuire are awarded the April Athlete of the Month for or their selfless team-first attitude, their outstanding play and their natural leadership.
Jamie Arsenault is currently in his twentieth year at New Hampton School. He is the Director of Athletics. Jamie completed his B.A. in Administrative Science at Colby College in 1988 and his M.A. in Public Policy at Trinity College in 1993. Jamie was a three-sport captain at Colby College where he played football, basketball and baseball. After graduation, Jamie went on to coach Football, Basketball and Baseball at Colby College, Trinity College, and Rensselaer Poly Institute. After a short time in the Lumber industry, Jamie found his true calling in boarding school. Jamie took over the basketball program at Bridgton Academy for two years before coming to New Hampton School.
At New Hampton School, Jamie has made an impact teaching character in all that he does. Jamie says that to him the character of his athletes is more important than their skills, and that he chooses student-athletes based on whether he would trust them to babysit his kids. One of Jamie's greatest memories here at New Hampton School was winning the 2002 New England Basketball Championship, when he felt that it was "a true and complete team effort with a great bunch of young people who really played their hearts out." Jamie's favorite leisure time activities involve watching his children – son Ryder and daughter Dempsey compete in athletics as well as spending time with his wife Lara hiking and playing tennis. Jamie and Lara live in Wolfe House with their children.
Jenna McCabe works as an instructor in the Academic Support Program and is the Assistant Director of Athletics. She also is the Head Varsity Women’s lacrosse coach. Jenna is a 2009 graduate of Boston College, where she received a bachelor’s degree in Communications and a minor in Sociology.
She served as the captain of the women’s lacrosse team at BC both junior and senior years and was awarded All ACC honors in both her sophomore and junior seasons. As a senior at BC, Jenna was awarded All ACC academic honors and the Mo Maloney Community Service Award. Prior to arriving at The New Hampton School, Jenna joined 3DLacrosse as the girl’s director and coached three sports at North Yarmouth Academy in Maine. Jenna is now the coach for the 2018 3D Select club team. Jenna lives with her husband Justin in Galletly House.
Two New Hampton School teams celebrated back to back Lakes Region Championship titles on Saturday; the Women's Varsity Softball team defeated the Tilton School Rams, and the Men's Varsity Lacrosse team closed a second undefeated season with a hard-fought battle against the Brewster Academy Bobcats.
Husky Nation has enjoyed a rigorous and inspiring spring athletic season with full of impressive talent and teamwork. While varsity teams will compete in the Lakes Region Tournament this week, we celebrated a great season and recognized specific athletes for the contributions last night. Good luck to our varsity teams competing this week and congratulations to all on a fantastic season!
Last night we celebrated all of our winter teams and a fantastic season of athleticism, teamwork, camaraderie, shared championships and defeats. Congratulations to all of the student-athletes who participated in winter sports. The students below were recognized for their exceptional leadership and contributions this season.
Here on campus, we are busy following the legacy of New Hampton School Basketball, and cheering on all our alumni involved in March Madness. Many are players, some are coaches, and fellow alumni are out at the games cheering on their peers. This year, four alumni represented the school in the NCAA March Madness Tournament– with one continuing to the Final Four this weekend in Glendale, AZ! In addition, eight other Huskies have played in collegiate post-season tournaments.