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  • Basketball Men's-Varsity A

    2017 - 2018
    Head Coach: Nickolas Whitmore

    The Men's Varsity A Basketball Program is recognized as one of the premiere prep school programs in the country. It is an elite team that attracts top student-athletes from all over the country and the world, molds them into a tight, cohesive unit, and prepares them for success on the court and in the classroom in college. With a strong focus on skill development and playing the "right way," New Hampton School players are ready for the rigors of college. Players are given every opportunity to showcase their skills to college coaches, and with the help of the coaching staff, work to find the appropriate college destination. The Varsity A team also strives to teach student athletes how to be exemplary students and productive members of the New Hampton community.

    The Huskies are led by Head Coach Nick Whitmore. Whitmore has a combined seventeen years of coaching experience at the high school, AAU, and collegiate level. Prior to his arrival at New Hampton, Whitmore coached at the University of San Francisco where he helped lead the Dons to a 21-12 record, a second place WCC finish, and a berth in the National Invitation Tournament. Before joining Rex Walters’ staff at USF, Whitmore served as the Head Basketball Coach at Drew School in San Francisco, co-founded the AAU program Bay City Basketball, and was a part of the basketball programs at the University of Rhode Island and Boise State University. In his first season as Head Coach, Whitmore led the Huskies to a 22-9 record.
     
    Husky Basketball has a strong tradition of sending its athletes to play at the next level.
     
    Currently there are former Huskies playing at the following Division One schools:
     
    American University
    Arizona State University
    BYU
    University of Central Florida
    Central Michigan University
    Colgate University
    Colorado University
    Cornell University 
    Dayton University
    University of Massachusetts
    University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
    University of North Carolina Greensboro
    Northeastern University
    Northwestern University
    University of Pennsylvania
    Princeton University
    University of San Francisco
    St. Mary’s College (CA)
    Wofford College

    The NBA has been a destination for former Huskies, too. The 2017 NBA Draft featured Husky Tyler Lydon ’17 who was selected as the 24
    th overall pick out of Syracuse University. The 9th overall selection in the 2014 NBA Draft, current Portland Trail Blazer Noah Vonleh ’13, spent 2 years at New Hampton before heading to Indiana University. The ACC’s 2012 Freshman of the year and 2015 ACC first teamer Olivier Hanlan ’13 was a second round draft pick by the Utah Jazz.  Darius Songaila '98 was a Boston Celtics 2nd-round draft pick in 2002.  Rashad McCants '00 was a lottery pick for the Minnesota Timberwolves. Other Huskies who earned opportunities in the NBA include: Bernard Robinson '00, Awvee Storey '97 Lawrence Moten '91 (also the all-time leading scorer in the Big East), and Cuonzo Martin ’91.

    New Hampton prides itself on attracting student-athletes who love the game. Many former HUSKIES continue to make basketball their career.
     
    Huskies Coaching DI basketball Include:
      
    Ed Cooley ’89 - Head Coach, Providence
    Kenya Hunter ’91 - Assistant Coach, Nebraska
    Peter Hutchins '01 - Assistant Coach, Dartmouth College
    Cuonzo Martin ’91 - Head Coach, California-Berkeley
    Wes Miller ’02 - Head Coach, UNCG
    Chris Parsons ’92 - Assistant Coach, UNC Greensboro
    Michael Roberts ’00 - Assistant Coach, UNC Greensboro
    Todd Townsend ’01 - Assistant Coach, UW-Milwaukee
     
    Four NHS Alumni Work for NBA Organizations:
     
    Chris Wallace '77 - General Manager, Memphis Grizzlies
    Josh Kroenke ’99 – President, Denver Nuggets
    Todd Checovich ’03 - Basketball Operations Coordinator, Minnesota Timberwolves
    Pat Knight - Scout, Indiana Pacers
     

Team News

List of 3 news stories.

  • New Hampton Falls Short in Championship

    Providence, RI - Despite cutting the lead to three points with two minutes remaining in the NEPSAC AAA Championship, the Huskies didn't quite have enough in the tank to take home the trophy. A late season push fell short, but the future looks bright as the Huskies will return five players from this year's runner up team next year.

    Best of luck to George Washington commit Shandon Brown (Boston, MA), Stanford commit Keenan Fitzmorris (Overland Park, KS), Mason Webb (Oklahoma City, OK), Rex Walters (Rochester Hills, MI), Roy Grigsby (Boulder, CO), and Alex Ionesco (Houston, TX) next year when they move on to the next level.
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  • New Hampton Punches Ticket to NEPSAC AAA Championship

    Wolfeboro, NH - New Hampton traveled across the lake to face off against the #1 Brewster Bobcats in the semi-finals of the NEPSAC AAA tournament. In front of a raucous crowd, New Hampton was able to hold a very talented and well coached Bobcat team at bay to walk away with the victory. Despite a late charge by the hosts, New Hampton made big plays down the stretch to hold on.

    For the second game in a row, New Hampton had four Huskies finish in double figures as Shandon Brown '18 (Boston, MA) had a team high 31, Mika Adams-Woods '19 (Syracuse, NY) had 23, Bas Leyte '19 (Bergen Op Zoom, Netherlands had 12, and Dyondre Dominguez '20 (Providence, RI) rounded things out with 10.

    New Hampton will travel to Rhode Island College tomorrow for the NEPSAC AAA Championships where they will face the #2 seed Northfield Mount Hermon.

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  • Huskies Survive and Advance with win at Bridgton

    Bridgton, ME - #4 New Hampton traveled north to Maine to face #5 Bridgton Academy and walked away with a hard earned victory. Bridgton jumped out to an early lead and rode the momentum to a five point half time lead. In a back and forth second half, both teams hit big shots and the lead changed hands several times. Stanford commit Keenan Fitzmorris '18 (Overland Park, KS) and Matt Glassman '18 (Bedford, NH) hit two crucial 3's in the final minute to seal the game.

    New Hampton was led by four Huskies in double figures.  Mika Adams-Woods '19 (Syracuse, NY) had a team high 23, George Washington commit Shandon Brown '18 (Boston, MA) had 21, and Keenan Fitzmorris '18 and Bas Leyte '19 (Bergan Op Zoom, Netherlands) each finished with 11.

    New Hampton will travel to near by Brewster Academy on Saturday at 2pm in the NEPSAC AAA semi-finals.
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Coaching Staff

  • Head Coach:  Nickolas Whitmore
    603-677-3547
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  • Assistant Coach Simon Clement
    603-677-3510
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  • Assistant Coach John Scheinman
    603-254-6421
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Team Statistics

Overall Statistics
W L T %
16 17 0 48.5

Schedule

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Away
Scrimmage
Cancelled
vs.
Harvard University JV
Havard University
Neutral
Tournament

National Prep Tournament @ Albertus Magnus College, CT

Non-League
vs.
CBD Montverde Academy
Loss 70-74
Albertus Magnus College
Neutral
Tournament

National Prep Tournament @ Albertus Magnus College, CT

Non-League
vs.
Massanutten Military Academy
Loss 60-67
Albertus Magnus College
Home
vs.
Tilton School
Loss 87-75
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Neutral
Invitational

Zero Gravity Prep Showcase

Non-League
vs.
St. Andrews School
Loss 73-76
St. Andrew's School
Home
League
vs.
Brewster Academy
Loss 71-92
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Away
League
vs.
Bridgton Academy
Win 70-63
Bridgton Academy
Neutral

Scholar Roundball Classic @ Babson College

Non-League
vs.
Hill School
Loss 69-74
Babson College
Away
League
vs.
St. Thomas More
Loss 72-86
St. Thomas More School
Neutral
Tournament

Basketbull Hoop Fest Tournament

Non-League
vs.
Woodstock Academy
Loss 72-80
Neutral
Tournament

Basketbull Hoop Fest Tournament

Non-League
vs.
Perkiomen School
Win 76-56
Home
vs.
Kimball Union Academy
Win 83-67
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
Rescheduled

Canceled due to Transportation Issues. Make-up TBD

Non-League
vs.
Lee Academy
Loss 86-87
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
vs.
Lee Academy
Loss 86-87
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
vs.
Commonwealth Academy
Win 86-72
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
vs.
Proctor Academy
Win 86-55
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Neutral
Invitational

BABC Basketball Showcase at Cathedral HS in Boston

Non-League
vs.
Worcester Academy
Win 83-66
Cathedral High School
Home
vs.
Phillips Exeter Academy
Win 81-57
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Away

Game location has changed from NHS to NMH

League
vs.
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Loss 50-80
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Away
vs.
Vermont Academy
Loss 87-97
Vermont Academy
Home

Game has been forfeited by NMH

League
vs.
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Win 2-0
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
vs.
Redemption Christian Academy
Win 84-75
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Away
vs.
Holderness School
Win 74-51
Holderness School
Home
League
vs.
Bridgton Academy
Loss 65-76
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Neutral
Invitational

NPSI @ Rhode Island College

Non-League
vs.
Milton Academy
Loss 71-73
Rhode Island College
Neutral

NPSI @ Rhode Island College

League
vs.
South Kent School
Win 73-59
Rhode Island College
Away
League
vs.
Brewster Academy
Loss 63-84
Brewster Academy
Neutral
Invitational
vs.
Putnam Science Academy
Loss 50-76
Bishop Brady High School
Home
Invitational

New Hampton Invitational - Tilton School vs Lee Academy

Non-League
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home

New Hampton Invitational

Non-League
vs.
Redemption Christian Academy
Win 76-49
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home

New Hampton Invitational - Consolation Game

League
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
Tournament

New Hampton Invitational Championship

Non-League
vs.
Tilton School
Win 88-79
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
League
vs.
St. Thomas More
Loss 82-85
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Home
vs.
Notre Dame Prep
Win 84-79
The Frederick Smith Gymnasium - Upper Gym - 1
Away
Playoff

NEPSAC AAA Quarterfinals

League
vs.
Bridgton Academy
Win 84-81
Bridgton Academy
Away
Tournament
Playoff

NEPSAC AAA Semifinals

League
vs.
Brewster Academy
Win 94-84
Brewster Academy
Neutral
Playoff

NEPSAC Class AAA Finals

League
vs.
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Loss 68-59
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