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The collaborative spirit that is present in our classrooms is right at home throughout our athletic program. Our students learn the value of competition and collaboration early and when they step out on the field, court or course they already know what it takes to win - and have the abilities to do so. With 29 team championships in the last 5 seasons and multiple individual student-athlete award winners on a yearly basis, our post-season honors underscore these talents.

The Upper School athletic program is comprised of 24 interscholastic teams for boys and girls: soccer, tennis, field hockey, cross country, basketball, squash, swimming, lacrosse, track & field, softball, baseball, and golf; and two cooperative teams, football and ice hockey. The Middle School athletic program provides students with the opportunity to compete in interscholastic athletics, offering 11 sports for boys and girls. 

Team pages exist for all three sports seasons. To see team pages for past seasons and school years, use the season drop down to select the school year.

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Athletic News

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  • School Dedicates Godley Field

    Wheeler's new natural turf field, the first of its kind in New England, has been named Godley Field in honor of the family of donors Drs. Frederick Godley and Dr. Kathleen Carney-Godley.  The Godleys joined Head of School Allison Gaines Pell at a ribbon-cutting and naming event during Reunion Weekend 2018.  Allison Gaines Pell thanked the Godleys on behalf of the students and Wheeler community present and future while Rick Godley thanked former Head Dan Miller who envisioned the field.  "We found this sports field a great extension of the classroom," said Godley, "...with lessons to learn, a chance to take on responsibility and forge friendships.  We are happy to support Wheeler as it strengthens its athletic program with this facility."

    Watch the dedication event in the video on this page. 

    Read more about the field here.


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    Senior Spotlight: An Artist On The Pitch

     

    At Wheeler, there are artists everywhere and the soccer field is not without exception. Braeden Cannon ‘19, who recently committed verbally to play soccer at the University of Rhode Island, has turned the soccer pitch into his very own canvas. The two-time captain continues to dazzle the Rhode Island soccer community with his creativity, footwork, and overall offensive production.

    “Braeden is a playmaker who has the ability to take over games,” Wheeler Boys Soccer Coach Oscar Zorrilla says. “But what is impressive is that he does it while also looking for the best play available.”

    After a 0-1-1 start, Cannon guided the Warriors to a record of 6-0-2 over the ensuing 8 matches, which has pushed the Warriors to a 3rd place standing in Division II of the Rhode Island Interscholastic League. During that stretch, the senior forward has compiled 12 goals and 2 assists, including 2 hat-trick performances against Cranston East and Hope.

    “The biggest difference for me this year was my approach to the off-season,” Cannon confides. “Whether I was at ENPL [Elite National Premier League] Nationals, training with Coach Z in the summer, or working with my teammates in the winter, the goal was to just work really hard and get better.”

    Cannon’s performance so far this season certainly reaffirms his work ethic. He is currently among the state’s leaders in goals scored (2nd) and overall points (3rd). In addition to his success on the field, Cannon is an active member within the Wheeler community and beyond. The senior is a Math Mentor and a member of the varsity golf team, and he spends time volunteering and coaching kids for the New England Futbol Club (NEFC).

    “Braeden leads by example, but he has also become more of a vocal leader this season,” notes Zorrilla. “He always communicates with the younger players and helps them understand when and how to do things. He is a great role model to his younger teammates.”

    With 8 games left before playoffs, time is running out to catch Braeden Cannon’s “all-star artistry” while he is still in a Wheeler uniform. Thankfully for Wheeler and the Rhode Island soccer community though, he’ll be bringing his inventiveness and skill set on the pitch to the nearby Kingston Campus next fall. It is there where his next canvas patiently awaits.
     
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Thursday, 10/18/2018

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Thursday, 10/18/2018

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Thursday, 10/18/2018

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Thursday, 10/18/2018

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Thursday, 10/18/2018

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Thursday, 10/18/2018

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Wednesday, 10/17/2018

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Wednesday, 10/17/2018

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Founded 1889

The Wheeler School is an independent coeducational college preparatory day school for Nursery, Pre-K, K-Grade 12 serving Providence, RI, Greater Providence and Greater Boston. The Hamilton School welcomes Grades 1-8 with language-based learning differences.