Home of the Warriors.

The collaborative spirit that is present in our classrooms is right at home on the playing field. 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. Our post-season Varsity 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 with PCD. 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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  • Soccer Player Signs Letter of Intent

    Surrounded by happy classmates, teachers, coaches and family (such as sister Tizi here), senior Andy Chisholm ‘18 became the second Wheeler student this school year to commit to a Division 1 college athletics program with his signing in February to Providence College.  Chisholm, an Olympic Development Program's Player of the Year in Rhode Island was also one of 18 players from the U.S. Soccer Federation's Region 1 (the Eastern seaboard) selected to an elite under-17 team that travelled to Borgano, Italy. He has most recently played for the NE Revolution's Revolution Academy program.
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  • Senior Makes Basketball History

    Since 1986, 15 Wheeler athletes have earned a spot on the coveted 1,000 Point Club banners that hang on court 1 in the Van Norman Field House. Senior Anna Metcalf’s name went on that banner while she was a junior, and now, Metcalf has earned a new honor: all-time leading girls scorer. As of February 2, she has scored 1,370 points with four regular season games and the playoffs remaining before her final total is listed. Metcalf is also currently 5th overall in the club! The Warriors girls team is 12-3 in Division II after going undefeated and earning the division championship in DIII last year. So significant is her achievement that WPRI television is filming a “Hometown Hero” piece on this Wheeler Warrior who is headed to Union College next year. Can’t wait to share it!
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