Athletics News, March 8

John O’Neill, Director of Athletics
March 8, 2019

Spring Tryouts Next Week

Despite the snow on the ground, spring is right around the corner here at Belmont Day. The spring athletics season is scheduled to begin next Wednesday, March 13. While boys’ lacrosse, girls’ lacrosse and track & field teams will hit the ground running, the tennis and ultimate programs will both hold two days of tryouts to determine varsity and junior varsity teams. For both programs, it will be the first time that multiple teams will be offered and yet another example of the continued growth of the middle school athletics program. Fortunately, the snow will not effect the tennis tryouts, which will take place on Harvard’s indoor courts. The ultimate tryouts, however, will likely be moved indoors to the Barn. Good luck to all of our middle school athletes this spring!

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