Boys' Track + Field

Cushing Academy Boys' Track + Field is a highly decorated program with champions in multiple events and graduates competing collegiately.

Setting the Standard in Preparation and Performance

Cushing Academy Boys' Track + Field has produced NEPSAC champions in 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 3000m, High Jump, Shot Put, Discus, and Javelin. The comprehensive success is built from a tradition of combining hard work with quality training and appropriate preparation.

The program has produced a High-School National Champion in the indoor mile, a National Runner-Up in the outdoor mile, and twenty New England individual champions in the modern era, since 2000.

Boys' Track + Field Alumni
  • Kyle Kublbeck '16 - Springfield College
  • Jordan Comeau '14 - Connecticut College
  • Austin Tripp '12 - SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
  • Breandan Garland '09 - Bentley University
  • Sintayehu Taye '08 - University of Virginia
  • Aaron Evans '08 - Univesity of Memphis + University of Georgia + Team Bermuda Record Holder (800m + 4x800m)
  • Ayalew Taye '07 - Georgetown University
  • Jaime Hancock '02 - Bates College
  • Andrew Hobson '93 - University of Arizona
  • William Smith '81 - Keene State College
  • Douglas Knight '80 - Maryville College
  • Alexander Barnes Sr. '55 - Amherst College

 

 

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Recent Track + Field Images

Flickr album: Track & Field vs Worcester Academy - April 23, 2021 | Height: 400px | Theme: Nested | Skin: Default - Transparent

Throughout the season, Cushing posts game and practice photos of Boys' Track + Field on Flickr:

 


Coaching Staff

 

 


Connect with a Coach

One thing you'll find at Cushing: Our coaches care deeply about our student athletes. But don't take our word for it, hear it from our coaches themselves:

 

 

 

If you're interested in Boys' Track and Field we'd love to connect you with Coach Ince so you can learn first-hand how Cushing Academy can support your athletic goals. Submit an inquiry, and we'll help make the connection.

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