Hoosac School has a proud history of hockey as the Owls were formerly a Division II power prior to moving to Division I. The program plays a competitive independent schedule each year which consists of games against both traditional New England prep schools as well as other independent programs throughout the Northeastern United States and Canada. The team plays between three and four tournaments each year, including the prestigious Shadyside Thanksgiving Classic, where the Owls won the tournament championship in 2011, defeating Lawrenceville School in overtime.
Hoosac hockey’s top accomplishment to date came during the 2006-2007 season as the program was crowned champions of the Division II New England Prep School tournament, defeating Vermont Academy 7-3 in the final game.
Graduates from Hoosac and our ice hockey program have gone on to play at a variety of schools at the Division I, II, and III levels, including Clarkson University, University of Massachusetts-Lowell, Bowdoin College, SUNY Geneseo, University of New England, University of Southern Maine, St. Anselm College, Castleton State College, Franklin Pierce University, SUNY Canton, and Plymouth State University.
The Hoosac hockey program focuses on developing on and off ice character through the boys’ participation within the team. It is of utmost importance that the players within the program exhibit strong character along with a respectful attitude and strong work ethic, preparing them for success at the next level, both academically and athletically.