Athletics

Athletics at Westminster

What it Means to Wear Black & Gold

From the playing fields to the stage, Westminster students are active participants in an afternoon program that brings balance, enjoyment and competition to their lives. All Westminster students participate in an afternoon program during each term of the school year. The emphasis is on athletics; however, the afternoon commitment can include drama, stagecraft, dance, community service or another independent study project. The afternoon program is designed to encourage Westminster core values: community, character, balance and involvement. It's a great way to compete, to be physically active, to perform, to hone your skills or try something new, and to meet different groups of people.
 
Our sports and recreation facilities include 35 acres of playing fields, 14 tennis courts, a 400-meter synthetic track, eight international squash courts, an indoor hockey rink, a lighted synthetic turf field, baseball and softball fields, basketball courts and a state-of-the-art aquatic center that includes an eight-lane, 25-yard swimming and diving pool, a well-equipped fitness room and our professionally staffed health center.

Fan Code of Conduct

Westminster School seeks to create a safe, enjoyable and comfortable experience for all sporting events on campus for all athletes, officials and fans. In order to successfully do so, Westminster School mandates that all guests, including students, adhere to these basic principles.

  • Respect and appreciate others who are attending
  • Disruptive or illegal behavior including foul language, obscene gestures or taunting, or throwing objects on the playing surface, will result in immediate removal from the event
  • Never display signs or use language that is offensive, discriminatory or threatening including on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, ability or sexual orientation
  • Conduct themselves in a manner that represents Westminster School with honor, dignity and respect
  • Refrain from entering the playing area at all times, including after the game

Thank you for adhering to these guidelines to ensure that we create a safe, enjoyable and comfortable experience at all of our athletic events

Westminster Athletics

Sweat. Tears. Laughter. Sweat. Competition. Discipline. Sweat. Heartbreaking losses. Exhilarating victories. Commitment. Friendships. Lifelong memories.

"We are Black. We are Gold. We are Westminster!"

Recent Scores

Wednesday, 12/7/2022

Hockey - Junior Varsity Boys'
vs.
5:00 PM
Home
Choate Rosemary Hall
Tie 2-2


Wednesday, 12/7/2022

Hockey - Varsity Girls'
vs.
4:30 PM
Away
Kent School
Win 6-3


Wednesday, 12/7/2022

Basketball - Varsity Girls'
vs.
4:00 PM
Home
Greens Farms Academy
Loss 17-58


Wednesday, 12/7/2022

Hockey - Third Boys'
vs.
3:30 PM
Away
Rumsey Hall School
Loss 3-7


Wednesday, 12/7/2022

Hockey - Varsity Boys'
vs.
3:00 PM
Home
Choate Rosemary Hall
Win 8-2


Wednesday, 12/7/2022

Basketball - Junior Varsity Girls'
vs.
3:00 PM
Away
Deerfield Academy
Loss 19-38


Wednesday, 12/7/2022

Squash - Third Boys'
vs.
3:00 PM
Home
Salisbury School
Win 6-2


Wednesday, 12/7/2022

Hockey - Junior Varsity Girls'
vs.
2:45 PM
Home
Deerfield Academy
Win 13-3


Wednesday, 12/7/2022

Squash - Varsity Boys'
vs.
2:30 PM
Away
Berkshire School
Win 7-0

Loomis Chaffee
Win 5-2


Wednesday, 12/7/2022

Squash - Varsity Girls'
vs.
2:00 PM
Away
Miss Porter's School
Win 4-3


Wednesday, 12/7/2022

Basketball - Third Boys'
vs.
1:30 PM
Away
Suffield Academy
Loss 21-48


Meet the Athletics Department

List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Timothy Joncas

    Timothy Joncas 00

    Director of Athletics
    (860) 408-3066
  • Photo of Sara Ugalde

    Sara Ugalde 10

    Associate Director of Admissions, Assistant Athletic Director
    (860) 408-3784
  • Photo of Brian Elliott

    Brian Elliott M.ED, LATC, ATC 

    Head Athletic Trainer

Contact Us

995 Hopmeadow Street
Simsbury, Connecticut 06070

P. (860) 408-3000
F. (860) 408 3001
Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students
In keeping with our support for a diverse community, Westminster abides by all applicable federal and state laws and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected characteristic, including race, color, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national and ethnic origin, ancestry and/or disability in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered program. Westminster admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. 
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