During the 1991-92 school year, Margie (Ritchie) Neiswender was named head coach of the varsity tennis team, becoming the first woman to be a head varsity coach at Hill. It was a historic moment for the School, several years before 89 young women set foot on campus in the fall of 1998. Naturally, as the School’s female student population grew, so too did the number of women leading Hill’s sports teams.
Jay Spencer '84 will return to the role of Head Coach, while Amy Agnew will become the lead assistant and remain the Director of Aquatics.
We are pleased to announce the formation of the Alumni Centennial Hall and the Bissell Hall.
A four-year starting center back at Hill, Fabian was a centerpiece around which the program steadily added several key pieces, culminating with Hill’s 2013 boys’ soccer team finishing the year as the top-ranked prep school program in the nation.
On Wednesday, November 11, 12 Hill School students realized their dream of becoming a Division 1 student-athlete when they either signed a National Letter of Intent or received a Letter of Commitment.