We’re not just a team. We’re a band of brothers.
Our student-athletes range from lifelong players to novices — everyone plays sports at their level of experience and ability. The Pride competes in the Founders League, a highly competitive prep-school arena where student-athletes are prepared for college-level competition. College recruiters consider the league to be a prime source for spotting some of the nation's best prep-school talent.
Trinity-Pawling coaches are well-respected throughout New England, and they follow leading research and best practices for training and supporting our scholar-athletes. They motivate each player to dig deep in practices, training, games, and most importantly, in the classroom. Whether a boy is a recruited athlete or new to the sport, being part of a team at Trinity-Pawling is a life-changing experience.
Yes, we play to win, but to win with the highest character. At Trinity-Pawling, sports teach us about success and failure; leadership and sacrifice; how to find serious stamina and resilience when faced with a challenge. On or off the field, we strive for teamwork.
We take great Pride in our athletics program and the safety of our student-athletes is our top priority. Learn more about our Sports Medicine program or review our medical protocols in the Community Handbook.
TPSN – Trinity-Pawling Sports Nation
Tune in today to TPSN, our student-produced athletic talkshow. Produced by the students in Modern Media, TPSN is a great way to keep up with the Pride each season. Roll Pride!
Our campus includes the David N. Coratti Field, a turf field for football, soccer, and lacrosse; three natural grass lacrosse and soccer fields; two baseball fields, including the Mo Vaughn ’86 Baseball Field and a practice field; an all-weather track; and nine tennis courts. The Tirrell Hockey Rink, newly renovated Hubbard Basketball Court, McGraw Wrestling Room, Rock Squash Courts, and Carleton Center are housed in our new, state-of-the-art 20,000 square foot Smith Field House.
Interested in playing for the Trinity-Pawling Pride? Our coaches would love to hear from you!
When you’re part of a team, you need to understand how to work together. You learn to be a good sport, hold yourself accountable, and be dependable. A lot of virtues are developed from playing sports at Trinity-Pawling.
Brian Foster ’79, Athletic Director