Boys’ Water Polo
|Owen Arnold||2023||Hopkinton, MA|
|Emilia Boino||2023||East Longmeadow, MA|
|Nora Boino||2024||East Longmeadow, MA|
|Connor Booth||2023||Wallingford, CT|
|Kellen Booth||2025||Wallingford, CT|
|Benjamin Broxson||2023||Concord, MA|
|Benjamin Bryan||2023||Darien, CT|
|Tucker Clague||2023||Portola Valley, CA|
|Michael McCormack||2024||San Francisco, CA|
|Ryan Piela||2023||Agawam, MA|
|Josh Ruimy||2023||Los Angeles, CA|
|John Rusnock||2025||Suffield, CT|
|Chase Stevens||2023||Suffield, CT|
|Parker Valero||2026||Nantucket, MA|
Water polo was established as a varsity sport at Suffield in 1979. The team has generally been built around a combination of experienced players and athletes new to the sport when they arrive at Suffield.
The Tigers’ competitive teams have qualified for the New England Prep School Championship tournament [a.k.a. “the Liquid Four”] in eight of the last ten years, including a second place finish in 2015 and an undefeated championship season in 2009. Hard work, perseverance, and camaraderie, as well as respect for teammates and competitors, are traditional hallmarks of the water polo team.
Suffield’s Varsity Water Polo team plays a mixture of single games and mini-tournaments throughout the season against New England Prep School league schools such as Deerfield, Exeter, Andover, Choate, Brunswick, Williston, Hopkins, Hotchkiss, and Loomis Chaffee, as well as non-league competition from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, including the season-ending New England Prep School Championship tournament.