Playing varsity soccer at Hoosac School means being part of a rich athletic tradition that the school has developed over many years.
Hoosac has a long tradition of soccer and was one of the first schools to bring the game to New England over 50 years ago. Since then the Owls have consistently been a playoff contender. With talented student-athletes, committed and seasoned coaches, and fantastic facilities, Hoosac’s soccer program has earned recognition as one of the top prep school programs in the country. The ultimate goal is to improve our players through training emphasizing technical development, tactical awareness, and top physical fitness. Hoosac's soccer players come from all over the world including Brazil, Italy, Spain, Guatemala, Bermuda, Ghana, Nigeria, the Dominican Republic, Serbia and so on.
A.J. Emwereji '20 is now playing for Boston College and Mihailo Karadzic '20 is playing for Loyola Maryland.