Spring Season is Here: The Week Ahead

All athletes should check with their head coach regarding practice schedule for the week.
 
Baseball
5/20 Varsity vs Newark Academy 4:00 PM
5/22 Varsity @ Oratory Prep 4:00 PM
5/24 Varsity NJSIAA State Tournament vs TBD 4:00 PM
 
Softball
5/20 Varsity NJSIAA State Tournament @ Doane Academy 4:30 PM
5/21 Varsity vs Pingry 4:00 PM
 
Track & Field
5/20 Varsity NJSIAA State Sectional Meet @ Donovan Catholic 4:00 PM
5/21 Varsity NJSIAA State Sectional Meet @ Donovan Catholic 4:00 PM
 
Golf
5/21 Varsity vs Somerville @ Fox Hollow 3:30 PM
 
Boys' Lacrosse
5/21 Varsity @ Wardlaw-Hartridge 4:30 PM
At Gill, athletics is an integral part of the educational experience of our students. Reinforcing through competition, practice and team-play our core values of courage, integrity, respect, compassion and excellence. GSB student-athletes experience success on the playing fields and courts, but more importantly learn the life lessons of collaboration, goal identification and effective communication. At Gill, Our athletes are ambassadors of the school, expected to conduct themselves with honor, integrity and sportsmanship at all times.

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GSB is looking for a Head Coach of Varsity Boys' & Girls' Cross County for the fall of 2019.  Interested candidates should contact Will Taylor, Director of Athletics, at wtaylor@gsbschool.org.

Director of Athletics: Willard Taylor

Taylor brings more than 25 years of experience as a teacher, coach and administrator to Gill. A Division III, two-time, All-American in wrestling while attending Upsala College, Taylor has also coached wrestling, football, baseball and softball. He brings a high level of passion and commitment to school athletics and looks to build the teams at GSB while enhancing the athletes’ overall experience.

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Gill St. Bernard’s is a private, coeducational day school for students age three through grade 12, located in suburban New Jersey. Each of the three school divisions provides a rigorous, meaningful and age-appropriate curriculum, and all students benefit from the environmental learning opportunities that exist on our 208-acre campus.