COURAGE, COMMITMENT, AND COMMUNITY

While academics are our primary concern, Lyndon Institute recognizes that athletics provide additional opportunities and challenges for personal growth and development. Through competition, students learn the value of discipline and respect for rules. Athletics become a model for good citizenship.

At Lyndon Institute, we pride ourselves on our ability to offer a wide range of athletic opportunities. We have 28 varsity level teams in 17 sports. Student athletes of all abilities are encouraged to participate.

Team schedules can be viewed under the athletics tab or the activities calendar

 

Fall Sports

Cheerleading
Cross Country
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Soccer
Volleyball

Winter Sports

Alpine Skiing
Basketball
Cheerleading
Hovkey
Indoor Track
Nordic Skiing

Spring Sports

Baseball
Softball
Track & Field
Ultimate

 

Video produced by Northeast Sports Network.

Eric Berry
Director of Athletics & Activities
[email protected]

Erek Cook
Certified Athletic Trainer
[email protected]

Barry Aldrich
Teacher | Health/Athletics
[email protected]

Roxanne Courser
Teacher | Health/Athletics
[email protected]

Live coverage of LI athletics is available at nsnsports.net

LI follows the State of Vermont Concussion Guidelines, including the Return to Play Protocols. LI Student Athletes and their parents are required to review the Student and Parent Concussion Materials, which are posted below. Printed copies of this material are available in the Athletic Office and in the Health Center on the campus of Lyndon Institute.

EDU-Act 58 - Guidelines
Parents Fact Sheet - Concussions
Athletes Fact Sheet - Concussions
Patient Return to Learn & Play Protocols
Parents Guide to Concussion in Sports