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Basketball – Boys Varsity

At BB&N, the boys’ basketball program trains and demands every player to be technically and tactically sound. We overlay this with a strong emphasis on developing a cohesive team approach to each practice and game.

Team Highlights

  • All ISL 2023 Fabrice Salvant ’23
  • All NEPSAC Honorable Mention: Jonathan White Jr ’27
  • Results
  • Coaches
Date Opponent Location Result Score
12/6/23 vs. St. Mark’s School Home Loss 52-67
12/8/23 @ Middlesex School Middlesex School Win 61-58
12/15/23 @ Hopkins School Hopkins School Win 82-46
12/16/23 @ Holderness School Holderness School Loss 50-59
12/16/23 @ Brewster Academy Brewster Academy Loss 58-64
1/5/24 @ Rivers School Rivers School Loss 42-70
1/6/24 vs. Wheeler School Home Win 75-48
1/12/24 vs. Belmont Hill School Home Loss 76-81
1/13/24 vs. Portsmouth Abbey School Home Win 53-46
1/17/24 @ Lexington Christian Academy Lexington Christian Academy Win 74-67
1/19/24 vs. Roxbury Latin School Home Loss 54-61
1/24/24 vs. Dexter Southfield School Home Loss 41-75
1/26/24 @ Governor’s Academy Governor's Academy Loss 44-71
1/27/24 @ Brooks School Brooks School Loss 52-71
1/31/24 @ St. Sebastian’s School St. Sebastian's School Loss 42-69
2/3/24 vs. Groton School Home Win 73-45
2/7/24 @ St. George’s School St. George's School Loss 66-82
2/9/24 vs. Noble & Greenough School Home Win 68-65
2/10/24 vs. Milton Academy Home Loss 39-79
2/14/24 vs. Thayer Academy Home Loss 56-69
2/17/24 @ Tabor Academy Tabor Academy Loss 58-76
2/21/24 vs. St. Paul’s School Home Loss 59-77
2/24/24 vs. Lawrence Academy Home Win 83-68

Rodney Petiou

The Men’s Varsity Basketball Team at Buckingham Browne and Nichols Schools is a part of the Independent School League (ISL) as well as the New England Prep School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) Class “A” Division.

Following their preseason, the team is prepared to compete in a very challenging ISL conference filled with top college talent. The non-league schedule is equally impressive featuring many other top NEPSAC schools. This year’s opponents will come from four of the six New England states. The roster will rely on all four classes to compete with all opposition.