The Tabor girls’ basketball program often has three levels of competition; a varsity team as well as a JV and 3rds team. This model provides opportunities for appropriate growth for each team. The 3rds team focuses on the love of the game and fundamentals. The JV team builds on the love of the game, skill development, and introduces a strong competitive element. The teams play a high-paced, exciting game of basketball.
Playing a very competitive schedule in the ISL and NEPSAC Class A Division, our varsity team is one of the elite programs in New England Prep School girls’ basketball. This success has been a result of the hard work the student-athletes put in every day honing their craft, working on the fundamentals, and pushing each other to do and be their best. Many of our seniors go on to very successful college careers at fine Division I, II, and III schools around the country.
If you would like to learn more about the Tabor Girls’ Basketball program, please contact Coach Will Becker.
Coach Will Becker began coaching Tabor's girls' varsity basketball team in 1993. Coach Becker has done a fantastic job in elevating Tabor to one of the elite programs in New England Prep School basketball. The Tabor girls' program has advanced to the finals of the New England Class A tournament fourteen times in the last 18 years. In that time, they have returned as champions eight times. Coach Becker was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame in 2009 for his coaching achievements. In addition to his work on the hardwood, Coach Becker has been involved at Tabor coaching football, cross country, tennis, lacrosse and soccer as well as teaching all levels of mathematics.
Mackenzie Chaput is a 2011 graduate of Virginia Tech where she studied business and participated in club and intramural sports. Mackenzie joined the Tabor coaching staff in 2013 as a field hockey and girls basketball coach, and joined the math department in the fall of 2014. She currently coaches field hockey and girls basketball, teaches Algebra 1 and Calculus, and lives on campus with her husband.
Chris Conley originally joined the faculty in 1998. After a brief stint teaching and coaching at Greenwich Academy in Connecticut, Chris returned to Tabor in 2010. Besides teaching, working in the dorm, and acting as an advisor, Chris assists two varsity athletic programs. In the winter, he works with Mr. Becker and the girls’ basketball team. In the spring, Chris can be found on the harbor with Mr. Hurd, Mrs. Muther, and the Tabor sailors.
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