During the school's entire history there have been only six boys' varsity basketball coaches at Phillips Academy. The tradition started by Frank "Deke" DiClemente so many years ago continues. Currently the basketball program competes in the most demanding league in the country, NEPSAC.
There have been scores of current college players and All-Americans who started in our league. Phillips Academy has added many current players to the college ranks. Our graduates have played at virtually every level of NCAA basketball. It is with great pride that we prepare our graduates for the next level.
Andover drops to 1-1 on the season and 1-1 in conference play. Up next is a home game against Class AA Holderness on 12.7.16
Andover earns a victory in their season opener over St. Paul's
Andover picks up a hard fought victory at Deerfield. Sam Jefferson made eight 3's and finished with a career high 39 point. Andrew Reavis scored 16 points.
In a back and forth contest Tabor made plays at the end of the game to secure a hard fought victory.
After building a 17 point lead in the first half, Andover held on for a victory.
In a back and forth contest Exeter made enough plays at the end of the game to defeat Andover. It will be a fun game when in the 2nd game of the season on 2/27.
Andover has now won 3 straight games
Andover picks up it's second win of the season at St. Paul's
After a tough loss to Hotchkiss the previous day Andover was able to recovery to pick up a victory against the defending Class A champions. This win gives them a 1-1 record in conference play.
The standout for Andover was Danny Evans, a post-graduate guard from England, who scored 19 points and looked every bit the division I prospect in the process.
Andover starts the season with a 54-33 victory over St. Paul's
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There's always a big crowd when Andover and Exeter face off.