2012 State Champions
2012 FCIAC Champions
2004 State Finalists
2004 FCIAC Finalists
2002 FCIAC Champions
1966 State Champions
1956 State Finalists
The 2015 Bears qualified for the State Tournament, but fell to the 4-seed. They scored 23 goals and allowed 22.
The 2014 Bears advanced to the semi finals of the FCIAC tournament as the 4-seed, and 2nd round of States (ranked 10th). They scored 39 goals and allowed only 15.
The 2013 Bears finished the season with a 7-8-2 record, qualifying for both the FCIAC and State Tournaments, scoring 22 goals while allowing 24.
2012 Season [FCIAC & State Champions]
The 2012 season was the best in school history. The Bears finished the regular season with the best record in the FCIAC (14-1-1), won the school’s second FCIAC Tournament, and won the Class LL State Tournament for the first time since 1966. The team finished ranked No. 7 in the nation in the NSCAA poll, with a final record of 21-1-1, scoring 70 goals, and allowing 15 with 14 shutouts (the most in school history).
Video highlights (Youtube & MSG Varsity): Stamford Highlights | Greenwich Highlights | Full game vs. Staples | Staples Highlights | McMahon Highlights | Stamford (State Semis) Highlights | Full game vs. Prep (State Finals) | Highlights | Postgame Interviews
The Bears finished the 2011 regular season with the best record in the FCIAC (13-1-2), qualifying for both the FCIAC and State Tournament. The team reached the Class LL State semi-finals, finishing with a final record of 16-3-2, scoring 62 goals, and allowing 22.
The Bears finished the 2010 regular season with the best record in the FCIAC (13-2), qualifying for both the FCIAC and State Tournament. The team finished with a final record of 15-4, scoring 70 goals, and allowing 16.
The Bears finished the 2009 season with a final record of 7-5-5, qualifying for both the FCIAC and State Tournament. The team scored 42 goals, and allowed 23.
The 2008 squad qualified for both the FCIAC and State Tournaments, falling to the eventual champions of each in the semifinals and quarterfinals, respectively. The team scored 45 goals and allowed 26, finishing with an overall record of 13-6-2, going 9-1 at home.
The 2007 team was the first under the helm of new head coach Chris Laughton. The team made the post season, but lost to Masuk in the qualifying round, bringing the Bears’ final season record to 5-9-2. The squad gained a memorable 5-0 win over Staples at home during the regular season.
The 2006 team was younger compared to years past. The team did make the state tournament, but lost to state semifinalists Glastonbury, bringing the Bears’ final season record to 6-8-3. The squad showed good signs of promise gaining ties against an undefeated Westhill team and then-number-1 ranked Greenwich.
The 2005 season was supposed to be a “rebuilding year” after losing many talented seniors, but the team proved they were among the best reaching the FCIAC semifinals and advancing to the second round of the State Tournament. Allowing only 17 goals and scoring 61, the Bears earned a 13-4-2 record, good enough for 1st in the FCIAC Central Division for the second year in a row.
2004 Season [FCIAC & State Finalists]
The 2004 season was another record breaking year. The team made it to both FCIAC and State Championship matches, winning two games in penalty kick shootouts along the way. The squad also posted the highest regular season winning percentage in school history (later broken by 2012 team), with a record of 18-3-2, allowing only 23 goals and scoring 67.
The 2003 season was a “rebuilding year” after losing 13 players from the ’02 championship team; 10 of them graduating seniors. The team failed to qualify for states with a 7-8-1 record, but had some big games including a 3-1 win over Staples, and losing a heart-breaker to the eventual FCIAC Champs, Ridgefield, 1-0 with only seconds remaining.
2002 Season [FCIAC Champions]
The 2002 season was one of the best in school history. The team finished with an 18-3 record, winning the FCIAC Championship for the first time in school history, placing 1st in the Central Division, winning the Ralph King Cup for best FCIAC regular season record, going undefeated at home, beating every team in the FCIAC, scoring 59 goals and only allowing 18, and making it to the state quarterfinals.
The 2001 team placed 5th in the FCIAC and 16th in the state, with a 9-4-4 record, allowing 24 goals and scoring 42.
The 2000 team placed 5th in the FCIAC, 13th in the state, with a 12-5-1 record.
The 1999 season was the first under the helm of new head coach Kurt Simonsen.