Former world No. 1 player agrees to three-year contract and will work closely with players and coaches.
Junior from Nova Scotia, Canada, tallied 16 goals and 12 assists while leading the Bears to a 19-1-1 record in the fall.
Olympic Gold Medalist serves as keynote speaker at Berkshire's 111th Commencement on May 25.
Simons '18 wins long jump and triple jump events for third consecutive year to lead Berkshire to Class B title.
Conal Groom took up rowing during his sophomore year at Berkshire, a choice that shaped his life and career.
In 2016, Berkshire alum Rebecca Russell '01 became the first female head coach of a Newfoundland League Senior Men's Hockey Team, the Clarenville Ford Caribous.
The Bears battled at Berkshire East on Feb. 14, finishing in 8th place (boys) and 6th place (girls) overall.
Bears defeat Episcopal High School to win U.S. High School Division IV National Championship.
The former world No. 1 player shared some court strategy with Berkshire's squash teams during a visit to the Soffer Athletic Center on Jan. 27.
Bears lose to Loomis Chaffee in final match of season.
Rayshawn Boswell '19 scores five touchdowns in leading Berkshire to New England Championship.
Both teams are playoff-bound as the fall season winds down.
Runners from Berkshire and 19 schools will compete on the 'original course' on Saturday, Nov. 11.
Mo Omar '18 and Ahria Simons '18 have been chosen to play in the 7th Annual Boys High School All-American Game.
Team USA teammates Kacey Bellamy '05 and Kendall Coyne '11 take on USA Hockey over fair pay and support.
Simons '18, Hargrave '18 earn top Fifth Form athlete awards.
Berkshire fifth former wins long jump and triple jump competitions for second straight year.
Kacey Bellamy '05 scored two goals while Kendall Coyne '11 recorded an assist in the team's 3-2 victory over Canada.