Bard High School Early College-Manhattan Athletics

Welcome to the Bard High School Early College Manhattan Athletics webpage.  This site is intended to be used as a resource, however if you have any questions that have not been answered here, please contact the Athletic Office.


Tom McVeigh
Athletic Director

525 E. Houston Street New York NY 10002


Dr. Michael A. Lerner212-995-8479 ext. 2285

Athletic Director

Tom McVeigh212-995-8479 ext. 2222



  • ***2017 Fall Season Information***
    Fall teams will begin the season before the first day of school!  This ensures all players have the proper amount of practices before the first contest.  ALL student athletes must have their (link: PARENTAL CONSENT) AND (link:PSAL Medical) forms filled out to participate.  Bring them to the first day of practice or email to 

    ***INCOMING FRESHMAN*** Please send an email to Athletic Director Tom McVeigh ( to receive further instructions.

    Coed Cross Country - 8/21 9:00am Meet outside the the schools main entrance. Bard High School Early College

    Girls Volleyball - 8/28 8:30am - 10:30am.  Meet outside the the schools main entrance. Bard High School Early College

    Boys Soccer - (8/24, 8/25 & 8/28-9/1) 9:00am @ Baruch Park Field DIRECTIONS HERE  Email with any questions.

    Girls Soccer - (8/21-8/25 &  8/28-9/1) 8:30am - 11:00am @ Corlears Hook Park (just south of E. River Park) DIRECTIONS HERE

    Girls Tennis - 8/21-8/24 10:00am Tennis Courts at East River Park Directions HERE
                            8/28-8/31 10:00am Tennis Courts at East River Park Directions HERE

    NOTE:  These dates are the beginning of tryouts.  Each coach will hold tryouts differently, and they usually will last for two full weeks.  After meeting the coach you will be updated on the duration of tryout dates/locations.  If you have any questions, please contact your coach directly using the "contact us" tab.
    Posted Jun 19, 2017, 5:35 PM by Tom McVeigh
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Recent Results

  • Boys Win Big at Marta Valle By Max Rain '16The Raptors picked up their second win against Marta Valle 47-31. BHSEC was able to get open looks and shot the ball tremendously well. They played suffocating defense and got Marta Valle to turn the ball over. They dominated for three quarters and were up 43-18. Jeremy Perez and Riku Kawasaki each had twelve points. Alessandro Hall had a team high ten rebounds. Geddes Alexander played one of his best games, scoring 11 points and grabbing four rebounds.  This leaves the Raptors at 2-5 — fourth in their division. Their next game is against the High School for Leadership and Public Service on January 5th.
    Posted Jan 7, 2016, 7:22 AM by Tom McVeigh
  • Rival NEST+m Proves to be Too Much By: Max Rein '16 The Raptors lost to league leader NEST+M on Monday. BHSEC jumped to a 9-6 lead in the first quarter. Early on they moved the ball well on offense and were able to get stops on defense. A scoring drought during the 2nd and 3rd quarters ended with NEST going on a 33-2 run. NEST+M's depth and ball movement proved to be too much as they became overly fatigued. One reason for this shift was that NEST was able to pull down 17 total offensive rebounds compared to 6 for BHSEC. The Raptors shot the ball poorly and struggled against the full court press that NEST+M used to create turnovers.  Highlights ...
    Posted Dec 9, 2015, 8:31 AM by thomas McVeigh
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