The Hebron boys hockey program dates back to the early 1900s and enjoys a rich hockey tradition. We compete against some of the top competitors in the New England Prep School Athletic Conference with a 30 game regular season schedule. The coaching staff, which brings years of playing and coaching experience, focuses on individual improvement, team accomplishment, and college placement for our student athletes. These goals are achieved by a group of student athletes who strive to compete at their highest level each day and commit to being a selfless part of the team and the larger Hebron community.
Passionate hockey players from all types of backgrounds come together to enrich our style of play, each striving to meet the demands of being a competitive student athlete. We are privileged to skate in Robinson Arena on campus, with its renovated interior and new locker room facility. We also have the opportunity to work with strength and conditioning coaches that guide off ice workouts. In recent years, our alumni have gone on to compete at the NCAA Division I, II, and III levels.
Jack O’Brien enters his 6th year at Hebron Academy as Head Coach of the Boys Hockey team. A native of Braintree, Massachusetts, Coach O’Brien brings a wealth of playing and coaching experience to Hebron. A graduate of BC High in Boston, MA, Jack was a captain of the 1996 BC High Super 8 championship team, the first Super 8 title in school history. Jack then played for the Omaha Lancers of the United States Hockey League before attending Division 1 St. Lawrence University (ECAC), where he played for 4 seasons under legendary coach Joe Marsh, winning two ECAC championships and reaching the 2000 NCAA Frozen Four. After graduation, Jack spent time playing professional hockey in the East Coast Hockey League.
Jack has a Level 4 USA Hockey coaching certification. Prior to Hebron, Jack coached extensively in the minor hockey ranks, holding various coaching positions within the Eastern
Hockey Federation on the South Shore of Massachusetts.
Jack lives on-campus with his wife and son, Jackson ’22. In addition to coaching, Jack works in Admissions and helps to oversee Athletics recruiting at Hebron.
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