- Cross Country
- Field Hockey
- Boys Soccer
- Unified Sports
- Girls Soccer
- Girls Tennis
- Girls Volleyball
Lincoln High School varsity cheerleading has taken new direction. Cheerleaders are able to participate in the fall season with football and the winter season with basketball. Competitive cheer takes place in winter and early spring. The coach is Cassie Lyne.
The 40 members of Lincoln’s Cross Country/Track & Field team are coached throughout the year by boys head coach John Menna and girls head coach Sue Carlson. All interested students are welcome to join and experience is not necessary. Athletes compete at various state, New England and national events.
The Lincoln High School football team competes as a member of the Rhode Island Interscholastic League in Division III. The football program encourages student athletes to play with poise and intensity and succeed by displaying character and commitment. Lincoln Football provides the opportunity for students to challenge themselves physically. The benefits of discipline and hard work are on display Friday nights in the fall on the field turf of Ferguson Field. Come and be a part of the experience. Head Coach Sean Cavanaugh is assisted by Tom Burlingame, Paul Dalpe, Sean Gaughan, Phil Gould and Paul Magliocco.
The Lincoln High School Field Hockey team is a competitive Division 1 Varsity and JV program that works hard to produce exceptional athletes and well-rounded young women. We play against the most competitive field hockey programs in Rhode Island and work hard to battle our way to the top. The team has won the RIFHCA Sportsman Ship award several years in a row and our players have begun competing year-round to improve our skills; however, our team also recognizes that importance of philanthropy. Our team plays a “Pink Game” every season to show our dedication and support to finding a cure for breast cancer though our camaraderie and love of the sport. The team donates all concession sales to the American Cancer Society. The head coach is Mrs. Ashley Pavao and her assistant coaches are Ms. Meghan Maguire and Mr. Russell Metivier.
A team with a winning tradition, the Lincoln High School boys soccer team has appeared in four RIIL State Championship finals in recent years. Every year we look forward to the talented group of 9th graders that will help the program continue to flourish.
Dedicated to promoting social inclusion through shared sports training and competition experiences, Unified Sports joins people with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team. It is inspired by a simple principle: training together and playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding. In Unified Sports, teams are made up of people of similar age and ability, which makes practices more fun and games more challenging and exciting for all. Having sport in common is just one more way that preconceptions and false ideas are swept away. Lincoln High School participates in Unified Volleyball in the Fall and Unified Basketball in the Spring.
The Lincoln High School girls soccer team competes in the competitive RIIL Division I. Built on a strong core of young players and established vets, the team is always looking to continue growing and building on the success of previous seasons. Sign-ups take place in June and tryouts/practices begin at the end of August.
The head coach is Christopher Allen and assistant coach is Graham Souness.
Lincoln High School offers both junior varsity and varsity squads. The JV squad gives the younger girls a great opportunity to learn and refine their skills and the varsity squad is made up of 10 competitive, dedicated young athletes that compete at the Division II level. Players are provided with opportunities for tournaments as individuals, double partners, as well as at the team level. Mr. Lahoud is the head coach and Mrs. DeLuca is the assistant coach.
Lincoln High School offers both junior varsity and varsity squads. The JV squad gives the younger girls a great opportunity to learn and refine their skills and the varsity squad is made up of competitive, dedicated young athletes that compete at the Division II level. Mrs. Jane Fish is the head coach and Miss Amy Gobeille is the assistant coach.