Girls Varsity Basketball

Girls Varsity Basketball

The girls basketball program strives to create a safe and nurturing athletic environment which allows athletes to reach their full potential as basketball players while enjoying a fulfilling team experience. We teach team above self, demand commitment to the program, and insist on respect for coaches, teammates and managers. We hope to make Nobles proud and attempt to win with humility and lose with class. We want our team to feel like a family and the coaches work tirelessly to try to create that atmosphere.

Coming off of their 14th straight ISL championship season (166 – 2 in the 14 year stretch including 121 straight league victories) and their 6th consecutive New England Championship, Nobles girls varsity basketball looks to add more banners to the gym walls. Our returning players stand poised to continue the great legacy of Nobles basketball while also writing their own individual history.

Alex Gallagher

Head Coach At nobles since

Alex Gallagher ’90 has just completed his 19th season as head coach of the girls varsity basketball team. Gallagher has amassed a record of 401–95 (499–110 career record) in his 19 years, including 15 ISL Championships (201–5 during that stretch) and 7 New England Class A titles (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018.) Prior to coming to Nobles, Gallagher spent five years as the head boys coach at Weston High School. During his time there, Gallagher won three league titles and one state championship and was named Boston Globe Coach of the Year in 1998. Gallagher was also the head assistant coach at Stonehill College, director of the Weston Wildcat Basketball Camp for four years and the director of Hoop Mountain basketball School for four years.