The Kent Baseball program has had a proud and rich tradition over the past several decades. Kent Baseball competes in the talent-rich Founders League, known as one of the strongest leagues in the New England Area and the country.
Every player receives outstanding coaching and the opportunity to learn, develop, and improve their baseball skills on a daily basis.
The baseball program has been built on the belief that a team who is fundamentally sound and mentally tough is hard to beat. Kent Baseball players prepare physically and mentally for every practice and every game.
Kent baseball players are expected to act in a manner both on and off the field that their team, their school and their family can be proud of.
Coach Jake Bennett
Coach Jake Bennett is a graduate of the Noble and Greenough School where he was an all-ISL selection for multiple years. He then went on to play for Bryan Adamski at Trinity College. During his college career, Coach Bennett played a versatile role for the Bantams, playing third and first base, as well as catcher. While attending Trinity, Coach Bennett also worked as a member of the Team South East coaching staff for the Bay State Games, helping guide the team to two gold medals, a silver, and a bronze. As an Assistant to Coach Murray (Noble and Greenough Varsity Baseball Coach), Coach Bennett worked with the infielders and hitters in the evaluating and coaching process. He has also assisted in the NCAA recruitment and commitment of nearly 60 players from the greater Massachusetts area. At Kent, Coach Bennett works in Admissions, is an advisor and dorm parent, and coaches Varsity Boys' Hockey.