Ed Reilly is the Director of Athletics at Worcester Academy. Ed was Head Basketball Coach at Bryant College (1989-2001). He was also Assistant Basketball Coach at Holy Cross (1982- 1989), Princeton University (1980-1982) and Brown University (1978-1980), as well as the former Director of the Eddie Reilly Basketball School. Ed has over 30 years experience as a camp director and clinician and was recently inducted into the NE Basketball Hall of Fame.
Anna Clifford has been playing volleyball for ten years. She was mvp of the Worcester Academy team her junior and senior year. She served as team captain her senior year and went on to play at Colby College. She has coached at various camps and clinics, including the Worcester Academy Volleyball Camp, the collEdge Volleyball Recruiting Camp, and National Women in Sports Day training sessions. She still plays volleyball in local beach leagues and at regional adult tournaments through Yankee.
Tony Johnson, Head Varsity Football Coach at Worcester Academy, has over 24 years of coaching experience at both the college and high school levels. Tony coached for 17 years at Bishop Guertin High School where he won 6 state championship titles and was a finalist in 11 championship games. He has coached at the collegiate level at University of New Hampshire, St. Anselm’s College and Plymouth State College. Tony is a 1982 graduate of the University of Rhode Island.
James Proctor serves as camp director and is also the Varsity Boys Head Soccer Coach at Worcester Academy. James just finished his 14th year at the helm of the Worcester Academy boys soccer program—compiling a 157-55-37 record, which includes one final, four New England Prep semi-finals and nine New England Prep quarter-final appearances. James currently holds a United States Soccer Federation “B” coaching license. In 2007 James was the NSCAA Mass Prep School Boys Soccer Coach of the year. Before moving into full-time coaching, James was a professional soccer player for 13 years and played in both England and the United States.