Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference

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FCIAC, the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference, was established in 1961 and is made up of high schools throughout Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. FCIAC hosts more than 100 combined championship/ tournament games for all sports throughout the academic year.[1]

Member Schools[edit]

East Division[edit]

School Mascot Location Colors
Darien High School Blue Wave Darien, Connecticut Blue & White
Fairfield Warde High School Mustangs Fairfield, Connecticut Red, White, & Black
New Canaan High School Rams New Canaan, Connecticut Red & Black
St. Joseph High School Cadets Trumbull, Connecticut Maroon & Gold
Trinity Catholic High School Crusaders Stamford, Connecticut Green & Gold
Wilton High School Warriors Wilton, Connecticut Blue & White

Central Division[edit]

School Mascot Location Colors
Brien McMahon High School Senators Norwalk, Connecticut Red, White, & Blue
Fairfield Ludlowe High School Falcons Fairfield, Connecticut Blue, Silver, & White
Norwalk High School Bears Norwalk, Connecticut Green & White
Ridgefield High School Tigers Ridgefield, Connecticut Orange & Black
Stamford High School Black Knights Stamford, Connecticut Orange & Black

West Division[edit]

School Mascot Location Colors
Central High School Hilltoppers Bridgeport, Connecticut Black & Red
Danbury High School Mad Hatters Danbury, Connecticut Blue & Orange
Greenwich High School Cardinals Greenwich, Connecticut Red, White, & Black
Staples High School Wreckers Westport, Connecticut Blue & White
Trumbull High School Eagles Trumbull, Connecticut Black & Gold
Westhill High School Vikings Stamford, Connecticut Purple & Gold


Coaches Guy Whitten (Wilton) and Howard Benedict (New Canaan) are believed to be the "Founding Fathers of Connecticut Lacrosse." In 2008 in Inside Lacrosse Magazine, Bates Head Lacrosse Coach, Peter Lasagna stated "Guy Whitten (Wilton) and Howard Benedict (New Canaan) created cultures of excellence to be envied."[2]

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