- Boston Marathon
- Sports Games on Weekdays
- Deerfield Teachers to Travel to World Cup
- When Boarding School Students Return Home
- Career Club
Three years ago, Boys Varsity Squash played in the fourth division out of seven at the U.S. High School Squash National Championships. Now recent success has propelled the squad into the top 10 teams in the nation.
Should Deerfield bring in professional coaches?
As Miles Smachlo ’16 concludes his first season on the Varsity Boys’ Swim team, he has established himself as an important asset to the group, which has amassed a record of 5-1-1.
In the past two years, professional Squash player Osama Khalifa ’14, has won over 60 times in not only Egyptian tournaments, but also the German, British, Swiss, Australia and World Squash Opens.
This season, he Girls Varsity Squash team has outscored opponents 35-1 during its first five matches, which have included competitions against accomplished teams such as Hotchkiss, Milton, Groton and Choate.
Professional photographer Jeff Brown is the man behind the camera, photographing sports games, dances, and school portraits for Deerfield since 2005.
With triumphs such as winning “the state tournament once, the annual Waterville tournament once, and [being] the top goalie at the college exhibition camp [she] attended this summer,” Insuik is clearly a rising star in the hockey world.
Emily Yue ’16 has achieved notable success in her hockey career at Deerfield and beyond, including a spot on the Chinese Olympic team competing in 2014.
Students who expertise on sports the school doesn’t offer are trying new sports to maintain their level of fitness.
Ally Benedict ’13 decided to spend her senior winter skiing at Killington Mountain School (KMS), a Vermont ski academy.