Lacrosse, Girls: Junior Varsity

# Name Class  Position Hometown
2 Anna Zusi 2022 Leeds, MA
5 Erin Howe 2020 Deerfield, MA
6 Olivia Geraci 2019 New York, NY
7 Kiki Brainard 2022 Key Largo, FL
8 Caroline Hoff 2022 Wellesley, MA
9 Emily Henderson 2019 Greenwich, CT
11 Lisa Ito-Bagshaw 2021 Hadley, MA
12 Caroline Mahony 2021 Wilton, CT
14 Lauren Stenger 2022 Lafayette, CA
15 Mira Binzen 2020 Amherst, MA
16 Isabella Geraci 2019 New York, NY
17 Brianna Felice 2021 Middletown, NJ
18 Caroline Carpenter 2019 Bedford, NY
19 Ellie Shilling 2021 Lincoln, MA
21 Kate Stenger 2022 Lafayette, CA
22 Emily Stonestreet 2019 Weston, MA
23 Hunter Keller 2020 Deerfield, MA
24 Kailey Smith 2022 Framingham, MA
G Maria Vieira 2022 Newark, NJ
G Lourdes Klem 2022 Miami, FL
Caleigh Manguilli 2020 North Haven, CT
Cassidy Cook 2022 MANAGER Carbondale, CO
Ashley Stewart 2020 MANAGER Hollis, NY
  • Molly came to Deerfield in 2018 after three years in the science department at the Hotchkiss School. She was a UPenn Teaching Fellow while at Hotchkiss, earning her M.S.Ed. before joining the Hotchkiss faculty full-time at the end of the Fellows program. At Deerfield, Molly teaches AP Biology and Biology I Accelerated, lives in the dorm, and is a member of the Varsity Soccer and JV Lacrosse coaching staffs. As a Brown University graduate with a degree in biology, Molly also found a love for running and rock climbing in college and trained for long distance races. As a Boston area native, she is looking forward to finding new routes to run and climb in the western half of the state.

  • Nina graduated from Columbia University with a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering. She has worked in boarding schools for 18 years teaching math and coaching girls’ lacrosse and basketball. Nina previously taught and coached at Phillips Exeter Academy, The Lawrenceville School, Peddie School, and The Hotchkiss School. Nina is a regular presenter at NCTM math conferences and recently finished a three year term as part of the National Writing Committee for MATHCOUNTS competitions. Nina loves teaching problem solving and sharing her building and creating skills with her students. She resides on campus in the freshman village with her husband and they will both look forward to college break visits from their four children.