Soccer, Girls: Reserve

Record this season

10 (win) – 2 (loss) – 0 (tie)

Date Time Sport / Team(s) Opponent Venue Result
Sep 18, '19 3:30 pm Soccer, Girls: Reserve
Miss Porter's Home Win - 3-2 iCal
Sep 25, '19 2:30 pm Soccer, Girls: Reserve
NMH Home Win - 7-0 iCal
Sep 27, '19 4:00 pm Soccer, Girls: Reserve
Frontier Home Win - 3-0 iCal
Oct 5, '19 3:00 pm Soccer, Girls: Reserve
Cushing Academy Away Win - 6-1 iCal
Oct 10, '19 4:00 pm Soccer, Girls: Reserve
Bement Away, Bement Loss - 1-2 iCal
Oct 12, '19 2:30 pm Soccer, Girls: Reserve
Loomis Away, Loomis Win - 4-0 iCal
Oct 16, '19 3:00 pm Soccer, Girls: Reserve
Bement Home Loss - 0-4 iCal
Oct 19, '19 2:30 pm Soccer, Girls: Reserve
Westminster Home Win - 4-0 iCal
Oct 23, '19 3:00 pm Soccer, Girls: Reserve
Vermont Academy Home Win - 7-5 iCal
Oct 27, '19 1:30 pm Soccer, Girls: Reserve
Andover Home Canceled iCal
Oct 30, '19 3:00 pm Soccer, Girls: Reserve
Suffield Home Win - 3-1 iCal
Nov 6, '19 3:00 pm Soccer, Girls: Reserve
Loomis Home Win - 5-0 iCal
Nov 9, '19 10:30 am Soccer, Girls: Reserve
Choate Home Win - 5-0 iCal

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# Name Class Position Hometown
2 Grace Honos 2022 Marblehead, MA
3 Caroline Ghirardini 2023 West Palm Beach, FL
4 Anne Ott 2022 Deerfield, MA
5 Ismay Anderson 2022 New York, NY
6 Jasmine Decossard 2022 Warwick, NY
7 Maddie Poole 2021 Leverett, MA
8 Valentina Williamson 2023 Mexico City, Mexico
9 Jenelvis Rodriguez 2022 Woonsocket, RI
11 Amelia Tyler 2023 Modesto, CA
12 Kami Meier 2022 Deerfield, MA
14 Alex Gold 2023 Westport, CT
15 Marnie Todd 2023 Concord, MA
16 Jazz Baker 2022 Atlanta, GA
18 Annalisa Fang 2022 Hopkinton, MA
20 Summer Zhou 2023 Shenzhen, China
21 Lila Nottage 2022 Nassau, Bahamas
23 Sabrina Ticer-Wurr 2021 Chicago, IL
24 Ella Hynds 2023 Deerfield, MA
Stella Kerwin Derrick 2023 Newton, MA
Devon L'Esperance 2022 MANAGER New York, NY
Daly Baker 2022 MANAGER New Canaan, CT
  • Eliza graduated with highest honors from Princeton University, where she concentrated in art history and earned a certificate in creative writing. Her senior thesis on Marcel Duchamp received the Irma S. Seitz Prize in the Field of Modern Art and her collection of poems received an award for Outstanding Work by a Senior from the Program in Creative Writing. While at Princeton, she was editor-in-chief of the Nassau Weekly and led a consent activism group called SpeakOut. After graduating, she lived in Luang Prabang, Laos for two years, where she worked as a festival coordinator for the Luang Prabang Film Festival, studied the Lao language, and developed her spice tolerance. Eliza is currently pursuing a master’s degree in education from the University of Pennsylvania through the Penn Residency Master’s in Teaching program. She teaches tenth-grade English, coaches debate and girls’ thirds soccer, and lives on Pocumtuck III.

  • Heidi Valk has cultivated the girls soccer program at Deerfield from its roots. Under her tutelage, the squad has amassed a 109-60 record. In 1996, the girls posted an undefeated season, captured the Western New England title, and finished second in the New England Prep School tournament.

    Before coming to Deerfield, Heidi coached the JV soccer and lacrosse teams at the Nichols School in Buffalo, NY. She also held coaching positions in those sports at St. Paul’s School in New Hampshire, where she was an intern. Heidi played both soccer and lacrosse for three years at Mount Holyoke College; as an exchange student, she contributed to both teams in her junior year at Bowdoin College in Maine.