|Date||Time||Sport / Team(s)||Opponent||Venue||Result|
|Mar 27, '20||4:00 pm||
|Mar 28, '20||3:00 pm||
||Belmont Hill||Away, Belmont Hill||Canceled||iCal|
|Apr 1, '20||3:30 pm||
|Apr 4, '20||3:00 pm||
||Cushing Academy||Away, Cushing Academy||Canceled||iCal|
|Apr 6, '20||4:00 pm||
|Apr 8, '20||4:00 pm||
|Apr 11, '20||2:30 pm||
|Apr 15, '20||4:00 pm||
|Apr 18, '20||1:00 pm||
|Apr 18, '20||3:00 pm||
|Apr 22, '20||3:30 pm||
|Apr 25, '20||1:00 pm||
|Apr 25, '20||3:00 pm||
|Apr 29, '20||3:30 pm||
|May 2, '20||4:00 pm||
|May 4, '20||4:30 pm||
|May 9, '20||12:30 pm||
|May 9, '20||3:30 pm||
|May 11, '20||4:30 pm||
|May 13, '20||3:30 pm||
|May 16, '20||12:00 pm||
||Central New England Tournament||TBD||iCal|
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|1||Matt Shea||2019||OF||Somerset, MA|
|2||Tripp Hindle||2021||OF/SS/2B||Rye, NH|
|3||Jack O'Neil||2020||2B/SS||South Deerfield, MA|
|4||Javy Irizarry*||2019||3B||Amherst, MA|
|5||Henry Renelus||2020||P||Valley Stream, NY|
|6||Andy Pelc||2021||C/OF||Whately, MA|
|7||Tyler Mudd||2021||P/OF||Shrewsbury, MA|
|8||Matthew Gardner||2020||P/OF||South Deerfield, MA|
|9||Kevin Griffin||2021||2B/3B||Montreal, QC|
|10||Levi Constant||2019||OF||Hadley, MA|
|11||Max Stevens||2020||OF||Lexington, MA|
|12||Dylan Skov||2019||SS/P||Piedmont, CA|
|13||Thomas Leimkuhler||2021||P/SS/2B||Acton, MA|
|14||Davis Cook||2021||2B/3B/OF||Carbondale, CO|
|15||Alex Smith||2019||1B||Dhahran, 31311, Saudi Arabia|
|16||Peter Marchese||2020||C||Longmeadow, MA|
|17||Charlie Sinnott||2021||P/OF||Wellesley, MA|
|18||Thomas Gale||2019||C||Kirkland, QC|
|19||Sam MacKenzie||2021||C/1B||Burlington, VT|
|20||David Thomas*||2020||P/1B||Hillsborough, CA|
|21||Tait Kline||2022||OF||East Chatham, NY|
|22||Nyle Kamil||2022||SS/P||Westborough, MA|
|27||Henry Gustavson*||2020||P/1B||Southborough, MA|
|33||Tynan Creagh||2022||P/OF||Deerfield, MA|
|Yusuf Mukhtar||2020||MANAGER||Milton, MA|
|Bennett Pitcher||2021||MANAGER||Deerfield, MA|
Moriarty enters his third year at Deerfield as the Head Varsity Baseball Coach and College Advisor. Prior to arriving to Deerfield, Pat spent the past 12 years as the Varsity Head Baseball coach at his alma mater Cathedral/Pope Francis High School in Springfield, Massachusetts. In 12 seasons at Cathedral/Pope Francis, Moriarty amassed an overall record of 183-77 and has qualified for the playoffs every year. Moriarty won a Western Mass Division I Championship in 2014 and earned a berth into the Massachusetts IA Super 8 Tournament in 2016, a first for any Western MA high school. Moriarty was also selected for the 2016 Western Mass Coach of the Year award by Masslive/Springfield Republican. In addition, he has coached three professional baseball players and has placed over 30 student athletes into various levels of college baseball.
The Springfield, MA native graduated from American International College in 1995 with a degree in Sociology. Moriarty founded the Springfield Rifles youth Baseball program in 2012 and currently coaches the U13 team. Moriarty is also the Director of Youth Development for the Springfield Rifles Hockey organization and coaches the 2005 Springfield Rifles Elite Hockey team.
Moriarty was inducted into the Cathedral High School Hall of Fame in 2013. His hobbies include golf and running. Pat lives at Deerfield with his wife, Michelle, daughter Morgan and son Conor.
After graduating from Deerfield in 1979, Marc Dancer spent a post-graduate year at Harrow School in England. He then earned his BS from St. Lawrence University in 1984, majoring in mathematics and music. Marc was subsequently awarded a Watson Fellowship to study change-ringing in the UK.
Coach DeMartino is the defensive coordinator and coaches the offensive line and linebackers. Coach DeMartino played defensive back at Hamilton College from 2003-2007 and was elected captain his senior season.
After graduating, Coach DeMartino was the defensive coordinator, running backs coach and linebackers coach at Berkshire School. After 3 seasons at Berkshire, Coach DeMartino moved up to the college ranks in 2010, coaching the tight ends and defensive line at Trinity College for 4 seasons and the offensive line and tight ends at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN for 3 seasons. In 4 seasons at Trinity, the team finished 30-2 and won 2 NESCAC conference championships. In 3 seasons at Rhodes, the team finished 20-10 and won 1 SAA conference championship.
At Deerfield, Coach DeMartino works in the Admissions Office, lives in Barton dorm and coaches varsity baseball in the spring.