Baseball: Varsity

Record this season

5 (win) – 13 (loss) – 0 (tie)

Date Time Sport / Team(s) Opponent Venue Result
Mar 30, '17 4:00 pm Baseball: Varsity
Pope Francis (S) Home Scrimmage - No Score Reported   iCal
Apr 1, '17 1:00 pm Baseball: Varsity
Belmont Hill (S) Away Canceled   iCal
Apr 5, '17 3:30 pm Baseball: Varsity
Loomis Home Loss - 3-5   iCal
Apr 8, '17 2:30 pm Baseball: Varsity
Cushing Home Win - 5-2   iCal
Apr 10, '17 4:00 pm Baseball: Varsity
Mohawk Trail Regional HS Home Scrimmage - No Score Reported   iCal
Apr 12, '17 4:00 pm Baseball: Varsity
Taft Away Loss - 1-10   iCal
Apr 15, '17 2:30 pm Baseball: Varsity
NMH Home Win - 9-7   iCal
Apr 19, '17 4:00 pm Baseball: Varsity
Worcester Home Loss - 4-10   iCal
Apr 22, '17 2:00 am Baseball: Varsity
Tabor (DH) Away Loss - 5-1   iCal
Apr 22, '17 2:00 pm Baseball: Varsity
Tabor (DH) Away Loss - 7-1   iCal
Apr 26, '17 3:30 pm Baseball: Varsity
Choate Away Canceled   iCal
Apr 29, '17 1:00 pm Baseball: Varsity
Exeter (DH) Home Loss - 2-5   iCal
Apr 29, '17 1:00 pm Baseball: Varsity
Exeter (DH) Home Loss - 5-16   iCal
May 3, '17 3:30 pm Baseball: Varsity
Cushing Away Win - 6-4   iCal
May 6, '17 3:45 pm Baseball: Varsity
Worcester Away Loss - 1-9   iCal
May 8, '17 4:15 pm Baseball: Varsity
NMH Away Win - 8-3   iCal
May 10, '17 4:15 pm Baseball: Varsity
Dexter School Home Loss - 4-16   iCal
May 13, '17 12:00 pm Baseball: Varsity
Andover (DH) Home Loss - 1-4   iCal
May 13, '17 12:00 pm Baseball: Varsity
Andover (DH) Home Loss - 0-5   iCal
May 15, '17 4:30 pm Baseball: Varsity
Williston Home Canceled   iCal
May 17, '17 4:00 pm Baseball: Varsity
Avon Away Loss - 5-14   iCal
May 19, '17 4:30 pm Baseball: Varsity
NMH, Walker Tournament Away Win - 1-0   iCal
May 20, '17 1:30 pm Baseball: Varsity
Choate, Walker Tournament Away, Choate Loss - 3-7   iCal

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# Name Class  Position Hometown
1 Jake Presnal 2018 OF Ludlow, MA
2 John Esposito 2017 IF Greenwich, CT
4 Javy Irizarry 2019 3B, 1B Amherst, MA
5 Sammy St. Jean 2018 IF, OF West Springfield, MA
6 Dylan Presnal 2017 1B, RHP Ludlow, MA
8 Chris Camelio 2018 IF Falmouth, ME
9 Jared Pantalony 2018 OF, LHP Brooklyn, NY
10 Will Suter 2017 RHP Austin, TX
11 Owen MacPhee 2018 OF Royalston, MA
12 Griffin McDowell 2018 RHP Vienna, VA
14 Nick Solberg 2018 RHP Santa Monica, CA
15 Colman Shea 2018 OF, RHP Boston, MA
16 Peter Marchese 2020 C Longmeadow, MA
17 Cameron Snow 2018 OF Winchester, MA
18 Donnie Sparks 2018 OF Williamsburg, VA
20 David Thomas 2020 IF, RHP Kensington, CA
21 Eamon McNamara 2020 C Bolton, MA
27 Henry Gustavson 2020 1B, RHP Southborough, MA
33 Taylor Roberts 2018 OF New York, NY
Matthew Gardner 2020 C South Deerfield, MA
Thomas Gale 2019 C Kirkland, Quebec
Lindsay Warger 2017 Manager Shelburne Falls, MA
Sally Sirothphiphat 2017 Manager Washington, DC
*Denotes Captain
  • Steve August has worked in baseball since 1990. He served the Boston Red Sox as Traveling Secretary from 1990 to 1995 and as Assistant General Manager through 1998.  He worked with players and coaches at all levels, traveled with the team, and managed baseball operations. Prior to his career in baseball, Steve taught English and coached at independent schools until 1985.  He earned his B.A. in English from the University of Massachusetts, and a Masters from Harvard University.

    From 2000-2001 Steve co-directed Wolfe Associates, a baseball and hockey agency.  In 2003 Steve founded the New England Baseball Club, (The Ruffnecks).  The Ruffnecks have earned a reputation as a nationally recognized College Development Baseball Program.  In 2010 Steve was awarded the John Mocny Award for Distinguished Service by the Continental Amateur Baseball Association.  In 2011 the Ruffnecks were named National Program of the Year.  Steve was also honored by the Massachusetts High School Baseball Coaches Association in 2012.  He serves the baseball community as an advocate for players in the college recruiting process, working with student-athletes who aspire to play in college.  Steve spearheaded the construction and was the CEO of the New England Baseball Complex, the only turfed baseball facility of its kind in the Northeast. 


    He and his wife, Anne, have two children, Sam and Jennifer, and a grandson, Niko.  

  • 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.

  • Dr. Lopez grew up playing baseball in Puerto Rico and Florida. He played high school baseball as a catcher. While pursuing his doctorate at the University of California at Berkeley, he played in San Francisco’s Adult Hardball League. Moreover, while finishing his dissertation at Columbia University, he played in New York City’s Men’s Adult Baseball League. During this time, he also coached baseball youth leagues. In essence, Dr. Lopez has never not played ball. In 2006, Dr. Lopez began grappling, training in the martial art of Brazilian jiu-jitsu. Jiu-jitsu mixes wrestling, judo, and ground grappling techniques to submit an opponent and winning a match by getting them to “tap out.” Dr. Lopez received his black belt from America Top Team mixed martial arts after ten years of continuous training. He has been teaching jiu-jitsu for the past four years. Dr. Lopez is looking forward to assisting the baseball and wrestling teams at Deerfield Academy.