Crew, Boys: Varsity

Record this season

7 (win) – 0 (loss) – 0 (tie)

Date Time Sport / Team(s) Opponent Venue Result
Apr 8, '17 4:00 pm Crew, Boys: Varsity
Belmont Hill, Exeter (S) Away Details →   iCal
Apr 22, '17 2:30 pm Crew, Boys: Varsity
Brooks, St. Mark's Away Win - Boats 1-4 - 1st   iCal
Apr 29, '17 2:00 pm Crew, Boys: Varsity
Pomfret Quad Away Win - Boats #1-7 - 1st   iCal
May 7, '17 9:00 am Crew, Boys: Varsity
Wayland, Weston Away Win - Boats 1 & 3 - 1st Boats 2, 4 & 5 - 1st   iCal
May 13, '17 3:00 pm Crew, Boys: Varsity
Middlesex, Nobles Away Win - Boat 1-5 - 1st Place   iCal
May 20, '17 2:00 pm Crew, Boys: Varsity
Choate, Gunnery, Taft Away Win - Boats 1-4 - 1st Place   iCal
May 27, '17 8:00 am Crew, Boys: Varsity
NEIRA Away Win - 1st, 3rd & 4th Boat - 1st Place 2nd Boat - 3rd Place Win Team Championship   iCal
Jun 9, '17 10:54 am Crew, Boys: Varsity
Youth National Championships Away 3rd - Advance to Semis   iCal
Jun 9, '17 3:12 pm Crew, Boys: Varsity
Youth National Championships Away 1st in Semifinals - Advance to Grand Final   iCal
Jun 11, '17 9:06 am Crew, Boys: Varsity
Youth National Championships Away Win - Grand Final   iCal

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Name Class  Hometown
Will Briskin 2017 Weston, MA
Griffin Sarachek 2017 New York, NY
Dani Michelson 2017 Irvine, CA
Luca Basile 2017 Harvard, MA
Gordon Johnson* 2017 Greenwich, CT
William Ughetta 2017 New York, NY
Will Sanford 2017 Amherst, MA
Cassie Deshong 2017 Brooklyn, NY
Freddie Johnson* 2017 Hobe Sound, FL
Jack Brown 2018 Dayton, OH
Andrew Peck 2018 Toronto, Ontario
Oliver Diamond 2018 Heath, MA
Everett Tsai 2018 Singapore 258331, Singapore
Zev York 2018 New Haven, CT
Henry Hayden 2018 Branford, CT
Philip Weymouth 2018 New York, NY
Charlie Pink 2018 New York, NY
Avery Reed 2018 Hobe Sound, FL
Jackson Pitcher 2019 Deerfield, MA
Henry Lowe 2019 Pacific Palisades, CA
Kishor Bharadwaj 2019 Lexington, MA
JP Patton 2019 South Deerfield, MA
Punisa Lekovic 2019 San Marino, CA
Owen Louis 2019 Hinsdale, IL
Inthat Boonpongmanee 2019 Richland, WA
Gabe Moos 2019 Los Angeles, CA
Robby O'Brien 2019 Delray Beach, FL
Matt Wierzbicki 2019 Hadley, MA
Peter Everett 2019 New York, NY
JJ Siritantikorn 2019 Bangkok 10170, Thailand
Shaun Kronenwetter 2019 Grantham, NH
Dylan Bane 2020 San Francisco, CA
Guiseppe Mollo 2020 South Deerfield, MA
John Chung 2020 Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
Tommy Gilmore 2020 San Jose 1000, Costa Rica
Peps Fanjul 2020 Palm Beach, FL
Chris Thagard 2020 Birmingham, AL
Jimmy Patton 2020 Houston, TX
Nick Fluty 2020 Draper, UT
Seth Thayumanavan 2020 Amherst, MA
* Denotes captain
  • Spencer graduated from Princeton University in 2005 with a degree in History. While at Princeton, he was a member of the heavyweight rowing team and served as the team captain during his senior year. After Princeton, Spencer spent two years working at the Hun School of Princeton, where he was a History teacher and the assistant director of Residential Life. He was also the head coach of the girls rowing program. In the fall of 2007, Spencer returned to Princeton as the assistant coach of the lightweight rowing program and spent two years with that group. In his second year, he helped the Varsity 8+ to championship wins at the Eastern Sprints, the IRA National Championships as well as at the Henley Royal Regatta in England. Spencer transitioned to the heavyweight squad where he was the assistant coach for five years, and he coached four crews to silver medals at the Eastern Sprints and twice had crews earn medals at the IRA National Championships.

    Over the past two years at Deerfield, Spencer and the boys' crew program have continue to build upon the already successful history of rowing at Deerfield.  In the spring of 2015, the boys first varsity 4+ won the NEIRA Championships and followed that up with a bronze medal finish at the US Rowing Youth National Championships.  Those results were matched in 2016 with another NEIRA championship in the boys first varsity 4+ and another 3rd place result at the US Rowing Youth National Championships.

    Spencer resides in New Dorm with his wife, Megan, and their three boys, Caden, Teague and Ryan.

  • Sam joins the Deerfield Faculty as a Penn Fellow after graduating with honors in History at Williams College in 2015. At Williams, Sam wrote "'The Mecca of a Thousand Noble Aspirations:' The Struggle for Freedom in New Bern, NC 1862-1866," an undergraduate thesis on Wartime Reconstruction in coastal NC, which received the Robert Dalzell Prize for primary research. Sam walked on to the crew team at Williams, rowing all four years and serving as co- captain his senior year. In addition to athletics, he sang in an a cappella group and worked as a teaching assistant for the history department. A native of Raleigh, North Carolina, Sam cultivates his southern roots through his passions for basketball, barbecue, and the blues.

  • Sam graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy in 2010, where he earned varsity distinctions in cross country, indoor track, and rowing. On the track, Sam specialized in the 400m and 600m events and captained his senior season. As a rower, Sam raced in the first varsity eight during his junior and senior springs, and earned the MVP trophy his senior year. After PEA, Sam graduated from Dartmouth College in 2014 with a degree in English and Classical Languages. While at Dartmouth, he rowed on the lightweight team and served as team captain during his senior year. Sam rowed in the first varsity eight all three of his eligible seasons and won silver medals at the 2012 Eastern Sprints and IRA Championships, as well as a bronze at the 2013 Eastern Sprints. In 2014, he won the Big Green Oar, awarded to the MVP of the lightweights.

    After Dartmouth, Sam spent two years working at the Hun School of Princeton, where he taught English and Latin, and coached the novice boys crew and head coached the cross country teams. In 2016, the Hun novice boys won silver at the PSRA City Championship, gold at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship, and silver at the MAPL championship.

    Throughout his athletic career, Sam has spent his summers guiding long wilderness canoe trips in northern Canada, and attributes his athletic philosophy to his experience traversing the north woods. At Deerfield, Sam lives in Field dorm, teaches English and coaches both boys cross-country and crew.