Cross Country, Boys: Varsity

Record this season

0 (win) – 4 (loss) – 0 (tie)

Date Time Sport / Team(s) Opponent Venue Result
Sep 17, '16 3:00 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Brush Invitational Home No Team scores kept   iCal
Sep 24, '16 2:30 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Canterbury Invitational Away 3rd Place   iCal
Oct 1, '16 4:20 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Westminster Invitational Away 2nd Place   iCal
Oct 15, '16 3:00 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Loomis Away, Choate Loss - 40-17   iCal
Oct 15, '16 3:00 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Choate Choate Loss - 36-19   iCal
Oct 22, '16 4:15 am Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Exeter Away No score kept   iCal
Oct 29, '16 2:45 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Andover Away Loss - 39-20   iCal
Nov 5, '16 2:45 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
NMH Home Loss - 31-28   iCal
Nov 12, '16 1:30 pm Cross Country, Boys: Varsity
Interscholastics Away, Exeter 5th Place   iCal

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Name Class  Hometown
Tom Dillon 2018 Greenfield, MA
Hughes Benjamin* 2017 New Orleans, LA
Thomas Song 2019 Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Marco Marsans 2018 Southampton, NY
Eli Ji 2019 Amherst, MA
Ethan Thayumanavan* 2017 Amherst, MA
Alex Kaminsky 2017 Swampscott, MA
Donnie Sparks 2018 Providence, RI
JJ Siritantikorn 2019 Bangkok 10170, Thailand
Carter Hampson 2020 Amherst, MA
Ricardo Gonzalez 2019 Hanford, CA
Charles Shearon 2018 Chicago, IL
Kevin Chen 2018 Solon, OH
Will McNamara 2018 Park City, UT
Neil Nie 2019 Beijing 100020, China
Will Sanford 2017 Amherst, MA
Nick Fluty 2020 Draper, UT
Jeffrey So 2019 Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Chris Thagard 2020 Birmingham, AL
Alex Weinman 2019 Hadley, MA
Seth Thayumanavan 2020 Amherst, MA
Teddy McCarthy 2020 Raleigh, NC
Christian Ransom 2019 Bronx, NY
*Denotes Captain
  • A coach with more than a decade's experience coaching prep school Cross Country and Track and Field, Mike holds a Sprints, Hurdles, and Relay Specialist certificate from the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association, in addition to a USATF Level I coaching certification.  In four years as a student-athlete at Williams College, Mike contributed to six New England championship teams (indoors and outdoors), earned All-New England and All-NESCAC honors five times, qualified for the NCAA Division III Championships, and graduated as a school record holder. 

  • 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. 

  • As a high school athlete in Washington State in the 1990s, Andy Stallings ran varsity cross country and track at the state and district championship level for the decorated Lynnwood High School program. He later completed two extracurricular marathons in the Seattle area, and continues to run actively. He brings his knowledge of the Oregon system to coaching, as transmitted by his coach, All-American Pat Haller.