Lacrosse, Boys: Varsity

Record this season

14 (win) – 2 (loss) – 0 (tie)

# Name Class  Position Hometown
1 Thomas Hale 2017 Attack Hingham, MA
2 Carl Savage 2018 Midfield/Attack Englewood, CO
3 Mason Bonnie 2017 Attack San Francisco, CA
4 Brian Davis* 2017 Midfield/Attack Deerfield, MA
5 Jordan Crissy 2017 Defense Naperville, IL
6 Jonathan Donville 2017 Midfield Oakville, Ontario
7 Uno Wait 2017 Midfield New York, NY
8 Camden Kelleher 2018 Attack Longmeadow, MA
9 Ian Crosby 2017 Midfield Yarmouthport, MA
10 Wiggle Kerbrat 2017 Midfield/FO Laguna Niguel, CA
11 Harry Gahagan* 2017 Goalie Glen Cove, NY
12 Bubba Fairman 2017 Attack Salt Lake City, UT
14 Jack Wood 2017 Midfield New Canaan, CT
15 Chad Haggerty 2017 Midfield Stowe, VT
16 Nolen Rockefeller 2018 Midfield New York, NY
17 Jared Strauss* 2017 Midfield Woodmere, NY
18 Sam Powell 2018 Midfield Bronxville, NY
19 Reid Shilling 2017 Defense Lincoln, MA
20 Nate Baker 2019 Midfield Charlotte, NC
21 Thomas Dale 2017 Midfield Darien, CT
22 Cameron Thrasher 2017 Defense Greenwich, CT
23 Will McNamara 2018 Midfield Park City, UT
24 Bayard DeMallie 2019 Attack Ridgewood, NJ
25 Bennett Stankovits 2019 Midfield Rumson, NJ
26 Duncan Mackay 2017 Midfield Alexandria, VA
27 Jackson Caputo* 2017 Defense Riverside, CT
28 Ollie Hollo 2018 LSM Bernardsville, NJ
29 Ned Lynch 2019 LSM Marlborough, MA
31 Henry Bonnie 2020 Attack San Francisco, CA
32 Kevin Hendrick 2018 Defense Bronxville, NY
33 Ted Sullivan 2017 Midfield Tucson, AZ
34 Theo Lenz 2018 Defense Vienna, VA
35 Nick Pecora 2020 Goalie Congers, NY
36 Austin Philie 2019 Midfield East Sandwich, MA
40 Colin McCarthy 2017 Hon. Member Greenfield, MA
41 Young Hur 2018 Attack Stony Brook, NY
42 Jordan Ginder 2018 Midfield/FO New York, NY
44 Luke Crimmins 2017 Midfield Middletown, RI
88 Griffin Thomas 2017 LSM Fairfield, CT
Daulet Cheryazdanov 2017 Manager Almaty, Kazakhstan
Federico Ferragamo 2019 Manager New York, NY
* Denotes Captains
  • Chip Davis has served as head coach of the boys lacrosse team at Deerfield since 1991 and has helped Deerfield earn national recognition on a consistent basis.  The team has finished atop Western New England Boys Lacrosse Division I in thirteen of the past sixteen years, winning that title outright in 2002, 2007, 2011, 2013 & 2016, and sharing the title on eight other occasions. After the 2004 and 2016 seasons, Chip was named Western NE Coach of the Year and in 2011, Deerfield Lacrosse was given the Sportsmanship Award by the Western Mass Officials Association.  

  • Jan Flaska came to the Deerfield community in the fall of 2005.  He is the Dean of Spiritual and Ethical Life, he currently teaches in the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department, and oversees service learning and civic engagement initiatives in the Deerfield Academy community as a member of the Center for Service and Global Citizenship. 

    Jan is pursuing a doctoral degree from Catholic Theological Union (Chicago), focusing on the topic of reclaiming contemplative practices - silence - in the lives of adolescence, as a worthy response to the constant incursion of technology into their lives.  He has a Master's Degree in Divinity from Boston University, and Education from Boston College.  However, he is most proud to call himself a Bowdoin Polar Bear.  

    Jan is an assistant coach for the boys' ice hockey and lacrosse teams at Deerfield Academy.  Currently, he is also the head coach of the Slovak National Lacrosse team and a former captain, and he is the Director of Coaching for Franklin County Football Club (FCFC), a soccer club based at Deerfield Academy.  He has coached men's soccer at the University of Chicago, women's ice hockey at Harvard University, and lacrosse at Boston University and the University of Chicago.  A 1996 graduate of Bowdoin College, Jan contributed to the soccer, hockey, and lacrosse teams there, and served as captain three seasons.  The unsolicited advice he gives any adolescent athlete is to play every sport you can, all the time!

  • Drew Philie returned to Deerfield to work in the Athletic and Admission Offices after four decorated years at the University of Vermont. Drew played lacrosse at UVM, where he was a three-year captain of the team and where his list of awards runs into double-digits, including academic distinctions and athletic honors. A tri-varsity athlete when he was a student at Deerfield, Drew was also the winner of James A. Gunn Award, presented to the member of the senior class who made outstanding contributions to the life of the school through loyalty and leadership. Drew lives in Barton II, coaches Boys Varsity Football, Boys Varsity Hockey, and Boys Varsity Lacrosse, and serves on the Admission Committee and Dorm Council.