Lacrosse, Boys: Varsity

# Name Class  Position Hometown
1 Thomas Stull 2021 LSM Niantic, CT
2 Henry Bonnie 2020 A San Francisco, CA
3 Austin Philie* 2019 M East Sandwich, MA
4 Bennett Stankovits 2019 M Rumson, NJ
5 Ethan Barnard 2019 FO/M Boxford, MA
6 Jack Bill 2019 M Huntington, NY
7 Joe Dowling 2021 A Greenwich, CT
8 Mamadou Meite 2019 M New York, NY
9 Kade Goldberg 2021 M Boynton Beach, FL
10 Nate Baker* 2019 M Charlotte, NC
11 Carter Weymouth 2020 D New York, NY
12 Ned Lynch 2019 D Marlborough, MA
14 Teddy Rockefeller 2021 M New York, NY
15 Matt Pecora 2020 A Congers, NY
16 Griffin Schutz 2021 M Trumbull, CT
17 Luca Antongiovanni 2020 M Coquitlam, BC
18 Steven Li 2019 FO/M South Burlington, VT
19 Greyson Mokarow 2019 D Dallas, TX
20 Nick Pecora 2020 G Congers, NY
21 Reece Lagerquist 2019 D Scarborough, ME
22 Bayard DeMallie 2019 A Ridgewood, NJ
23 Jack Pacheco 2019 M Milton, MA
24 Carter Hampson 2020 LSM/D Amherst, MA
25 Ryan Welch 2020 M Weston, MA
26 Nolan Zusi 2019 A Leeds, MA
27 Graham O'Brien 2019 D Towson, MD
28 Connor Guest 2020 M Peterborough, ON
29 Billy Curtis 2021 A/M Beverly Farms, MA
30 Michael Holland 2019 M Charlotte, NC
32 Teddy Durfee 2019 A Bedford Hills, NY
33 Zach Davis 2020 M/A Deerfield, MA
34 Chris Goranov 2020 M Darien, CT
36 Sam Rockett 2020 LSM/D Marblehead, MA
40 Michael Scharfenberger 2021 G Manhasset, NY
41 Jimmy Goranov 2020 LSM Darien, CT
42 Cooper DeMallie 2022 A Ridgewood, NJ
44 Jonathan Ford 2019 LSM Rancho Santa Fe, CA
49 Bryce Pang 2022 G Matthews, NC
88 Aidan Philie 2020 D East Sandwich, MA
Sai Dulam 2019 MANAGER Natchez, MS
* 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.  

  • At Deerfield, Parker Lawlor teaches computer science, coaches soccer and lacrosse, and is also an associate on Doubleday I and II.  Prior to Deerfield, Parker graduated from Middlebury, where he majored in computer science and geography.  He also played on the Middlebury lacrosse team, where he was a four-year contributor playing both midfield and attack.  As a senior, he received the Baggataway Award for spirit and leadership, was selected to the NESCAC All-Sportsmanship team, and over his time at Middlebury was a 3-time NESCAC All-Academic team selection.  Parker hopes to help students and players realize that no matter what situation they are faced with, they can always control their attitude and effort.​

  • 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 I, coaches Boys Varsity Football, Boys Varsity Hockey, and Boys Varsity Lacrosse, and serves on the Admission Committee and Dorm Council.