Soccer, Boys: Varsity

Record this season

6 (win) – 8 (loss) – 4 (tie)

Date Time Sport / Team(s) Opponent Venue Result
Sep 7, '19 2:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Loomis Playday, Westminster Away Scrimmage - No score reported. iCal
Sep 7, '19 2:50 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Loomis, Loomis Playday Away Scrimmage - No score reported. iCal
Sep 7, '19 3:40 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Loomis Playday, Nobles Away Scrimmage - No score reported. iCal
Sep 11, '19 3:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Avon Avon, Away Tie - 3-3 iCal
Sep 13, '19 4:15 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Loyola Academy Home Scrimmage - 0-2 iCal
Sep 14, '19 3:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Salisbury School Home Win - 4-2 iCal
Sep 18, '19 3:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Suffield Away, Suffield Loss - 0-2 iCal
Sep 21, '19 4:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Brunswick, New England Prep Soccer Jamboree Away Loss - 1-2 iCal
Sep 25, '19 3:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Taft Home Loss - 0-1 iCal
Sep 28, '19 4:15 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Kent Avon, Away, Kent Win - 4-1 iCal
Oct 2, '19 3:45 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Berkshire School Away Loss - 0-2 iCal
Oct 5, '19 6:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
St. Paul's Away, St. Paul's Loss - 1-4 iCal
Oct 9, '19 3:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Westminster Home Tie - 1-1 iCal
Oct 11, '19 6:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Hotchkiss Away, Hotchkiss Win - 5-4 iCal
Oct 16, '19 3:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Loomis Away, Loomis Loss - 1-3 iCal
Oct 19, '19 4:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Exeter Home Tie - 2-2 iCal
Oct 23, '19 3:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Worcester Academy Home Loss - 0-3 iCal
Oct 27, '19 1:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Andover Home Win - 1-0 iCal
Oct 30, '19 3:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Monson, Wilbraham Away, Wilbraham Win - 3-0 iCal
Nov 2, '19 3:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Williston Home Win - 4-2 iCal
Nov 6, '19 2:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
NMH Away, NMH Loss - 0-2 iCal
Nov 9, '19 12:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Choate Home Tie - 1-1 iCal

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# Name Class  Position Hometown
2 Jarod Harrington 2020 DEF Ayer, MA
3 Nyle Kamil 2022 MID Westborough, MA
4 Billy Curtis 2021 MID/DEF Beverly Farms, MA
5 Derek Zhang 2022 MID Garnet Valley, PA
6 Kade Goldberg 2021 DEF Boynton Beach, FL
7 Alonso Fernandez 2020 FOR Mexico City, Mexico
8 Skye Bacon 2020 FOR/MID Oyster Bay, NY
9 Tynan Creagh 2022 FOR Deerfield, MA
10 Luca Antongiovanni* 2020 MID Coquitlam, BC
11 Brendan Kish 2020 MID Guilford, CT
12 Zach Davis* 2020 MID Deerfield, MA
13 Achille Sarachek 2021 MID New York, NY
14 Sam Bronckers 2020 MID Blaricum, Netherlands
15 Seth Blain 2020 DEF South Hadley, MA
17 Marcel Aziamale 2020 FOR Chester, United Kingdom
19 JB Conner 2020 FOR Larchmont, NY
20 Isaac Abbott 2022 DEF Halifax, NS
22 Chris Goranov 2020 DEF Darien, CT
26 Jimmy Goranov 2020 FOR Darien, CT
31 Peter Sanford 2020 GK Deerfield, MA
33 Ben Diffley 2020 GK Summerville, SC
*Denotes Captain
  • Marshall Carroll joins the Deerfield Academy faculty as the Director of the Library. Prior to Deerfield, Marshall spent ten years at Mercersburg Academy in Pennsylvania where he served as the Director of Library Services, as well as a history teacher and the SEARCH Coordinator for their global capstone program. Outside of the classroom, Marshall has led international trips to Ireland and Poland, coached wrestling and soccer (goalkeepers), and served as an advisor and dorm parent. Before Mercersburg, Marshall coached the varsity water polo and wrestling teams at The Pingry School in Martinsville, New Jersey, in addition to substitute teaching at a charter school in Trenton, New Jersey.

  • Kwasi was born and grew up in the West African country of Ghana where he lived in many regions due to his father’s work. As a footballer/soccer player in HS he played as a striker/center forward and at right wing positions. An enthusiastic and hardworking player; he was nominated twice for leading goal scorer in his second and fourth of five years at Navasco Secondary School of the Upper East Region of Ghana. After graduating high school, he joined a local youth Division II team the Kumasi Corner Stones, where he excelled and honed his skills and was promoted to the Upper West Region; WA-All Stars.  He played for a small team in Accra called the Chicago Stars and was afforded the opportunity to travel to Denmark for professional team trials where a previous injury closed the door on his dreams. He continued to work as a coach in Youth Leagues in and around Accra.

    Kwasi speaks four Ghanaian languages as well as English and holds certificates in Shipping Management from studies in Tema Community College, Ghana and has attended Liberal Arts classes at GCC. His travels include Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso in West Africa and so far in the US he has been to California, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, Washington DC, New York and the New England states. He currently lives in Greenfield MA and helps coach the boys varsity soccer team at Deerfield. 

  • Mark Spencer arrived at Deerfield Academy in 2013 and immediately stepped into the role of Assistant Coach for the Deerfield swim team.  In his years coaching at Deerfield, the Big Green have won one New England Championship and narrowly missed repeating that feat the following season.  Mark enjoys watching the growth and development of the swimmers and is proud of the fact that since his arrival, Deerfield has produced over 15 All-Americans.  In the fall, Mark serves as an assistant coach for the boys varsity soccer team. 

    Mark attended Dansville Central High School in Western New York where he focused on distance swimming and served as Captain his senior year.  As an adult he competed in the swimming leg of the Cayuga Lake Triathlon, where his team came in second place. While attending Hartwick College, Mark turned his athletic attentions to soccer where he played "wherever they needed me, except goalie."  Mark has spent the majority of his career in college admissions working at Vassar College, Cornell University, and Brandeis University.  After serving as Dean of Admissions for many years, he chose to move to the "other side of the desk" as a Director of College Advising for Deerfield.

    Mark very much enjoys being a part of the Deerfield community and sharing all it has to offer with his wife and two daughters.  His favorite ways to exercise these days include cycling and hiking when he can find the time.