Soccer, Boys: Varsity

Record this season

8 (win) – 9 (loss) – 1 (tie)

Date Time Sport / Team(s) Opponent Venue Result
Sep 9, '17 2:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Frontier HS (S) Home Canceled iCal
Sep 9, '17 3:15 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Loomis Playday Away Scrimmage - No Scores Reported iCal
Sep 11, '17 4:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
NMH (S) Home Scrimmage - Tie 0-0 iCal
Sep 13, '17 3:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Avon Away Loss - 1-4 iCal
Sep 16, '17 4:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Salisbury Home Win - 4-1 iCal
Sep 20, '17 3:15 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Suffield Home Loss - 1-2 iCal
Sep 23, '17 3:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Brunswick Home Win - 2-1 iCal
Sep 27, '17 3:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Taft Home Loss - 2-9 iCal
Sep 30, '17 2:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Kent Away Win - 2-0 iCal
Oct 4, '17 3:45 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Berkshire Away Loss - 0-5 iCal
Oct 7, '17 6:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
St. Paul's Away Win - 4-2 iCal
Oct 11, '17 3:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Westminster Home Win - 3-0 iCal
Oct 14, '17 3:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Hotchkiss Away Loss - 1-2 iCal
Oct 18, '17 3:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Loomis Away Loss - 0-6 iCal
Oct 21, '17 2:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Exeter Home Loss - 0-4 iCal
Oct 25, '17 3:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Worcester Home Loss - 2-4 iCal
Oct 29, '17 1:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Andover Home Tie - 0-0 iCal
Nov 1, '17 3:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Wilbraham Away Win - 4-0 iCal
Nov 4, '17 3:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Williston Home Win - 3-0 iCal
Nov 8, '17 2:30 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
NMH Away Loss - 0-1 iCal
Nov 11, '17 12:00 pm Soccer, Boys: Varsity
Choate Home Win - 4-2 iCal

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# Name Class Position Hometown
00 Will Dale 2019 Goalkeeper Darien, CT
2 Jarod Harrington 2020 Defender Ayer, MA
3 Tomas Zourikian 2019 Midfielder/Forward Dollard-Des-Ormeaux QC
4 Nolan Zusi 2019 Midfielder/Forward Leeds, MA
5 Jedi Siritantikorn 2021 Midfielder/Forward Bangkok 10170, Thailand
6 Alex Wong 2018 Midfielder/Forward New York, NY
7 Federico Ferragamo 2019 Midfielder New York, NY
8 Camden Kelleher* 2018 Midfielder Longmeadow, MA
9 Cabrel Happi Kamseu 2018 Midfielder/Forward Harare 00263, Zimbabwe
10 Alex Platt* 2018 Midfielder Chicago, IL
11 Brian Lee 2019 Midfielder Gyeonggi-Do 13597, Korea
12 Zach Davis 2020 Midfielder/Forward Deerfield, MA
14 Kevin Hendrick 2018 Defender Bronxville, NY
15 Skye Bacon 2020 Forward Oyster Bay, NY
17 Peter Pulai 2018 Midfielder South Deerfield, MA
19 Matt Miron 2019 Defender Beaconsfield, QC
20 Spencer Rosen 2018 Midfielder London N1 2LA, United Kingdom
22 Austin Philie 2019 Defender East Sandwich, MA
23 Jackson Pitcher* 2019 Defender Deerfield, MA
25 Charlie Sinnott 2021 Midfielder/Forward Wellesley, MA
26 Alonso Fernandez 2020 Midfielder/Forward Mexico City 05600, Mexico
30 Patrick Logan 2018 Goalkeeper Norwich, VT
Brian Weber 2018 Manager Singapore 307956, Singapore
*Denotes Captain
  • Ramesh grew up in Toronto, Canada and was a multi-sport athlete through high school.  He excelled at soccer, and was fortunate to have been mentored by many fine coaches.   His club teams won provincial and national championships, and in his teens he was invited into the provincial- and national-team programs.  He represented Canada at the U-17 and U-20 levels.  From there he moved on to Harvard University, where he was a four-year starter, was twice named Ivy-League Player-of-the-Week, and won All-Ivy, All-New England, and Academic All-American honors.  During his college years Harvard won the Ivy-League championship and made two NCAA Division-I Final-Four appearances.  Ramesh rounded out his playing career with three years of professional soccer with the Toronto Blizzard of the Canadian Soccer League, where he played alongside and against many of the best American and Canadian players of the day.  His most memorable experience on the field was playing against Flamengo Club of Brazil and being assigned to mark the legendary Zico out of the game. 

    Ramesh studied at Harvard, the University of Toronto and the University of Oxford, and has lived, worked and traveled extensively in North America and Europe.  He is fluent in French and Italian.  He holds the NSCAA Premier Diploma.  Prior to his 10 years of coaching at Deerfield, he played and coached soccer in Canada, England, France and Italy.  At Deerfield Ramesh teaches American and European history and a senior elective entitled, “Global Soccer.”  He lives with his wife Anna, a librarian, and his children, Claudia and Max.


  • Nathaniel is a native of Williamstown, MA where he excelled under the tutelage of then Williams College coach Mike Russo. As a senior goalkeeper he captained his Mount Greylock High School team to the Massachusetts State Championship. After that he moved across town to Williams College where had a successful career in net for the Ephs. At Williams he competed in two NCAA Division III Final Fours, earning All-America honors, a NESCAC championship, and a goals against average below .5 during his senior year.

    After graduating from Williams with a degree in psychology, Nathaniel spent two years as an assistant coach for the men’s soccer team at Catholic University in Washington, DC. There he helped lead the Cardinals to a Landmark Conference championship in 2014, and coached the starting GK to first team All-Conference honors. Finan is currently pursuing an MBA and a Masters in Sport Management at the University of Massachusetts.