Water Polo, Boys: Varsity

# Name Class Hometown
1a Ben Chen 2021 South Deerfield, MA
1 Carter Weymouth* 2020 New York, NY
2 Addie Laurencelle 2020 Daniel Island, SC
3 Willy Conzelman 2021 Fairfield, CT
3a Sam Laur 2020 Wendell, MA
4 Sean Kim 2021 Suwanee, GA
5 Stuart Grow 2020 Memphis, TN
6 Mason Zhao* 2020 Plano, TX
7a Alastair Bock 2021 San Francisco, CA
7 Thatcher Smith 2020 Montclair, NJ
8 Karim Kane 2020 Potomac, MD
9 Ron Finkelberg 2021 Holden, MA
10 Mark Cai 2022 Wellesley, MA
11 Jimmy Patton 2020 Houston, TX
12 Will Newton 2022 Dallas, TX
13 Lawrence von Steuben 2021 Wollerau, Switzerland
14 Marwan Gedeon Achi 2021 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
15 Josh Harvey 2022 Rocklin, CA
16 Jerry Huang 2023 Lexington, MA
16a Sim Bethel 2020 Eleuthera, Bahamas
17 Justin Tang 2020 Shanghai, China
18 Spencer Hurst 2020 Richmond, VA
Sophia Hamlen 2022 MANAGER Hanover, NH
Darcy Del Real 2022 MANAGER Wellesley, MA
*Denotes Captain
  • An ardent believer in the importance of teaching and coaching, Scandling continues to share his delight in Shakespearean drama with students and to encourage wrestlers and polo players to believe in themselves and their teams.  A former Division 1 wrestler at Davidson College, he has coached multiple Class A and New England individual champions in assisting and leading the Deerfield wrestlers since 1987. Having never played water polo, Scandling learned the game as the coach of the coed JV team in the early 1990s and then led the girls to the New England title in 1998, the team’s second year of competition.  The girls won another title in 2013 and finished second three times.  In the ten years he has guided the boys’ squad, the team has won four New England championships and finished second once.

  • Jason has been Deerfield Academy’s diving coach since 2012. He has been diving competitively for over ten years.

    Jason attended the Amherst Regional High School where he was a three-time All-American diver, holds the Amherst Regional High School diving record (355.00), holder of the WMass diving record (575.50) and, Massachusetts state diving record (622.05).

    He most recently competed for the University of Massachusetts Amherst where he was the first diver in UMASS history to compete at the NCAA Division 1 Diving Championships. During his four years there he broke both Atlantic 10 diving records, scoring 636.85 in the one-meter and 680.75 in the three-meter at his first career Atlantic 10 Championships, holds the all-time record at UMASS in the three-meter with a score of 395.05 and ranks first all-time in the one-meter (334.50).

    Outside of the pool Jason loves being outdoors, scuba diving, bowling, and spending time with friends and family.