Track and Field, Coed: Varsity

Name Class  Hometown
Alexia Baker 2019 Atlanta, GA
Erin DeMarco 2019 Westford, MA
Francis Dooley 2019 Winchester, MA
Gemma Bishop 2019 Mason, OH
Jackson Selvala 2019 New Canaan, CT
Jennifer Brown 2019 Bronx, NY
Kae Spang 2019 Ashland, MT
Kate Alonso 2019 Saint Louis, MO
Kyle MacGillis 2019 Portland, CT
Mina Liang* 2019 Amherst, MA
Quinton Quirrenbach 2019 Mc Kinney, TX
Ricardo Gonzalez* 2019 Hanford, CA
Shaz Kereke 2019 Harare, Zimbabwe
Shreyas Sinha 2019 Nashua, NH
Tom Dillon 2019 Greenfield, MA
Alton Machen* 2020 Columbia, MD
Camila Navarro-Delavega 2020 El Paso, TX
Darrel Dartey 2020 Bronx, NY
Ella Holowesko 2020 Nassau, Bahamas
Ethan Chen 2020 Carson City, NV
Grace Knight 2020 New Haven, CT
Hope Smith 2020 Bryn Mawr, PA
Izzy McDonald 2020 Brooklyn, NY
Jane Mallach 2020 Rumson, NJ
Jared Faux 2020 New York, NY
Jazmine Ramos 2020 Elmhurst, NY
Kate Hickey 2020 South Deerfield, MA
Molly Connors 2020 New Canaan, CT
Mufaro Mazambani 2020 Harare 263, Zimbabwe
Seth Blain 2020 South Hadley, MA
Teddy McCarthy 2020 Raleigh, NC
Victoria Patterson* 2020 Greenville, SC
Vojta Kupka 2020 Vonoklasy, Stredocesky Kraj, CZ
Angie Rey 2021 Boxborough, MA
Aya Takegami 2021 Rye, NY
Cortland Dicks 2021 Derby, CT
Daniel Kang 2021 Gyeonggi-do 14512, Korea
Declan Cullinane 2021 Deerfield, MA
Dev Trice 2021 Houston, TX
Donnie Gray 2021 New Haven, CT
Ellia Chiang 2021 Quincy, MA
Elsa Marrian 2021 Karen Nairobi 502, Kenya
Grace Russell 2021 Cambridge, MA
Harry Niles 2021 New York, NY
Herman Bikoko 2021 Bronx, NY
Ingrid Matteini 2021 Miami, FL
Isabella Rolfe 2021 Greenwich, CT
Jaden Simpson 2021 Durham, NC
Jason Hutchinson 2021 Deerfield, MA
Jaxon Palmer 2021 Shelburne Falls, MA
Khalyse Benjamin 2021 Jamaica, NY
Kristine Yang 2021 East Falmouth, MA
Lily Steinwold 2021 Lake Forest, IL
Lorenzo Biondo 2021 Pound Ridge, NY
Marwan Gedeon Achi 2021 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Mary Blake Zeron 2021 Dothan, AL
Nasir Barnes 2021 Deerfield, MA
Nikhil Barnes 2021 Deerfield, MA
Sami Dulam 2021 Natchez, MS
Sultan Lawal 2021 London W14 8XP, United Kingdom
Thomas Lyons 2021 Deerfield, MA
Aoife Bruce 2022 Lake Forsest, IL
Aurelia Bolton 2022 Burlingame, CA
Bryn Munochiveyi 2022 Princeton, MA
Ella Foulkes 2022 Amherst, MA
Emily Feng 2022 Lincoln, MA
Greer Anderson 2022 Greenwich, CT
Hayden Sawh 2022 Brooklyn, NY
Ismay Anderson 2022 New York, NY
Jaden Joseph 2022 Bridgeport, CT
Jean Jin 2022 Chestnut Hill, MA
Kami Meier 2022 Deerfield, MA
Sophia Hamlen 2022 Hanover, NH
Sydney Dinkins 2022 Atlanta, GA
Tomás Cushman 2022 Locust Valley, NY
Will Stultz 2022 Brooklyn, NY
William Grosse 2022 San Francisco, CA
Yurok Song 2022 Chandler, AZ
Jada Howard # 2019 Cambria Heights, NY
Logan Armes # 2020 Deerfield, MA
Cam Taylor # 2019 Halifax, NC
Dominique Whitney # 2019 Whately, MA
*Denotes Captains #Denotes Managers
  • Callie's passion for education started by teaching summers at Choate Rosemary Hall and Phillips Academy.  When she graduated from Washington & Lee with a B.S. in mathematics and a minor in philosophy, Callie pursued her full-time teaching career at the Foxcroft School in Virginia.  After three years at Foxcroft, Callie decided to teach abroad and prior to joining the Deerfield faculty in 2017, had been teaching at The Country Day School in Costa Rica for two years. 

    From her experiences at these schools, Callie has forged a passion for global mindfulness, service learning, and athletics.  Callie lives on campus with her husband Scott, and their dog Miller. 

  • As a high school athlete in Washington State in the 1990s, Andy Stallings ran varsity cross country and track at the state and district championship level for the decorated Lynnwood High School program. He later completed two extracurricular marathons in the Seattle area, and continues to run actively. He brings his knowledge of the Oregon system to coaching, as transmitted by his coach, All-American Pat Haller. 

  • Originally from California, Edgar is a graduate of Kenyon College. While at Kenyon, Edgar studied psychology and philosophy, and played for the men’s soccer program, captaining the team his senior year. After college, Edgar pursued his passion for cultures, traveling to five different continents with the same trusty backpack. While in South America, Edgar worked as a teacher in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil while studying Portuguese. Passionate about youth development through education and sport, Edgar also worked for an international non-profit organization committed to the cause in both Latin America and Africa. Upon returning to the United States, Edgar joined the faculty at The Thacher School in Ojai, California. There, Edgar served as the School’s inaugural Fisher Fellow, in which he taught AP Psychology and Spanish. He also helped coach soccer, track, and cross-country, led camping trips, and instructed freshman riders in the Horse Program. Currently, Edgar spends his summers at the Language School in Middlebury College, completing a M.A. in Spanish Language and Literature. He is thrilled to be joining the Deerfield Community as a Penn Fellow, and eagerly looks forward to “collaborating with such a fun and excellent community of teachers and learners.”

  • Tyler Gardner began playing squash at Phillips Academy Andover. He went on to represent the London School of Economics as a team captain in 2003. Returning to the sport in 2013 as Head Coach of the girls’ varsity program at The Hotchkiss School, he helped lead the team to back-to-back Founders’ league titles while consistently placing the program in the top ten in the nation. Gardner has worked with players who have gone on to play for Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, Cornell, UVA, Middlebury, Bates, and St. Lawrence. He has helped several players navigate the balance between the rigorous academic demands of an elite boarding school and the opportunity to represent Deerfield Academy in Junior Championship Tournaments and as members of Junior National Teams. He is a US Squash Level II coach and received his certification in 2019 after working closely with Luke Hammond and Hameed Ahmed of the Harvard coaching staff.

  • Cheri came to Deerfield in 1999 as a teaching fellow in Spanish upon graduation from Northern Michigan University. She received her MA from Middlebury College in the summer of 2003. In addition to teaching Spanish, Cheri coaches the girls cross country team in the fall, and track and field in the spring. She lives in Deerfield with her two sons, Henry and Jay.

  • Mark Ott has a BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a PhD from the University of Hawaii-Manoa. He previously taught at Phillips Exeter Academy, the Blake School in Minneapolis, and Punahou School in Honolulu. He is the author of two books, Sea of Change: Ernest Hemingway and the Gulf Stream (2008) and Ernest Hemingway and the Geography of Memory"(2010). He lives in Johnson with his wife and three daughters.