|2||Luke Terry||2020||6'2||185||LB/WR||Vero Beach, FL|
|3||Donnie Gray||2021||6'0||190||WR/DB||New Haven, CT|
|5||Matt Pecora||2020||5'10||205||RB/LB||Congers, NY|
|6||Noah Jones#||2020||6'2||200||WR/LB||Evanston, IL|
|7||Cortland Dicks||2021||6'2||200||QB/DB||Derby, CT|
|8||Leonard St. Gourdin#||2020||6'2||195||WR/DB||Malden, MA|
|9||Porter Hollen#||2020||6'1||175||QB/DB||San Diego, CA|
|10||Max Stevens*||2020||6'1||210||LB/WR||Lexington, MA|
|11||Liam Dawson#||2020||6'2||190||RB/LB||South Hadley, MA|
|12||Caleb Newman#||2020||6'1||195||LB/WR||Lebanon, OH|
|14||Max Wuchenich||2021||5'9||175||WR/DB||Santa Monica, CA|
|22||Griffin Schutz||2021||6'3||220||RB/LB||Trumbull, CT|
|24||Bodie Fish||2022||6'1||190||WR/LB||Saunderstown, RI|
|26||Joe Dowling||2021||5'11||185||WR/DB||Greenwich, CT|
|33||Aidan Philie||2020||6'1||190||RB/DB||East Sandwich, MA|
|34||Owen Bunten||2023||6'0||180||QB/DB||Southlake, TX|
|35||Garret DeMallie||2021||5'10||185||WR/LB||Ridgewood, NJ|
|36||Sam Carlson#||2020||6'3||230||LB/TE||Bozeman, MT|
|42||Cooper DeMallie||2022||6'2||190||OL/LB||Ridgewood, NJ|
|43||Drew Wierzbicki||2021||6'2||180||WR/DB||Plano, TX|
|44||Henry Bonnie||2020||6'1||185||RB/LB||San Francisco, CA|
|50||Quinn Downie||2020||6'2||260||OL/DL||South Deerfield, MA|
|52||Marcus Romboli||2020||6'3||235||OL/DL||Everett, MA|
|53||Pat McKee||2020||6'1||225||OL/DL||Essex, CT|
|55||Nick Pecora||2020||5'10||230||OL/DL||Congers, NY|
|56||Chase Stadtler#||2020||6'0||255||OL/DL||Fort Worth, TX|
|64||Cooper Pertchik||2022||5'9||170||WR/DB||Naples, FL|
|66||Francis Gannon||2021||6'2||215||OL/DL||Greenwich, CT|
|74||Deepak Pathapati||2020||6'2||185||LB/TE||Amarillo, TX|
|75||Will Savage*||2020||6'0||220||OL/DL||Marblehead, MA|
|77||Tim O'Brien||2020||6'2||215||OL/DL||Moscow, Russian Federation|
|78||Joe LoChiatto||2022||6'3||290||OL/DL||Feeding Hills, MA|
|79||Yusuf Mukhtar||2020||6'2||270||OL/DL||Milton, MA|
|80||Ollie Pink||2020||6'2||175||WR/DB||Charlotte, NC|
|82||Mikey Rooney||2023||6'0||175||QB/DB||Hopewell Junction, NY|
|84||Carter Hampson||2020||6'1||185||WR/FS||Amherst, MA|
|85||Ari Kraan||2021||6'3||205||TE/LB||Hull, MA|
|87||Theo Deinard||2023||6'2||185||WR/DB||Greenwich, CT|
|88||Bennett Pitcher||2021||6'9||270||TE/DE||Deerfield, MA|
|89||Thomas Stull||2021||5'10||185||WR/DB||Niantic, CT|
|Emma Kimble||2020||MANAGER||Austin, TX|
|Kevin Griffin||2021||MANAGER||Montreal, Quebec|
|Logan Armes||2020||MANAGER||Deerfield, MA|
Coach Barbato enters his 3rd season as the Varsity Head Football coach after joining the Deerfield community in the fall 0f 2015. Barbato spent the 8 years coaching at his alma mater the University of New Hampshire, where he coached the Tight Ends, Offensive line and special teams. During his time with the Wildcats, UNH went 66 and 26 and maintained the longest streak of playoff appearances in the FCS.
The Exeter, N.H., native graduated from UNH in ’04 with a degree in Sociology. He started 37 games during his playing career while seeing time at all five offensive line positions. He was named All-Atlantic 10 Second Team in 2003 and All-Atlantic 10 Third Team in 2002.
Barbato also coached outside linebackers and safeties at St. Lawrence University for two seasons while earning his Master’s of Education. His hobbies include downhill skiing, fishing and golfing. Brian lives in Field I with his wife Carly and two sons Charlie and Teddy.
Jeff joined Deerfield Academy in 2018 as a science teacher. He has taught biology, chemistry and physics as well as a variety of interdisciplinary courses at Allegheny College in Pennsylvania, Episcopal High School in Virginia, St. Paul’s School in New Hampshire, and the Catlin Gabel School in Oregon. A two-time recipient of the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program’s Teacher Recognition Award, Jeff sees himself primarily as a coach in the classroom to motivate students to challenge themselves. Jeff is currently teaching Advanced Placement Chemistry and Chemistry 1A. Jeff and his wife Lesley live in Child’s House.
Coach DeMartino is the defensive coordinator and coaches the offensive line and linebackers. Coach DeMartino played defensive back at Hamilton College from 2003-2007 and was elected captain his senior season.
After graduating, Coach DeMartino was the defensive coordinator, running backs coach and linebackers coach at Berkshire School. After 3 seasons at Berkshire, Coach DeMartino moved up to the college ranks in 2010, coaching the tight ends and defensive line at Trinity College for 4 seasons and the offensive line and tight ends at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN for 3 seasons. In 4 seasons at Trinity, the team finished 30-2 and won 2 NESCAC conference championships. In 3 seasons at Rhodes, the team finished 20-10 and won 1 SAA conference championship.
At Deerfield, Coach DeMartino works in the Admissions Office, lives in Barton dorm and coaches varsity baseball in the spring.
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.