|Deirdre Mullowney||2019||Newton, MA|
|Mia Cuda||2017||Longmeadow, MA|
|Fernanda Ponce||2019||Chicago, IL|
|Erin DeMarco||2019||Westford, MA|
|Amanda Brooks||2019||Boxford, MA|
|Daniella Faura||2017||La Verne, CA|
|Katherine Hadley||2017||Hopkinton, NH|
|Erika Warren||2018||Hong Kong, Hong Kong|
|Anne Trapp*||2016||Townsend, MT|
|Jerilyn Zheng||2019||Saratoga, CA|
|Emmeline Flagg||2018||New York, NY|
|Victoria Castellano-Wood*||2016||Austin, TX|
|Anna Scott||2018||Denver, CO|
|Cassie Deshong||2017||Brooklyn, NY|
|Lily Fauver||2017||Bedford, NY|
|Melisa Gurkan||2019||Dubai 62231, United Arab Emirates|
|Julia Angkeow||2018||Bel Air, MD|
|Maggie Roche||2019||South Deerfield, MA|
|Lily Davy||2019||Brooklyn, NY|
|Andari Deswandhy||2019||Jakarta 12210, Indonesia|
|Louise Polk||2017||Kingston, NY|
|Brigid Stoll||2019||Avon, CT|
|FJ Marsh||2019||Mountain Village, CO|
|Lilley Salmon||2018||Zumikon, CH-8126, Switzerland|
|Alina O'Brien||2017||Brookline, MA|
|Ally Bazarian||2018||Tai Tam, Hong Kong|
|Hannah Kim||2019||Seoul, Korea|
|Mila Castleman||2018||Austin, TX|
Onufrieff joins the DA community after a 20+ year coaching career. Most recently, she served as an assistant coach at the Baylor School in Chattanooga, TN, and with the Asheville Youth Rowing Association in Asheville, NC. At Baylor, her girls’ varsity four raced to its highest-ever finish at the 2016 SRAA Championship.
Before coaching in high school, Onufrieff spent three years as assistant coach at Clemson University. Her varsity 4+ won an ACC Championship in 2012. Previous to that, she spent seven years as the head women’s rowing coach at Columbia University. During her time with the Lions, Columbia achieved its first ever team national ranking, finishing as high as 19th in 2010.
Prior to Columbia, she spent six years as the head women's rowing coach at Cornell. Her 2002 varsity eight earned a trip to the NCAA Championships, finished 14th and garnered Onufrieff CRCA Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year honors.
Onufrieff also spent two years as an assistant coach at Princeton, where her first novice eight took the silver medal at the 1997 Eastern Sprints and gold in 1998, earning EAWRC Novice Coach of the Year for the latter. Onufrieff began her coaching career at Rutgers, where her first novice eight won a silver medal at the Eastern Sprints and she was also voted the EAWRC Novice Coach of the Year.
Onufrieff spent the summers of 2001, 2006, 2007 and 2008 as an assistant coach with the United States National Rowing Team. She was in charge of the silver medal winning 4- in 2008 at the Senior World Rowing Championships in Linz, Austria and the Gold Medal winning Under 23 Women's 4X in Strathclyde, Scotland in 2007.
A native of Berkeley, CA, Onufrieff was a four-year letter winner from the University of Pennsylvania. She was a two-year rowing captain, and was twice selected for the Hope Barnes Memorial Award for Excellence in Rowing. She also twice earned selection to the Academic All-Ivy League Team. Onufrieff graduated from Penn in 1994 with a B.A. in biology.
Sonja Krusic O'Donnell
“Cultivating the scholar-athlete,” Coach O’Donnell explains, “means teaching both the skills and the growth mindset early on that will not only carry the young woman confidently and successfully through her years at Deerfield but also through college and beyond.” Grounded in a personal and professional philosophy that frequently includes phrases such as “execute perfection” and “beginner’s mind,” Mrs. O’Donnell was coach of the girls' varsity swimming & diving program from 2000 and head coach from 2001-2013, during which time her athletes attained many milestones, including resetting eleven school records, six New England Prep records, a top New England team finish of second place in 2013 (to accompany top-four team finishes for more than a decade), three New England Prep MVPs, and more than a dozen All-American automatic and consideration citations through 13 winning dual meet seasons. She extends her coaching passion as an assistant coach in the varsity rowing program.