Water Polo, Girls: Varsity

Name Class   Hometown
Rhyan Brode 2017 Darien, CT
Maddie Thies 2017 Boston, MA
Lucy Beimfohr 2017 Short Hills, NJ
Sydney Bebon 2019 New York, NY
Georgia Greene 2017 Rumson, NJ
Shenika Shi 2018 Beijing 100020, China
Christie Jok 2016 Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Hollis McLeod 2017 Madison, WI
Maddie Blake 2017 Pawling, NY
Fatima Rashid 2019 Exeter, CA
Ellie Koschik 2017 Montclair, NJ
Ashley Chang 2018 Seoul 06583, Korea
Bailey Smith 2018 Fort Plain, NY
Isabel Gilmore 2018 San Jose, 1000, Costa Rica
Sophie Opler 2019 Hinsdale, IL
Rei Fujinami 2017 Tokyo 1540012, Japan
Yasmine Deswandhy* 2016 Jakarta, Indonesia
Sarah Du 2017 Beijing 101302, China
Madisen Siegel 2017 Glen Rock, NJ
Orlee Marini-Rapoport 2019 Florence, MA
Gwyneth Hochhausler 2016 San Gabriel, CA
Doris Zhang 2018 Shanghai, 200051, China
Izzy Ortiz 2018 Dallas, TX
Arianne Evans* 2016 Laguna Niguel, CA
Mina Liang 2019 Manager Amherst, 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.

  • Sarah Tarrant Madden swam and played field hockey as a student at Exeter eons ago. After PEA, she attended Wesleyan University where she spent much of her free time in the pool as a four-year member and captain of both the swimming and water polo teams.  Named to the CWPA's all-league polo team three years in a row, she was also chosen as the team's MVP twice by her coaches and teammates. In graduate school at Columbia, she played for their club team and subsequently had the honor of playing with the New York Athletic Club.  Coach Madden is pleased to work with the girls' and boys' polo teams.