Softball: Varsity

Record this season

4 (win) – 9 (loss) – 0 (tie)

# Name Class Hometown
2 Elly Stankovits 2016 Rumson, NJ
3 Cate O'Byrne 2019 Lake Charles, LA
4 Raegan Hill 2019 Lunenburg, MA
5 Suzy Mazur 2018 Conway, MA
6 Fatima Zahoor 2018 Agawam, MA
7 Lindsay Warger 2017 Shelburne Falls, MA
9 Georgia Quesnelle 2019 Sunderland, MA
10 Katie Morse 2017 Rockport, ME
11 Shai Lineberry 2017 Lebanon, CT
12 Annie Roberts 2017 New York, NY
13 Andrea Lopez 2019 Lennox, CA
14 Josie Meier* 2016 Ashfield, MA
15 Meg Targett 2017 Rangeley, ME
16 Carly Tominovich 2016 Wyckoff, NJ
17 Taylor Morash* 2016 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
18 Caroline Pappas 2017 Wayland, MA
19 Jordan Manning 2019 Harvard, MA
21 Meaghan O'Brien 2018 Woburn, MA
23 Shelby Scarborough 2017 South Deerfield, MA
* Denotes captain
  • Becca was born a "fac brat" and spent her first eight years of life at Deerfield. Having left the Pioneer Valley for about twenty years, she's now back on campus as a faculty member, and is excited to have returned. Becca attended Bowdoin College and received an undergraduate degree in sociology and Africana Studies. She then moved to the West Coast and taught middle school history at the Lakeside School. After two years in the Pacific Northwest she returned to the East Coast and earned a master's degree from Brown University in American Civilization and one from Boston College in history. Becca then returned to the classroom. At Beaver Country Day School she taught various history courses ranging from the History of the Middle East to Black Intellectuals to World History in the 20th Century. In the past she's coached soccer, squash, and Ultimate Frisbee, and is happy to be coaching squash and softball at Deerfield. Becca said although Deerfield is definitely different than it was when she was a kid, she couldn't be happier to be back.

  • A member of the Class of 2010, Kayla returns to Deerfield to join the History Department, the Center for Service and Global Citizenship, and the Office of Inclusion and Community Life. After graduating from Deerfield, Kayla spent a year at King's Academy in Jordan, serving as a Junior Fellow in the Academic Support Department. In 2015, she received her B.A. in English from Georgetown University, where she graduated magna cum laude and received departmental honors for her thesis on Marxism, globalization, and the post-colonial travel memoir. While at Georgetown, Kayla also studied history and Arabic, worked on agricultural and educational development projects in Rwanda and Romania, and led domestic service-immersion programs for Georgetown's Alternative Breaks Program. Kayla is working towards her Masters in Education through the Penn Residency Masters in Teaching Program. She lives in Thorn House with her Australian Shepherd, Peanut.