Xander Jones joined the St. George’s community in the fall of 2016 after eight years at Salisbury School in Connecticut. Prior to Salisbury, he earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Ohio Wesleyan University and a master’s degree in athletic administration from Ohio University. At various times throughout his tenure on the Salisbury faculty, he was appointed as dean of students, director of residential leadership, assistant director of admissions and assistant director of athletics. Additionally, Jones served as head coach of the varsity soccer, squash, and baseball programs, while also coaching various levels of hockey. Jones teaches in the history department, serves as a dormitory head, works in the Dean of Students Office and serves as an assistant coach of the boys’ varsity soccer team.
Soccer - Boys Varsity
St. George’s competes in the Independent School League (ISL), a top New England Prep league that includes Belmont Hill, Brooks School, BB&N, Governor's Academy, Groton School, Lawrence Academy, Middlesex, Milton Academy, Noble & Greenough, Rivers, Roxbury Latin, St. Mark’s School, St. Paul’s School, St. Sebastian’s, and Thayer Academy. With fields overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, we are fortunate to play in one of the best settings in interscholastic secondary school soccer. The varsity program carries about 20 players, and we carry three interscholastic teams (Varsity, JV and thirds) which provide a combination of depth, comprehensive coaching and solid training at all levels.
In addition to the league games, St. George’s also competes against Moses Brown, Portsmouth Abbey, Tabor Academy, and Wheeler.
St. George’s players from each of the past four seasons have been named to the First Team All-League roster. Others have received second-team and honorable mention awards in the ISL.
|Oliver Moss (captain)||2019|
Edward McGinnis joined the faculty of St. George’s in August of 2002 after retiring from the U.S. Navy and works as an assistant dean of students. McGinnis worked in the technology department for many years, but now enjoys the closer contact with students that the dean of students office fosters. He lives with his family in Eccles dorm where he is the dorm head and he coaches varsity boys’ soccer and baseball. McGinnis has taught several different computer science courses over the years and currently teaches two courses: robotics and human and computers. McGinnis holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in computer resources and information technology and from Webster University.