Hockey - Girls JV
Devon Ducharme came to St. George's in the fall of 2006. She earned a bachelor's degree from Colby College in both physics and English while also studying theater. She earned a master’s degree from Northeastern University in global studies and international affairs in 2015. She also earned a certificate in specialization in design thinking and innovation from the Darden School Foundation at the University of Virginia in 2016. Ducharme teaches physics in the science department and is the associate director of global programs. She has coached ice hockey, lacrosse and assisted in the athletic training room. She is a dorm parent and the head JV girls’ hockey coach.
Sarah Matarese is a member of the science department and teaches biology, environmental science and marine biology. Matarese is passionate about engaging her students in many different areas of science. Her goal is to have her students leave with an appreciation and understanding of the field of science. Matarese is interested specifically in the biodiversity of the marine habitat in Narragansett Bay and how that may be affected by climate change. She has been involved in research with students at SG who share her passion. She also coaches two sports, lives on campus with her family and is a dorm parent. Matarese holds a bachelor’s degree in biology, a master’s degree in biology and a Ph.D. in biology, with a concentration in marine biology, from the University of Rhode Island.