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.
Baseball - Boys Varsity
|Owen Bedrosian||Wellesley, MA|
|Zac Borden||Portsmouth, RI|
|Ryan Buckley||Warwick, RI|
|Carter Dummett||Marlborough, MA|
|Jayden Dummett||Marlborough, MA|
|Harrison Fisher||Palm Beach, FL|
|Matt Kursonis||West Boylston, MA|
|Liam Malsy||Broad Channel, NY|
|Brandon Marte||Bronx, NY|
|Roberto Martinez||Bronx, NY|
|Declan Rhatigan||Norfolk, VA|
|Liam Rhatigan||Norfolk, VA|
|Nikhil Sharma||Ashland, MA|
|Robert Thompson||Washington, DC|
|Brandon Williams||New York, NY|
John Roeser teaches advanced economics and English and coaches JV boys’ basketball and varsity baseball. Prior to his arrival at St. George’s, Roeser worked as a senior policy analyst at AIG in New York’s financial district and as a private practice attorney for firms in New York and New Jersey. Roeser’s primary areas of legal practice included environmental, intellectual property and banking law. Before law school Roeser worked as a teacher at The Pingry School in New Jersey, teaching AP economics and AP government and coaching soccer, basketball and baseball. Roeser holds bachelor’s degree, cum laude, from Duke University in English and history and a juris doctor degree and master’s degree in foreign affairs from the University of Virginia. He clerked for the Honorable Philip S. Carchman and held bar admissions from New Jersey and the District of New Jersey.
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.
Assistant CoachAnthony Franco joined St. George’s School in July 2017. He brings with him counseling experi- ence from both independent and public school systems. No stranger to Rhode Island, Anthony graduated from Providence College where he earned his B.A. in Political Science. Before coming to the hilltop he spent eight years working in California schools, holding a myriad of different positions, including junior/senior dormitory head, programming committee chairperson and head baseball coach at The Thacher School in Ojai; an events coordinator and assistant football coach at Francis Parker School in San Diego. Lastly, Anthony was a college counselor for the California Student Opportunity and Access Program, a state-funded, non-profit that works specifically with first-generation, college-bound students at local public high schools. Anthony holds an M.A. in Higher Education Leadership with a specialization in Counseling from the University of San Diego. He currently resides in Eccles Dormitory, teaches in the History department, and coaches varsity football and baseball.