A Coeducational Boarding and Day School for Grades 9 Through 12

St. George's School

Track - Boys Varsity

Built on a philosophy of fun, hard work, and constant striving for personal bests, St. George’s track and field program has a long-standing tradition of producing very competitive teams. Former St. George’s track and field athletes have gone on to compete at many fine colleges and universities, including: Columbia, Georgetown, Harvard, Kansas, Princeton, and Yale.

The 400-meter Ted Hersey Track is our home facility. With eight lanes on the main straight-away and six lanes over its remainder, rubberized asphalt, all-weather track is where daily workouts and home meets take place. The field event areas all are contained within the perimeter of the track except for the javelin throw.


Record: 4-10-1

Team Schedule

vs.
Belmont Hill, BB&N, Roxbury Latin, Nobles
Away
Belmont Hill
Other SG 48, BELL HILL 145, RL 93, BB&N 49.5, NOBLES 19.5
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Portsmouth Abbey, Tabor
Away
Tabor
Other SG 48, Tabor 63, Abbey 70
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St. Paul's, Rivers, Milton Academy
Away
Milton Academy
POSTPONED: To Wed 4/24
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Milton Academy
Away
Milton Academy
Loss 102-43
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Roxbury Latin, Governor's Academy, Lawrence Academy
Home
SG
Other SG 35, Govs 56, RL 129, LA 24
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Thayer, Lawrence Academy, Groton
Away
Thayer
Other SG 64, TH 118, LA 47, GR 34
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Thayer, Tabor, Middlesex
Away
Tabor
Other SG 46, MSX 46, TA 56, TH 114
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Roster

Coaches

  • Head Boys Coach

    Emmanuel Daring is a teaching fellow in the mathematics and science departments as well as a dorm parent and an assistant coach of the varsity track and field team. Daring studied number theory and organic chemistry at Williams College, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. He also was a captain of the track and field team, where he captured a school record and appeared at multiple national championships. In the classroom, Daring aims to create an environment where his students are comfortable and confident enough to try new and challenging things. The skills they learn in his class can be used to achieve their educational potential long after they leave St. George’s. 

  • Head Girls Coach
    Leah Dullea teaches chemistry and serves as a dorm parent in Twenty House and as head coach for girls’ soccer and track. She joined the full-time faculty in 2018 after serving the school for the previous four years in the classroom, in the library, in the dorms, on the athletic fields, and also as a mathematics and science tutor. Leah’s research background includes work at the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Wildlife, the U.S. Geological Survey, and the Hawaii Pelagic Fisheries Research Program. She developed a college-level curriculum for Duke University’s Talent Identification Program in North Carolina, and served as a tutor for the College of Natural Sciences in Amherst, Massachusetts. She worked with local companies to help develop STEM curriculums for public outreach. Leah is a 2014 graduate of the Commonwealth Honors College at UMass Amherst, holding a bachelor’s degree in environmental science and double minor in biology and marine science.
  • Assistant Coach
  • Assistant Coach

    Scott Stachelhaus has been a member of the school’s science department since 2011. During his time on the Hilltop, he has taught all four levels of chemistry, along with advanced environmental science and an environmental studies elective. Stachelhaus is also a coach on the varsity football and track and field teams, and he serves as a dorm parent in the evenings. In his classes, Stachelhaus places an emphasis on the problem-solving aspects of science and the practical applications of scientific concepts. In doing so, he draws from his prior experience as a marine chemist. Stachelhaus’ own scientific research has been published in several journals, including Marine Chemistry and the Journal of Geophysical Research. Stachelhaus holds a Ph.D. in oceanography from the University of Rhode Island and a bachelor’s degree in earth science from Boston University.

  • Assistant Coach

    I am truly excited to begin this journey at St. George’s after spending the last 12 years as an Assistant Basketball Coach at Bryant and Brown University. Being a part of another prestigious academic institution with a great sense of community and desire to help kids grow is very rewarding. On campus, I will serve in multiple roles including Associate Director of Admission, Head Boys Basketball Coach, and liaison to our Director of Diversity.

     

    I’m a 2001 graduate of Boston College and was fortunate enough to be a member of the Eagles basketball team. Basketball has played a huge role in my life teaching me everything from accountability to selflessness to work ethic and I hope to bring all my experiences to the Hilltop. My wife, Jenna and children (Deborah, Rhyan, and Jace) look forward toward developing relationships with our students, their families, and every other member of the St. George's community.

  • Jim Connor is the Prince Chair in History and teaches U.S. history and government. He has taught history/social studies at a variety of secondary schools: public, independent, and international. Connor has completed 35 years as a classroom teacher and continues to enjoy the energy and curiosity of students. His goal is to help students strengthen their reading, writing and thinking skills and to consider the importance of historical perspective and interpretation in shaping their ideas and opinions. Connor has coached a wide variety of sports and enjoys working with students outside the classroom. He is currently the faculty advisor to the William S.R. Rogers Endowment for Public Policy Studies at St. George’s. This program offers students an opportunity to travel to Washington and meet with a variety of public officials and SG alums working in the nation’s capital. Connor has a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Colorado and a master’s degree in liberal studies from Dartmouth College.

  • Asst, Coach
    Steve Totin joined the faculty in 2018. He is an artist and educator who came to the Hilltop from Maryland Institute College of Art, where he earned his master's degree in fine arts in May 2018. His work focuses on sculpture: woodworking, concrete casting, mold making, ceramics, plaster casting, assemblage, fibers, CNC laser cutting, 3D printing, and 3D modeling. Steve teaches a variety of courses in the art department as a sabbatical replacement for Mike Hansel. In addition, he will coach soccer and track and serve as a dorm parent in Eccles.