A Coeducational Boarding and Day School for Grades 9 Through 12

St. George's School

Cross Country - Girls JV

Team Schedule

vs.
St. Mark's
Home
SG
Win 27-28
CHANGED: Girl's race will begin at 3:45PM.
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vs.
Brooks, Nobles, Lawrence Academy
Away
Nobles
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vs.
Tabor, Governor's Academy, Rivers
Home
SG
Other SG 17 - Rivers 42, SG 25 - Govs 31, SG 50 - Tabor 15
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vs.
Thayer, Groton
Away
Groton
Other SG 50, Thayer 15: SG 48, Groton 15
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vs.
BB&N
Away
BB&N
CHANGED: Time Changed to 3:30pm
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vs.
Portsmouth Abbey
Home
SG
Other 23-32
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vs.
Middlesex, Milton Academy
Away
Milton Academy
CANCELLED
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vs.
ISL Championships
Nobles
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vs.
New England's
Canterbury School
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Roster

No players were found for this team

Coaches

  • Head Coach

    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.

  • Assistant Coach
  • Assistant Coach

    Jeffrey E. Simpson arrived at St. George’s in 1982. He received his bachelor’s degree in English and philosophy from Connecticut College and his master’s degree and Ph.D. in American Civilization from Brown University. He was named Teacher-Scholar of Rhode Island by the National Endowment for the Humanities in 1990, which funded a year of independent research. Simpson served as English department chair for five years and holds the John L. Welsh ’42 Teaching Chair in English. He currently teaches American studies and advanced English, serves as faculty advisor to the school’s literary magazine, The Dragon, and coaches girls’ cross-country and thirds boys’ basketball.