Girls’ Varsity Soccer Coach Information
Meg Coffin comes to St. George's from Trinity Episcopal School in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she was an English teacher and served as a chair of the English department. Coffin graduated from Bates College in 2008 and was tri-captain of soccer, basketball and lacrosse and two-time All-American in soccer and basketball. Coffin was on the 2005 NESCAC champion soccer team and a 1,000-point scorer for basketball.
Coffin was named the Division III All-America women's soccer player in 2006 for the second straight year. She was named First Team All-NESCAC for the third consecutive season and tallied 14 goals and five assists as a defender.
In 2006, Coffin was selected as the Female Athlete of the Year. In the 2007-08 basketball season, Coffin was First Team All-State and All-NESCAC and set the school record in field goal percentage and ranked number four on the all-time scoring list at Bates with 1,252 points.
Assistant CoachSarah Mongan joined the St. George’s history department in the fall of 2013. She is the head coach of the girls varsity squash team and assistant for the girls varsity soccer team, and serves as a faculty advisor. Mongan earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Bates College and a master’s degree in educational leadership from Teachers College.
Xander Jones joined the St. George’s community in 2016 following eight years at Salisbury School in Connecticut. After three years on the Hilltop, Jones was named Dean of Students. Additionally, he teaches one section of U.S. history and coaches in the afternoons. 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 Ohio Wesleyan, he earned seven varsity letters in soccer and baseball. 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. Jones also served as head coach of the varsity soccer, squash, and baseball programs, while also coaching various levels of hockey. He resides on campus in Wheeler Dormitory.