St George's School Athletics - Track & Field

Girls’ Track & Field Coach Information

  • Head Girls Coach
    Leah Dullea teaches chemistry, coaches track and field, and serves as dorm head in Astor dormitory. In addition, she is the faculty advisor for the spectrum alliance club and sustainability club, and contributes to a biweekly DEI committee for accessible and inclusive facilities. Leah has held several roles since joining St. George's in 2015, most recently serving as Associate Dean for Residential Life from 2019-2021. Her background includes work at the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Wildlife and USGS, the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, and the Duke Talent Identification Program. Dullea 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.
  • Head Boys Coach

    Scott Stachelhaus is the current chair of the STEM Department. He has been a member of the St. George’s faculty 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. In the afternoons, Stachelhaus is a coach on the varsity track and field team (he has also coached varsity football and JV boys’ basketball), and he serves as a dorm parent in the evenings. Before arriving at St. George’s, Stachelhaus conducted scientific research as a marine chemist with his work 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. When he is not chasing his children around campus, he enjoys baking, reading, and playing basketball in his free time.

  • Asst. Boys Coach
  • Steve Totin joined the faculty in 2018 and teaches a variety of courses in the Arts Department. He’s 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 2018. Totin’s work focuses on sculpture: woodworking, concrete casting, mold making, ceramics, plaster casting, assemblage, fibers, CNC laser cutting, 3D printing, and 3D modeling. In addition, he coaches soccer and track and serves as a dorm parent in Eccles.