Greg Cunningham has been coaching hockey since 1991 and joined the St. George's varsity boys hockey staff in 2007. In 2016, he took over the JV boys hockey team while maintaining his responsibilities as a varsity assistant. He considers it an honor and a privilege to have the opportunity to help young men grow as athletes and people as they prepare for life off of the Hilltop and outside of the rink. The Cunninghams are proud to be a part of the St. George's family. His wife Keri is an Associate Admissions Director and Head Swim Coach for the school and they have two children, both of whom are St. George's alums. Away from the rink, Cunningham is a sergeant on the Rhode Island State Police.
Ray Woishek is a teacher in the Visual and Performing Arts Department, varsity boys soccer coach, advisor, and dorm parent. Through drawing, printmaking, and digital media, Woishek most enjoys helping students master the techniques and mindset that allow them to successfully incorporate the design process in and outside of the art classroom. His love of athletics, particularly soccer, makes him a passionate and dedicated coach. Woishek has also served several years on the school’s Honor Board. Woishek holds a bachelor’s degree in studio art from Connecticut College, where he was a four-year varsity hockey player, and a master’s degree in design from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Poland.