Swimming Highlights

  • 2-Time District Finalists



Varsity Boys Soccer

Head Coach: Eddie Oyakhilome Eddie

Coaching Experience: 23 years

Collegiate/Professional Experience: Played for Nigerian Youth Sports Federation of Nigeria team. Signed professional at the age of 16 with Colchester United and later played for clubs including West Ham UTD, Barnet, Newbridge Newham, Frank Warren Hounds (FWH), Barkingside FC, Leyton Orient FC and Lazio FC. Earned a full scholarship to attend New Hampshire College.

Education: B.S., New Hampshire College; M.A., New Hampshire College

Coaching Philosophy: My main focus is to create the right environment for player development by encouraging players to try during practice and games; by providing positive re-enforcement; and by respecting my players. This allows me to relate and communicate with student-athletes to enhance their individual development and love for the game.

Varsity Girls Soccer

Head Coach: Juan Serna
Coaching Since: 2006
Education: BS Computer Science from Stony Brook State University
Collegiate Experience: Stony Brook State University, Team Captain, All-East Conference, All American. St. John’s University, Big East Conference Champions 1998, NCAA Elite 8 Division 1 Championship 1998
Coaching Philosophy: Student-Athletes must build strong character and self-confidence to be successful on and off the field. Academics and athletics are key parts of their daily activities and their performance, and each of these is critical to their development and success. By providing student-athletes with the proper guidance and support, we can all achieve success in many areas, not only as individuals but as a team.

Middle Division Co-Ed Soccer

Shawn MooreHead Coach: Shawn Moore
Coaching Since: 2007
Education: BA History, University of Maryland; MS History, University of South Florida
Coaching Philosophy: I believe strongly in focusing heavily on developing technical skill and confidence. We will, of course, have fun and will aim to win games. However, our desire to win will never come at the expense of enjoying the game and developing our skills. I encourage our young student-athletes to develop a strong sense of commitment to the game and each other.