Soccer - Boys Varsity

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The Governor's Academy soccer program has a long tradition of fielding competitive, skilled, disciplined, and superbly conditioned teams. The team competes in the highly regarded 16-school Independent School League (ISL), where competition is spirited and intense, and sportsmanship is placed at a premium.

The Govs soccer team plays on the Barbara F. Porter Field, a World Cup-size field that is considered one of the premier pitches in New England. The field is equipped with stadium lights, which allows for exciting night time games for all levels of play. Several Governor’s Academy graduates have played soccer at the collegiate level in recent years.  Recent graduates and captains Colby King (2014) and Nick Moore (2016) are playing collegiate soccer at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Team building and team unity are cultivated within the program. Players learn to respect each other, opponents, and the game as they form a cohesive unit and learn what it means to be a part of the team. Student-athletes in the program develop not only their soccer skills and understanding, but also their leadership skills.

The 2018 Governor's boys' varsity soccer team will include a mixture of both veterans and newcomers excited about improving on past performance.  Govs is returning eleven varsity players from last season and fields a roster of twelve juniors, five sophomores, and one freshman. 

For more information, please email Head Coach Jed Wartman - Thank you.

Assistant Coach: Michael Lefebvre

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