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Coach Creagh Steps Down

After nineteen total years coaching Deerfield Boys Varsity Hockey, Coach Brendan Creagh finished his last season with the team this March. Coach Creagh attended Phillips Andover Academy as a postgraduate student, so he is well versed in prep school hockey. After Andover, he played for four years in ...

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Our Barn, Our Culture

In the winter, hockey season begins in the “Barn.” The Deerfield Academy ice hockey rink is full of traditions for both players and fans. Rachel Yao Courtney Morgan ’16, one of the boys varsity hockey team captains, explained that playing in the barn is “special because we think about the ...

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The Thirds Team’s The Charm

This year, the Deerfield hockey program has created a thirds team in order to accommodate an unusually large number of students who wanted to play. The influx was due in part to the competition for this year’s squash teams. Over 65 students tried out for squash in December; and with the limited ...

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Morsman Leaves Long Legacy in Deerfield Sports

Mr. Morsman takes a ride on the Zamboni he donated. Fifty-three years ago, Mr. Jay Morsman ’55 returned to Deerfield to teach. Upon his return, Mr. Morsman also assumed leadership of the Boys JV Tennis team. He continued coaching JV until 1985, when he took the reins of Deerfield’s Boys Varsity ...

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Insuik is Sick

With triumphs such as winning “the state tournament once, the annual Waterville tournament once, and [being] the top goalie at the college exhibition camp [she] attended this summer,” Insuik is clearly a rising star in the hockey world.

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Yue is Awesome

Emily Yue ’16 has achieved notable success in her hockey career at Deerfield and beyond, including a spot on the Chinese Olympic team competing in 2014.

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Wardwell: #Winning

Wardwell, on her way to play hockey next year at Middlebury College, tell how she manages to juggle among varsity sports, a non-Deerfield affiliated team, proctorship and others.

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Oh! Canada

In the past few years, male Canadian hockey recruits have crossed the border to attend DA as new juniors.

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Iodice Freezes Foes

Maryanne Iodice (pronounced E-OH-DEE-CHEE) ’14 hails from Montreal, Canada, and her vicious slap shot has created a buzz on campus.

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