Team Details

Track & Field - Varsity Boys

Overview


Over the last 20 years, Thayer Boys Track & Field posted consistently successful results, featuring 9 ISL or N.E. Championships. They have also finished in the top 3 of the I.S.L 16 times and in the top 3 N.E. 14 times. Along the way the boys have amasses a 238-31 regular season record in the highly competitive I.S.L.

2017 Recap

Owen Drometer was Voted ISL MVP Runner for Boys

Owen Drometer 1500m and 800m Champion

Boys 4x400m ISL Relay Champions:

Eoin O'Sullivan, Patrick Kennedy, Tommy Gaffey, Owen Drometer

All-League: Owen Drometer

Honorable Mention: Daniel Scapicchio


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Roster

Name Class
Thomas Brennan 2019
Cameron Bridge 2018
Thomas Briggs 2020
Eben Butler 2019
Bradford Campbell 2020
Logan Clancy 2020
Nicholas Dawson 2018
Padraigh Desmond 2020
Elias Dow 2018
Owen Drometer 2019
Collin Drooff 2018
Danny El Abboud 2020
Caleb Farwell 2018
Peter Finnegan 2017
Moses Flowers 2019
Thomas Gaffey 2020
John Healey 2017
Pablo Hernandez 2019
Charles Hume (captain) 2017
Terah Jean 2020
Danny Joca 2019
Drew Kelner 2018
Patrick Kennedy (captain) 2017
Sean Kennedy 2018
Torian Kidd 2017
Stephon Kindle 2018
Mac MacKay 2020
Devon Mann 2018
Jack McDonough 2017
Colin McGinn 2020
John McMahon 2017
Tai Miller 2017
Simeone Montrond 2018
David Moscoso 2018
Tobechi Nwokeji 2017
Eoin O'Sullivan 2018
Benjamin Pinola 2018
John Pulgini 2018
Henry Richard 2020
Connor Rotondi 2018
Daniel Scapicchio 2017
Patrick Shiel 2018
Austin Smith 2020
Matthew Steffan 2021
Andrew Swift 2017
Bowen Taylor 2018
Daniel Torney 2017
Jamari Venter 2017
Emmett Wilmot 2020

Coach Info

  • Jeffrey Browne
    Head Coach
  • Steve Branfman

    Steven Branfman has been a coach, advisor, and pottery teacher at Thayer Academy since 1978. He has been an independent studio potter since 1975 and enjoys an international reputation as a potter, writer, and teacher. He is the founder of The Potters Shop & School, a gallery, school, workshop, bookstore, and his studio, in Needham MA. Mr. Branfman’s Raku ware (a pottery technique with its origins in 16th century Japan and the tea ceremony, characterized by fast firing and quick cooling of the ware) has appeared in more than 150 exhibitions around the U.S. and internationally. He is the author of Raku: A Practical Approach, The Potters Professional Handbook, and Mastering Raku: Making Ware-Glazes-Building Kilns-Firing, and writes regularly for international craft and pottery magazines and journals. Prior to teaching at Thayer, Steven taught in several public school systems and at the college level. He is a sought after guest lecturer, having presented workshops of his pottery forming, glazing, and firing techniques all over the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Europe. "My goals in the design of the pottery program reflect the general philosophy I have towards teaching craft and art... to expose the students to a hands on craft experience, to heighten their awareness of art and craft objects around them, and to educate them regarding artists and craftspeople and their desire, drive, and need to create art and craft objects. Steven is an accomplished acoustic guitar player and singer, and an active skier, cyclist, soccer, and basketball player. He lives in Newton with his wife Ellen and dog Bruno.

  • Larry Carlson
  • Chizoba Ezeigwe
  • Brittany Reardon
  • Nellie Brennan Hall
    Nellie Brennan Hall is Associate Director of College Counseling. Before coming to Thayer in 2014, she spent eight years in admission at Brown University.  Nellie began her career as a high school teacher in Memphis, TN. She has also been an Educational Advisor at The Educational Resources Institute (TERI) in Boston. Nellie received her master's degree in Higher Education from Harvard University and her master's degree in Secondary Education from the University of Notre Dame. She also has a bachelor's degree in History of Art and Architecture from Harvard University. A Chicago area native, Nellie is married and has a young daughter and son. She enjoys running, traveling, and going on "adventures" with her children.
  • Callie Schneider
    A New Hampshire native, Callie comes to Thayer after five years of experience at independent schools in New England and Florida. She earned her Bachelor's degree in Latin and Classical civilizations from Wheaton College (MA), where she was also a member of the women's basketball team. In addition to teaching Latin at Thayer, Callie coaches the girls' varsity volleyball and girls' middle school basketball teams and assists in coaching the track and field teams. Callie also serves as a freshman advisor. When not teaching, Callie is passionate about learning and traveling; she has studied and traveled extensively in the United States, Greece, Italy, France, Spain, and Peru. She particularly enjoys learning languages and experiencing different cultures.
  • George Chatman
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