Baseball - JV Boys
Sub-varsity teams are more developmental in nature and playing on a team offers not only a chance to enjoy the sport, but also a valuable participatory experience for each athlete. This applies to all team members from standouts to substitutes who play a supporting role. In keeping with the Thayer philosophy that athletics are an integral part of a student’s curriculum, students should plan their participation with the help of their advisors – this discussion will help everyone gain a better understanding of each child’s overall school program. All sub-varsity participants are expected to receive fairly equal playing time over the course of the entire season. All team information is available via www.thayer.org/TeamSchedules.
Students at Thayer are privileged to be a part of the Independent School League (ISL). This collection of 16 schools shares the highest ideals for school sports and competes in almost every sport Thayer offers. In addition to the ISL opponents, we schedule contests against other members of the New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC)
William O'DwyerHead CoachWilliam O'Dwyer '02 came back to Thayer in the Fall of 2006 after majoring in Elementary Education and Mathematics/Computer Science at Boston College. He was hired to be one of the four core teachers in the sixth grade. William currently teaches four sections of Mathematics in the Upper School. He is also an advisor to nine students in the freshmen class. In addition to teaching, William is the head coach of two sports: Girls Varsity Basketball and JV Baseball. After school, William also teaches the Math ISEE prep class for students applying to independent schools in Grades 6-8.
Kenneth BurkeAssistant Coach
Brad PetersonAssistant CoachBrad joins the Athletics Department in August 2018 after spending the last two years working in Alumni Relations at Thayer. He graduated from Thayer in 2011 where he was the captain of the Varsity Hockey and Varsity Baseball programs as well as the recipient of the Thomas J. Berry III Leadership Award. After Thayer, Brad attended Providence College, where he earned a B.S. in Finance in 2015. He was the team Captain and Club President of the PC Club Hockey Program which competes in the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA). Brad is the oldest of three brothers: Ryan '14 and Kyle '16. He resides in South Boston.