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Varsity Girls Soccer

I love coaching because I believe wholeheartedly in the importance of play as a way to nurture and to challenge our students in their continued evolution as people.

- Chris Nelson, Head Coach

Schedule

Current Record

Record: 10-12-1
League Record: 4-8
vs.
2017 Pennsylvania Independent Schools Athletic Association Girls Soccer Tournament, George School
Home
Jordan Field
Win 7-0
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vs.
2017 Pennsylvania Independent Schools Athletic Association Girls Soccer Tournament, Westtown School
Away
Loss 2-3
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Roster

# Name Position Grade
2 Riley Axenroth Back 11
3 Kiley Kergides Back 10
5 Elizabeth Van Blarcom Midfield 10
7 Sarah DiLello Forward 10
9 Rachael Villari (captain) Back 12
11 Mackenzie Pluck (captain) Forward 12
13 Eleni Kytzidis Midfield 10
14 Julia Johnson Midfield 11
15 Juliana Sarisky Midfield 12
16 Kathryn Hackley Midfield 11
17 Grace Kaupas Midfield 10
18 Nicole Marion (captain) Back 12
20 Allison Clark Midfield 11
21 Madelyn Burns Back 10
22 Sasha Capers Back 10
23 Annelise Peterson Forward 12
24 Grace McGettigan Midfield 10
25 Bailey Gilmore Forward 12
GK Elizabeth Altomare Goalkeeper 10
GK Meaghan Toscano Goalkeeper 10

Coaches

  • Christopher Nelson
    Head Coach

    Head Varsity Girls' Soccer Chris Nelson finished his seventh season leading the Patriots. He guided GA to an Inter-Ac League title his first season at the helm in 2011 and to a PAISAA title in 2015 after reaching the championship game the year before. In 2016, the Patriots fell in overtime in the semifinals of the PAISAA tournament, but finished the season strong by crushing Penn Charter, the Inter-Ac league champions, 5-2 on GA-PC day.

    During the 2017 season, Nelson guided the team to a 10-12-1 record. They finished the season in the second round of the PAISAA tournament. Nelson had three student-athletes selected to All-Inter-Ac teams in 2017.

    Nelson, who also serves as the Head of Upper School and a math teacher, previously served as the head coach of the Shipley girls' varsity soccer team from 2006-09; and after becoming the Dean of Students at Shipley, he served as the assistant coach in 2009 and 2010. During those five years, Nelson’s teams won three Friends League soccer championships (2006, 2007, 2010) and finished second once (2009). He coached three student-athletes that were named All-Southeastern PA and several of his players went onto successful college soccer careers at NCAA Division I schools. Before going to Shipley, Nelson was the girls' varsity soccer coach at The Forman School in Litchfield, Conn. (1994-96) and Indian Mountain School in Lakeville, Conn. (1998-2001).

    (Updated on 11/28/17)

  • Kellianne Kaput
    Assistant Coach

    Kelli Kaput is a sixth-year assistant coach for GA's girls' varsity team. Kaput brings with her coaching experience at various youth levels, including a stint at her alma mater Nazareth Academy, as well as a history of successes as a player. She spent her collegiate career as a member of the University of Pennsylvania women’s soccer team. A four time All-Ivy League selection, she helped lead the Quakers to their first NCAA appearance.

    Kaput joined the Germantown Academy Community as the Director of Annual Giving, a position she began in 2010. Prior to coming to GA, she served in administrative roles in the Athletic Departments at the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University.

  • Katie Martin
    Assistant Coach

    Katie Martin '08 is a sixth-year varsity assistant coach for the Patriots. As a student-athlete at GA, Martin helped the Patriots' girls' soccer program win four consecutive Inter-Ac League titles. After GA, she attended Ursinus College and is currently a school counselor in Philadelphia. Martin has various levels of coaching experience and has worked with children as young as five and as old as 18. In addition to soccer, Martin has also coach both basketball and lacrosse at the Middle and Upper School levels

  • Kacie Kergides
    Assistant Coach


    Kacie Kergides '10 is a second-year assistant coach for the Patriots. During her playing days at GA, Kergides was a five-year varsity starter and a five-year First Team All-Inter-Ac League selection. She was named the league MVP as a senior and later named the Player of the Year by The Times Herald. She was a two-time All-Southeastern Pennsylvania and all-state honoree. Kergides went on to play at the University of Princeton where she played in 53 games (44 starts) and played a key role in helping the Tigers win the 2012 Ivy League league title.
  • Aniyah Branch
    Team Manager
  • Eloedie Leyens
    Team Manager

Facility

GA varsity girls soccer plays on Jordan Field in Sisters' Woods.


Sisters’ Woods is home varsity field hockey, varsity girls lacrosse, and varsity girls soccer programs. It opened in the fall of 2010 when two new artificial turf fields were installed — Oberkircher Field and Jordan Field. The fields are identical in size at 180 x 300’ and each has their own scoreboard with clock and home and away scoring areas. There is a small spectator seating area next to Oberkircher Field (field closest to the walking path), while Jordan Field has a natural berm where spectators can view the contest from a short height above field level. The fields can be lined for lacrosse, soccer and/or field hockey. Goals for each of those sports are available as well. Portable restrooms are on-site for participant and spectator use. Access to the fields can be attained by parking in the Carey Stadium Lot and using the brick pathway to Sisters’ Woods, or by parking on the GA campus, crossing the Wissahickon Creek on foot to the brick pathway that leads to the fields. There is a donkey set up alongside Oberkircher Field where the scoring table and video setup can be placed. Germantown Academy has hosted many soccer and lacrosse tournaments for all ages on Sisters’ Woods.

Sisters' Woods:

  • Two 180x300’ artificial turf fields - Oberkircher and Jordan Fields
  • Electronic scoreboard on each field
  • Scoring table with overhead view for video at Oberkircher Field
  • Spectator seating next to Oberkircher Field
  • Natural berm seating for specatators above Jordan Field
  • Fields can be lined for lacrosse, soccer and/or field hockey, with goals available for each sport
  • Portable restrooms
  • Parking is available in the Carey Stadium Lot (200) or on the GA campus (450)

GA Girls Soccer News

Fall 2017 Start Dates & Tryout Information

The Germantown Academy Department of Athletics is pleased to provide the following information for the FALL 2017 preseason Upper School sports (this includes ANYONE who wants to participate in Upper School sports at any level). Student-athletes can bring lunch or bring money to buy/order lunch. Please contact the coach if you have any questions. Fall 2017 schedules will be updated this summer.

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