Soccer - Girls’ JV - Kingswood Oxford

Soccer – Girls’ JV

Junior Varsity sports play a vital role at Kingswood Oxford, steering players toward successful varsity careers. These teams allow valuable learning moments to sharpen and hone skills and build a strong foundation for the sport. In addition to technique development, players learn fortitude and resilience, build leadership skills, and gain confidence in themselves as athletes and young adults. These important lessons translate into the classroom and can be applied to every aspect of life.

Record:
WLT
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  • # Name Hometown
  • 0 Ysabel Albert West Hartford
  • 2 Samantha Almeida
  • 7 Sofia Atanasio-Villa
  • 13 Kayla Buttaro
  • Yale Chen
  • 29 Abigail Craig Torrington
  • 3 Isabella Deurloo Tolland
  • 9 Alexandra Doering West Hartford
  • 12 Jolie Flash Amston
  • 10 Maya Gerrits Burlington
  • 22 Pauline Golder West Hartford
  • 6 Samaria Gonzalez
  • 11 Madeline Hemmerich
  • 8 Hannah Malkin West Hartford
  • 4 Margaret Miller Wethersfield
  • 19 Miya Scranton West Hartford
  • 14 Emma St. Clair West Hartford
Jermaine Matheson

Upper School History

Brown University, B.A.; Teachers College, Columbia University, M.A.

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Bio

Deborah Tofil

Soccer Coach

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Kingswood Oxford students participate in athletics to refine skills and to support something larger than themselves. Kingswood Oxford students participate in athletics to refine skills and to support something larger than themselves. Kingswood Oxford students participate in athletics to refine skills and to support something larger than themselves. Kingswood Oxford students participate in athletics to refine skills and to support something larger than themselves. Kingswood Oxford students participate in athletics to refine skills and to support something larger than themselves. Kingswood Oxford students participate in athletics to refine skills and to support something larger than themselves. Kingswood Oxford students participate in athletics to refine skills and to support something larger than themselves.