Soccer - Boys Varsity
During the 1960s and 1970s, Coach Jackman Stewart made Berkshire one of the premier soccer programs in New England. As a fitting tribute to his remarkable career at Berkshire, the New England Prep School Soccer Association has named the New England Class A Championship Trophy, the Stewart Cup, in his honor. The proud winning tradition and passion for the game of soccer that Jackman Stewart cultivated in his players has remained a trademark of Berkshire Soccer over the years and continues today. Berkshire annually competes at the championship level, winning the Class A title in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2016 while earning the No. 1 ranking among the nation's prep schools.
All of the coaches in the program remain committed to the development of each player and the success of each of the three teams in the boys program. With daily training sessions, a competitive match schedule, and an overall commitment to excellence, Berkshire has been able to remain a leader in the New England Prep School Soccer Association. In preparation for each season, Berkshire takes a preseason trip, during which the players not only get a full soccer experience but also a valuable cultural experience. In recent years, the team has taken trips to England, Germany, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Zambia and to various location throughout the United States.
Coach Tony Mohammed began his first season as the head coach of the varsity boys soccer team in 2016. No stranger to the sport, Mohammed competed at the collegiate level at Kenyon College ('97) where he led the team in scoring for three seasons, and earned all-conference and all-region selection honors. During his playing career at Kenyon, Coach Mohammed helped lead the Lords to three NCAC conference titles and two NCAA Division III Final Four appearances. Prior to Berkshire, Coach Mohammed served as the head women's soccer coach and associate professor at Wellesley College.
Off the pitch, Mr. Mohammed can be found in Chase House, where he serves as the Assistant Director of Admissions. He also coaches boys squash during the winter season.
Assistant Coach: Jeremiah Jemison '09
Assistant Coach: Chris Perkins
|1||Noah Abrams (captain)||2017||London|
|6||Jules Öberg (captain)||2017||Luxembourg|
|8||Quentin van der Lee (captain)||2017||Tuxedo Park, NY|
|0||Liam Thor||2017||San Francisco, CA|
|3||Stephen O'Connell||2017||Rye, NY|
|7||Ryan Jewell||2017||Essex Junction, VT|
|9||León Silva Cubillos||2017||Santiago|
|10||Cole Venner||2017||Burlington, VT|
|11||Mo Omar||2018||Toronto, ON|
|12||Jack Weeden||2017||Bedford, NY|
|14||Charlie Goldstein||2017||Hillsborough, CA|
|15||Jon Sinclair||2019||Valley Stream, NY|
|16||Rawson Clough||2017||Buffalo, NY|
|17||Juan Cedeño||2017||North Andover, MA|
|18||Ivan Kulchitskiy||2017||Bedford, NH|
|19||Jeremy Richard||2017||Shelburne, VT|
|21||Jeremy Cuvelier||2018||New York, NY|
|23||Juan Widoycovich Scagliotti||2017||Las Condes|
|24||Jacob Shaffelburg||2019||Port Williams, NS|
|26||Lyons Brown||2018||Telluride, CO|
|Ethan Labi||2017||New York, NY|
|Xander Tillou||2018||Litchfield, CT|