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Varsity Soccer




The Haverford School's varsity soccer program has won four conference titles, three PAISAA State Championships, and four national rankings since 2011. In 2014, the team finished #10 in the nation. Numerous players have received all-conference, all-state, and all-region status, highlighted by back-to-back Gatorade Players of the year in 2011 and 2012. The 2014 team also won the NSCAA Ethics Award.

Meet the Coach


Dan Keefe is head coach of the varsity program. For six years, he coached under the direction of Bill Brady, whose teams won four Inter-Ac Championships and three PAISAA Championships. In his inaugural 2018-19 season, Coach Keefe's team won the Inter-Ac and was ranked as high as 10th nationally. 

Keefe played soccer in Cincinnati, Ohio, and matriculated to Wake Forest University. 

In addition to his work with the soccer team, Dan is an Upper School English teacher, coordinator for the Edward R. Hallowell Literary Lecture, and a part-time poet/writer.

Team News


By Bruce Adams,

The senior midfielder led the highly-ranked Fords’ soccer team to the Inter-Ac title this fall, and was named Inter-Ac Most Valuable Player, as well as all-state, first team All-Delco and first team All-Main Line. The University of Chicago commit is also an excellent student who is a National Merit Scholar semifinalist. Off the pitch, Wada participates in the Peanut Butter and Jelly Club at Haverford School, which makes lunches for homeless shelters in Philadelphia. Read the story >

Read More about Haverford School’s Griffin Wada is Main Line Boys Athlete of the Week

By Bruce Adams,

A few minutes after Haverford School’s 2-0 win against Shipley at Talen Energy Stadium Sunday evening, the Fords’ Nick Pippin described the feeling of scoring at the Talen venue (he tallied both goals):

“It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” said Pippin. “When I saw the ball go in the net, me first thought was a little disbelief, I’m like, ‘Did that just happen?’ I’m just very blessed that I’ve had the opportunity to come out here and give it my best.”

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Read More about Haverford School, Shipley get their kicks at Talen Energy Stadium


Germantown Friends' School


# Name Position Class
7 Alex Andrews DEF 2019
5 M.J. Atkins DEF 2020
30 William Boyes GK 2020
1 Michael Bozzi MF 2021
14 Kieran Bradley MF 2021
19 Nicholas Brill-Edwards DEF 2019
23 Danyal Burhan ST 2019
6 Daniel Calvelli MF 2019
33 Trent Davis MF 2021
42 Carson De Marco DEF 2020
15 Robert Driscoll MF 2020
44 Mitchell Hark DEF 2020
27 Asher Laackman MF 2022
0 Drew Loughnane GK 2021
3 Luke Macaione MF 2020
11 Scott Marshall ST 2019
32 Brennan McBride DEF 2020
10 Will Micheletti ST 2019
2 Nicholas Pippis MF 2019
16 Franny Radano DEF 2019
24 Jack Schrotberger ST 2020
8 Zach Seaman ST 2021
17 Jed Senior MF 2019
12 Will Springer DEF 2020
4 Charlie Towle MF 2019
39 Griffin Wada DEF 2019



  • Varsity Soccer


Episcopal Academy
Episcopal Academy
Win 4-1
PAISAA Tournament, Kiski Prep
Memorial Field - The Haverford School
Loss 2-2
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Memorial Field - The Haverford School
Tie 2-2
Penn Charter
Memorial Field - The Haverford School
Shipley School
Talen Energy Stadium
Win 2-0
Episcopal Academy
Episcopal Academy

Season Recap

Head coach: Daniel Keefe
Overall record: 13-4-2
League record: 6-3-1
League finish: 1st place 
Team captains: Will Micheletti, Griffin Wada, Nick Pippis
Individual accomplishments: 
Inter-Ac MVP – Griffin Wada
All-Inter-Ac First Team – Griffin Wada, Will Micheletti
All-Inter-Ac Second Team – Nick Pippis, Mitchell Hark, Luke Macaione
All-Inter-Ac Honorable Mention – Will Boyes

  • Three seniors will play soccer in college
  • Team was ranked as high as #12 nationally and #1 in Pennsylvania
  • Claimed the Inter-Ac title with a 4-1 win over Episcopal Academy on Haverford/EA day
  • Played Shipley at Talen Energy Stadium and won 2-0
  • Defeated both the Hill School (2-0) and Springside Chestnut Hill (2-1), who competed for the PIASAA state championship
  • Defeated Conestoga and Bishop Curley, who were both nationally ranked when the teams met
  • Goals (42) were scored by 12 different players, and every member of the varsity team (27 athletes) played in multiple games

Collegiate Athletes

Haverford School graduates have gone on to play at several premier institutions. Collegiate athletes from the past five graduating classes are:

Josh Ridenhour-Skidmore

Conor Bradley-Villanova
Shane Bradley-Villanova
Connor Gregory-Brown
Jimmy Tricolli-Emory
Jerry Karalis-Colgate
Senan Farrelly-Notre Dame
Alec Haas-Wesleyan
Grant Yu-Pomona

Sander Yu-Drexel

Carlo DeMarco-UMass
Brett Campbell-Georgetown
Danny Rubenstein-Wesleyan
Sam Bowen-Randolph Macon


For photos, check out our teams on The Haverford School's SmugMug account.

The Haverford School Soccer EA Day


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