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Rye City School District 411 Theodore Fremd Avenue South Lobby
Rye, NY 10580

Phone: 914.967.6100
Fax: 914.967.6957

 

 

 
 Rye Athletics
Home of the Garnets
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Staff

 
 
 Coaching Staff
All Seasons
Select coach to send e-mail
Athletic Director
Assistant to the Athletic Program
Albert Mercado
Athletic Trainer
Fitness Center Supervisor
 
Athletic Office Secretary
Fall
CHEERLEADING
Cheerleading Varsity Coach
Danielle Pizzuto
Cheerleading Assistant to Program
CREW
Crew Varsity and Novice Coach (Boys)
Stan Nelson
Crew Varsity and Novice Coach (Girls)
Matthew Kessenich 
CROSS COUNTRY
Cross Country Boys Varsity Coach
Cross Country Girls Varsity Coach
Blair Moynahan
Cross Country Modified (7,8)
Cross Country Assistant to Program
Kevin Murphy 
FIELD HOCKEY
Field Hockey Varsity Coach
Field Hockey JV Coach
Field Hockey Assistat to Program
Lisa-Marie DiRusso
Field Hockey Modified Coach 
Helen McConnell
Field Hockey Modified Coach
FOOTBALL
Football Varsity Coach
Football Varsity Assistant
Football Varsity Assistant
Football JV Coach
Football JV Coach
 
Football 7th/ 8th grade
Football 7th/8th grade
Diego Cabezas
 
 
SOCCER
Soccer Boys' Varsity Coach
Soccer Boys JV Coach
Soccer Boy's Assistant to the program
Soccer Boys' Modified - (7,8) 
Randall McCumber
Soccer Boy's Modified- (7,8)
Soccer Girls' Varsity Coach
Soccer Girls' Assistant to the program
Soccer Girls'JV Coach
Soccer Girls' Modified (7/8)
Soccer Gilrls' Modified- (7/8)
SWIMMING/DIVING
Swimming Varsity Coach Girls'
Swimming Varsity Assistant Girls'
Brendan Eggers
Swimming/Diving Varsity Coach
TENNIS
Tennis Varsity Coach Girls'
Anthony Campbell
Tennis JV Coach Girls
VOLLEYBALL
Volleyball Girls' Varsity Coach
Geri Jones
Volleyball Girls' JV Coach
Volleyball Girls' Modified
Volleyball Assistant to the Program 
Rachel Poccia
Volleyball Modified (7/8)
Winter
BASKETBALL
Basketball Varsity Coach Boys'
Basketball JV Coach Boys
Basketball Modified (8) Boys'
Basketball Assistant to Program Boys'
Basketball Varsity Coach Girls
Basketball JV Girls
Kim Nixon
Basketball 8th Grade Girls
Basketball Assistant to Program Girls'
ICE HOCKEY
Ice Hockey Varsity Coach
Ice Hockey Assistant
Ice Hockey Modified (7,8,9)
 
SQUASH - Boys
Squash Varsity Coach
Squash JV Coach
Jason Hicks
SQUASH - Girls
Squash Varsity Coach
Squash JV Coach
SWIMMING
Swimming Varsity Coach Boys'
Lara Vivolo
Assistant to Varsity
Varsity Diving
WINTER TRACK
Winter Track Varsity Coach Boys
Winter Track Varsity Coach Girls
Winter Track Assistant to Varsity
Winter Track Assistant. to Varsity
Winter Track Modified Coach
Winter Track Modified Coach 
WRESTLING
Wrestling Varsity Coach
Wrestling Modified Coach (7,8)
Spring
BASEBALL
Baseball Varsity Coach
Baseball JV Coach
 
Baseball Modified Coach (7,8) 
 
Baseball Modified Coach(7,8)
Baseball Assistant to Program
GOLF
Golf Boys Varsity Coach
Golf Girls Varsity Coach
LACROSSE
Lacrosse Varsity Coach Boys'
Steve Lennon
Lacrosse Assistant. to Varsity Boys'
 
Lacrosse JV Coach Boys'
Lacrosse Assistant. to JV Boys'
Adam McReddie
Lacrosse Modified (7,8) Boys'
Lacrosse Varsity Coach Girls
 
Dennis Hurlie
Lacrosse Varsity Assistant Coach Girls
Lacrosse JV Coach Girls'
Jim Bannon 
Lacrosse JV Assisant Coach Girls'
Chris Halstead 
Lacrosse Modified (7,8) Girls' Red Team 
Mary Henwood
Lacrosse Modified (7,8) Girls' Black Team 
SOFTBALL
Softball Varsity Coach
Softball JV Coach
Softball Assistant to Varsity & JV Program
Victoria Dosso

Softball Modified (7,8)  Girls Red Team
 
TENNIS
Tennis Varsity Coach Boys
Tennis JV Coach Boys'
TRACK
Track Varsity Coach Boys
Track Varsity Coach Girls'
Track Varsity Assistant Boys
Track Varsity Assisant to the Girls
Joel Jenson
Track Modified Coach (7,8)
Track Assistant to Modified Program
 
Communication with Coach
PARENT/COACH RELATIONSHIP
Both parenting and coaching are extremely difficult vocations. By establishing an understanding of each position, we are better able to accept the actions of the other and provide greater benefits to children. As parents, when your children become involved in our program, you have the right to understand what expectations are placed on your child. This begins with clear communication from the coach of your child's program.
COMMUNICATION YOU SHOULD EXPECT
FROM YOUR CHILD'S COACH
Philosophy of the coach
Expectations the coach has for your child as well as all players on the squad
Locations and times of practices and contests
Team requirements, i.e. special equipment and off-season conditioning
Procedures should your child be injured during participation
Discipline that may result in denial of your child's participation
COMMUNICATION COACHES EXPECT FROM PARENTS
Concerns expressed directly to the coach
Notification of any schedule conflicts well in advance
Specific concern in regard to a coach's philosophy and/or exceptions
The treatment of your child, mentally and physically
Ways to help your child improve
Concerns about your child's behavior
Notification of illness or injury as soon as possible
It is very difficult to accept your child's not playing as much as you may hope. Coaches are professionals. They make judgments based on what they believe to be the best for all students involved. As you have seen from the list above, certain things can and should be discussed with your child's coach. Other things, such as those described in the next segment, must be left to the discretion of the coach.
ISSUES NOT APPROPRIATE TO DISCUSS WITH COACHES
Amount of playing time
Team strategy
Play calling
Other student/athletes
IF YOU HAVE A CONCERN TO DISCUSS WITH A
COACH, PLEASE FOLLOW THIS PROCEDURE
1.     Call to set up an appointment with the coach.
2.     If the coach cannot be reached, call the Athletic Director.
3.     Please do not attempt to confront a coach before or after a contest or practice. These can be emotional times for both the parent and the coach. Meetings of this nature usually do not promote positive resolutions.
NEXT STEP: WHAT CAN A PARENT DO IF THE MEETING WITH THE COACH DID NOT PROVIDE A SATISFACTORY RESOLUTION?
1.        Call and speak with the Athletic Director.
2.        At this meeting, further appropriate steps can be determined
Parents are encouraged to discuss issues and problems with the Athletic Director. However, if a parent has specific complaints regarding a coach, then the coach must have the opportunity to be present to meet with the parent.
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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