2014 marks Chelsey Feole′s first year as a head coach for The PEA Varsity Field Hockey team. Feole attended The Brooks School and is a 2010 graduate from Boston College. Chelsey on Exeter: "PEA is such an exceptional school. I am honored to be leading the field hockey team, and establish myself within the athletic program. We are a young, but fierce group. I am confident that over time we will sore back to the top of the NEPSAC. I hope to bring a new sense of relentlessness, dedication, and sense of pride to the program. With the right attitude and level of commitment, I anticipate a very bright field hockey future ahead for the academy."
While at BC, Chelsey was a two year captain and twice named All-American. Honored as the Division I Northeast Region Player of the Year as in 2009, the standout forward was also tabbed to the All-Northeast Region Team three times during her career, All-ACC team in 2009, and All-ACC Academic squad for three years. She left BC with a school record for most goals (26) and points (64) in a single season. Feole also played for the U21 Junior National Field Hockey Squad in 2008 and 2009.
Currently Feole is the Owner/Program Director of a premier New England club field hockey program, NorthEast Elite.
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Boys Cross Country
After serving in an assistant-coaching role for the last five years, Brandon Newbould assumes head-coaching duties this year alongside coaches Nicholas Unger and Bill Jordan. Since joining the coaching staff, Brandon has guided the boys to three consecutive Interscholastic championship titles.
Under Brandon’s guidance, the boys’ cross-country program espouses values of competition and training that are integral to its consistent success. Honoring the opponent in competition is stressed at all times, as is supporting the team as one part of the whole, which has led to consistent depth through the varsity and junior-varsity squads.
Brandon moved east from his home in Alaska, and brings his love for the outdoors with him. He established the boys’ signature workout as a rough hill fartlek through a brushy course north of town. Brandon also leads the boys through the extensive trail systems around Exeter, and starts each season off with a long wilderness run through nearby Pawtuckaway State Park. Brandon competes himself as a member of the Whirlaway Racing Team, winning the USATFNE individual marathon championship in 2009 and 2013. In 2010, he finished third in an international field at the Gore-Tex® Transalpine race in Italy. He was also the USATFNE Mountain Running champion in 2013 and a top-50 finisher at the Boston Marathon that year.
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In this the fall of ’14, Rob Morris enters his 23rd year at the Academy. In addition to his duties as head football coach, Rob serves as the Director of Athletics and Instructor in Health. In his first nine years at the school, Rob served as an assistant coach at the varsity level on the staffs of Ed Frey and Bill Glennon. He has coached every position and served as offensive coordinator including one year as co-head coach. Rob served the Junior Varsity Team as head coach for twelve years and says that the experience at at level made him a “better coach and teacher of the game.”
The Exeter Football program has been one of the most consistently successful football programs in New England over the last three decades. Rob believes strongly in the capacity of football to teach lessons in life. Rob is a 2001 recipient of the Brown Family Teaching Award in recognition of outstanding teaching.
Rob spent an influential post graduate year at Tilton School in Tilton, NH. before matriculating and graduating from Springfield College with a BS in Health Education. The youngest of eight children, Rob grew up in Melrose, Massachusetts a product of the public schools there. He points out many influential coaches from his past, in several sports, as role models: Bruce MacPherson, Emerson Dickie, Cliff Somerville, Glen Pires and Jim Buchert at Melrose, Ken Hollingsworth at Tilton School, and Mike Delong and Jack Holik at Springfield College. Rob says his favorite sport growing up was always the sport he was currently playing: Football in the fall, track in the winter and baseball in the spring – he is a proponent of multiple sport participation.
Rob is a voracious reader; a lover of music and a regular at lunchtime pickup basketball.
Rob lives on campus along with his wife of 25 years, Cindy, and their four children: a boy 18 and three girl’s ages: 16, 14, and 12.
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Bruce Shang came to Exeter in 2008 with a passion for teaching, fitness and sports. Since joining the PE department he has had the opportunity to coach a multitude of sports, including his personal favorite, volleyball. He has been lucky enough to be head coach of girls’ varsity volleyball since 2011. This year, Shang is thrilled to be coaching boys’ varsity volleyball, a program brand new to the school in the spring of 2014.
Before joining the volleyball program, Shang coached boys’ varsity soccer, junior varsity basketball, varsity winter track, and varsity spring track. During the winter seasons, Coach Shang works with varsity and junior varsity squash.
Bruce Shang has a B.S. in Exercise Science from Rutgers University and a M.A. in Health Education from The College of New Jersey. He served as an assistant coach to the Rutgers University women′s volleyball team for 3 years. Coach Shang was the head coach of SF Juniors Volleyball Club, and participated as head coach for the following volleyball camps: Nike, University of San Francisco, Rutgers University, and Fairfield University. In the past he has worked as an ACE certified personal trainer at New York Sports Club.
Prior to coming to Exeter, Shang was teaching and coaching at The San Francisco School. At S.F.S. he was the athletic director, physical education teacher, and health education teacher. He also coached the cross-country team, junior varsity and varsity volleyball, junior varsity and varsity boy′s and girl’s basketball teams, and junior varsity and varsity futsal soccer teams.
Bruce Shang is a NSCA certified strength and conditioning coach. He’s obtained a level 1 certification in Track and Field, a level 1, 2, and 3, certification in Goalkeeping, and received a NSCAA national diploma for soccer.
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