The Hebron boys varsity soccer team competes in the Maine Association of Independent Schools Athletic Director’s Conference, a division of the New England Preparatory Schools Athletic Council. The ideals of character, citizenship, and diversity are the cornerstones of the program’s philosophy. Hebron team strives to compete at the highest level of prep school soccer while maintaining a focus on goals of sportsmanship, camaraderie and an ethical approach to honoring the rules of the game and fair play.
Hebron’s tradition of success throughout its program’s history is attributed to the school’s efforts to open its arms to student-athletes from around the world. Passionate soccer players from all types of backgrounds help to enrich the style of play while keeping current with the demands of what it takes to be a competitive student athlete. In recent years, multiple Hebron soccer players have received their diplomas and moved on to colleges and universities to play at the Division I, II, and III levels. Some of these players have also been awarded regional and national honors for their success on the field and in the classroom.
As a dedicated student athlete who wants to compete for a top Prep School Soccer program, please contact Hebron’s Admissions office to begin your application and your journey as a member of one of the top soccer programs in New England.
|3||Gabriel Avalos Meza||2024|
|6||David Burgos Palacios||2023|
|9||Juan Diego Perez Lete Reynoso||2024|
|10||Alan Machado Bernal||2024|
|14||Alfonso Lopez-Quesada Pancorbo||2024|
|15||Long Thien Ngo||2024|
|18||Carlos Rossello Hernandez||2024|
|20||Pablo Garza Tijerina Sanchez||2024|
|22||Eduardo Esquino Espejo||2027|
|23||Diego Balli Fernandez Castello||2026|
|24||Armando Plascencia Niebla||2025|
|25||Juan Andres Placer Escoriaza||2025|
|Alex Amoros Bach||2023|
Coach Santos is entering his first year as the Hebron Academy head varsity soccer coach. Coach Santos has coached for 8 years in Summer programs at boarding schools all over New England and continues to play men's league soccer in Boston, Massachusetts. He attended Northfield Mount Hermon (‘14) before continuing on to Skidmore college (‘18), where he played varsity soccer and was a captain. He looks forward to developing the technical and tactical abilities of his players, as well as creating a positive culture of all around self-improvement and growth within the team.
Coach Brennan is entering his first year as both the assistant varsity soccer coach and the head junior varsity tennis coach. He has played both sports competitively and is excited to share his experience and passion with the Hebron players.