Boys' Varsity Soccer at Wardlaw-Hartridge has been consistently recognized as an overachieving program that competes hard against all opponents.
Under the direction of Head Coach, Jason Montesinos,
the Rams style of play combines patient, controlled ball possession with a strong work ethic pursuing the ball and keeping the ball. The Rams soccer team entered the Greater Middlesex Conference in 2010 and since then have been a force to be reckoned with.
Over the last 12 seasons, the boys' varsity soccer team has come away with 3 division championships (2010, 2011, and 2014). Over that time, they have competed in both the Blue and Gold Divisions, looking for bigger schools to give them appropriate competition.
In 2019, the team went on a historic run in the state tournament. After impressive victories over prep rivals Ranney and Rutgers Prep, the Rams reached final of the South Jersey, Non-Public B NJSIAA Tournament losing to perennial champion, Moorestown Friends.
Every action and decision made by coaches and players will prioritize team. When the teammate next to you looks like he/she is about to quit, don’t let him/her. In addition to coaches, players should inspire one another. You, as a coach, have done your job well when the players are able to motivate/guide one another. This environment directly reflects the values of the coach and club. Players should criticize one another constructively. They should hold each other accountable. We are mentoring young adults to think for themselves. Most importantly, they should lead one another.
We work hard for every goal we want to achieve. Every session and game is played with integrity and hard work. Any time we are on the pitch, our hard work is a representation of the club and what we stand for.
Players must pay attention to all details addressed in trainings and games. In order to be as prepared as possible, we must focus on every direction.
Do Your Job
Execute the specific tasks presented by the coach. Execute on the things that you as an individual player do well. Make a sincere effort to improve on that things that you do not do well.
The JV program practices alongside the varsity. The Junior Varsity programs serves as both a feeder program to develop future varsity players and give opportunities to more players to compete as a high school soccer player.
Boys soccer is proud to have had 11 student-athletes further their soccer career since 2012 and compete as NCAA college soccer players.
Boys’ Varsity Soccer Quick Facts:
2021 Season, Key Dates:
1st day of practice:
August 22, 2022
NJSIAA Non-Public B Tournament:
Practice & Game Venue:
(on-campus, behind the school)
GMC Gold Division
GMC Conference Championship
NJISAA B Championship (Prep B)
NJSIAA Non-Public B