Soccer - Girls' Varsity

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Under the direction of Head Coach, Mike Romeo, the Girls' Varsity Soccer is setting a high standard of play and competitiveness in the Greater Middlesex Conference Blue Division.  

As the smallest school in terms of enrollment, the Rams captured a divisional championship in 2014 and came within a point of repeating in 2015.  In 2018, the Rams ran the table with an undefeated season to win the Blue Division again.

In 2019, the Rams secured the GMC Blue Division Co-Championship on the final day of the season with 2-1 overtime victory at Spotswood. The Rams finished tied for first place with division rival Metuchen. The Divisional Championship was the 5th for our girls’ soccer program in 10 seasons in the Greater Middlesex Conference.

In the prestigious GMC Soccer Tournament, The Wardlaw-Hartridge Girls’ Varsity advanced to the Elite Eight in 2014, 2015 and 2016.  The 2017 Rams made it to the Round of 16, where they were eliminated by the #3 seed.  In 2018, W+H went further than ever, as they made it to the Semifinal round of the GMC tournament and the Non-Public B South tourney.

As dual member of the NJSIAA and NJISAA the Rams also compete in the Non-Public State B South Tournament and NJISAA Prep B Tournament.   

Our soccer program has also helped produce players for the NCAA level.

The Rams Girls' Varsity Program currently have 4 girls playing college soccer:

Fiorella Doglio (2016)  NJIT   

Alex Garces (2016) Cabrini College
Neema Liverpool (2015) NJIT    

Mia Reyes (2018) Haverford College

Antonella Doglio (2019) Marywood College


Girls’ Soccer Championships:

GMC Gold 2010, 2011
GMC Blue 2014, 2018, 2019


Career Goal and Assist Leaders

Bella Wysocki Class of 2021
97 Goals Scored (through junior season)

Alex Garces, Class of 2016
Valentina Margiottiello Class of 2013
62 Career Goals Scored

Samantha Barbeito, Class of 2011 
61 Career Goals Scored

Taylor Gerhart, Class of 2014
52 Career Goals Scored

Neema Liverpool, Class of 2015
51 Career Goals Scored

Fiorella Doglio, Class of 2016
46 Career Goals Scored

Sofia Ambrosio, Class of 2019
40 Career Goals

Mairead Forrest, Class of 2014
38 Career Goals Scored


Single-Season Goal Scoring Records:

Bella Wysocki (2018)
44 Goals

Freshman record: 
Bella Wysocki (2017)
20 Goals


Career Assists  

Mia Reyes, Class of 2018
59 Career Assists

Isabella Wysocki, Class of 2021
40 Assists (through junior season)

Alex Garces, Class of 2016
37 Career Assists

Mairead Forrest, Class of 2014
37 Career Assists

Taylor Gerhart, Class of 2014
28 Assists

Neema Liverpool, Class of 2015
22 Career Assists

Fiorella Doglio, Class of 2016
19 Career Assists


Single-Season Assist Records:

Mia Reyes (2016) 
21 Assists

Freshman record: 
Bella Wysocki(2017)
14 Assists


The Wardlaw-Hartridge School
1295 Inman Ave,
Edison, NJ 08820
(908) 754-1882
The Wardlaw + Hartridge School is a top private and college prep school in Edison, New Jersey, which provides an independent, pioneering educational experience at the early childhood, kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high school levels.
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