Soccer - Girls' Varsity
See the Rams in action: Goal-scoring montage from the 2018 14-1 regular-season.
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. This year's sensational undefeated regular-season run through the Blue Division is a further example of the excellence they have demonstrated in earlier years.
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 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.
Mia Reyes (2018) Haverford College
Antonella Doglio (2019) Marywood College
Girls’ Soccer Championships:
GMC Gold 2010, 2011
GMC Blue 2014, 2018
Career Goal and Assist Leaders
Bella Wysocki Class of 2021
64 Goals Scored (through sophomore season)
Valentina Margiottiello Class of 2013
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 ScoredSingle-Season Goal Records
Bella Wysocki (2018): 44 Goals
Valentina Margiotiello (2011) 27 Goals
Goals Scored by Freshman (2017): Bella Wysocki 20 Goals
Mia Reyes, Class of 2018
Alex Garces, Class of 2016, 37 Career Assists
Mairead Forrest, Class of 2014, 37 Career Assists
Isabella Wysocki, Class of 2021, 28 Assists (through sophomore season)
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
Assists (2016): Mia Reyes 21 Assists
Assists by a Freshman (2017): Bella Wysocki 14 Assists