The Huskies are coming off a terrific 11-5-0 season in 2018. The team is returning several experienced players and welcoming promising new talent. The 2019 season boasts a strengthened schedule and renewed drive to continue winning habits.
The goal of the New Hampton soccer program is to create a community that competes together at the highest possible level. Playing a winning style of the beautiful game requires passion, creativity, and resilience. Good people make good huskies and we build our team with these expectations in mind.
The New Hampton men’s varsity soccer program competes in the New England Prep School Athletic Conference. The Lakes Region League is made up of six schools including Brewster Academy, Kimball Union Academy, Proctor Academy, Vermont Academy, and Holderness School.
A New Hampshire native, Griffith attended Souhegan High School where he was twice named First-Team All-State and voted captain as a Junior. During his high school career, Griffith played for the New England Revolution youth academy program. While playing, his team competed in the National Finals with Griffith as a captain and recipient of the Minuteman Award for professionalism and dedication. Griffith also picked up two games and several training sessions with the New England Revolution reserves. Griffith went on to play at and graduate from Northwestern University with a B.A. in Political Science.
He returned to New Hampshire for his fifth year of eligibility to play for the University of New Hampshire and complete his Master of Public Policy. Griffith was named captain during his only season with the Wildcats in a year that saw them reach the Sweet Sixteen of the National Tournament and a final rank of #14. During his final season, Griffith was named All-East Region Second Team, All-America East Second Team, NESJ Mid-Season Starting XI, College Soccer News Team of the Week, and ESPN Player of the Game.
Following his playing career, Griffith successfully ran for NH State Representative where he currently serves his community on the West side of Manchester as an elected official and community leader. Coach Griffith is the Head Men’s Varsity Coach at New Hampton School as well as an Advancement Associate in the Alumni and Development Office on campus.