2016 Season Record: 13-4-1
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NEC All-Conference: Hannah LeJeune, Nicole White
NEC All-Star: Morgan Mscisz, Lauren Clement
The Danvers High School girls soccer program is widely recognized throughout the community and state for producing highly skilled soccer players. The program hosts three teams within the Division II Northeast Conference at the varsity, junior varsity and freshman levels, making for a highly competitive selection process in the fall. The goals at all levels are to improve players with an emphasis on technical development, tactical awareness and strong team mentality.
Throughout the season, girls are challenged by their teammates and coaches to advance their skills and as a result, the program has shown its ability to produce winning teams and highly developed soccer players. The Danvers High School girls soccer team has been a consistently dominating force, clinching the title of Northeastern Conference Champions for multiple seasons. Over the years, many alumni have moved on to play college soccer at Division I schools with the likes of the UMass-Amherst and Penn State.
Girls Varsity Soccer Head Coach Jimmy Hinchion talks strategy with his players.
Varsity Head Coach – Jimmy Hinchion
Varsity Assistant Coach – Jerry Hills
Varsity Assistant Coach – Shawn Hills
Varsity Assistant Coach – Sean Doherty
Varsity Assistant Coach – Taylor Orlando
Varsity Assistant Coach – Becky MacDonald
Varsity Assistant Coach – Ashley Sullivan
Jimmy Hinchion is the long-time head coach of the girls varsity soccer program. Prior to heading the girls varsity program, Hinchion coached the boys JV soccer team for five years. Coaching at the high school, youth and club level since 1994, Hinchion brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our girls. In his own career, Hinchion played soccer for four years as a Danvers Falcon before bringing his talents to Westfield State College for another four years. At Danvers High School, Hinchion has established a strong, winning tradition for the girls varsity soccer team and looks to build upon this in the future.