Boys' Soccer - Varsity
The soccer program at Portsmouth Abbey School encourages students to reach their potential in the classroom and on the soccer pitch. Players are challenged to be fundamentally sound, to develop their individual and tactical skills as team players, to be mentally tough, to improve their strength and fitness, and to play with great enthusiasm. A 3,000-square foot state-of-the-art fitness center provides the soccer program, and all Portsmouth Abbey School student-athletes, with a top-flight facility to improve strength and fitness.
Boys' varsity soccer is a member of the Eastern Independent League (EIL). EIL member schools include Bancroft School, Beaver Country Day, Berwick Academy, Concord Academy, Landmark School, Lexington Christian, and Pingree School. We also compete against traditional rivals St. George's and Tabor Academy.
Dr. Kent Rudasill began his Portsmouth Abbey coaching career in 1991, working with the JV boys' soccer team. Since 1991, Coach Rudasill has coached both soccer and baseball at the JV and Varsity levels at Portsmouth Abbey as well as Portsmouth High School and Providence Country Day. He earned the position as the head boys' varsity soccer coach for Portsmouth Abbey starting in the 2015 season. Dr. Rudasill also currently coaches JV baseball at Portsmouth Abbey and teaches in the Mathematics Department.
Assistant Coaches: Joe Dibiase and Mike McLarney