Varsity Boys Soccer

Head coach: Marc Kerrest
Assistant coaches: Donoson FitzGerald,  Aaron Morgan ’20, Alex Morgan ’20. 

2021/2022 Season Schedule

Legend:  Postponed  Cancelled/Season Over

Date Opponent Location Dismissal Departure Start Results
Wed 12/1 Aragon Home: Wunderlich TBA   TBA  
Fri 12/3 Palo Alto HS Palo Alto HS 2:35pm 2:50pm 4:00pm  
Wed 12/8 Sequoia Sequoia HS 2:30pm 2:45pm 4:00pm  
Fri 12/10 Carlmont Carlmont HS 2:45pm 3:00pm 4:30pm  
Fri 12/17 University Showcase vs TBA @ 12pm or 2pm Beach Chalet   TBA TBA  
Sat 12/18 University Showcase vs TBA @ 12pm or 2pm Beach Chalet   TBA TBA  
Wed 1/5 CSUS* Crystal Springs Upland School 2:15pm 2:30pm 4:00pm  
Fri 1/7 Harker* Harker   4:45pm 6:30pm  
Wed 1/12 TKA* Home: Wunderlich 2:25pm   3:30pm  
Fri 1/14 SHP* Sacred Heart Prep     3:30pm  
Wed 1/19 Eastside* Home: Wunderlich 2:25pm   3:30pm  
Fri 1/21 Priory* Home: Wunderlich 2:25pm   3:30pm  
Wed 1/26 CSUS* Home: Wunderlich 1:40pm   2:45pm  
Fri 1/28 Harker* Home: Wunderlich 1:40pm   2:45pm  
Wed 2/2 TKA* Kings Academy 1:45pm 2:00pm 3:30pm  
Fri 2/4 SHP* Home: Wunderlich 2:25pm   3:30pm  
Wed 2/9 Eastside* Home: Wunderlich 1:40pm   2:45pm  
Fri 2/11 Priory* Priory 2:00pm 2:15pm 3:30pm  

About the Team

In the past four seasons, the Menlo boys have compiled a 35-5-8 West Bay Athletic League record and 58-15-12 overall mark. The Knights program ushered in a new chapter in its history in 2012-2013, landing its first CCS championship, and in 2019, advanced to the championship final. In 2015-2016, Menlo knocked off the top seed in the first round of the CCS Championships, ultimately losing 1-0 in the semifinals to the eventual champions. The Knights returned to the CCS semifinals in 2017 after compiling a 9-0-3 West Bay Athletic League record and its first league title in 15 years.

About the Coach

Marc Kerrest (eighth season)

marc.kerrest@menloschool.org

Marc Kerrest Since taking the reins of the soccer program in the 2012-13, Menlo continues to finish among the leaders in league and in the classroom. Kerrest grew up playing soccer in Saint Germain en Laye outside Paris and at the College Preparatory School in Oakland. He earned a degree in economics from Tufts University, where he played outside back for the soccer team. He then served as assistant coach for the Tufts varsity team for two seasons. Kerrest holds the United Soccer Coaches Advanced National Diploma, and earned his United States Soccer Federation B License. He also is an assistant coach for the Colorado College women’s team.