Boys Soccer

2022 - 2023 Varsity Schedule 






Monday 8/29 Coolidge AWAY 4PM Scrimmage
Friday 9/2 Maret HOME 4PM Scrimmage
Tuesday 9/6 Field School HOME 4PM W 2-0
Thursday 9/8 St. Anselm's AWAY 4PM CANCELED
Sunday 9/11 William Penn (Pa) HOME 11AM CANCELED
Friday 9/16 The Heights AWAY 4:30PM  
Tuesday 9/20 Good Counsel AWAY 6:15PM  
Tuesday 9/27 Paul VI HOME 4PM  
Thursday 9/29 Bishop O'Connell HOME 4PM  
Monday 10/3 Avalon AWAY 5PM CANCELED
Tuesday 10/4 BYE      
Thursday 10/6 Bishop McNamara AWAY 3:30PM  
Tuesday 10/11 St. John's AWAY 3:45PM  
Friday 10/14 Dematha AWAY 3:30PM  
Tuesday 10/18 St. Mary's Ryken HOME 4PM  
Tuesday 10/25 Bishop Ireton HOME 4PM  
Thursday 10/27 Gonzaga HOME 4PM  
Friday 10/28 Don Bosco Cristo Rey AWAY 4PM  
HEAD COACH:                                                                                        ASSISTANT COACH:
Tom Walsh                                                                                               Cameran Alavi
2022-2023 ROSTER
Tahir Ali 9 12 5'9" 155  
Jordiivan Aparicio   10 5'10" 140  
Oscar Axume   11 5'10" 190  
Ibrahim Bah 24 10 6'1" 205  
Emmanuel Blakeney   10 5'10" 155  
Andrew Borjas 4 9 5'10" 140  
Hector Castillo 17 9 5'7" 155  
Marcus Clark 11 12 6'1" 170  
Juan Crespo 18 9 5'11" 145  
Steven Cuadra 16 10 5'10" 150  
Adam Elonai 22 10 6'1" 190  
Saul Gimenez 21 10 6'1" 195  
Marvin Gonzalez 8 10 5'7" 145  
Joseph Hernandez 10 10 5'11" 170  
Deloren Holmes 12 10 5'10" 155  
John Joya-Rodriguez 0 11 6'3" 200  
Richard Karis, Jr. 3 11 5'10" 160  
Jairo Lpoez   10 5'6" 140  
Raymond Lopez 14 10 5'9" 175  
Kevin Marquez   12 5'8" 140  
Carlos Molina 13 9 5'10" 170  
Keenan Nunez Ochoa   10 5'9" 205  
Daniel Samura 15 9 5'9" 155  
Estiphano Tessema   9 5'5" 130  
Jason Velasquez 23 10 5'8" 195  
Sergi Torres Venegas   9 5'6" 135  
Antoine Washington 2 9 5'10" 190  
Kaleab Wubishet 6 9 6'0" 170  

Washington, D.C. Native Tom Walsh, Set to Head Archbishop Carroll HS Boys Soccer Program



Tom Walsh, a fourth generation Washingtonian, takes over the Archbishop Carroll Boys Varsity Soccer Program. 


Tom Walsh grew up playing for DC Stoddert, Maryland ODP, and Gonzaga College High School. Tom went on to play at Wheeling Jesuit University where he was a four year starter for the Cardinals. Tom received a Bachelor's Degree in Business Marketing. 


Tom has had coaching stints at the high school level, club soccer level and the NCAA D3 Level. Tom has coached as a varsity assistant at Georgetown Preparatory High School, Fairfax High School, and the Washington International School. At the club level, he has previously coached at DCYFC and DC Stoddert. Tom spent the 2019-2020 year at NCAA D3 Northland College as the Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach. 


We are thrilled to have Tom join our athletic coaching staff here at Archbishop Carroll, '' says Athletic Director Brian Ellerbe”. Tom brings a familiarity to the program having played in the WCAC and growing up in Northeast D.C.’s Brookland Community near Archbishop Carroll. Tom brings a plethora of attributes and as a person, coach, and active community advocate. Tom's energy, and passion for soccer is contagious and we feel he’ll be a wonderful mentor to our student-athletes in following the mission and traditions here at Archbishop Carroll. 


Tom Walsh is replacing former head coach Anthony Ugorji, a Carroll Alum who is stepping down to pursue advanced academic degrees. 

Tom currently works in real estate in Brookland and is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Brookland Football Club which is a youth soccer club based in Ward 5. 


“I am ecstatic about taking over the boys program here at Archbishop Carroll High School. This school is surrounded by a strong student body, dedicated administration and a passionate alumni group. Together, we will make Archbishop Carroll Soccer a holistic program that strives for greatness in the classroom, in the community, and on the field. Our boys will most importantly be beacons of light for their community and strive to be role models day in and day out. Looking forward to making some noise in the WCAC for years to come. Go Lions!”