Tejan Walcott ’17 brings Centennial Conference Championship experience to the Fords, winning championships as both a player and a coach. Walcott was a part of two Centennial Conference Championship winning teams as a player and helped the Fords recapture the conference crown in his return to the sidelines as an assistant coach in 2018.
A three-time All-Centennial Conference forward, Walcott scored 22 goals and assisted on seven more during his collegiate career as he helped lead Haverford to a pair of Centennial Conference Championships as a junior and senior. In just his short time helping the program, he has already tutored forward Nick Jannelli ’20 to become just the second player ever to be named Centennial Conference Player of the Year in back-to-back seasons.
The Fords finished with the best regular season record in the Centennial Conference during three of his four seasons as a player and also made three appearances in the Centennial Conference Championship match. Walcott’s 78 career games played ranked second in school history at the time of his graduation. He started 64 of those matches during his career.