Ted has been the head coach of the Northfield Mount Hermon girls' varsity hockey team since 2009. His teams won the Canterbury Invitational Holiday Tournament in 2009 and the Exeter New Year's Invitational Tournament in 2013; they made it to the finals of the St. Paul’s Christmas Invitational in 2013, 2014, and 2015 and the Winchendon New Year’s Tournament in 2017. In 2011-12, the Hoggers made their first appearance in the New England Prep playoffs since 1989, finishing the season ranked fifth in New England with a final record of 18-6-3. In 2012, Kenyon was awarded the NMH Faculty Fellowship for Excellence in Coaching. A USA Hockey Level 5 Certified Coach, Kenyon has been coaching hockey for many years, launching his career in 1984 when he headed the Summit High School varsity hockey team in Summit, New Jersey. While at NMH, he served as an assistant coach for the boys' varsity hockey team from 2000 to 2008 before moving to the girls' program in 2008. In addition to hockey, Ted has coached in the boys' lacrosse program from 2000 to 2009 and again from 2014 to the present. Ted began his prep school teaching and coaching career in 1992, joining the faculty at the Hun School in Princeton, New Jersey, where he coached the boys' varsity hockey team for eight years. His team won county championships in 1997 and 1998 and captured the state prep “B” championship in 1996. In 1995, Kenyon was named Area Coach of the Year by the Trenton Times and the Trentonian. At Hun, he also coached boys' varsity lacrosse and girls' varsity soccer. At NMH, Ted has worked with local community youth hockey programs, including the Franklin County Hockey Association, the Amherst Hockey Association, the New England Junior Falcons girls' program, and the Springfield Rifles boys' program. Ted holds a bachelor’s degree from Hobart College and an MBA from Babson College. In college, he was a four-year varsity hockey player, playing defense in the highly competitive ECAC West. He also attended Hotchkiss, where he played varsity soccer, hockey, and lacrosse. When not at the rink, Kenyon teaches AP U.S. history at NMH, and is a resident faculty member. He has three children and a dog named Biscuit.