Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team

Schedule

Schedule

Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Result Score Status
Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team vs.
Brookwood School
Brooks School Home Details Win 1-0
Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team vs.
Phillips Andover Academy
Brooks School Home Details
Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team vs.
Phillips Exeter Academy
Brooks School Home Details Loss 1 - 3
Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team vs.
Lawrence Academy
Brooks School Home Details CANCELLED
Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team vs.
Phillips Andover Academy
Brooks School Home Details
Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details
Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team vs.
BB&N
Brooks School Home Details CANCELLED
Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team vs.
Noble and Greenough
Noble and Greenough Away Details
Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team vs.
Phillips Andover Academy
Phillips Academy Away Details Loss 0 - 3
Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team vs.
Milton Academy
Brooks School Home Details Loss 0-2
Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team vs.
Tabor Academy
Brooks School Home Details Tie 2-2

Overview

Field Hockey - Girls 2nd Team

The Brooks field hockey program consists of a 1st and 2nd team. Each team enjoys a competitive schedule within the Independent School League (ISL), the oldest independent school athletic association in the United States. Teams are created based on skill, and while the varsity program is very strong, the lower level act as a feeder system within the program.

Most important, the entire program focuses on a tradition of team-building, with intensity and commitment to each other as the primary goals. Both on the field and off, veteran players take seriously their role as student and athlete mentors to their younger teammates, which has helped build the successful program that exists today. There is also an emphasis on honoring the game of field hockey as well as respecting opponents.

Coaches

  • Head Coach

    Chelsea grew up in northwestern Michigan before graduating from the University of Michigan with a degree in Spanish and Medieval and Early Modern Studies. Her undergraduate experience included a yearlong immersion program in the humanities at Universidad de Sevilla. Furthering her passion for the Spanish Golden Age and its literature, Chelsea went on to earn a master’s degree in Spanish Language and Literature at Western Michigan University, where she was a popular teaching assistant to undergraduates. Her time at Western Michigan included another immersion experience, this time in Queretaro, Mexico. Her travels have since taken her to Peru, Puerto Rico, Istanbul, and Oaxaca, Mexico. Chelsea teaches Spanish, coaches JV Field Hockey and assists with the community service program, is a dorm parent, and lives in Russell House with her two rabbits, Huckleberry and Scout.

  • A seasoned teacher, administrator, coach and dorm parent, Wendy Brennan is the associate director of college counseling. At previous schools, she gained experience as an English teacher, department head, varsity coach, college counselor, community service coordinator, behind-the-scenes leader of Vermont Academy and mother of three teenaged daughters, Molly, Katy and Abby. Brennan lives in Merriman House with her yellow lab, Henry, and her Boxer, Tux. Brennan earned her bachelor's degree from Dartmouth College and master's degrees from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College. She began her teaching career at the Hotchkiss School.

  • Rebecca Clay has been teaching high school science for seven years, including four years at Norwich Free Academy in Norwich, Conn., and two years at Fitch Senior High School in Groton, Conn. Clay received her undergraduate degree in cognitive neuroscience from Brown University and her master's degree in education from the University of New Haven. She lives in Newbury, Mass.