Soccer - Girls 3rd Team

Schedule

Schedule

Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Result Score Status
Soccer - Girls 3rd Team vs.
Pingree School
Brooks School Home View Recap Loss 0 - 4
Soccer - Girls 3rd Team vs.
Pingree School
Pingree School Away Details
Soccer - Girls 3rd Team vs.
Milton Academy
Brooks School Home Details CANCELLED
Soccer - Girls 3rd Team vs.
Phillips Andover Academy
Phillips Academy Away Details
Soccer - Girls 3rd Team vs.
Middlesex School
Middlesex School Away Details Win 5-0
Soccer - Girls 3rd Team vs.
Tabor Academy
Brooks School Details Loss 1-3

Overview

Soccer - Girls 3rd Team

Brooks is very proud of its girls soccer program, offering three levels of play for those girls interested in soccer. Each team has its own field on which to practice and play games. All three teams compete against other independent schools. All girls interested in playing on a team have that opportunity.

The three teams play between 10 and 17 games each fall. The girls 1st soccer team has established itself as one of the top teams in New England. The girls compete in the Independent School league and were Class A champions in 2012 and ISL champions in 2013.

In addition, student athletes are fortunate to have access to the exceptional on-campus athletic facilities at Brooks. Athletes at all levels have the opportunity to use the fully equipped weight room to improve strength and conditioning, and a fully-staffed training room is available to treat injuries big and small.

Coaches

  • Head Coach

    After attending Brooks as a student, Jenelle returned to campus in 2003 and is now an associate director of admission. While Jenelle has always had a foot in the admission office, she also has taught English, Journalism, and has been a Form Dean in the Deans Office. Jenelle earned a B.A. from Holy Cross, where she served as the captain of the girls hockey team, and an M.Ed. from the University of Massachusetts. After coaching varsity ice hockey and softball for many years, Jenelle now coaches the mighty 3rds soccer team. Jenelle has resided in a dorm in a dorm the duration of her time here and currently lives in PBA Hall with her husband, Dave, who coaches the varsity boys ice hockey team, along with their children, Ellie, Little Dave, and Lucy. The Ries family enjoys retreating to their home in southern Maine when they have rare moments of free time.

  • An Appalachian native, Spence Ayscue grew up swimming and playing soccer in West Virginia and later North Carolina. After a short stint in Salamanca, Spain while in high school, Ayscue went on to pursue his love of the Spanish language at Davidson College. Following graduation in 2015, Ayscue moved for a year to Madrid, where he taught English at a secondary school. Upon his return, Ayscue worked at Phillips Academy, living in the dorm, teaching Spanish, and coaching soccer and Ultimate Frisbee.