Basketball - Girls 2nd Team

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Overview

Basketball - Girls 2nd Team

Girls' 2nd basketball welcomes all levels of experience. We encourage girls to pick up a basketball for the first time and try something new! That said, it is a competitive program that is designed to feed the 1st team. This means we practice regularly and expect everyone to give their best effort.

We focus on skill development, teamwork and communication, and good sportsmanship. We play other teams in the Independent School League (ISL) and enjoy a great spirit of competition, in addition to matching up against some out-of-league opponents who prove worthy rivals.

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


    Susanna Waters is the academic dean, and she is a member of the History Department. Susanna came to Brooks from Holderness School, where she taught history and coached three sports. She graduated from St. Lawrence University, where she majored in history with a minor in Caribbean and Latin American studies. Susanna played on the women’s lacrosse team for all four years, captaining the squad in her junior and senior years, and earning Academic All-American honors both of those years. Susanna returned to earn a master’s of education degree from St. Lawrence, while teaching in the Potsdam public school system. She credits her love of history and Latin America to her mentor at Concord Academy. She lives in Chace House with her husband, Willie Waters ’02.

  • Assistant Coach


    Amanda Nasser graduated from Boston University in 2013 with a degree in social studies education. She also holds a master's degree from Boston University in curriculum and teaching. Prior to Brooks, Nasser was at KIPP Academy Boston in Roxbury, Mass., where he taught 8th grade history and co-taught English. She has also worked at Trinity Academy for the Performing Arts, teaching 7th grade through 10th grade history, Nasser was also a 2013 Teach for America Corps member in Providence. During her time as a history teacher, she has developed system-wide curricula and supported students in both academic and social-emotional instruction. She is originally from Beverly, Mass., and attended the Pingree School. At Brooks, Nasser also coaches girls 2nd basketball and girls 2nd soccer.