Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team

Schedule

Schedule

Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Result Score Status
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Cushing Academy
Brooks School/Anna Trustey Field Home View Recap Win 3-0
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Pingree School
Pingree School Away View Recap Tie 1-1 (OT)
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
St. Mark's School
St. Mark's School Away View Recap Win 2-0
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Groton School
Brooks School/Anna Trustey Field Home View Recap Win 5-0
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Thayer Academy
Brooks School/Anna Trustey Field Home View Recap Win 5-0
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Middlesex School
Brooks School/Anna Trustey Field Home View Recap Win 5-0
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Rivers School
Rivers School Away View Recap Win 2-0
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
St. George's School
Brooks School/Anna Trustey Field Home View Recap Win 8-1
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Phillips Exeter Academy
Phillips Exeter Away Details Win 4-1
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Lawrence Academy
Lawrence Academy Away Details
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Governor's Academy
Brooks School/Anna Trustey Field Home Details Win 4-2 CHANGED: This event has changed.
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Noble and Greenough
Brooks School/Anna Trustey Field Home Details Tie 0-0 (OT)
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Milton Academy
Milton Academy Away Details Win 5-0
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Tabor Academy
Tabor Academy Away Details Win 2-1
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
Pomfret School
Brooks School Home View Recap Win 2-1 (OT)
Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team vs.
NEPSAC SEMI FINAL, St. Mark's School
Brooks School Home Details

Overview

Field Hockey - Girls 1st Team

Brooks field hockey has built a strong and dominant program within the ISL and in New England during the last decade. With an emphasis on “team first,” the field hockey program strives to teach young female student-athletes to play with tremendous effort, discipline and sportsmanship as our highest goals. Learning every day to develop our strongest physical, emotional and mental approach to the game, the team’s success is determined by the strength of the team experience and the ability of veteran player to provide mentorship to the younger girls.

A number of Brooks players have also earned league honors during the past five years, including All-League players, All-New England players, one MVP of the league and two MVPs of the New England tournament.

Several Brooks players participate in the U.S. Futures programs as well as regional club teams, giving many students the opportunity to attend the U.S. Field Hockey Festival held annually in November. Brooks field hockey has also served as a successful step for those interested in playing field hockey at the Division I and III college levels. During the past few years, Brooks players have gone on to play at the following colleges: Boston College, Colgate, Trinity, Bowdoin, Middlebury, Bates, Union, Kenyon, Connecticut College, Northeastern University, Brown and Colby.

Coaches

  • Head Coach


    Math teacher and head coach of the 1st field hockey team, Ali Mattison came to Brooks after three years at the Tilton School in New Hampshire. Ali is a graduate of Tabor Academy and St. Lawrence University, where she was a four-year member of the field hockey team and a lacrosse team. Following St. Lawrence, Ali earned an M.B.A. from Clarkson University. During these years, she also studied abroad in Kenya and in China. Ali is an inveterate traveler and a sailor. She is a dorm parent in Hett East, where she lives with her two dogs.

  • Stacy Turner in both the science and math departments. She grew up in Plymouth, Mass., on White Horse Beach and spent her high school years as a student at Tabor Academy. She moved on to Saint Lawrence University, where she enjoyed what truly can be described as a historically great athletic career. As a member of two very successful varsity teams, Stacy earned first team All-America honors in both field hockey and lacrosse. Along the way, she broke the school’s single season and career records for goals, assists and total points in each sport. Given these accomplishments, it is no surprise she was elected to the SLU athletic hall of fame after her time in a Saint Lawrence uniform was over. After college, Stacy began her professional career in Syracuse, N.Y., and over the course of the last 14 years has served as an actuary, a chartered financial analyst, and most recently a senior strategist at Mercer Investment Management. Beyond her work in the classroom and residential program, Stacy coaches girls 1st field hockey and girls 1st lacrosse.