Soccer - Girls 1st Team

Schedule

Schedule

Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Result Score Status
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
Phillips Exeter Academy
Phillips Exeter Away View Recap Loss 2-5
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
St. Mark's School
St. Mark's School Away View Recap Loss 0-2
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
Groton School
Brooks School Home View Recap Win 2-1
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
Thayer Academy
Brooks School Home View Recap Loss 0-4
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
Middlesex School
Brooks School Home View Recap Loss 1-2
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
Phillips Andover Academy
Phillips Academy Away View Recap Win 2-0
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
Rivers School
Rivers School Away View Recap Loss 0-5
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
St. George's School
Brooks School Home View Recap Win 4-0
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
Brewster Academy
Brewster Academy Away View Recap Tie 1-1
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
Lawrence Academy
Lawrence Academy Away View Recap Loss 2-3
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Home View Recap Win 3-2 CHANGED: This event has changed.
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
Noble and Greenough
Brooks School Home View Recap Loss 2-5
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
Milton Academy
Milton Academy Away Details Tie 2-2
Soccer - Girls 1st Team vs.
Tabor Academy
Tabor Academy Away Details Win 2-1

Overview

Soccer - Girls 1st Team

Brooks is very proud of its girls soccer program, offering three levels of play. Each of the three teams has its own natural grass field on which they train and play matches. All three teams compete against other independent schools. The three teams play between 10 and 17 games each fall.

The girls 1st team has established itself as one of the top teams in New England. The athletes compete in the Independent School League and won the Class A Championship in 2012. The 1st team also garnered ISL championship titles in 2013, 2007, 2005, 2002, and 2001.

Most importantly, the Brooks girls soccer program has established a culture and tradition of excellence. Pride, passion and purpose are what we stand for. We build our foundation on teamwork and working towards a common goal together. If you look at the history and tradition of Brooks girls soccer, you will see many of our Brooks alumnae who have played collegiately within some of the most prestigious athletic and academic conferences including the ACC, SEC, IVY League, NESCAC and the UAA.

We believe that our technical and tactical training program is one of the best in New England. With focus on individual development and periodization, every session is planned specifically to reach the best possible performance during the most competitive times of the year. With games on Wednesdays and Saturdays, we monitor various aspects of training for injury prevention and fatigue. We also incorporate fitness, strength and conditioning, and agility work into each week. All of our season games are filmed throughout the fall. This allows or coaching staff to edit video for individual and team tactical feedback.

Most importantly, the overall athletic experience for our female student athletes is what separates Brooks girls soccer from other schools with our longstanding traditions and success.

Coaches

  • Head Coach



    Assistant Director of Athletics and girls 1st soccer coach, Kerry O'Malley Baldwin comes to Brooks from Harvard University, where she was an assistant women's soccer coach and helped to win Ivy League titles in 2016 and 2013. Baldwin has 10 years combined experience coaching collegiately at Harvard, Brandeis University and her alma mater St. Bonaventure University. She has also coached at the club soccer level, winning the 2014 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships with NEFC/Breakers. Born in Western Mass., Baldwin was a High School All-American and the Massachusetts Player of the Year at Longmeadow High School. She is a 2007 graduate of St. Bonaventure University, where she was a two-time captain and All-Atlantic 10 selection. She and her husband Blake live on campus with their son Teddy, daughter Neely and weimaraner Buddy.


  • Assistant Coach

    Alexandria Sacco began as the assistant coach for girls 1st soccer in 2014. She came to Brooks after graduating from New England College in 2009, where she was a four-year starter for the women's soccer and softball programs. Sacco also earned Female Rookie of the Year as a freshman. She went on to represent her team as a two-year captain. Sacco continued to coach while completing her degree in Radiologic Technology. When she is not coaching, she works at Lowell General Hospital as a Radiographer and looks for her next travel adventure.