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  • Field Hockey - Varsity

    2017 - 2018
    Head Coach: Kate Higgins

    Millbrook is a member of the Western New England Prep School Field Hockey Association (WNEPSFHA), a division of the New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC), and competes in 16 regular-season games. Our schedule includes challenges from within the WNEPSFHA, as well as crossover with Class A and B opponents including Kent, Loomis, Miss Porters, Williston, Berkshire, Gunnery, and more. The Millbrook field hockey team is made up of dedicated and competitive student-athletes who work hard both on the field and in the classroom. With a focus on individual skill development and overall team goals, practices typically consist of small games and drills that ask for players to get creative, pushing themselves and their teammates outside of their comfort zones.
     
    Alumni of Millbrook field hockey have gone on to play for strong college programs, including Boston University, St. Lawrence University, Elmira, St. Michael's, Franklin & Marshall, and Utica.
    Looking toward the upcoming season, the program’s coaches and athletes are focused and dedicated to building on that tradition of success.
     
    Athletes who are interested in learning more about Millbrook's field hockey program are encouraged to contact Head Coach Kate Higgins at khiggins@millbrook.org or (845)677-8261 ext. 145.

Coaches

Statistics

Overall Statistics
W L T %
6 9 0 40

Roster

Team Schedule

Away
vs.
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Away
vs.
Greens Farms Academy
Win 6-2
Away
vs.
Hotchkiss School
Win 1-0
Home
vs.
Berkshire School
Loss 3-5
Home
vs.
Williston Northampton
Loss 1-4
Away
vs.
Canterbury School
Loss 0-5
Home
vs.
Kingswood-Oxford School
Loss 3-4
Away
vs.
Kent School
Loss 0-7
Home
vs.
Westover School
Win 3-0
Away
vs.
Ethel Walker School
Loss 0-7
Home
vs.
Rye Country Day School
Loss 3-4
Home
vs.
Convent of the Sacred Heart
Loss 0-7
Away
vs.
St. Luke's School
Win 3-1
Away
vs.
Suffield Academy
Loss 1-3
Home
vs.
Gunnery School
Win 1-0
Home
vs.
Miss Porter’s School
Win 2-1