Our program prides itself on the success of the team above individual accomplishments and is comprised of athletes who push themselves and their teammates to get better on a daily.
We want to get better every time that we step onto the court and we hope that each individual player is able to reach their potential, whether that is playing Division I college basketball or transitioning from another sport to learn the basics of basketball.
We value the importance of team and expect our players to bring their best effort and attitude to campus every single day in all aspects of campus life, including on the court, in the classroom, in community service, and in the dorms.
We compete to win, but regardless of our record, we want our players to strive to live lives of meaning and consequence.
Coach Stewart took over the helm as head coach for the 2018-2019 season, and he is excited to move the program forward. Before Millbrook, Coach Stewart was a four-year starter and one-year captain of the basketball team at Colby College. During his time at Colby, the team made the New England Small College Athletic Conference every year, and his senior year he led the country in 3-point shooting percentage (52.3%). As a high school player at Bangor High School in Maine, he was a part of the Class A State Championship Basketball team under legendary coach Roger Read. In addition to coaching basketball, Coach Stewart is the director of the Human Development program, a math teacher, and a tennis coach.
Before Millbrook, Coach Bernard was a forward on Franklin & Marshall College's women's basketball team, which she captained her senior year. As a varsity basketball player and a graduate of The Hill School, she is excited to get back to the boarding school environment and to join the girl's program this season. Missing being on the court, Coach Bernard is eager to bring her expertise and to lace up her sneakers with the girls. Off the court, Coach Bernard is an associate director of admission and a dorm parent in Clark Hall.
Coach Goodale '01 developed her love of basketball when she started playing in third grade. An alumna of Millbrook, she played for the Mustangs for all four years as a varsity point guard and was her team's captain her Vth and VIth form years. Coach Goodale was named team MVP her IVth and VIth form years. She remains in the top scorer's bracket in the school's history and has had the pleasure to coach the current leading scorer. In college she participated in basketball at the intramural level. Off the court, Coach Goodale is the Science Department chair.