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  • Basketball - Girls, 1st Team

Overall Statistics
W L T %
12 13 0 48

Schedule

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Home
League
vs.
Bradford Christian Academy
Win 49-40
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
vs.
St. Paul's School
Loss 39-44
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
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Wilbraham & Monson Academy
Win 48-39
@ Wilbraham & Monson Academy
Home
League
vs.
Proctor Academy
Loss 34-44
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
vs.
Watkinson School
Loss 37-58
@ Watkinson School
Away
League
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Phillips Exeter Academy
Loss 40-42
@ Phillips Exeter Academy
Neutral
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Bradford Christian Academy
Loss 41-62
@ Dexter School
Away
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Dexter School
Win 55-48
@ Dexter School
Away
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Millbrook
Win 57-34
@ Dexter School
Away
Rescheduled
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Proctor Academy
@ Proctor Academy
Away
Cancelled
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Proctor Academy
@ Proctor Academy
Away
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vs.
Brewster Academy
Loss 47-57
@ Brewster Academy
Home
League
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Tilton School
Win 52-44
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
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Proctor Academy
Loss 43-63
@ Proctor Academy
Home
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Holderness School
Win 55-34
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
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Phillips Andover Academy
Win 54-53
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
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Deerfield Academy
Win 50-45
@ Deerfield Academy
Away
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Vermont Academy
Loss 51-70
@ Vermont Academy
Away
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Brooks School
Loss 50-55
@ Brooks School
Away
League
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Tilton School
Loss 46-64
@ Tilton School
Home
League
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Cushing Academy
Win 72-37
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
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Brewster Academy
Win 58-46
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
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Gould Academy
Win 64-17
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
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New Hampton School
Loss 48-61
@ New Hampton School
Away
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Holderness School
Win 64-56
@ Holderness School
Away
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Governor's Academy
Loss 55-58
@ Govenor's Academy
Away
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Watkinson School
Loss 51-55
@ Watkinson School
  • 2018 - 2019
    Head Coach: Elizabeth McNamara



    Coach McNamara emphasizes team play and hard work and strives to create a family atmosphere for her players each season. While the ultimate destination is a NEPSAC Championship, players are encouraged to have fun and enjoy the journey. Graduates have gone on to play at Boston College, Trinity College, Bowdoin College, Skidmore College, St. Lawrence University, Colby College, Connecticut College, and Merrimack College to name just a few.

    Recent Highlights
    New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Class C Champions - 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2014
    NEPSAC Class C Finalists - 1999, 2002, 2005, 2012, 2013, 2015
    NEPSAC Class C Semi-Finalists - 2004, 2006, 2011
    NEPSAC Class C Quarter-Finalists - 2008, 2009, 2010

    1,000 point scorers 
    Taylor Soule '18 (leading scorer in school history)
    Christina Ryan '18
    Gabby Diaz '12 
    Greydy Diaz '10
    Cindy Roseen '07 (also 1,000 rebounds)
    Alda Farlow '94 



     

Team News and Highlights

List of 3 news stories.

  • KUA Loses in the Quaterfinals

    The KUA Girls Basketball program earned their 21st straight playoff berth with the #6 seed in the 2019 NEPSAC Basketball Tournament.  The Wildcats had to travel to Hartford, CT to play the #3 Watkinson School, whom beat KUA by a generous 21 points ealier in the season.  While we were not able to pull off the upset, the Wildcats showed just how much they have improved and how much better basketball they are playing now vs the beginning of the season.  The team fought hard for 32 minutes as the game went back and forth from start to finish. 
    While our 3 seniors played their final game wearing our beloved orange and black, they once again led our team in an  outstanding defensive effort.   
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  • KUA holds off Andover

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  • KUA Defeats Holderness

    KUA played at home against Holderness School on Wednesday. The first five minutes were back and forth on each end of the court until KUA settled down and found their rhythm. They started to extend their lead in the closing minutes of the first half, outscoring Holderness 26-17. They switched between zone and man defense to keep Holderness from finding the hoop. Maddie Hastings played strong defense and shut down a key player from Holderness. Jenna Santos stayed aggressive on the offensive end, looking to attack the defense and get to the paint. In the second half, KUA increased their lead by 20 points, but Holderness chipped back to within 10 points. However, KUA was able to reopen their lead back to 20 points and run time off the clock, using all of the shot clock on each possession. KUA looks to continue their winning ways this Saturday against Phillips Academy Andover. 
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List of 6 news stories.

  • KUA Loses in the Quaterfinals

    The KUA Girls Basketball program earned their 21st straight playoff berth with the #6 seed in the 2019 NEPSAC Basketball Tournament.  The Wildcats had to travel to Hartford, CT to play the #3 Watkinson School, whom beat KUA by a generous 21 points ealier in the season.  While we were not able to pull off the upset, the Wildcats showed just how much they have improved and how much better basketball they are playing now vs the beginning of the season.  The team fought hard for 32 minutes as the game went back and forth from start to finish. 
    While our 3 seniors played their final game wearing our beloved orange and black, they once again led our team in an  outstanding defensive effort.   
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  • KUA holds off Andover

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  • KUA Defeats Holderness

    KUA played at home against Holderness School on Wednesday. The first five minutes were back and forth on each end of the court until KUA settled down and found their rhythm. They started to extend their lead in the closing minutes of the first half, outscoring Holderness 26-17. They switched between zone and man defense to keep Holderness from finding the hoop. Maddie Hastings played strong defense and shut down a key player from Holderness. Jenna Santos stayed aggressive on the offensive end, looking to attack the defense and get to the paint. In the second half, KUA increased their lead by 20 points, but Holderness chipped back to within 10 points. However, KUA was able to reopen their lead back to 20 points and run time off the clock, using all of the shot clock on each possession. KUA looks to continue their winning ways this Saturday against Phillips Academy Andover. 
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  • KUA falls to Proctor

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  • KUA Bounces Back on the Road

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  • KUA Scraps Through the Home Opener

    The success of our girls soccer and field hockey teams this fall meant a late start to the basketball season, as many of our athletes were still competing with their fall teams. So with just 4 practices in three days under their belts, KUA opened the hoop season at home against a big and talented Bradford Christian team this afternoon. While there is a lot of room for growth and improvement, KUA has a lot of promise and a lot to be proud of. The Wildcats were led by the outstanding defensive toughness of senior Maddie Hastings, and the perfect free throw shooting of Maddy Haynes. Haynes finished the game with 20 points and went 9 for 9 from the line. The Wildcats will get one more day of practice before they play 2 more games this week, hosting St. Pauls on Friday evening.
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  • 2018 - 2019

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Founded in 1813, Kimball Union Academy is one of the oldest private boarding high schools in New Hampshire and the country. KUA blends the best of the New England boarding tradition with an innovative, modern educational program for a diverse group of day and boarding students from across the country and around the world. Located in Meriden, New Hampshire in the heart of the Upper Valley, Kimball Union is minutes from Dartmouth College and has direct access to Boston and New York.