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vs.
Brooks School
@ Brooks School
Home
Cancelled
League
vs.
Middlebury College
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
Cancelled
League
vs.
Tilton School
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
vs.
St. Paul's School
Loss 4-16
@ St. Paul's School
Away
League
vs.
New Hampton School
Loss 3-13
@ New Hampton School
Home
League
vs.
Brewster Academy
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
vs.
Holderness School
Loss 14-15
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
vs.
Tilton School
Win 16-7
@ Tilton School
Home
League
vs.
Brewster Academy
Loss 6-9
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
vs.
Brewster Academy
Loss 8-18
@ Brewster Academy
Away
League
vs.
Proctor Academy
Win 16-10
@ Proctor Academy
Home
League
vs.
Proctor Academy
Win 11-10
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
League
vs.
Cushing Academy
Win 17-10
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
vs.
Deerfield Academy
Loss 4-15
@ Deerfield Academy
Home
League
vs.
Vermont Academy
Win 14-1
@ Kimball Union Academy
Away
League
vs.
Holderness School
Win 11-10
@ Holderness School
Away
League
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Lakes Region League Tournament
New Hampton School
@ New Hampton School
  • 2017 - 2018
    Head Coach: Sarah Martin

Team News and Highlights

List of 3 news stories.

  • Wildcats Pull Through With the Overtime Win

    A team win for sure. This one goes down in the books as the Wildcats finest game this season. It was back and forth for the entire 50 minutes of play - coming down to overtime and a sudden-victory goal by Mia Brown '18. Brown and Maddy Gesner '18 led the charge on offense with five goals each and Lexi Bartlett '21 rounding out the scoring.

    It was in the midfield and both in the offensive and defensive transition where KUA's team play truly shined. Anda Brown '20, Kelsie Worth '18 and Coreen Carley '18 had numerous ground ball pickups that were critical in the defenseive zone. This gritty play lit a fire for the entire team and fueled the all out hustle demonstrated by Olive Scull '19, Hailey Fahey '19 and Kyra Russman '20

    Bella Parento '20 took out Holderness' leading player by shutting her down in the second half. Taylor Coburn '19, in net, rounded out the game with an impressive sixteen saves! 

    The Wildcats are now placed third heading into the first round of playoff's, where they will face New Hampton School on Wednesday at 4:15pm. 
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  • KUA Pushes Through the Storm for a 17-10 Win Over Cushing

    The thunder storms didn't slow down the Wildcats this evening on their home turf, Pope. Coming out of the gates hard, KUA took the lead from the opening draw and maintained it throughout the entire game. After ten minutes of play, the storm came so both teams took shelter, but returned back to the field once it had passed. The brief interruption could have slowed the home team down, but they kept their foot on the gas until the final buzzer. 

    Player of the game went to Sophomore, Bella Parento '20, for stepping in cage with an impressive four clutch saves. Senior leadership came into play with Mia Brown '18, Maddy Gesner '18 and Kelsie Worth '18 all notching four goals each. Kyra Russman '20, Hailey Fahey '19, and Molly Davis '19 rounded out the scoring and the complete team offense. 

    Freshman, Lexi Bartlett '21, showcased her great field vision and threat behind the cage with two assists and poise with the ball. A great day for the Wildcats, rounding out their week of games. Next up, Deerfield Academy on Wednesday. 


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  • Back to Back Wins for KUA Against Proctor

    Another exciting one for the Wildcats today on Pope. After having just faced Proctor a few days ago, the home team was able to pull through with the win in the last few minutes, 11-10. Proctor came ready to compete and demonstrated their full strength as a team in a close battle end to end for the entire fifty minutes of play. 

    Sophomore, Kyra Russman '20, led the charge on attack notching the first goal of the game from a beautiful assist from freshman, Lexi Bartlett '21. KUA took a quick 3-0 lead in the opening of the game, but Proctor kept close on their heals always staying with two goals. 

    The second half was back and forth, but with a strong base on defense led by Senior Captain, Coreen Carley '18, the Wildcats were able to keep the ball out of our defending end. Up by one and with just under four minutes to play in the game, the Wildcats went into a stalled offense, showcasing their composure and poise under high pressure. 

    A close one for sure, clearly demonstrated by the end score, but one that required true grit and hustle. KUA will take this momentum into their Saturday home game versus Cushing at 4:00pm.
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List of 9 news stories.

  • Wildcats Pull Through With the Overtime Win

    A team win for sure. This one goes down in the books as the Wildcats finest game this season. It was back and forth for the entire 50 minutes of play - coming down to overtime and a sudden-victory goal by Mia Brown '18. Brown and Maddy Gesner '18 led the charge on offense with five goals each and Lexi Bartlett '21 rounding out the scoring.

    It was in the midfield and both in the offensive and defensive transition where KUA's team play truly shined. Anda Brown '20, Kelsie Worth '18 and Coreen Carley '18 had numerous ground ball pickups that were critical in the defenseive zone. This gritty play lit a fire for the entire team and fueled the all out hustle demonstrated by Olive Scull '19, Hailey Fahey '19 and Kyra Russman '20

    Bella Parento '20 took out Holderness' leading player by shutting her down in the second half. Taylor Coburn '19, in net, rounded out the game with an impressive sixteen saves! 

    The Wildcats are now placed third heading into the first round of playoff's, where they will face New Hampton School on Wednesday at 4:15pm. 
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  • KUA Pushes Through the Storm for a 17-10 Win Over Cushing

    The thunder storms didn't slow down the Wildcats this evening on their home turf, Pope. Coming out of the gates hard, KUA took the lead from the opening draw and maintained it throughout the entire game. After ten minutes of play, the storm came so both teams took shelter, but returned back to the field once it had passed. The brief interruption could have slowed the home team down, but they kept their foot on the gas until the final buzzer. 

    Player of the game went to Sophomore, Bella Parento '20, for stepping in cage with an impressive four clutch saves. Senior leadership came into play with Mia Brown '18, Maddy Gesner '18 and Kelsie Worth '18 all notching four goals each. Kyra Russman '20, Hailey Fahey '19, and Molly Davis '19 rounded out the scoring and the complete team offense. 

    Freshman, Lexi Bartlett '21, showcased her great field vision and threat behind the cage with two assists and poise with the ball. A great day for the Wildcats, rounding out their week of games. Next up, Deerfield Academy on Wednesday. 


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  • Back to Back Wins for KUA Against Proctor

    Another exciting one for the Wildcats today on Pope. After having just faced Proctor a few days ago, the home team was able to pull through with the win in the last few minutes, 11-10. Proctor came ready to compete and demonstrated their full strength as a team in a close battle end to end for the entire fifty minutes of play. 

    Sophomore, Kyra Russman '20, led the charge on attack notching the first goal of the game from a beautiful assist from freshman, Lexi Bartlett '21. KUA took a quick 3-0 lead in the opening of the game, but Proctor kept close on their heals always staying with two goals. 

    The second half was back and forth, but with a strong base on defense led by Senior Captain, Coreen Carley '18, the Wildcats were able to keep the ball out of our defending end. Up by one and with just under four minutes to play in the game, the Wildcats went into a stalled offense, showcasing their composure and poise under high pressure. 

    A close one for sure, clearly demonstrated by the end score, but one that required true grit and hustle. KUA will take this momentum into their Saturday home game versus Cushing at 4:00pm.
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  • Wildcats Come Out On Top at Proctor

    Today was a great day for the Wildcats. They hit their stride within the first five minutes of the game and never let down. It was an all around team win for KUA, connecting well on defense, in their transition and on attack.

    Senior Captain, Mia Brown '18, took charge both on the draw and on offense. Her athleticism and ability to find the back of the net took center stage. Brown notched an impressive six goals along with Maisie O'Shea '18 who was a sharp shooter and feeder, leading the team in assists in today's matchup and adding four goals. Kyra Russman '20, Hailey Fahey '19 and Molly Davis '19 rounded out the attack with one goal each, as well as teammate Maddy Gesner '18 tallying three scores.

    Proctor showcased their speed and grit in the rain today, but KUA's Taylor Coburn '19 in net denied numerous point blank shots, setting her team up well for the victory.  Olive Scull '19 demonstrated her confidence with the ball, coming up big with mulitple caused turnovers and getting the ball safely into the attacking zone. 

    It will be round two for the Wildcats and Hornets, as they face off again this Wednesday. 
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  • Brewster Sweeps KUA

    A tough day for the Wildcats as they fell to Brewster this afternoon. The Bobcats have a very talented team, which proved to be too much for KUA's defense. Senior captain, Mia Brown '18, was able to ignite a fire in her team starting the second half, but in the end Brewster's attack was able to control the ball which limited KUA's scoring opportunities.

    Coreen Carly '18 was a calming force and a solid foundation for her teammates to rely on, connecting well in our transition with junior attacker Haley Fahey '19.

    The Wildcats have another quick turn around as they face Proctor this coming Friday.


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  • KUA Falls to Brewster

    Today's game was a close one, up until the last few minutes. The Wildcats continued to build on their momentum from yesterday's win and showed up to Pope ready to compete. The first half was back and forth for the entire twenty-five minutes, but in the end Brewster's sharp shooting and hustle was too much for the home team. 

    Shots, ground ball controls and draw controls were even for both teams with Mia Brown '18 and Maisie O'Shea '18 leading the pack in the midfield, Maddy Gesner '18 tallying three goals, and Olive Scull '19 taking charge on defense. 

    Good news is the Wildcats will face Brewster again next week and will continue to work hard to come out on top next time. 
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  • KUA Trumps Tilton on the Road

    The Wildcats came out flying this afternoon at Tilton. It was a great first half for the visiting team, moving the ball quickly on attack and with great control throughout the midfield. KUA connected well as a team from end to end while keeping the pace of the game high. 

    It was a strong showing for the Wildcats, who took the lead right out of the gate with the first draw of the game. They maintained control of the ball throughout the game's entirety. Freshman stud, Lexi Bartlett '21 and sophomore counterpart Bella Parento '20 were the fuel to KUA's fire coming up with tremendous ground ball controls and interceptions all over the field. 

    Hailey Fahey '19, took charge on attack playing quarterback behind the cage. Mia Brown '18, was smooth inside the 8meter with quick and precise shots tallying a season high seven goals in one game. Brown's younger sister and teammate, Anda Brown '20, was the glue on defense inspiring all her teammates with her hustle and crucial caused turnovers. 

    A quick recovery for KUA as they head home to face Brewster tomorrow, Saturday April 21st. 
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  • KUA Falls to Holderness in the Final Seconds

    A tough loss for the Wildcats, as it came down to the final second, but KUA walks away with their heads held high and proud of their entire team play. It was a hard fought battle for the entire fifty minutes of play and one that neither team stopped fighting. 

    Maddie Gesner '18 and Maisie O'Shea '18 led the attack with six goals for Gesner and four for O'Shea. A tremendous game for Mia Brown '18, who had a magnetic stick on the draw with nine draw controls, two goals and two assists. Molly Davis '19 rounded out the attack with two goals, as well, and four crucial ground ball controls. 

    Taylor Coburn '19 came up huge for her teammates with a season high seventeen saves. Bella Parento '20 was the backbone of the defense, showcasing her athleticism and grit all over the field. 

    Holderness showed up to Pope Field with a talented midfield, sharp shooters and an admirable determination to keep battling even when KUA had the momentum for the entire second half. A nail bighter through and through and stinging loss for the Wildcats, but they will use this as a motivator in their remaining two games this week. 
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  • New Hampton Proves Too Much for KUA

    New Hampton's strong offense and solid goal tending showed up today on their home turf. KUA dominated draw controls, but New Hampton's defense and feistiness made it hard for the Wildcats to maintain control of the ball.

    Throughout the game, KUA had multiple scoring opportunities and some beautiful end to end passing and team play, but the NHS goalie held her own between the pipes. Mia Brown '18 did a tremendous job on the draw with her fellow middies Maddie Gesner '18 and Maisie O'Shea '18 backing her up with smooth and very skillful grabs around the circle.

    Taylor Coburn '19 rounded out our end to end play with huge saves in the second half and Molly Flanagan '19 and Hailey Fahey '19 demonstrated all out hustle and grit when faced with today's tough opponent. With Brewster on the horizon, the Wildcats are moving forward and excited to take the many learning opportunities from today's game with them for the remainder of the season.
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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.