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Hanover High School
Win 6-4
@ Hanover High School
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Brewster Academy
Win 4-0
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
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Northfield Mount Hermon School
Loss 1-2
@ Kimball Union Academy
Home
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Dublin School
Loss 1-2
@ Kimball Union Academy
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High Mowing
Win 4-1
@ High Mowing School
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Proctor Academy
Tie 2-2
@ Proctor Academy
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New Hampton School
Win 7-0
@ Kimball Union Academy
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St. Paul's School
Tie 3-3
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Holderness School
Loss 0-2
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Brewster Academy
Tie 1-1
@ Brewster Academy
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Phillips Exeter Academy
Loss 0-4
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Hanover High School
Tie 1-1
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Proctor Academy
Tie 1-1
@ Kimball Union Academy
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White Mountain School
@ White Mountain School
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Holderness School
Tie 0-0
@ Holderness School
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New Hampton School
Win 4-0
@ New Hampton School
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St. Paul's School
@ St. Paul's School
  • 2018 - 2019
    Head Coach: Holly Noyes

Team News and Highlights

List of 3 news stories.

  • JV Girls Ties Hanover Marauders 1-1

    The Wildcats hosted the Hanover Marauders on Friday October 18th down on Brewster Field. KUA got off to a strong start, with excellent crosses into the penalty box by Molly Beaupre and Sofia Garner. KUA dominated the first half, with several possible scoring opportunities under the offensive duo of strikers Maddy Haynes and Caroline Sheehan. Hanover scored first, but KUA answered with a tieing goal in the latter stages of the first half.
     
    During the second half, Winsome Neville single-handedly maneuvered through the entire offense and midfield before encountering the Marauders’ defense. Jenna Santos had a strong showing in net, with at least seven saves. In the second half, Santos switched roles, playing as a striker, while Indigo Kopp lept into the goalie role. Margot Frost had a key save in the second half, nimbly drawing the ball out of the scrum in front of the KUA net, and preventing Hanover from running away with a 2-1 lead.
     
    In the end, the match resulted in a draw. The KUA JV Girls team next played its following Family Weekend match on Saturday 10/20 against Proctor Academy.
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  • Cold battle between the Wildcats and the Lions

    The Wildcats welcomed the Lions from Exeter on a rainy, cold day on The Hilltop. Exeter started the game off strong tallying 2 goals in the first half of the match. The girls came together and knew they had to make a push during the second half, but the outcome was unsuccessful. Phillips Exeter added another 2 goals in the second half and earned the victory, 4-0. Sophomore goalie Jenna Santos '21 made 17 saves and kept the Wildcats in the game. The girls are looking forward to their next matchup against the Hanover Marauders on Friday, October 19th at 4:30.
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  • Wildcats tie the Bobcats after an epic shooting streak

    The Wildcats traveled up to Brewster Academy to play a tough match-up against the Bobcats. With a two-hour drive in addition to the October heat wave, the girls knew they had to work hard to stay on top of their game. During the very first minute of the game, Junior Catie Flynn received the ball from Junior defender Kate Mackey to send a beautiful cross to Junior Maddy Haynes who fired one in to put the Wildcats up 1-0. As the first half continued, there were wonderful strings of passes but the ball did not connect with the back of the net. Sophomore Jenna Santos had 3 saves as our first half goalie. Oddly enough, Brewster scored their only goal of the game in the first minute of the second half. Freshman goalie Indigo Kopp was very aggressive towards the ball and also notched 3 saves. The defense for KUA held Brewster’s very fast pace offense to 1 goal. The game went back and forth, ultimately ending 1-1. The Wildcats look forward to competing next Wednesday at 4:00pm against Philips Exeter Academy.
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  • JV Girls Ties Hanover Marauders 1-1

    The Wildcats hosted the Hanover Marauders on Friday October 18th down on Brewster Field. KUA got off to a strong start, with excellent crosses into the penalty box by Molly Beaupre and Sofia Garner. KUA dominated the first half, with several possible scoring opportunities under the offensive duo of strikers Maddy Haynes and Caroline Sheehan. Hanover scored first, but KUA answered with a tieing goal in the latter stages of the first half.
     
    During the second half, Winsome Neville single-handedly maneuvered through the entire offense and midfield before encountering the Marauders’ defense. Jenna Santos had a strong showing in net, with at least seven saves. In the second half, Santos switched roles, playing as a striker, while Indigo Kopp lept into the goalie role. Margot Frost had a key save in the second half, nimbly drawing the ball out of the scrum in front of the KUA net, and preventing Hanover from running away with a 2-1 lead.
     
    In the end, the match resulted in a draw. The KUA JV Girls team next played its following Family Weekend match on Saturday 10/20 against Proctor Academy.
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  • Cold battle between the Wildcats and the Lions

    The Wildcats welcomed the Lions from Exeter on a rainy, cold day on The Hilltop. Exeter started the game off strong tallying 2 goals in the first half of the match. The girls came together and knew they had to make a push during the second half, but the outcome was unsuccessful. Phillips Exeter added another 2 goals in the second half and earned the victory, 4-0. Sophomore goalie Jenna Santos '21 made 17 saves and kept the Wildcats in the game. The girls are looking forward to their next matchup against the Hanover Marauders on Friday, October 19th at 4:30.
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  • Wildcats tie the Bobcats after an epic shooting streak

    The Wildcats traveled up to Brewster Academy to play a tough match-up against the Bobcats. With a two-hour drive in addition to the October heat wave, the girls knew they had to work hard to stay on top of their game. During the very first minute of the game, Junior Catie Flynn received the ball from Junior defender Kate Mackey to send a beautiful cross to Junior Maddy Haynes who fired one in to put the Wildcats up 1-0. As the first half continued, there were wonderful strings of passes but the ball did not connect with the back of the net. Sophomore Jenna Santos had 3 saves as our first half goalie. Oddly enough, Brewster scored their only goal of the game in the first minute of the second half. Freshman goalie Indigo Kopp was very aggressive towards the ball and also notched 3 saves. The defense for KUA held Brewster’s very fast pace offense to 1 goal. The game went back and forth, ultimately ending 1-1. The Wildcats look forward to competing next Wednesday at 4:00pm against Philips Exeter Academy.
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  • KUA JV Girls Soccer Plays Tough 0-2 Match Against Holderness

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  • Wildcats challenge the Pelicans

    The Wildcats had another thrilling game on Wednesday afternoon against St. Paul's. KUA didn't miss an opportunity the second the game began. The defense was just as strong as ever stopping the skilled St. Paul's offense. With only a few minutes into the first half, junior Maddy Haynes recieved the ball from her teammates and rushed down the field. She quickly received a penalty kick after a fowl was made in the box. The PK was good making the score 1-0, KUA. The momentum only continued to build as the Wildcats moved on. However, the Pelicans were fired up and scored a goal only a few minutes later. Play continued back and forth. The Pelicans had many shots, but sophomore Jenna Santos was a brick wall, making diving and jumping saves. Haynes was able to secure another goal before the end of the half by popping the ball over the goalie. Again, St. Paul's returned quickly with a final goal to end the half, tying at 2-2. Neither team was ready to give up. KUA began the half hustling to the ball and pressuring the Pelicans. The constant pressure allowed the Wildcats to get the ball down the field where Haynes received another penalty kick -this time outside the penalty box. The shot made it past St. Pauls' defense and slipped past the goalies hands -making the score 3-2, KUA. The defense worked hard to hold off the Pelicans, however after many corner kicks and shots, one final goal was made tying the game at 3-3. Santos ended with 7 amazing saves. KUA looks forward to hosting Holderness at 2:30pm on Friday for Holderness Day!
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  • KUA Beats New Hampton with 7 Goals

     
     
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  • Wildcats vs. Hornets Under the Lights

    The Wildcats travelled to Proctor Academy on Friday night for what would be a thrilling game on the turf under the lights! Both teams were evenly matched throughout the game. Sophomore Jenna Santos faced many shots in the first half. Making diving saves to keep the team in the game. Junior Kate Mackey was a brick wall on defense, sending the ball halfway down the field so her teammates could run onto it and get a few shots on net. The score remainde 0-0 for most of the half, but finally the Wildcats had a corner. Freshman Shannon Moran took the corner and placed it perfectly in the net! The team went wild. Both teams were fired up. Proctor's pressure increased as they earned corner after corner. The defense worked hard to clear the ball but after many attempted corners, Proctor was able to put one in the net. The first half ended soon after with a score of 1-1. The second half began with a similar start to the game -both teams working the ball back and forth. Ten minutes had passed when Junior Maddy Haynes crossed the ball to Freshman Helena Heckmann who one-timed it into a beautiful shot into the back of the net. The Wildcats' momentum was back! The whole team was hustling down the field, playing strong defense and putting pressure on Proctor's goalie. However, the Hornets did not give up. With about ten minutes left in the game, the Hornets had the ball in front of the net with lots of threatening shots blocked by the defense and Santos. Unfortunately, in the chaos there was a handball that resulted in a penalty kick. Proctor scored tying the game at 2-2. KUA did not give up. They played to the end of the game and had a few shots but were unable to get another goal. Santos ended with four saves. The Wildcats look forward to competing against New Hampton at 2:30pm on Saturday.
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  • Mud, Sweat, and Dubs

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  • Dublin defeats the Wildcats

    The Wildcats fought hard against the Dublin School with a tough 2-1 loss on Saturday. While they were down players, the girls came out fired up with high energy. Early in the first half, on a corner kick from Junior Molly Beaupre, the Wildcats applied pressure to the Dublin defense, causing one of their defensemen to fumble the ball into the goal. As the Wildcats were up 1-0, soon after the Dublin school shot one in to tie it up. Going into the second half, the girls came back stronger. Freshman goalie Indigo Kopp had an amazing 8 saves in the second half, keeping the Wildcats on their feet with the help of KUA's defense. Though the Wildcats had some great plays, the Dublin forwards got one breakaway, sending a shot to bring them ahead 2-1. The Wildcats played strong until the end and are working even harder to take on High Mowing on Wednesday, September 26th.
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  • Wildcats hold Defensive Line

    Isabella R. Price
    Although the Wildcats ultimately lost to the Hoggers by a second goal scored in the end of the second half, KUA beat back repeated assaults through a strong team front. Kimball Union Academy hosted Northfield Mount Hermon on a warm cloudy day after the opponents had driven north for an hour from northern Massachusetts. The Hoggers immediately opened with strong footwork, pushing forward on the offensive. KU's goalie and veteran sophomore Jenna Santos maintained a strong presence throughout the first half with four saves, as did freshman Indigo Kopp on net in the second half, with five saves. Thankfully, many of the Hoggers arched shots landed above or behind Jenna's net. Thankfully, Jenna also successfully saved a ball while soaring vertically. 

    Rooting the defensive line of the Wildcats in front of the net, Shannon Moran and Kate Mackey provided strong support for forward movement. Along the sides of the field, freshman Kate Rybakova and junior Nikki Petrescu-Boboc cleared side attacks through relentless hustle. In the opening minutes of the game, junior defender Haley McNamara provided a key fake and cross kick that cleared the back field of yet another assault. Kopp also launched a strong put out of the backfield at an important juncture. 

    Transfer Lexy Gray blocked many shots with chest passes, headers, and knee stops, and she helped hustle back on defense in conjunction with Margot Frost, who provided pressure along the side.  Upperclassman Sofia Garner also blocked attacks and looked to move the ball forward to offensive territory.

    In the second half of the game with Kopp at the net, she provded a key save in holding KU"s presence and followed it with a lofty punt for the distance.  However, NMH scored a goal soon after on a breakaway steal at the midfield line. The Hogger's strong offensive attacks continued. KU worked to settle in, finding spaces with openings and soon after the sun came out behind the clouds. Co-captains Molly Beaupre and Maddy Haynes continued to pass and attack well, and benefited from Santos taking a turn on the open field as a defender, particularly when Santos lined Haynes up for a punt from half field, only to have Santos' attempted assist score a goal with a soaring toe kick.

    Sophomore Ellie Stedina also made numerous runs up field looking for offensive attacks with her fellow front fielders. Nevertheless, minutes before the end of the second half, despite Kopp's aggressive saves and Mackey's strong power and placement, the Hoggers made a run on the goal from midfield and punted the ball into the top of the net. The Wildcats will be taking on the Dublin School from southern NH this Saturday and the sun will be out once again for another Wildcat victory.
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  • Wildcats take Bobcats by 4

    Isabella R. Price
    The Wildcats held the Bobcats to 0 in sweltering heat.

    Given the sweltering heat and strong footwork of the Bobcats, the pacing of the competition started off well matched. However, defenders Kate Macket and Shannon Moran punted defensive shots by the Bobcats into safer territory. In the backfield, Nikki Petrescu-Boboc also cleared many threatening advances aside. Many of the Bobcats' shots came in the games' first few minutes, but Goalie Jenna Santos contributed strongly, with 10 saves by the end of game.

    Six minutes into the first half, Co-captain Maddy Haynes, changed the tide and set the tone for the Wildcats' lead for the remainder of the event.  Five minutes into the second half, freshman Lily Wennik added a second goal, sprinting to the net with defenders surrounding her, drawing the Bobcat goalie out, only to tap the ball into the bottom left of the net. This breakaway sneak attack shot was followed by another from Haynes after one of her many successful sprints against rival Bobcats to the net. Freshman Ellie Stedina and Juniors Catie Flynn and co-captain Molly Beaupre helped to moved the ball into open positions with well-placed positioning and confident footwork. Strong passing in the front field led to a fourth goal by veteran midfielder Sofia Garner, assisted by an artfully-placed lofty pass at the toe of striker Caroline Sheehan. The Wildcats JV Soccer team made this second victory look easy with their teamwork and hustle.
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  • Wildcats beat the Marauders

    The Wildcats traveled to Norwich to compete in their first game against the Hanover Marauders on Wednesday afternoon. After a slow start, KUA Girls' JV Soccer started to click and move the ball down the field. Junior Maddy Haynes started the scoring with three goals in the first half. One of the goals was assisted by sophomore Ellie Stadina. Sophomore Jenna Santos started as goalie in the first half and had three big saves. The Wildcats continued their momentum in the second half by scoring two goals in the first five minutes. The first goal was off of a rebound. Freshman, Caroline Sheehan charged the net and quickly got a shot off to get her first KUA goal. Freshman, Lily Wennik shortly after scored a goal making the score 5-1. Hanover came back scoring three goals in a row, one from a penalty kick, making the score 5-4. Haynes finished with one more goal before the end of the game. Freshman Indigo Kopp defended KUA's net for the second half making two huge saves. The final score was 6-4. The Wildcats look forward to hosting the Brewster Bobcats at their home opener on Saturday at 4:00pm.
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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.