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9 7 1 55.9

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Proctor Academy
@ Proctor Academy
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St. Paul's School
@ St. Paul's School
Neutral
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Kents Hill School
Win 8-0
@ Tilton School
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Proctor Academy
Win 6-0
@ Proctor Academy
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Tilton School
Win 5-0
@ Tilton School
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Northfield Mount Hermon School
Win 9-0
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Dexter School
Win 3-0
@ Dexter School
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Proctor Academy
Win 6-1
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Holderness School
Loss 1-4
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Deerfield Academy
Loss 0-3
@ Kimball Union Academy
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New Hampton School
Loss 1-3
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Brewster Academy
Win 4-0
@ Brewster Academy
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New Hampton School
Tie 1-1
@ New Hampton School
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Tilton School
Win 2-0
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Phillips Exeter Academy
Loss 1-2
@ Kimball Union Academy
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Hebron Academy
Win 2-0
@ Hebron Academy
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Holderness School
Loss 2-4
@ Holderness School
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St. Paul's School
Loss 1-2
@ St. Paul's School
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Pingree School
Loss 0-1
@ Pingree School
  • 2018 - 2019
    Head Coach: Siobhan Whittemore

    The Kimball Union Academy Field Hockey team is made up of a strong group of well-rounded female athletes who work hard both on the field and in the classroom. KUA competes in the Lakes Region League, a league comprised of New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine schools within the New England Prep School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC). With a strong tradition of winning, the team captured the New England Prep School Class C Title in 2007, 2008 and 2009.

    The 2018 team is made of players from all over the world including places as close as Meriden, NH and as far as Florida and Germany.

    Many Kimball Union Wildcats have gone on to play at the collegiate level. Recent graduates are currently playing at University of Vermont, Merrimack College, Skidmore College, Utica College, and University of Maine Farmington.

Team News and Highlights

List of 3 news stories.

  • KUA loses to Exeter

    Kimball Unions field hockey team hosted their final home game of the regular season against Philips Exeter Academy today. The Wildcats started off strong and two minutes into the game scored the first goal of the game. Wildcats earned their first corner,  Maddie Hastings inserted the ball to Carissa Tambroni who fired a shot past the Exeter goal keeper. Twelve minutes later Exeter earned a stroke shot and tied up the game 1-1. The game went back and fourth for a while until Exeter scored from a shot at the top of the circle, making it 2-1 going into the half. In the second half both teams had great opportunities but neither could find the back of net, ending the game with Exeter up by 1.
     
    Kimball Union is now 8-4-1 on the season and will travel up to Hebron Academy on Wednesday October 31st.
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  • Wildcats Beat Bobcats!

    The Wildcats travelled to Wolfeboro, NH to take on the Bobcats. After a very windy and rainy start the Wildcats came off strong. The midfield dominated the game with hard passes and cuts to get past the Bobcats. Five minutes into the half Carissa Tambroni had a hard shot on net that Amalie Ball deflected behind the goalie. Five minutes later Kirsten Watson had a drive off of a corner that blasted behind the goalie. KUA continued to pressure Brewsters defense and worked hard inside our offensive circle, which earned us another corner. The corner was inserted by Maddie Hastings to Kirsten Watson who passed to Carissa Tambroni, who then sent a cross to Lexi Bartlett. Lexi took a shot on net and Hastings positioned herself on the post to deflect the shot into the net, making it 3-0 at the half. In the second half Brewster put some pressure on KUAs defense but Hailey Fahey played a great game keeping the ball out and Seana Perkins had some big saves to deny Brewster any goals. Carissa Tambroni scored the final goal off of a stroke shot, making the final score 4-0.
     
    KUA improves to 7-3 on the season and will travel to New Hampton School on Friday October 19.
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  • KUA loses to the Huskies

    The Wildcats put up a good fight but coud not get back two early goals scored by the Huskies in the first half. In the second half KUA put a lot of pressure on New Hamptons defense but could not finish. New Hampton scored again within the first minute of the second half. KUA finally was able to net a goal on a Corner with a hard shot from Carissa and Molly Flangan was able to redirect it past New Hamptons goalie. KUA fought to the end but were unable to get another goal, losing to the Huskies 3-1.

    KUA is now 6-3 on the season and will travel to Brewster Academy on Wednesday October 17.
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List of 9 news stories.

  • KUA loses to Exeter

    Kimball Unions field hockey team hosted their final home game of the regular season against Philips Exeter Academy today. The Wildcats started off strong and two minutes into the game scored the first goal of the game. Wildcats earned their first corner,  Maddie Hastings inserted the ball to Carissa Tambroni who fired a shot past the Exeter goal keeper. Twelve minutes later Exeter earned a stroke shot and tied up the game 1-1. The game went back and fourth for a while until Exeter scored from a shot at the top of the circle, making it 2-1 going into the half. In the second half both teams had great opportunities but neither could find the back of net, ending the game with Exeter up by 1.
     
    Kimball Union is now 8-4-1 on the season and will travel up to Hebron Academy on Wednesday October 31st.
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  • Wildcats Beat Bobcats!

    The Wildcats travelled to Wolfeboro, NH to take on the Bobcats. After a very windy and rainy start the Wildcats came off strong. The midfield dominated the game with hard passes and cuts to get past the Bobcats. Five minutes into the half Carissa Tambroni had a hard shot on net that Amalie Ball deflected behind the goalie. Five minutes later Kirsten Watson had a drive off of a corner that blasted behind the goalie. KUA continued to pressure Brewsters defense and worked hard inside our offensive circle, which earned us another corner. The corner was inserted by Maddie Hastings to Kirsten Watson who passed to Carissa Tambroni, who then sent a cross to Lexi Bartlett. Lexi took a shot on net and Hastings positioned herself on the post to deflect the shot into the net, making it 3-0 at the half. In the second half Brewster put some pressure on KUAs defense but Hailey Fahey played a great game keeping the ball out and Seana Perkins had some big saves to deny Brewster any goals. Carissa Tambroni scored the final goal off of a stroke shot, making the final score 4-0.
     
    KUA improves to 7-3 on the season and will travel to New Hampton School on Friday October 19.
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  • KUA loses to the Huskies

    The Wildcats put up a good fight but coud not get back two early goals scored by the Huskies in the first half. In the second half KUA put a lot of pressure on New Hamptons defense but could not finish. New Hampton scored again within the first minute of the second half. KUA finally was able to net a goal on a Corner with a hard shot from Carissa and Molly Flangan was able to redirect it past New Hamptons goalie. KUA fought to the end but were unable to get another goal, losing to the Huskies 3-1.

    KUA is now 6-3 on the season and will travel to Brewster Academy on Wednesday October 17.
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  • KUA Fights hard against a talented Deerfield

    KUA faced Deerfield for the first time in the season but it wasn’t long before Deerfield netted their first and second tally of the game. However, the wildcats fought back, connecting passes and worked as a defensive team unit to hold the green off only allowing one more goal in the second half. It was a true team effort but senior goalie Seana Perkins had arguably one of the best performances of her career with over 25 saves in goal.
     
    KUA is now 6-2 and will face Lakes Region opponent New Hampton this Friday October 12that 6pm.
     
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  • KUA defeats Proctor Academy

    The Wildcats took on Proctor Academy for our second home game of the season. The team worked hard to connect passes and create many scoring opportunities. Amalie Ball scored the first goal of the game, assisted by Hannah Hertzberg. Wildcats continued to pressure proctors defense and score 4 more goals before halftime, 2 goals coming from Strokes. Lexi Bartlett and Carissa Tambroni both stepped up and netted both awarded strokes. Molly Flanagan scored an unassisted goal and Elena Landmann got her stick on a cross ball from Amalie Ball to make the halftime score 5-0. In the second half Proctor started to pressure KUAs defense and was able to score a goal off of an earned corner. On one of KUAs final corners of the game, Carissa Tambroni scored with a strong shot at the top of the circle, Kirsten Waston assisted.
     
    Kimball Union is now 6-0 on the season and will take on Holderness Friday October 5 at 2:00pm. 
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  • Wildcats win another one on the road!

    After a tough start to KUAs travel, the Wildcats finally made it to Dexter-Southfield and with a quick warm up the girls were ready to play. Dexter-Southfield came out strong and made it a tough game for the Wildcats. It was a close match and both teams were pressuring but neither could finish. After earning a few corners KUA was able to finish with a hard shot coming from Kirsten Watson. Watsons goal was the only one for the half making it 1-0. In the second half the Wildcats finally got their flow of the game going and everyone contributed on a corner that resulted in a goal. It was a hard shot at the goalie who made a nice save and cleared the ball out but Lexi Bartlett kept the ball in the circle, Hastings was finally able to get a hold of it and send it into the net. Dexter-Southfield did not let up and had some great offensive opportunities but goalkeeper Seana Perkins made some big saves and earned the shut out. Molly Flanagan scored the last goal of the game making the final score 3-0. The Wildcats are now 5-0 on the season and will host Proctor Academy on Wednesday October 3rd at 1:30pm.
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  • Wildcats defeat Hoggers

    The Wildcats played another great game against Northfield Mount Hermon on Wednesday. KUA came out strong scoring 6 goals in the first half. Amalie Ball contributed 3 of those and Maddie Hastings contributed 2 goals. Carissa Tambroni scored off of a stroke placeing the ball in the top left corner of the net. In the second half all players were able to contribute to moving the ball around the field and defending against the Hoggers. Carissa and Kirsten Watson both scored an unassisted goal with a strong, hard shot from the top of the circle. Amalie Ball was able to score one more goal for the Wildcats making the final score 9-0. Seana Perkins and Taylor Coburn both played a great game in the net. 

    Next KUA will travel to Dexter-Southfield on Saturday September 29 for a 3:30pm game.
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  • Wildcats Defeat Hornets

    The Wildcats came out strong against the Hornets, Wildcats were able to dominate a majority of the play throughout the first half. Our midfields worked together and were able to keep the ball out of our defensive end. Lexi Bartlett, Maddie Hastings and Kirsten Watson were all a force on the field in keeping control of the ball and sending it up field to the forwards. Amalie Ball had the first goal of the game 15 minutes into the half with a scramble in front of the net. A few minutes later Molly Flanagan was able to tip the ball past the goalie from a nice cross ball from Elena Landmann, which put KUA up 2-0 at the half. Carissa Tambroni were able to maintain possession by moving the ball through the midfield and inserting it into the circle. 5 minutes into the second half KUA earned themselves a corner, Bartlett took the initial shot at the goalie that Flanagan redirected for Hastings to deflect into the net, it was a great team effort! KUAs defense worked hard and was able to continue to keep the ball out of our defensive circle. Hastings eventually was able to send a cross into the circle to Molly Flanagan. Flanagan then was able to dodge around the goalie to send the ball into the net, making the game 4-0. Carissa Tambroni scored her first KUA goal by carrying the ball into the circle, passing the ball to Flanagan who then sent it back to Tambroni, who one timed the ball past proctors’ goalie. KUAs final goal of the game came off of another corner inserted by Hastings to Tambroni who took a direct shot at the goalie in which Hastings rushed in to rebound the ball past the goalie. Proctor didn’t give up and put a lot of pressure on the KUA defense in the last 10 mins of the game however Taylor Coburn played well in her first field hockey game and was able to keep the shut out.
     
    KUA will next face the Tilton Rams on Friday September 21 at 6:00pm at Tilton School. 
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  • KUA wins first game!

    The Kimball Union field hockey team travelled to Tilton School to play a netutral site game against Kents Hill. Kents Hill put up a good fight in the first half and was able to hold off the KUA offense, keeping it 0-0 at the half. KUA found their rhythm in the second half and came out strong, working together making great connections. Kirsten Watson (Scotland) scored the first goal for the wildcats and then went on to score 2 more goals and add an assist. Molly Flanagan (Lutz, FL) also played a great game, scoring 3 goals making it a 6-0 game. Amalie Ball (New Hope, PA) added 1 goal and 2 assist. Elene Landmann (Germany) scored the final goal for the wildcats making it 8-0. KUA defense played an amazing game keeping the ball out of the net and playing hard defending Kents Hill corners. Next KUA will travel to Proctor Academy on Wednesday September 19 for a 2:30pm game.  
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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.